Kari, Tory and Grant Return as the Team meets up for 1 last time and look back on the show's history.
Special Air Time: 9pm - Airing After the Grand Finale Episodemoreless
A trebuchet is built; and duct tape is used in an attempt to save Buster's life.
** This Episode is airing out or order, and is airing only on the Science Channel at 8pm on Sunday, March 6thmoreless
Can Gummy Bears be used as Rocket Fuel?
Adam and Jamie attempt to create a vacuum and crush a train car in the biggest experiment ever attempted in MythBusters history
Myths about auto drifting are tested.
Adam and Jamie attempt the mechanical metamorphosis of a car becoming a motorcycle and a bicycle becoming a boat.
Adam and Jamie challenge the science of virtual worlds from video games.
Myths related to the '80s TV series "The A-Team" are tested.
More Myths From Indiana Jones Movies
Myths related to the animated sitcom "The Simpsons" are tested.
Methods for boarding an airplane are tested; a bullet-tracing myth is examined.
If a single car brakes lightly, can it cause a ripple that triggers a major jam?
Is it better to stay in one lane in heavy traffic instead of changing lanes?
Are roundabouts more efficient than four-way stop signs?
For journeys less than 400 miles, is driving faster than flying?
Do men really do prefer blondes?
Do pheromone sprays really work?
Do bigger boobs equal bigger tips?
Does a man's wealth really woo women?
The MythBusters test three car crimes straight from Hollywood: the cliff top push, the two-wheel wipeout, and finally the Corvette barrel roll from "Wanted."
Could you actually bob for an apple while jumping from a 100-foot high bungee cord? And from a viral video, could you really play a match of tennis while both players are standing on top of an airplane's wing?moreless
The MythBusters test household myths: Could a vacuum cleaner explode while sucking up black powder? Could sunscreen scorch your skin? Could a piano crash through your roof? And finally could an exploding water heater extinguish a house fire?moreless