History Series / MythBusters

26th Feb '17 7:37:05 PM TexasKelly
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* BigWhat: In "Tipsy vs. Tired", this was Kari's reaction after being told that she strayed out of her lane during the highway/"monotony" portion of the tipsy test over '''100 times'''. [[spoiler:She was a bit too exhausted to respond when she more than '''doubled''' this number during the later tired test.]]

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* BigWhat: In "Tipsy vs. Tired", this was Kari's reaction after being told that she strayed out of her lane during the highway/"monotony" portion of the tipsy test over '''100 times'''. [[spoiler:She was a bit too exhausted to respond when she more than '''doubled''' this number during the later tired test.test that confirmed the myth.]]
26th Feb '17 7:36:09 PM TexasKelly
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* BigWhat: In "Tipsy vs. Tired", this was Kari's reaction after being told that she strayed out of her lane during the highway/"monotony" portion of the tipsy test over '''100 times'''. [[spoiler:She was a bit too exhausted to respond when she more than '''doubled''' this number during the later tired test.]]
22nd Feb '17 4:32:42 AM thewhitefairy
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DomesticApplianceDisaster: Explored extensively, whenever they looked into a myth of an appliance gone berserk because of mishandling or another (such as how possible (and lethal) the ElectrifiedBathtub could be (result: more modern appliances would probably shut down the moment they hit the water and not create a shock, but older appliances were still pretty dangerous) and whether or not an overloaded washing machine that had its user standing on it when it went off could injure said user (the result: washing machines do not have the kind of horsepower necessary to perform said spinning, let alone cause injuries).

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* DomesticApplianceDisaster: Explored extensively, whenever they looked into a myth of an appliance gone berserk because of mishandling or another (such as how possible (and lethal) the ElectrifiedBathtub could be (result: more modern appliances would probably shut down the moment they hit the water and not create a shock, but older appliances were still pretty dangerous) and whether or not an overloaded washing machine that had its user standing on it when it went off could injure said user (the result: washing machines do not have the kind of horsepower necessary to perform said spinning, let alone cause injuries).
22nd Feb '17 4:31:26 AM thewhitefairy
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DomesticApplianceDisaster: Explored extensively, whenever they looked into a myth of an appliance gone berserk because of mishandling or another (such as how possible (and lethal) the ElectrifiedBathtub could be (result: more modern appliances would probably shut down the moment they hit the water and not create a shock, but older appliances were still pretty dangerous) and whether or not an overloaded washing machine that had its user standing on it when it went off could injure said user (the result: washing machines do not have the kind of horsepower necessary to perform said spinning, let alone cause injuries).
10th Feb '17 11:26:02 AM Gosicrystal
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* DistinctionWithoutADifference: While testing methods of stopping a runaway car, the Build Team decide to come up with their own devices. Tory's is a hood-mounted hook used to drag the other vehicle to a halt.
-->'''Kari''': Your idea of a safe stop is to ''shank me''?\\
'''Tory''': More like harpooning.



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* NoExceptYes: While testing methods of stopping a runaway car, the Build Team decide to come up with their own devices. Tory's is a hood-mounted hook used to drag the other vehicle to a halt.
-->'''Kari''': Your idea of a safe stop is to ''shank me''?\\
'''Tory''': More like harpooning.
4th Feb '17 1:26:46 PM MarkLungo
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Soon after, the Science Channel announced plans to revive the show, first as a reality TV series "Search for the next [=MythBusters=]", later renamed to ''[=MythBusters=]: The Search'', before snapping back to the old format (tentatively titled ''[=MythBusters=]: The Next Generation''). The search was hosted by Series/{{Nerdist}} editor Kyle Hill, which began airing on Saturday nights in January 2017, and will be followed by the proper revival series later in the year or in 2018. In the meantime, Creator/{{Netflix}} commissioned Beyond International Group, the company behind [=MythBusters=], to rope Kari, Tory and Grant into a SpiritualSuccessor of the show called ''Series/WhiteRabbitProject'', which also focuses on legends and theories, but instead of busting them, the show seeks to ''validate'' and ''rank'' them. ''White Rabbit Project'' premiered with 10 episodes on December 9th, 2016, on Netflix. Additionally, Adam, along with several other close friends, started a WebVideo and {{podcast}} series called ''Series/{{Tested}}''. Originally roping Jamie in on the project, Jamie left shortly after as he wish to retire from public eye and work in privacy.

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Soon after, the Science Channel announced plans to revive the show, first as a reality TV series "Search for the next [=MythBusters=]", later renamed to ''[=MythBusters=]: The Search'', before snapping back to the old format (tentatively titled ''[=MythBusters=]: The Next Generation'').Search''. The search was hosted by Series/{{Nerdist}} editor Kyle Hill, which began airing on Saturday nights in January 2017, and will be followed by the proper revival series later in the year or in 2018. In the meantime, Creator/{{Netflix}} commissioned Beyond International Group, the company behind [=MythBusters=], to rope Kari, Tory and Grant into a SpiritualSuccessor of the show called ''Series/WhiteRabbitProject'', which also focuses on legends and theories, but instead of busting them, the show seeks to ''validate'' and ''rank'' them. ''White Rabbit Project'' premiered with 10 episodes on December 9th, 2016, on Netflix. Additionally, Adam, along with several other close friends, started a WebVideo and {{podcast}} series called ''Series/{{Tested}}''. Originally roping Jamie in on the project, Jamie left shortly after as he wish to retire from public eye and work in privacy.
31st Jan '17 6:55:02 PM TexasKelly
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* MeaningfulLook: During small-scale testing for the Exploding Pants myth, Frank Doyle gives one of these to the camera (while covering his ears) just before the Build Team performs an impact test on a sample of the pants material covered in weed killer, making it clear he knows ''damn'' well what the outcome will be before it happens.
26th Jan '17 6:28:40 PM RAMChYLD
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Soon after, the Science Channel announced plans to revive the show, first as a reality TV series "Search for the next [=MythBusters=]", later renamed to ''[=MythBusters=]: The Search'', before snapping back to the old format (tentatively titled ''[=MythBusters=]: The Next Generation''). The search was hosted by Series/{{Nerdist}} editor Kyle Hill, which began airing on Saturday nights in January 2017, and will be followed by the proper revival series later in the year or in 2018. In the meantime, Creator/{{Netflix}} commissioned Beyond International Group, the company behind [=MythBusters=], to rope Kari, Tory and Grant into a SpiritualSuccessor of the show called ''Series/WhiteRabbitProject'', which also focuses on legends and theories, but instead of busting them, the show seeks to ''validate'' and ''rank'' them. ''White Rabbit Project'' premiered with 10 episodes on December 9th, 2016, on Netflix. Additionally, Adam, along with several other close friends, started a WebVideo series called ''Series/{{Tested}}''. Originally roping Jamie in on the project, Jamie left shortly after as he wish to retire from public eye and work in privacy.

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Soon after, the Science Channel announced plans to revive the show, first as a reality TV series "Search for the next [=MythBusters=]", later renamed to ''[=MythBusters=]: The Search'', before snapping back to the old format (tentatively titled ''[=MythBusters=]: The Next Generation''). The search was hosted by Series/{{Nerdist}} editor Kyle Hill, which began airing on Saturday nights in January 2017, and will be followed by the proper revival series later in the year or in 2018. In the meantime, Creator/{{Netflix}} commissioned Beyond International Group, the company behind [=MythBusters=], to rope Kari, Tory and Grant into a SpiritualSuccessor of the show called ''Series/WhiteRabbitProject'', which also focuses on legends and theories, but instead of busting them, the show seeks to ''validate'' and ''rank'' them. ''White Rabbit Project'' premiered with 10 episodes on December 9th, 2016, on Netflix. Additionally, Adam, along with several other close friends, started a WebVideo and {{podcast}} series called ''Series/{{Tested}}''. Originally roping Jamie in on the project, Jamie left shortly after as he wish to retire from public eye and work in privacy.
26th Jan '17 6:26:28 PM RAMChYLD
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Soon after, the Science Channel announced plans to revive the show, first as a reality TV series "Search for the next [=MythBusters=]", later renamed to ''[=MythBusters=]: The Search'', before snapping back to the old format (tentatively titled ''[=MythBusters=]: The Next Generation''). The search was hosted by Series/{{Nerdist}} editor Kyle Hill, which began airing on Saturday nights in January 2017, and will be followed by the proper revival series later in the year or in 2018. In the meantime, Creator/{{Netflix}} commissioned Beyond International Group, the company behind [=MythBusters=], to rope Kari, Tory and Grant into a SpiritualSuccessor of the show called ''Series/WhiteRabbitProject'', which also focuses on legends and theories, but instead of busting them, the show seeks to ''validate'' and ''rank'' them. ''White Rabbit Project'' premiered with 10 episodes on December 9th, 2016, on Netflix. Additionally, Adam, along with several other close friends, started a WebVideo series called Series/{{Tested}}. Originally roping Jamie in on the project, Jamie left shortly after as he wish to retire from public eye and work in privacy.

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Soon after, the Science Channel announced plans to revive the show, first as a reality TV series "Search for the next [=MythBusters=]", later renamed to ''[=MythBusters=]: The Search'', before snapping back to the old format (tentatively titled ''[=MythBusters=]: The Next Generation''). The search was hosted by Series/{{Nerdist}} editor Kyle Hill, which began airing on Saturday nights in January 2017, and will be followed by the proper revival series later in the year or in 2018. In the meantime, Creator/{{Netflix}} commissioned Beyond International Group, the company behind [=MythBusters=], to rope Kari, Tory and Grant into a SpiritualSuccessor of the show called ''Series/WhiteRabbitProject'', which also focuses on legends and theories, but instead of busting them, the show seeks to ''validate'' and ''rank'' them. ''White Rabbit Project'' premiered with 10 episodes on December 9th, 2016, on Netflix. Additionally, Adam, along with several other close friends, started a WebVideo series called Series/{{Tested}}.''Series/{{Tested}}''. Originally roping Jamie in on the project, Jamie left shortly after as he wish to retire from public eye and work in privacy.
26th Jan '17 6:24:08 PM RAMChYLD
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Soon after, the Science Channel announced plans to revive the show, first as a reality TV series "Search for the next [=MythBusters=]", later renamed to ''[=MythBusters=]: The Search'', before snapping back to the old format (tentatively titled ''[=MythBusters=]: The Next Generation''). The search was hosted by Series/{{Nerdist}} editor Kyle Hill, which began airing on Saturday nights in January 2017, and will be followed by the proper revival series later in the year or in 2018. In the meantime, Creator/{{Netflix}} commissioned Beyond International Group, the company behind [=MythBusters=], to rope Kari, Tory and Grant into a SpiritualSuccessor of the show called ''Series/WhiteRabbitProject'', which also focuses on legends and theories, but instead of busting them, the show seeks to ''validate'' and ''rank'' them. ''White Rabbit Project'' premiered with 10 episodes on December 9th, 2016, on Netflix. In the meantime, Adam, along with several other close friends, started a WebVideo series called Series/{{Tested}}. Originally roping Jamie in on the project, Jamie left shortly after as he wish to retire from public eye and work in privacy.

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Soon after, the Science Channel announced plans to revive the show, first as a reality TV series "Search for the next [=MythBusters=]", later renamed to ''[=MythBusters=]: The Search'', before snapping back to the old format (tentatively titled ''[=MythBusters=]: The Next Generation''). The search was hosted by Series/{{Nerdist}} editor Kyle Hill, which began airing on Saturday nights in January 2017, and will be followed by the proper revival series later in the year or in 2018. In the meantime, Creator/{{Netflix}} commissioned Beyond International Group, the company behind [=MythBusters=], to rope Kari, Tory and Grant into a SpiritualSuccessor of the show called ''Series/WhiteRabbitProject'', which also focuses on legends and theories, but instead of busting them, the show seeks to ''validate'' and ''rank'' them. ''White Rabbit Project'' premiered with 10 episodes on December 9th, 2016, on Netflix. In the meantime, Additionally, Adam, along with several other close friends, started a WebVideo series called Series/{{Tested}}. Originally roping Jamie in on the project, Jamie left shortly after as he wish to retire from public eye and work in privacy.
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