MythBusters (2003– )
Mentioned in dialogue.
Ken MacDonald mentions the show by name.
Mentioned in dialogue
Criss asks Liz if she wants to watch the show
Liz says that she wrote a sexy fanfiction based on the show
Mentioned in dialogue
Bill - "An then his car gets damaged by a cannon ball from the Mythbusters set".
"This one's for Mythbusters"
Jay says that Donald Trump's hair will appear on an "Is It Real?" segment of the show
Title mentioned while introducing Kari Byron
Referenced by Seth on Weekend Update
Artie says he "saw it on MythBusters."
Referenced by Tosh
Stan locked his keys in his car because he got too excited about a MythBusters marathon.
"He prevents the baddies from following him by blowing up the other boats with a single shot, even though 'MythBusters' proved you couldn't do that."
Conan O'Brien mentions this show in a joke at the beginning of the show
Mentioned by Wil Anderson in the Ad Crunch segment.
While being questioned by Catherine, Boozell (Elliott Gould)asks, "What am I? One of those Mythbusters guys?"
Handbag advertising the show.
Stokes says "Mythbusters-style" near the end of the episode.
Mentioned by Rich
Larry references an episode of Mythbusters talking about planes disappearances.
During a test, Adam and Jamie appear in the background, observing the experiment and taking notes.
Co-Hosts Adam Savage and Jamie Hyneman are guests on the show, and perform actual mytbusting out on 53rd Street, sending Paul Newman up in the sky in a baloon powered chair.
Introduction to Jamie Hyneman and Adam Savage as presenters.
A fragment is shown.
Adam Savage and Jamie Hyneman present clips from the series
Various clips shown
Critic and Snob do a quick take on this show
Ancient Greek Mythbusters skit is a spoof of this show.
Bart and Milhouse become MythCrackers and explore myths like the MythBusters
Program opens with a spoof of Mythbusters
"Masturbation MythBusters" is a spoof of this show.
Direct parody of "Mythbusters".
Title reference and spoof of the popular Discovery Channel show. Alton takes on popular food-related myths and disproves them through culinary science experiements.