Adam Savage and a team of 6 kids put duct tape to the test and find out if the magnificent material can be used as a viable parachute and as a fix for a flat tire.
Adam Savage and team put an explosive myth to the test to find out if a single spark and air freshener can create a catastrophic car calamity. Meanwhile, they investigate an age-old dog urban legend to discover how much water a wet dog can shake.
Adam Savage and the team test if old batteries can set off a dangerous chain reaction and also check on an age-old idiom with a diabolically difficult trick archery shot.
Adam Savage and the team put a Slinky to the test and try to use it to hoist a car. They also investigate if an ordinary pencil can really draw a line that's 35 miles long.
The team tackles 2 tabletop gaming myths: trying an impossible Jenga move and checking if the domino effect can lead to a car-crushing catastrophe.
The team investigates if a paper shredder plus canned air is a recipe for disaster and they tackle an age-old kitchen condiment conundrum.
Adam and the team tackle 2 explosively gassy myths: if Adam’s gassy emissions have enough fuel to launch a rocket and if a patient’s untimely flatulence can make an operating room go up in flames.
Adam and the team test if a roach motel’s glue can trap a human and if spider silk is really as strong as steel and kevlar.
Adam and the team tackle two Hollywood space myths: if it’s possible to use a fire extinguisher to propel a person in space and if no one in space can hear you scream.