Cartoon Network for "CN Real" in 2009. It and fellow show Destroy Build Destroy were both cancelled on September 21, 2011, making them both the longest-running "CN Real" shows.The show attempted to be a kids' version of MythBusters, only they don't deal with myths, old wives' tales, or things kids might actually ask. Instead, they're usually given a question and then use it as an excuse to do "wacky" hijinks, à la Jackass - for example, what sticks to peanut butter on an inclined surface longer (one of the substances they used in testing was more peanut butter), if covering a piano in deflated basketballs would make it bounce, or what would happen if you popped the world's biggest zit (which they "solved" by filling a punching bag with cream and dropping it off a building).Yeah...needless to say, it's not considered a very novel series to say the least, but regardless, it wound up outlasting the other shows on the CN Real block and was Adored by the Network for a while.
This show provides examples of:
- Food and Animal Attraction: In one episode, one of the guys dresses as a carrot to lure a horse.
- Never Trust a Trailer: They would often try to pass this off as some kind of kid-friendly science show (basically a MythBusters ripoff), when in reality it's "doing stupid stuff for the sake of it" (basically a Jackass ripoff).
- Surfer Dude: They seem to be trying to go for this, anyway.
- Totally Radical: The title says it all. The guys don't talk like people.