Brian and Jon kick off with an airbag myth - how safe is it to have your legs on the dashboard? Plus, is delayed causality really a thing?
Brian and Jon investigate whether a burglar stuck in a chimney could be shot skywards by a propane explosion. Plus, an old team member returns.
Jon and Brian are tackling two ballistic mysteries. Is a dead body bullet proof? Plus, is a non-Newtonian fluid bomb proof?
Jon and Brian wreak havoc with a 700-lb water-heater torpedo. And, can an exploding sleeping bag full of flatulence bust another myth?
Brian and Jon test if a flaming arrow fired into a car's gas tank causes it to erupt in flames. Plus, they test a seemingly dangerous tribal initiation.
Jon and Brian put three extreme makeshift booby-traps to the test. They attempt to hide shotgun shells under floorboards but will the trick be effective?
Jon and Brian reconstruct a typical Hollywood movie stunt. Plus, they test three mythical cures to see if it's possible to chop an onion, without tearing up.
Jon and Brian test a myth about deadly carp and water skiers. Plus, does listening to aggressive music whilst driving, also make for an angry driver?
The MythBusters take on two tall tales from the Wild West - a fable of gunfight tactics and a dynamite firing crossbow pistol.
Brian Louden and Jon Lung go to extreme lengths to see if a full-grown human really could be sent sprawling by a single piece of plumage.
The MythBusters investigate a tale of hydraulic hyperbole - can the jets of a fountain lift and suspend a man floating in an inflatable ring?
The MythBusters tackle an explosive criminal caper. Is it really possible to blow up a small steel safe with a timed explosive and not destroy the bank bills?
The MythBusters investigate is it's possible to safely escape from a burning car across a deadly high-voltage electricity "web" caused by downed power lines.
The MythBusters investigate if it's possible to unblock a toilet with molten salt. The results are explosive, but has this salt really got game to fix your throne?