Adam and Jamie talk trash and crash when they test whether a Styrofoam cup full of soda can be a lethal projectile when thrown from a car at high speeds. Does the cup penetrate the windshield of an oncoming car and seriously injure the driver? Jamie and Adam build a number of soda shooting cannons to see how deadly this myth really is, including a never-before-seen shoulder mounted cannon courtesy of Jamie. On a higher note, Grant, Tory and Jessi Combs (in her final episode with the team) test the classic silver screen cliché of the death defying hang. Are any of ...
Is it safer underwater when a boat on the surface explodes. Adam and Jamie intend to find out and it will take some major explosions to settle the question. Tory, Grant and Kari get to play with some high power guns to see if phone books work as a poor man's car armor.
The Mythbusters respond to fan objections to their techniques in past episodes. Tory, Grant and Kari try again to knock some one out of his socks. Adam and Jamie test Jamie's assertion that a head on collision has the force of a collision with a wall at twice the speed.
Myth Busters reprises their duct tape episode. While the Daring Duo builds a duct tape bridge and risks a fifty foot fall, the Tenacious Trio crashes car after car to find out if duct tape can stop a speeding vehicle.
Adam and Jamie try to recreate a You Tube video of a man sliding down a water slide, flying a hundred feet through the air and landing in a kiddie pool. The Trucker Trio checks out whether it is more efficient to forgo left turns even if right turns mean extra distance.
The three rocketeers are back this time trying to launch a man into the air with an impressive battery of off the shelf sky rockets. Meanwhile, Adam and Jamie find out if pepper spray and a taser work in combination to act as a flame thrower.