History Series / Mythbusters

1st Feb '16 11:46:26 AM fauxtoast
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Adam and Jamie originally gained minor celebrity when their robot Blendo was a competitor on ''Series/RobotWars'' then later ''Series/BattleBots'' (and was so badass that it was forced to withdraw in exchange for co-championship from the ''Robot Wars'' competition because [[LudicrousGibs it was knocking chunks out of the competitors]] and sending them ''over'' the safety walls protecting the audience), and Grant was also a known competitor with his famed middleweight robot Deadblow. They worked out of Jamie's effects shop, M5 Industries, located in San Francisco, California.

In 2010, the show aired redux versions of certain older episodes, as "Buster's Cuts", which features on-screen pop-ups containing behind-the-scenes notes, bits of humor and trivia, and points about the myth being tested that didn't make it on the episode.

The show has received seven Emmy nominations (2009-2015, no wins), and is easily one of the most popular programs on the Creator/DiscoveryChannel. In 2010, the show began airing a redux version of older episodes called "Buster's Cut", which features on-screen pop-ups containing behind-the-scenes notes, bits of humor and trivia, and points about the myth being tested that didn't make it on the episode. Adam and Jamie originally gained minor celebrity when their robot Blendo was a competitor on ''Series/RobotWars'' then later ''Series/BattleBots'' (and was so badass that it was forced to withdraw in exchange for co-championship from the ''Robot Wars'' competition because [[LudicrousGibs it was knocking chunks out of the competitors]] and sending them ''over'' the safety walls protecting the audience), and Grant was also a known competitor with his famed middleweight robot Deadblow.
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The show has received seven Emmy nominations (2009-2015, no wins), and is easily one of the most popular programs on the Creator/DiscoveryChannel. In 2010, Creator/DiscoveryChannel. However, in October 2015, Savage & Hyneman [[http://arstechnica.com/the-multiverse/2015/10/mythbusters-creators-say-14th-season-will-be-last-announce-farewell-tour/ announced]] the end of the show, with the run of episodes airing in early 2016 to be the last. Filming completed on the show began airing a redux version of older episodes called "Buster's Cut", which features on-screen pop-ups containing behind-the-scenes notes, bits of humor and trivia, and points about the myth being tested that didn't make it on November 11th, 2015. Hyneman & Savage also went on the episode. Adam and Jamie originally gained minor celebrity when their robot Blendo was a competitor on ''Series/RobotWars'' then later ''Series/BattleBots'' (and was so badass that it was forced to withdraw in exchange road for co-championship from a series of ''Behind The Myths'' tours (a/k/a ''Mythbusters Live''), but, with the ''Robot Wars'' competition because [[LudicrousGibs it was knocking chunks out end of the competitors]] and sending show, they have ended the tours also, with them ''over'' the safety walls protecting the audience), and Grant was also a known competitor with his famed middleweight robot Deadblow. appearing to be going (amicably) their separate ways.
20th Jan '16 2:20:11 PM Darkmage7280
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** In the Paper Crossbow episode, Adam remarks that from a mechanical standpoint, he'd be perfectly pleased with two inches of penetration. In response, Jamie deadpans: "Generally I prefer a little bit more."
6th Jan '16 9:26:30 PM Generality
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* HotBloodedSideburns: Adam rocks some serious mutton chops in the final season.
3rd Jan '16 12:23:21 PM Generality
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* DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything: To test a myth of a tornado sending a sheet of glass fast enough to decapitate someone, the Build Team made Neckman, a guy with a ''biiig'' neck. Now, take a look at him; if you don't see it, squint. Now, ''what does it look like?''
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* DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything: DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything: ** To test a myth of a tornado sending a sheet of glass fast enough to decapitate someone, the Build Team made Neckman, a guy with a ''biiig'' neck. Now, take a look at him; if you don't see it, squint. Now, ''what does it look like?''like?'' ** Lampshaded in preparation of a [[Franchise/StarWars Sith myth]], specifically the lightsaber fight from ''Film/RevengeOfTheSith''. Adam is building a safe replica lightsaber, which is basically a long rubber tube. As he's sliding it into the metallic sheathe that will allow it to register hits, he remarks that this reminds him of something.
3rd Jan '16 12:08:23 PM Spinosegnosaurus77
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* CompanionCube: In "Holiday Special", Kari gets attached to a zombie dog replica.
2nd Jan '16 12:31:25 PM MarkLungo
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!!''Series/MythBusters'' provides examples of:
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!!''Series/MythBusters'' provides examples of: !!Troping in three! Two! One!:

...''[[MemeticMutation Am I missing an eyebrow?]]'' [[invoked]]
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...''[[MemeticMutation ''"[[MemeticMutation Am I missing an eyebrow?]]'' eyebrow?]]"'' [[invoked]]
2nd Jan '16 11:44:55 AM TexasKelly
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* {{Corpsing}}: During the Build Team's "outrun a horde" test in the Zombie Special, you can clearly see one of the volunteer zombies get the giggles when Kari rolls a wheelchair-bound (with [[BrickJoke duct tape]], no less) Tory out to use him as bait. -->'''Kari''': Hey, zombies... zombie food! -->'''Tory''': KARI! You son of a-''*[[CurseCutShort zombies eat him]]*''
30th Dec '15 9:38:23 PM Willbyr
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With the help of their crack team of smart-ass builders (artist/sculptor Kari Byron, model builder/carpenter Tory Belleci, robotics engineer Grant Imahara, and formerly welder/metal worker Scottie Chapman and temporary replacement/metal worker Jessi Combs) from Seasons 2-9, as well as crack crash-test dummy Buster, Adam and Jamie meticulously take apart popular myths ranging from the legend of Archimedes' solar "DeathRay" to "free energy" to the most common Hollywood exaggerations ([[EveryCarIsAPinto exploding cars]], [[BlownAcrossTheRoom the knockback from a bullet]]). They render each myth down to its component elements, then apply a goofball scientific rigor to reproducing those elements. Jamie owns and continues to run the Special Effects studio M-5 Industries, where he has all the equipment you would possibly need to build any sort of contraption they need to. And whenever they come across something that is beyond their expertise, they call in favors from colleges and other specialists. Their reputation has gotten to the point that they can get to just about any place because they provide excellent PR (to the point that sitting US President UsefulNotes/BarackObama appeared on a 2010 episode) -- a contrast to the first episode when Jamie found trouble trying to obtain a [[ItsForABook military grade JATO rocket]]; they ended up commissioning a custom one (or the third episode, where Sears wouldn't let them film in the store when they were trying to track down a specific model of lawn chair).
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With the help of their crack team of smart-ass builders (artist/sculptor Kari Byron, model builder/carpenter Tory Belleci, robotics engineer Grant Imahara, and formerly welder/metal worker Scottie Chapman and temporary replacement/metal worker Jessi Combs) from Seasons 2-9, as well as crack crash-test dummy Buster, Adam and Jamie meticulously take apart popular myths ranging from the legend of Archimedes' solar "DeathRay" to "free energy" to the most common Hollywood exaggerations ([[EveryCarIsAPinto such as [[EveryCarIsAPinto exploding cars]], cars]] and [[BlownAcrossTheRoom the knockback from a bullet]]). bullet]]. They render each myth down to its component elements, then apply a goofball scientific rigor to reproducing those elements. Jamie owns and continues to run the Special Effects special effects studio M-5 Industries, where he has all the equipment you would possibly need to build any sort of contraption they need to. And whenever they come across something that is beyond their expertise, they call in favors from colleges and other specialists. Their reputation has gotten to the point that they can get to just about any place because they provide excellent PR (to the point that sitting US President UsefulNotes/BarackObama appeared on a 2010 episode) -- a contrast to the first episode when Jamie found trouble trying to obtain a [[ItsForABook military grade JATO rocket]]; they ended up commissioning a custom one (or the third episode, where Sears wouldn't let them film in the store when they were trying to track down a specific model of lawn chair).

* AbnormalAmmo: The staggering amount of strange stuff they've modified air cannons or rifles to fire, among others (see the trope page for specific examples). They've even tried [[EdibleAmmunition cheese]], and it actually worked. Adam summed this up succinctly: -->Is this awesome or what? We tripped all three of the [=ShockWatch=] stickers, which tells us something we often learn here at ''[=MythBusters=]'': Everyday objects can in fact be lethal [[SpaceWhaleAesop if Jamie builds a gun to shoot them]].
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* AbnormalAmmo: The staggering amount of strange stuff they've modified air cannons or rifles to fire, among others (see the trope page for specific examples). They've even tried [[EdibleAmmunition cheese]], and it actually worked. Adam summed this up succinctly:\n-->Is -->'''Adam''': Is this awesome or what? We tripped all three of the [=ShockWatch=] stickers, which tells us something we often learn here at ''[=MythBusters=]'': Everyday objects can in fact be lethal [[SpaceWhaleAesop if Jamie builds a gun to shoot them]].

** [[LampshadeHanging Lampshaded]] in the "Escape from Alcatraz" episode:
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** [[LampshadeHanging Lampshaded]] {{Lampshade|Hanging}}d in the "Escape from Alcatraz" episode:

** Adam has said in interviews that in the editing room, pretty much anything that makes Jaime laugh is going to be aired.
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** Adam has said in interviews that in the editing room, pretty much anything that makes Jaime Jamie laugh is going to be aired.

'''Adam:''' (amused with himself) What's the myth?
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'''Adam:''' (amused *''amused with himself) himself''* What's the myth?

** The [=MythBusters=] attempt to retest the JATO Rocket Car myth, and the entire car explodes once the rocket engine is activated. The [=MythBusters=] seem on the verge of tears during the wrap-up. Jamie even flatly says "The rocket car sucked" during the episode close-out. Especially so since they already mentioned that they hired a experienced company to build the rocket and that said custom rocket cost the show ''$10,000''.
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** The [=MythBusters=] attempt to retest the JATO Rocket Car myth, and myth ended with the entire car explodes exploding once the rocket engine is activated. The [=MythBusters=] seem seemed on the verge of tears during the wrap-up. Jamie even flatly says said "The rocket car sucked" during the episode close-out. Especially so since they they'd already mentioned that they hired a experienced company to build the rocket and that said custom rocket cost the show ''$10,000''.

** It's not that elephants are afraid of mice per se, but that with their poor eyesight and keen hearing elephants would be wary when hearing something that they couldn't see. ** A dominant theory is that this is caused by snakes. Some of the venomous snakes are amongst the very few creatures capable of seriously hurting elephants, and this may have led them to develop an innate fear of any small creature on the ground including mice.

--> '''Adam:''' This is the show. It's, like, 4 minutes of science, and then 10 minutes of me hurting myself.
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--> ---> '''Adam:''' This is the show. It's, like, 4 minutes of science, and then 10 minutes of me hurting myself.

-->'''Adam:''' (surveying CD-ROM shrapnel embedded in ballistics gel blocks) Look -- it's embedded two inches into his flesh! That's bad!
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-->'''Adam:''' (surveying --->'''Adam:''' *''surveying CD-ROM shrapnel embedded in ballistics gel blocks) blocks''* Look -- it's embedded two inches into his flesh! That's bad!

-->'''Adam:''' (seeing that the GFCI switch on a hairdryer has not tripped in the tub) What kind of ground-fault interruption is ''this''! It's ''pumping water''! [[CaptainObvious I would say that's bad]]!
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-->'''Adam:''' (seeing --->'''Adam:''' *''seeing that the GFCI switch on a hairdryer has not tripped in the tub) tub''* What kind of ground-fault interruption is ''this''! It's ''pumping water''! [[CaptainObvious I would say that's bad]]!

* ArtifactTitle: The Mythbusters rarely test actual myths anymore. A lot of the "myths" they test in later seasons are just seeing if movie[=/=]show[=/=]video game physics could possibly work in real life. Granted, this is inevidable since there was only so many non-"Bigfoot" myths they could test before they ran out, but still. Some episodes starting with season ten have outright started referring to them as ''tropes'' instead of myths.
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* ArtifactTitle: The Mythbusters rarely test actual myths anymore. A lot of the "myths" they test in In its later seasons are just seeing if movie[=/=]show[=/=]video game physics could possibly work in real life. Granted, this is inevidable since there was only so many non-"Bigfoot" myths they could test before they ran out, but still. seasons, as the show began to run out of myths, urban legends, and sayings to test, it became increasingly focused on testing movie special effects and visual tropes. Some episodes starting with season ten have outright started referring to them as ''tropes'' instead of myths.

** A sailboat can, in fact, be propelled forward by blowing a giant fan into the sail. But simply pointing the fan backwards works so much better.
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** A sailboat can, in fact, be propelled forward by blowing a giant fan into the sail. But sail...but simply pointing the fan backwards works so much better.

* BadassDriver: Both Jamie and Adam are coming close, if they haven't hit this trope already. They've had enough specialized driving instruction for various myths that when they tested whether driving in high heels was inherently more dangerous (due to lack of control), they needed a fairly extreme driving course to give themselves a challenge.
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* BadassDriver: BadassDriver: ** Both Jamie and Adam are coming close, if they haven't hit this trope already. They've had enough specialized driving instruction for various myths that when they tested whether driving in high heels was inherently more dangerous (due to lack of control), they needed a fairly extreme driving course to give themselves a challenge.

* BadassLongcoat: Adam during [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xpo18cjoYcg#t=1m35s Dumpster Diving]].
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* BadassLongcoat: Adam during In the [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xpo18cjoYcg#t=1m35s Dumpster Diving]].Diving]] episode, Adam wore a long black coat reminiscent of something out of ''Franchise/TheMatrix''.

* BambooTechnology: Part and parcel of some myths, and occasionally merges with SteamPunk. They've had to test myths of plans for UsefulNotes/AmericanCivilWar era rockets and even a steam powered machine gun. Invoked literally on the ''Series/MacGyver'' special where they built a lightweight plane out of bamboo, garbage bags, duct tape and a cement mixer motor. While it did roll on the ground just fine, it plummeted straight down as it rolled off a cliff to attempt liftoff. There's also the ''[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hwacha Hwacha!!!]]''
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* BambooTechnology: Part and parcel of some myths, and occasionally merges with SteamPunk. They've had to test myths of plans for UsefulNotes/AmericanCivilWar era rockets and even a steam powered machine gun. gun. ** Invoked literally on the ''Series/MacGyver'' special where they built a lightweight plane out of bamboo, garbage bags, duct tape and a cement mixer motor. While it did roll on the ground just fine, it plummeted straight down as it rolled off a cliff to attempt liftoff. There's also the ** The ''[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hwacha Hwacha!!!]]''Hwacha!!!]]'', a missile battery for large firework-powered bamboo ballistae.

* BeamOWar: Done with a Flamethrower vs. a heavy duty Fire Extinguisher. Actual myth: Busted. Results: Awesome.
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* BeamOWar: Done with a Flamethrower flamethrower vs. a heavy duty Fire Extinguisher.fire extinguisher. Actual myth: Busted. Results: Awesome.

** The premise is to deconstruct this. They find out what really is possible and what is not.
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** The premise of the show is to deconstruct this. They find out what really is possible and what is not.

* BillBillJunkBill: In the Minimyths episode when their coconut arrives by mail, Adam goes through the postage in this manner. Except with a coconut instead of 'Junk'.
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* BillBillJunkBill: In the Minimyths episode when their coconut arrives by mail, Adam goes through the postage in this manner. Except manner, except with a coconut instead of 'Junk'.

-->'''Adam:''' "Where are we?"\\ '''Jamie:''' [[MathematiciansAnswer "We're right here."]]
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-->'''Adam:''' "Where Where are we?"\\ we?\\ '''Jamie:''' [[MathematiciansAnswer "We're We're right here."]]]]

-->'''Tory:''' His stomach is ''inside'' his helmet! * BoringButPractical: Turns out, in a myth testing how to light a room with directed light and mirrors, that all Jamie has to do is step into the beam with a crisp white shirt. It lights the room nearly four times as brightly as any of their other methods.
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-->'''Tory:''' --->'''Tory:''' His stomach is ''inside'' his helmet! * BoringButPractical: BoringButPractical: ** Turns out, in a myth testing how to light a room with directed light and mirrors, that all Jamie has to do is step into the beam with a crisp white shirt. It lights the room nearly four times as brightly as any of their other methods.

** The sword-swinging robot. It's just a swinging pneumatic arm with a clamp to hold a sword. The sheer number of myths the Mythbusters have repurposed it for is absolutely incredible.
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** The sword-swinging robot. It's just a swinging pneumatic arm with a clamp to hold a sword. The sheer number of myths the Mythbusters [=MythBusters=] have repurposed re-purposed it for is absolutely incredible.

* BreakingTheFourthWall: During "Cannonball Chemistry", Tory, Grant, and Kari address the audience directly at the beginning of the episode, and again when they reach the "where did that cannonball just go?" point in the original filming. (See GoneHorriblyWrong below).
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* BreakingTheFourthWall: BreakingTheFourthWall: ** During "Cannonball Chemistry", Tory, Grant, and Kari address the audience directly at the beginning of the episode, and again when they reach the "where did that cannonball just go?" point in the original filming. (See GoneHorriblyWrong below).

--> '''Pilot''': (''while cruising at 70,000 feet'') What do you think about landing after this commercial break?
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--> ---> '''Pilot''': (''while *''while cruising at 70,000 feet'') feet''* What do you think about landing after this commercial break?

--->'''Adam:''' WHOA! (in quiet, timid-ish voice) Okay... is everybody okay?\\
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--->'''Adam:''' WHOA! (in *''in quiet, timid-ish voice) voice''* Okay... is everybody okay?\\

--> '''Adam:''' This is the show. It's, like, 4 minutes of science, and then 10 minutes of me hurting myself.
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--> ---> '''Adam:''' This is the show. It's, like, 4 minutes of science, and then 10 minutes of me hurting myself.

* CarpetOfVirility: In all but one of his [[ShirtlessScene shirtless scenes]], Jamie displays his. (The exception was the ''Goldfinger'' painted-with-latex myth, for which Jamie had to shave everything below the neck.) Tory has one as well.
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* CarpetOfVirility: In all but one of his [[ShirtlessScene shirtless scenes]], {{Shirtless Scene}}s, Jamie displays his. (The exception was the ''Goldfinger'' painted-with-latex myth, for which Jamie had to shave everything below the neck.) Tory has one as well.

* ChekhovsGun: Probably an unintentional example in the "Fire vs. Ice" episode. In the beginning, Adam is using a fire extinguisher to put out Jamie's homemade flamethrower, which appears as a cloud of dark blue gas to the thermal camera and covers the heat from the fire. This is the same method that the Build Team uses to obscure warm bodies from a heat-seeking camera in ''their'' myth later in the same episode.
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* ChekhovsGun: ChekhovsGun: ** Probably an unintentional example in the "Fire vs. Ice" episode. In the beginning, Adam is using a fire extinguisher to put out Jamie's homemade flamethrower, which appears as a cloud of dark blue gas to the thermal camera and covers the heat from the fire. This is the same method that the Build Team uses to obscure warm bodies from a heat-seeking camera in ''their'' myth later in the same episode.

--> '''Adam:''' ''(beat)'' Do we have some of that here? Is it under "D" or "U"?
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--> '''Adam:''' ''(beat)'' *''beat''* Do we have some of that here? Is it under "D" or "U"?

*** [[LampshadeHanging Lampshaded]] in ''Duct Tape Canyon''; Jamie packed suitcases full of duct tape and bubble wrap for a drive to a [=VIP=] reception.
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*** [[LampshadeHanging Lampshaded]] {{Lampshade|Hanging}}d in ''Duct Tape Canyon''; Jamie packed suitcases full of duct tape and bubble wrap for a drive to a [=VIP=] reception.

** Grant has a speaking role in the SeriesFinale of Series/{{Eureka}}.
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** Grant has a speaking role in the SeriesFinale of Series/{{Eureka}}.''Series/{{Eureka}}''.

--> '''Alton Brown:''' (While lying underneath a car and poking at the engine) "[[Film/DieHard "Come out to the coast, we'll have some fun]]..."
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--> '''Alton Brown:''' (While *''while lying underneath a car and poking at the engine) engine''* "[[Film/DieHard "Come out to the coast, we'll have some fun]]..."

---> '''Tory:''' This is the hardest wood I've ever worked with. ''(winks to the camera)''
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---> '''Tory:''' This is the hardest wood I've ever worked with. ''(winks *''winks to the camera)''camera''*

** Sort of. When the series started, Adam had a goatee and short buzz cut, and sometimes had his head completely shaved (especially after the ''Film/{{Goldfinger}}'' myth which required him to shave his ''entire body'' and the Exploding Cellphone myth which singed off his eyebrow and a chunk of his hair). Now, he has medium-length hair and almost a full beard.
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** Sort of. When the series started, Adam had a goatee and short buzz cut, and sometimes had his head completely shaved (especially after the ''Film/{{Goldfinger}}'' myth which required him to shave his ''entire body'' and the Exploding Cellphone myth which singed off his eyebrow and a chunk of his hair). Now, he has As he's gotten older, he's generally gone for medium-length hair and almost a full beard.

--> '''Adam''': "Anticlimactically enough, I believe I've disabled the entire mechanism by removing this simple pin."
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--> ---> '''Adam''': "Anticlimactically Anticlimactically enough, I believe I've disabled the entire mechanism by removing this simple pin."

** Few myths have been quite as revolting to watch as the human earwax candle, in part because of the nauseated reactions of the cast and crew (especially Grant, who nearly threw up).
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** Few myths have been quite as revolting to watch as the human earwax candle, in part because of the nauseated reactions of the cast and crew (especially Grant, who nearly threw up). Grant has mentioned in a promo that he'll never forget the horrible smell of the earwax burning.

** Few myths have During a promo, Tori mentioned that the refrigerator truck that was storing the ingredients for "Meat Man" had been quite as revolting to watch as the human earwax candle, in part because of the nauseated reactions of the cast turned off overnight, and crew (especially Grant, who nearly threw up).that he had to build it using spoiled meat.

** Adam attempts to use a smoke bomb of Jamie's design to get revenge on Kari and Tory for their [[WhatTheHellHero Baghdad Batteries stunt.]] He fails miserably, and winds up being chased off with a fire extinguisher.
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** Adam attempts to use a smoke bomb of Jamie's design to get revenge on Kari and Tory for their [[WhatTheHellHero Baghdad Batteries stunt.]] stunt]]. He fails miserably, and winds up being chased off with a fire extinguisher.

* TemptingFate: One example of this happens while preparing to retest "Knock Your Socks Off". They need to see whether socks come off a smooth leg easier than a hairy leg, and to that end Tory is having one of his legs waxed. -->'''Kari''': ''(applying the wax)'' How's that feel?\\
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* TemptingFate: TemptingFate: ** One example of this happens while preparing to retest "Knock Your Socks Off". They need to see whether socks come off a smooth leg easier than a hairy leg, and to that end Tory is having one of his legs waxed. -->'''Kari''': --->'''Kari''': ''(applying the wax)'' How's that feel?\\

-->'''Adam''': Are you sure there's a bullet in there?\\
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-->'''Adam''': --->'''Adam''': Are you sure there's a bullet in there?\\

-->'''Adam''': Okay, we'd better start paying atten- *bang*
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-->'''Adam''': --->'''Adam''': Okay, we'd better start paying atten- *bang*
30th Dec '15 8:03:39 PM hullflyer
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** Adam has said in interviews that in the editing room, pretty much anything that makes Jaime laugh is going to be aired.
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* AcousticLicense: In one episode they take on the infamous freefall conversation scene from ''Film/PointBreak'' by having another skydiver try to tell Grant a "pull my finger" joke during freefall. The joke was completely inaudible, proving the movie played the trope very, very straight.
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* AcousticLicense: In one episode they take on the infamous freefall conversation scene from ''Film/PointBreak'' ''Film/PointBreak1991'' by having another skydiver try to tell Grant a "pull my finger" joke during freefall. The joke was completely inaudible, proving the movie played the trope very, very straight.
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