Adam and Jamie question whether realistic facial masks could be used to thwart security, as seen in Mission Impossible. The duo get replicas of their own faces created and test it out on friends, fans and even Jamie's dog.
Adam and Jamie tackle a movie myth about magazines and toasters. and Kari, Grant, and Tory take to the skies to investigate the mystery of the destructive 'Blue Ice'.
Can you really walk on Water? Bomb proof Materials Myths.
Can you float on Carbonated Water? Can an Arrow with explosives split a tree in two?
Did the world's first torpedo really hit a ship from 800 ft away? And a Gun Myth Involving a Wine Truck.
Adam and Jamie put Hollywood sound effects up against real world sounds. Can you propel your sailboat with a fan if there was no wind?
Adam and Jamie hit up another Spy Car Myth and Kari, Tory and Grant check out another Snow related myth.
Can you dodge a bullet shot at you? Is hitting water from a height worse than hitting pavement?
Adam and Jamie try to to fix a flat tire the MacGyver way with various materials. Did a fish escape capture on a rod so quickly, that it set the fishing rod on fire?
The MythBusters Look back at their favorite Plane, Train and Automobile Myths.
Adam and Jamie decide to take on the roles of tomb raiders as they anxiously test out ancient mirrors and their ability to light up a tomb. Meanwhile, The trio tests whether or not they can stop a high-speed runaway car by using another car to pull in front of the runaway and stop it.
More Underwater Shockwave Survival Myths and Paper vs Steel Armor
Adam and Jamie test the myth that a motorcycle is a greener and cleaner machine than a car, while Kari, Tory, and Grant unleash the first RPG in MythBusters history to see if a bullet could take out a bazooka.
A super-sized Newton's cradle featured in a viral video is scrutinized; a scenario from Hollywood in which a bird helps send a car off a cliff is tested.
A walking-while-blindfolded experiment is conducted; binary explosives are placed in a fender-bender scenario to see if they would explode.
Can you repair a plane with only duct tape and still fly it? Can an excavator be used to row a boat? Tow a water skier? Push itself onto a truck?
Jamie and Adam tackle a military myth that it's safe to use the explosive C4 as a cooking fuel as long as you don't drop anything on it, while Kari, Grant, and Tory put a Chinese martial arts myth to the test.
Find out whether a sewer drain full of combustible gas, when ignited, will turn an innocent manhole cover into a missile, and whether truck bedliners are truly bite, crash, and bomb proof.
From Alameda to Africa, from the desert to the deep blue sea, the MythBusters declassify their top destinations and reveal all kinds of inside scoop, from quarry-bans to unplanned myth busts.
When it comes to H2O, the MythBusters are never shy of putting their bodies on the line, riding the world\'s biggest waterslide, deep-sea diving in a suit of armor and swimming in syrup. Go behind the scenes of the 12 wettest myths of all time.
By spinning the Wheel of Mythfortune, the MythBusters find themselves taking on five random viewer-suggested myths with titles like the Monty Hall Paradox, Lumber Car, Firearm Fashion, Hit the Deck and Flaming Tire. Keep those ideas coming!
Adam and Jamie tackle a blockbuster bathroom bomb, while Kari, Tory, and Grant find out if a flying V works for planes as well as it does for birds.