The high-speed cameras reveal the amazing detail of a martial arts master breaking stone slabs and capture the launch of a rocket made from fizzy soda and candy. Then the team heads to the park to film a dog's acrobatic leap to catch a Frisbee.
Jeff and Matt explore how a blender can blend things like baseballs, light bulbs and even butane lighters. Then they film a professional juggler who uses buzzing chainsaws and finally, they reveal the secret of a well-known bar trick, breaking the bottom of a beer bottle.
Firefighters join Jeff and Matt to explore why mixing water with a grease fire results in disaster. Then the team demonstrates the transformation of dry ice from a solid to a gas and the fragility of soap bubbles. Finally, the guys try their hands at the tablecloth-pull trick on camera.
The team's cameras show exactly what happens when a fire-breather blows out 3000-degree flames, and then Jeff and Matt get an up-close look at the art and science of skateboarding. Finally, the team spends time with a world-class stone skipper to reveal the speed, angle and spin required.
Experts join Jeff and Matt to explore the effects of a Taser 400-volt hit on the human body, and then they capture the motion of a pole vault. Finally, the cameras reveal how a jackhammer devours concrete, hammering over 25 times per second.
The team's cameras capture a human crash-test dummy who intentionally crashes cars at a police training facility. Then Jeff and Matt invite two archers into the lab to film their speeding arrows as they hit various objects, such as a soda can.
The team reveals the secrets of a samurai sword's deadly blows, then Jeff and Matt get a close look at the moves of a professional pool player. Finally, hummingbirds are filmed from a whole new angle with x-ray photography to display the inner workings.
The cameras capture one of America's top freerunners, an urban athlete who scales walls and drops 25 feet onto concrete. Then Jeff and Matt explore a non-Newtonian fluid mix of cornstarch and water and take a slow-motion look at falling water droplets.
The team explores the properties of liquid nitrogen and then heads to the shooting range to test various types of bullet-resistant materials. Finally, the fire department joins Jeff and Matt as the high-speed cameras reveal how fireworks are launched.
The team captures the sonic boom of a bullwhip and also tests several types of wet dogs as they shake. Then Jeff and Matt invite players from the Boston Bruins to the lab to explore the difference between wooden and composite hockey sticks.
The team's cameras capture the dangerous effect of windows blown out by a storm, then Jeff and Matt take on paintball with painful results. Finally, professionals swing by the lab to demonstrate some amazing yo-yo tricks for the high-speed camera.
The team examines the destructive force of power tools in both a table saw and nail gun. Then Jeff and Matt find out what's really happening when break dancers seem to defy gravity with their moves, and the high-speed cameras discover why bullets fired underwater go off course.
The cameras follow two trial bike riders and capture the partnership between man and machine, and then Jeff and Matt head to the rink and explore figure skating moves. Finally, playing cards thrown at 90 mph can chop fruit and become lethal weapons.
The team examines skeet shooting with an U.S. Olympian and then Jeff and Matt head back to school to capture the acrobatics of a cheerleading team. Finally, the high-speed cameras show the remarkable results when a baseball meets a bat.
The cameras capture a sharpshooter as he pops playing cards, pills and soda cans. Then Jeff and Matt try a schlieren camera which photographs changes in air pattern, and finally, the team meets with the inventor of the three-blade boomerang.
The crew captures a barefoot water-skier as he glides across the water at 45 mph and then examines some razor-sharp cutting with a samurai sword. Then Jeff and Matt see what happens as they slow down a drummer who holds the world speed record at an incredible 1247 drumbeats per minute.
The team uncovers what really happens in a movie fight scene, then Jeff and Matt head to the lanes and study in slow motion the key to bowling a strike. Finally, high-speed cameras reveal how a cicada and a rattlesnake make sound.
The team explores how pain travels while people endure being waxed, tattooed and pierced. Then a wushu marital arts master demonstrates a defense for the cameras, before Jeff and Matt capture tap dancers in high-speed. Finally, the team puts a firecracker in a wineglass.
The team meets with a circus ringmaster to explore his willingness to test animal traps on himself, starting with a mousetrap and increasing to a bear trap. Then Jeff and Matt head to a movie studio to find out in high-speed how special effects and stunts are created.
The cameras capture backyard tools to find out what happens when you run over a ham with a lawn mower and put everything but wood in a wood chipper. Then the team joins the circus as they reveal Cirque du Soleil's acrobatics with high-speed cameras.