The team tackles two tabletop gaming myths. Is it possible to pull off the impossible Jenga move and can the domino effect lead to a car-crushing catastrophe?
The team tests the gravity-defying properties of a child's toy before trying the concept on a car. And, they explore amazing claims about the longevity of a pencil.
The team investigates two film-inspired myths. Can a fire extinguisher be used as a jetpack in a vacuum? And, in space, is it true no one can hear you scream?
Adam Savage and the team put an explosive myth to the test to find out if a single spark and air freshener can create a catastrophic car calamity.
Adam and the team tackle some insect-themed tall tales. They test whether a scaled-up bug trap can trap a human, and also see if spider silk is stronger than steel.
The team investigates if a paper shredder plus canned air is a recipe for disaster. Plus, they tackle an age-old kitchen condiment conundrum.
The team investigate whether duct tape can be used to build a survivable parachute. And, they hit the road to see if duct tape tyres can replace regular ones.
The team test the combustible power of Adam Savage's gassy emissions to see if his flatulence has enough fuel to launch a rocket!
Adam Savage and the team test if old batteries can set off a dangerous chain reaction, and get to the bottom of an age-old idiom with one of the world's...
Guest Vince Gilligan challenges the team to determine if a computer hard drive can be destroyed using magnets. And, can furniture be used to block a door?