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This is an episode list of the popular science television series MythBusters on The Discovery Channel. This article is not about the magazine, Popular Science Popular science is interpretation of science intended for a general audience, rather than for other scientists or students. ... A television program is the content of television broadcasting. ... MythBusters is an American popular science television program on the Discovery Channel starring special effects experts Adam Savage and Jamie Hyneman, who use basic elements of the scientific method to test the validity of various rumors and urban legends in popular culture. ... Discovery Channel is an American cable TV network, based in Silver Spring, MD, that has a variety of science programming, particularly documentaries and nature shows. ...

Contents

Season 1: 2003-2004

Production # Episode # Season Episode# Episode Name Myths Tested Original Air Date
001 -- Pilot 1 Jet-Assisted Chevy, Pop Rocks and Soda Can a 1967 Chevy get up to 350 mph by putting Jets on its roof? Can Pop Rocks & Soda, when eaten simultaneously, cause the eater's stomach to rupture? January 23, 2003
002 -- Pilot 2 Vacuum Toilet, Biscuit Bazooka, Leaping Lawyer Can an airplane toilet create enough suction to prevent a person from being able to get off the toilet? Can a can of biscuit dough explode in a hot car and cause a person to believe that they had been shot? Can a person throw themselves through a skyscraper window? January 23, 2003
003 -- Pilot 3 Larry's Lawn-Chair Balloon, Goldfinger, Poppy-Seed Drug Test Can you take to the skies using only a lawn chair and weather balloons? Can you test positive for heroin by eating a large amount of poppy seeds? Can being painted with gold paint actually kill you? March 7, 2003
004 001 0101 Ice Bullet, Exploding Toilet, Who Gets Wetter? Is it possible to make a "magical bullet" out of ice? Is running better than walking to keep dry in the rain? Can you be lifted off your toilet seat after dropping a cigarette into a toilet bowl filled with various explosives? September 23, 2003
005 002 0102 Cell Phone Destruction, Silicone Breasts, CD-ROM Shattering Will using a cell phone near a gas pump cause an explosion? Will silicone breast implants explode or expand in low pressure? Can a standard CD-ROM drive shatter a CD? October 03, 2003
006 003 0103 Barrel of Bricks, Peeing on the Third Rail, Eel Skin Wallet The story of a man being hit multiple times by the same barrel of bricks. Can you be electrocuted by urinating on the third rail? Can an eel skin wallet erase a credit card? October 10, 2003
007 004 0104 Penny Drop, Deadly Microwaves, Radio Tooth Fillings Will a penny dropped from the top of the Empire State Building kill you? Can tooth fillings transmit radio waves,and can you be baked to death in a tanning booth? October 17, 2003
008 005 0105 Hammer Bridge Drop, Buried Alive, Cola How long will the air in a coffin last? Does Cola have special properties? Will throwing a hammer off a bridge to break the surface tension of the water save a person who jumped off the bridge? October 24, 2003
009 006 0106 Lightning Strikes Tongue Piercing, Tree Cannon, Beat the Breath Test Can a cannon be built out of a tree? Is a person with a tongue piercing more likely to get struck by lightning? Can you beat the Breathalyzer? November 07, 2003
010 007 0107 Stinky Car, Raccoon Rocket Is it possible to de-stink a car after being sealed up with a dead pig, and then sell it? If you pour gasoline down a drain pipe and light it while in the drainpipe, will you be launched as if from a cannon? December 05, 2003
011 008 0108 Escape From Alcatraz, Duck Quack, Stud Finder Was it possible to survive an escape from Alcatraz? Does a duck's quack echo? Does the government implant secret chips in people and can stud finders be used to find them? December 12, 2003
012 009 0109 Chicken Gun, Octopus Egg Pregnancy, Killer Washing Machine Frozen or thawed chicken for windshield testing? Can octopus eggs be hatched in a humans digestive system? January 18, 2004
013 010 0110 Explosive Decompression, Frog Giggin', Rear Axle If a small hole is made in a plane at altitude, can it cause explosive decompression and literally suck you through that hole? Can you use a bullet as a fuse in a vehicle, and can that same bullet go off in the fuse box? The rear axle myth from American Graffiti was also tested. January 11, 2004
014 011 0111 Sinking Titanic, Goldfish Memory, Trombone Explosion Could the sinking Titanic literally suck you down with it? Is a goldfish's memory only 3 seconds? January 25, 2004
015 012 0112 Break Step Bridge, Toothbrush Surprise, Rowing Water Skier Can a marching battalion take down a bridge? Can you water ski behind a rowing eight? January 25, 2004
016 013 0113 Buried in Concrete, Daddy-Longlegs, Jet Taxi Is Jimmy Hoffa buried under Giant's Stadium? Is the venom of Daddy Long Legs spiders enough to kill you? Can a jet engine launch a taxi into the air? February 15, 2004

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Season 2: 2004

Production # Episode # Season Episode# Episode Name Myths Tested Original Air Date
017 -- Best of 1 Best Animals Myths March 24, 2004
018 -- Best of 2 Best Electric Myths May 6, 2004
019 014 0201 Myths Revisited Retest: Ice Bullet, Chicken Gun, Peeing on the Third Rail, Exploding Implants June 8, 2004
020 -- Best of 3 Best Explosions June 29, 2004
021 015 0202 Scuba Diver, Car Capers Can a scuba diver be sucked up in a fire fighting helicopter? The MythBusters test various car myths. July 27, 2004
022 016 0203 Ancient Death Ray, Skunk Cleaning, What Is Bulletproof? Can mirrors be used to make a death ray? What is really effective against skunk smell? Is bulletproof glass really bulletproof? September 29, 2004
023 017 0204 Elevator of Death, Levitation Machine Can you survive a multi-story elevator fall by jumping right before the elevator hits the bottom of the shaft? Is it possible to make a hovercraft with a leaf blower? October 06, 2004
024 018 0205 Beat the Radar Detector Testing various methods to beat the radar detector. October 13, 2004
025 019 0206 Quicksand, Bathtub Electrocution, MRI Rays and Tattoos Can you be sucked down by "killer quicksand"? Can a tattoo explode in an MRI scan? Do appliances really electrocute you if they fall in the tub? October 20, 2004
026 020 0207 Exploding Jawbreaker Can a superheated jawbreaker explode in your face? October 27, 2004
027 021 0208 Ping-pong Rescue How many balloons are needed to lift a 3 year old off the ground? Can a sunken boat be lifted to the surface with ping-pong balls? November 03, 2004
028 022 0209 Boom-Lift Catapult Is it possible to make a catapult with a boom-lift cherry-picker? November 10, 2004
029 023 0210 Exploding House Can multiple bug bombs blow up a house? Finding a needle in a haystack November 16, 2004
030 024 0211 Ming Dynasty Astronaut Can you launch yourself with rockets strapped to a chair? December 05, 2004
031 -- Special 1 Christmas Special December 22, 2004

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Season 3: 2005

Production # Episode # Season Episode# Episode Name Myths Tested Original Air Date
032 -- Special 2 Buster Special Rebuilding of Buster February 02, 2005
033 -- Special 3 Ultimate MythBusters Jamie and Adam have a contest to prove who is the Ultimate Mythbuster. February 09, 2005
034 025 0301 Brown Note, Water Torture Can a certain note make you have fecal incontinence? Is Chinese water torture real? February 16, 2005
035 026 0302 Salsa Escape, Cement Removal Can you escape from prison with salsa? Can you remove hardened cement from a cement truck with explosives? February 23, 2005
036 027 0303 Exploding Port-a-Potty, Car Pole-Vault Can a car pole-vault from its drive shaft? Does enough methane build up in a port-a-potty to explode when set off? March 2, 2005
037 028 0304 Is Yawning Contagious? Can a toy car beat a Dodge Viper in the 1/4 mile? Is yawning contagious? Does buttered toast always land butter side down? March 9, 2005
038 -- Special 4 MythBusters Outtakes Outtakes from the series March 16, 2005
039 029 0305 Cooling a Six pack What is the best way to cool a six pack of beer? March 23, 2005
040 -- Special 5 Shop Till you Drop The MythBusters' favorite places to shop. April 6, 2005
041 030 0306 Son of a Gun If a bullet is fired at a man's genitals, passes through, and hits a women in her private parts, can this make her pregnant? March 30, 2005
042 -- Special 6 MythBusters Revealed April 27, 2005
043 -- Special 7 Hollywood on Trial Busting various Hollywood myths. May 11, 2005
044 031 0307 Breaking Glass Can you break a wine glass with an unaided human voice? May 18, 2005
045 032 0308 Jet Pack Can you create a jet pack with plastic bottles and air pressure? June 9, 2005
046 033 0309 Killer Brace Position Is the brace position used in airplanes actually designed to kill you? June 22, 2005
047 034 0310 Bulletproof Water Are you safe from being shot if you're underwater? July 13, 2005
048 -- Special 8 MythBusters Jaws Special The Mythbusters test various Jaws(shark) myths. Exploding Scuba Tank, Piano Wire Test Line, and can a shark ram through a boat or shark cage? Can a shark hold three barrels under water? July 17, 2005
049 035 0311 Border Slingshot Is it possible for immigrants to use a giant slingshot to bypass the border patrol and land safely? July 27, 2005
050 036 0312 Killer Tissue Box If a car crashes and there is a tissue box at the back of the car and is launched forward, would it have enough force to kill the driver if it hit his head? August 3, 2005
051 037 0313 Escape Slide Parachute Can you make a parachute with an airplane escape slide, or life raft? August 10, 2005
052 038 0314 MythBusters Revisited Blown Away, Plywood Builder, Running in the Rain, Will a black car heat faster than a white one? October 12, 2005
053 039 0315 Chinese Invasion Alarm Could the Ancient Chinese have used drums to listen for tunneling invaders? October 19, 2005
054 040 0316 Confederate Rocket Did the Confederates really have a 2-stage rocket capable of traveling 100 miles from Richmond to DC? October 26, 2005
055 041 0317 Vodka Myths Testing myths about unusual uses for vodka. November 2, 2005
056 042 0318 Steel Toe-Cap Amputation Do Steel Toe boots really put toes in more danger than a regular boot, to the extent that the steel toe would chop off the wearer's toes? November 9, 2005
057 043 0319 Seasickness - Kill or Cure What is the best cure for seasickness? November 16, 2005

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Season 4: 2006

Production # Episode # Season Episode# Episode Name Myths Tested Original Air Date
058 044 0401 Paper Crossbow Can you make a deadly crossbow out of materials available to someone in prison? January 11, 2006
059 045 0402 Shredded Plane What caused a plane to be shredded? Was it an angry ex-girlfriend, or a run-away plane on the tarmac? January 18, 2006
060 046 0403 Archimedes Death Ray Revisited January 25, 2006
061 047 0404 Helium Football Can you make a football fly farther if you fill it with helium? February 1, 2006
062 048 0405 Franklin's Kite Did Benjamin Franklin fly a kite in a storm, or would he have been killed by the electrical current? March 8, 2006
063 049 0406 Cell Phones on Planes Can a cell phone cause a plane to crash? March 15, 2006
064 050 0407 Bullets Fired Up Can a bullet fired straight up fall back down with enough speed to kill someone? April 19, 2006
065 051 0408 Myths Reopened Splitting an Arrow, Bullets Fired Under Water, Salami Rocket April 26, 2006
066 052 0409 Mind Control The Mythbusters test various mind control techniques. Can you paint a room with dynamite? May 3, 2006
067 053 0410 Exploding Pants Is it possible for pants to spontaneously explode? May 10, 2006
068 054 0411 Crimes and Myth-demeanors 1 The Mythbusters test various theft movie tricks. Can you keep a laser alarm from being set off, climb a metal duct using magnets, and avoid triggering a pressure switch? They also tested safe cracking, and cutting a hole in a pane of glass. July 12, 2006
069 055 0412 Steam Cannon / Breakfast Cereal Does the Archimedes Steam Cannon work, and is the cardboard cereal box more nutritious than the sugary cereal inside? July 19, 2006
070 056 0413 Whirlpool / Snowplow Can a whirlpool really kill somebody? Can a snowplow driving down the road push enough air to flip a car over? July 26, 2006
071 057 0414 Mentos and Soda The MythBusters determine what causes the reaction between Mentos and Diet Coca-cola, as well as trying to harness the force produced. August 9, 2006
072 058 0415 Shattering Subwoofer / Rough Road Driving Can speaker power alone destroy a car? Will a car ride down a bumpy washboard road become smoother when driving speed increases? August 16, 2006
073 059 0416 Crimes and Myth-demeanors 2 More theft movie tricks. Can fingerprint scanner, sonar alarm, or thermal alarm, be foiled, and can you blow up a glass re-locking safe filled with water? August 23, 2006
074 060 0417 Earthquake Machine Can Nikola Tesla's machine actually create a miniature earthquake? August 30, 2006
075 061 0418 Deadly Straw Can hurricane force winds blow a piece of straw through a tree? September 6, 2006
076 -- Special 9 Mega Movie Myths The Mythbusters test action movie myths. Does a car ejection seat work, can a car be jumped as portrayed in Dukes of Hazard, and can you shoot through a floor? Will awnings break a fall from higher up on the building? Can a sword cut another sword? September 13, 2006
077 062 0419 Killer Cable Snaps If a high tension cable snaps, would it be able to cut a human in half? October 11, 2006
078 063 0420 Air Cylinder Rocket Can an air cylinder go straight through a brick wall, or propel a boat? October 18, 2006
079 064 0421 More Myths Revisited Salami Rocket Revisit, Shattering Windshields. Should a pickup truck's tailgate be up or down for best fuel efficiency? Can a sword slice a machine gun barrel? October 25, 2006
080 065 0422 Exploding Lighter Can a disposable lighter explode with lethal force? November 1, 2006
081 066 0423 Concrete Glider Can a working glider be made out of concrete? November 8, 2006
082 067 0424 Firearms Folklore Can a bullet pierce a sniper scope? Can a fired bullet lodge in the chamber of a revolver? Can two fired bullets fuse in mid air? If two hammers are struck together will they explode? November 29, 2006
083 068 0425 Anti-Gravity Device Is anti-gravity (hovering without moving air) possible? December 6, 2006
084 -- Special 10 Holiday Special Can a fallen frozen turkey break your foot or kill a pet? The Mythbusters also make a Rube Goldberg Machine with more than thirty parts. December 6, 2006
085 069 0426 22,000 Foot Fall Can you really survive a 22,000 foot fall using the blast from a 1000 pound bomb to break your fall?

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Season 5: 2007

Production # Episode # Season Episode# Episode Name Myths Tested Original Air Date
086 070 0501 Hindenburg Mystery What caused the Hindenburg to explode? Can running in a zig-zag line save you from a Crocodile? January 10, 2007
087 071 Special 11 Pirate Special Can you jab a knife in a sail, ride it down, and land safely on the deck? Can keeping one eye covered help you see in the dark? Are the splinters made by a cannonball fired at wood more lethal than the cannonball itself? Can rum be used to clean cloth? January 17, 2007
088 072 0502 Underwater Car How can you escape from a sinking car? Can paper be folded more than 7 times? January 24, 2007
089 073 0503 Speed Cameras Can you beat the Speed camera? Can a defibrillator explode medical patches? March 07, 2007
090 074 0504 Dog Myths Can you beat a blood hound? Can you sneak past a guard dog? Can you teach an old dog new tricks? March 14, 2007
091 075 0505 More Myths Revisited 6th revisiting of myths. Exploding Trombone, Finger in a Gun Barrel, Exploding Hammers, Can a fired bullet pierce a sniper scope? March 21, 2007
092 076 0506 Voice Flame Extinguisher Can a human voice extinguish a flame? Can hypnosis plant suggestions? Can hypnosis help bring back dormant memories? April 11, 2007
093 077 0507 Birds in a Truck Do birds flying in a trailer cause the trailer to become lighter? Will a boat crashing into a channel marker cleave itself in half? April 18, 2007
094 078 0508 Walk on Water Can you walk on water? Can you snatch a speeding arrow out of the air? Can you stop a sword with bare hands? April 25, 2007
095 079 0509 Western Myths Can you take someone's hat off with a bullet? Can you break someone out of jail with horses or do you need explosives? Can an airbag turn a lock-pick into a lethal spear? May 30, 2007
096 080 0510 Big Rig Myths Can a big rig's tire explode with deadly force? Can you save fuel by tailgating a truck? Can you drive a car onto a truck's extended ramp at highway speeds? June 6, 2007
097 081 0511 Grenades and Guts Can jumping on a grenade save your friends? Diet Coke and Mentos myths were also tested. June 13, 2007
098 082 Special 12 Snow Special Can yodeling actually set off an avalanche? Do you have better traction on ice while driving backwards? June 20, 2007

// Original Airdate: January 10, 2007 Original Airdate: January 17, 2007 Original Airdate: January 24, 2007 According to the American Automobile Association, an estimated 11,000 vehicles crashed into bodies of water in one year. ... is the 10th day of the year in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 2007 (MMVII) is the current year, a common year starting on Monday of the Gregorian calendar and the AD/CE era in the 21st century. ... is the 17th day of the year in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 2007 (MMVII) is the current year, a common year starting on Monday of the Gregorian calendar and the AD/CE era in the 21st century. ... is the 24th day of the year in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 2007 (MMVII) is the current year, a common year starting on Monday of the Gregorian calendar and the AD/CE era in the 21st century. ... March 7 is the 66th day of the year in the Gregorian Calendar (67th in Leap years). ... Year 2007 (MMVII) is the current year, a common year starting on Monday of the Gregorian calendar and the AD/CE era in the 21st century. ... is the 73rd day of the year (74th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 2007 (MMVII) is the current year, a common year starting on Monday of the Gregorian calendar and the AD/CE era in the 21st century. ... is the 80th day of the year (81st in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 2007 (MMVII) is the current year, a common year starting on Monday of the Gregorian calendar and the AD/CE era in the 21st century. ... is the 101st day of the year (102nd in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 2007 (MMVII) is the current year, a common year starting on Monday of the Gregorian calendar and the AD/CE era in the 21st century. ... is the 108th day of the year (109th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 2007 (MMVII) is the current year, a common year starting on Monday of the Gregorian calendar and the AD/CE era in the 21st century. ... is the 115th day of the year (116th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 2007 (MMVII) is the current year, a common year starting on Monday of the Gregorian calendar and the AD/CE era in the 21st century. ... is the 150th day of the year (151st in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 2007 (MMVII) is the current year, a common year starting on Monday of the Gregorian calendar and the AD/CE era in the 21st century. ... is the 157th day of the year (158th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 2007 (MMVII) is the current year, a common year starting on Monday of the Gregorian calendar and the AD/CE era in the 21st century. ... is the 164th day of the year (165th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 2007 (MMVII) is the current year, a common year starting on Monday of the Gregorian calendar and the AD/CE era in the 21st century. ... is the 171st day of the year (172nd in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 2007 (MMVII) is the current year, a common year starting on Monday of the Gregorian calendar and the AD/CE era in the 21st century. ...

Season 6: 2007-08

Production # Episode # Season Episode# Episode Name Myths Tested Original Air Date
099 083 0601 Baseball Myths Can a baseball be hit hard enough to remove the covering? Can dry balls be hit farther than humid ones? Is sliding over the base really faster than running it? Can balls be hit further with a corked bat? Special guest star Roger Clemens. August 8, 2007
100 084 Special 13 Viewer Special Can your eyes pop out while sneezing with your eyes open? Can shifting to reverse stop a runaway car? Can three cigarette butts fired from a black powder rifle kill a person at 7 feet? (Bonus segment: A young viewer's parents volunteer to let Adam and Jamie rig their car with enough explosives to completely obliterate it.) August 15, 2007
101 085 0602 Red Flag to a Bull Are bulls really aggravated by the color red? Can ammunition stored in the oven be lethal? Can bullets thrown in a campfire kill you? Do bulls in a china shop act like "bulls in a china shop?" August 22, 2007
102 086 0603 Superhero Special Can you climb a building with a motorized grappling hook? If you punch someone while wearing a ring, will you make a ring-shaped imprint? Can you change in a phone booth? Can you rig a grappling hook on to a car, shoot it at a steel structure, and use it to swing around a 90 degree corner? August 29, 2007
103 087 0604 Myth Evolution! Can you beat the speed camera? Can a ninja deflect a bullet with their palm? Can a person breathe from a car tire underwater? Will an RFID chip explode in a MRI scanner? September 5, 2007
104 088 0605 Trail Blazers Can you light a trail of gas from the leaking tank of a moving vehicle and have the vehicle explode? Can you outrun a trail of burning gunpowder before before it reaches a barrel of gunpowder? Can you be burned by a defibrillator if you are wearing an underwire bra or have a nipple ring? October 31, 2007
105 089 0606 Exploding Water Heater Can a water heater can explode like a rocket and shoot through the roof of a house? If a person is being dragged by a horse, can the friction caused by the movement will make their jeans catch on fire? Can shrinking jeans while wearing them in a hot bath for six hours can kill you? November 7, 2007
106 090 Special 14 Supersized Myths Are sharks attracted low frequency sound waves transmitted through water? Does the presence of dolphins can deter sharks from attacking their prey? Can the engine exhaust from a Boeing 747 flip a taxi, school bus, or small plane? Can a JATO rocket launch a car through the air? Can a person waterski behind a full size cruise ship? November 14, 2007
107 091 0607 Shooting Fish in a Barrel Is shooting fish in a barrel really as easy as the proverb says? What is the most effective cure for pain caused by hot chili peppers? Are elephants really afraid of mice? November 21, 2007
108 092 0608 Pirates 2 November 28, 2007
109 093 0609 Confederate Steam Gun December 5, 2007
110 094 0610 Air Plane Hour December 12, 2007
111 095 Special 15 Holiday Special December 19, 2007
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