2 Hour Season Premiere!
Flipping a Bus (Based on the Movie "Speed")
Fan Revisit!: The Car Pancaked Between 2 Trucks!
Hollywood Crash Tests into a Fruit Cart!
And Can a Car survive a 4,000 Foot Drop?
The Team heads back to Alaska for more Alaskan Themed Myths!
Don't even think about Double Dipping that Chip!
A Real Bannana Peel Slip n Slide?
Make your own Diamonds out of Food? and other food based myths.
Can you create a 7 foot tall LEGO "Ball" and roll it down a hill? And Other YouTube Made Myths!
Can you swim faster in Syrup than in Water?
MacGuyver's Magic Bullets
Can you shoot two targets with one shot by splitting a bullet on an axe blade?
Can your car bumper EXPLODE? Did Hungarian archers get twice the penetration shooting a bow from a galloping horse?
Could a skydiver whose parachute failed to open hit a playground see-saw and send a small girl flying seven stories high? And would she survive?
Does Driving your convertible faster in the rain keep you dry? Can you cook popcorn by Lazers and Explosions?
Adam and Jamie see if it's possible to cling to the roof of a speeding and swerving car like it's done in action movies. Kari, Tory and Grant t they try to break out of jail by cutting their way through steel cell bars -- using only dental floss. Did an 18th century prisoner once put his ball and chain -- shackled to his ankle -- in the prison cannon and fire himself over the prison wall to freedom. Is it possible?
Adam and Jamie get the Blue Angels to find out if a sonic shock wave can shatter glass. Tory, Grant and Kari take on this season's most requested myth: Can you really bend bullets around obstacles with a side arm flick, as it was done in the movie 'Wanted?'
Jamie and Adam test out a myth concerning a drive in the rain and a convertible. Meanwhile, the crew work on popcorn myths.
If one bullet is fired and the other is dropped simultaneously from the same height, which will hit the ground first? Or will they hit at the same time, owing to gravity? Meanwhile, Kari, Grant and Tory test an old saying: can you really knock someone out of their socks? In true MYTHBUSTERS fashion, their tests involve Buster, a boxing ring, a nitrogen cannon, a battering ram and, of course, explosives.
The MythBusters are tackling a trio of duct tape myths
What will get better mileage? A Dirty Car or a Clean Car? And More Hangover Myths.
The team dives into hell's kitchen to test two frightening potential kitchen catastrophes - and take a quirky look at myth that just might be on the nose: can cheese be used as canon fodder?
On this cold and blustery episode, Adam and Jamie bet the house on a highly contentious hurricane survival tale in "Hurricane Windows" - open or closed? Meanwhile, Kari, Grant, and Tory tackle two frigid fables involving liquid nitrogen.
Does an out of control car really crash and burn every time? Kari, Tory, and Grant test a story about the world's first rocketeer.
Classic Myths are put to the Retest.
Two dangerous tales from the wrong side of the tracks. Is a crime more discrete when it's done in the dark? That's what Grant, Jessi and Tory aim to find out in Driving in the Dark.
More Wild West Myths and another "Speed" Movie Myth
Dirt Myths and Movie Myths. 2009 Season Finale.
Six fan-requested myths are put to the test. Can Adam and Jamie send a coconut with an engraved address through the mail and is it possible to light a match with a bullet? 4 Other Myths will also be tested.