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* DontTryThisAtHome: Try it at their's instead. [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin But seriously, don't]].

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* DontTryThisAtHome: Try it at their's theirs instead. [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin But seriously, don't]].


A series on DiscoveryChannel Canada hosted by Teddy Wilson and Norm Sousa, adapted from a Norwegian series ("Ikke gjør dette hjemme", lit. ''Don't Do This at Home''). If anything, it is most likely a RefugeInAudacity for the mere idea of a show that [[Series/{{Mythbusters}} often has things exploding for the purpose of science]]. The show's intent is to literally show what would happen if you ''did'' [[DontTryThisAtHome try things at home when told not to do so]] (with a particular emphasis on ''why''), although it also features demonstrations of what would happen if you did not ReadTheFreakingManual and not use certain products in a correct and safe way, along with alternate (and often more dangerous) uses for other items like household appliances.

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A series on DiscoveryChannel Creator/DiscoveryChannel Canada hosted by Teddy Wilson and Norm Sousa, adapted from a Norwegian series ("Ikke gjør dette hjemme", lit. ''Don't Do This at Home''). If anything, it is most likely a RefugeInAudacity for the mere idea of a show that [[Series/{{Mythbusters}} often has things exploding for the purpose of science]]. The show's intent is to literally show what would happen if you ''did'' [[DontTryThisAtHome try things at home when told not to do so]] (with a particular emphasis on ''why''), although it also features demonstrations of what would happen if you did not ReadTheFreakingManual and not use certain products in a correct and safe way, along with alternate (and often more dangerous) uses for other items like household appliances.


Picked up by SpikeTV in the U.S.; it'll surely go well with ''Series/OneThousandWaysToDie''. A new season premiered in 2014.

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Picked up by SpikeTV Creator/SpikeTV in the U.S.; it'll surely go well with ''Series/OneThousandWaysToDie''. A new season premiered in 2014.
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Picked up by SpikeTV in the U.S.; it'll surely go well with ''Series/OneThousandWaysToDie''.

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Picked up by SpikeTV in the U.S.; it'll surely go well with ''Series/OneThousandWaysToDie''.
''Series/OneThousandWaysToDie''. A new season premiered in 2014.



* TrashTheSet: Literally. Every. Single. Episode. (their set is an old house)

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* TrashTheSet: Literally. Every. Single. Episode. (their set This is an old house)the ''explicit goal'' of the entire series; the houses were going to be demolished anyway, so why not go out in style? As such, this happens ''every single episode.''



** The second last episode ends with tearing the front wall of the house down. The last episode ends with them filling the house with gas and sparking it.
** The house in question, and the new one in the 2nd season, are both planned to be demolished, meaning TrashTheSet is the explicit ''goal'' of the show by the finale.

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** The second last episode of season 1 ends with tearing the front wall of the house down. The last episode ends with them filling the house with gas and sparking it.
** The house in question, and the new one in the 2nd season, are both planned to be demolished, meaning TrashTheSet is the explicit ''goal'' of the show by the finale.
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** Turning an entire room into a giant microwave by putting a lot of microwaves in it and lining it with aluminum foil.



** The Appliance Death Match segment involves a FreakyFridayFlip between pairs of appliances; such as deep frying in a coffee maker against making coffee in a deep fryer

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** Giving your car a Skylight........using Thermite.
** The Appliance Death Match segment involves a FreakyFridayFlip between pairs of appliances; such as deep frying in a coffee maker against making coffee in a deep fryerfryer.



** The second last episode ends with tearing the front wall of the house down. The last episode ends with them filling the house with gas and sparking it.

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** The second last episode ends with tearing the front wall of the house down. The last episode ends with them filling the house with gas and sparking it.it.
** The house in question, and the new one in the 2nd season, are both planned to be demolished, meaning TrashTheSet is the explicit ''goal'' of the show by the finale.


A series on DiscoveryChannel Canada hosted by Teddy Wilson and Norm Sousa, adapted from a Norwegian series. If anything, it is most likely a RefugeInAudacity for the mere idea of a show that [[Series/{{Mythbusters}} often has things exploding for the purpose of science]]. The show's intent is to literally show what would happen if you ''did'' [[DontTryThisAtHome try things at home when told not to do so]] (with a particular emphasis on ''why''), although it also features demonstrations of what would happen if you did not ReadTheFreakingManual and not use certain products in a correct and safe way, along with alternate (and often more dangerous) uses for other items like household appliances.

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A series on DiscoveryChannel Canada hosted by Teddy Wilson and Norm Sousa, adapted from a Norwegian series.series ("Ikke gjør dette hjemme", lit. ''Don't Do This at Home''). If anything, it is most likely a RefugeInAudacity for the mere idea of a show that [[Series/{{Mythbusters}} often has things exploding for the purpose of science]]. The show's intent is to literally show what would happen if you ''did'' [[DontTryThisAtHome try things at home when told not to do so]] (with a particular emphasis on ''why''), although it also features demonstrations of what would happen if you did not ReadTheFreakingManual and not use certain products in a correct and safe way, along with alternate (and often more dangerous) uses for other items like household appliances.


A series on DiscoveryChannel Canada hosted by Teddy Wilson and Norm Sousa, adapted from a Norwegian series. If anything, it is most likely a RefugeInAudacity for the mere idea of a show that [[{{Mythbusters}} often has things exploding for the purpose of science]]. The show's intent is to literally show what would happen if you ''did'' [[DontTryThisAtHome try things at home when told not to do so]] (with a particular emphasis on ''why''), although it also features demonstrations of what would happen if you did not ReadTheFreakingManual and not use certain products in a correct and safe way, along with alternate (and often more dangerous) uses for other items like household appliances.

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A series on DiscoveryChannel Canada hosted by Teddy Wilson and Norm Sousa, adapted from a Norwegian series. If anything, it is most likely a RefugeInAudacity for the mere idea of a show that [[{{Mythbusters}} [[Series/{{Mythbusters}} often has things exploding for the purpose of science]]. The show's intent is to literally show what would happen if you ''did'' [[DontTryThisAtHome try things at home when told not to do so]] (with a particular emphasis on ''why''), although it also features demonstrations of what would happen if you did not ReadTheFreakingManual and not use certain products in a correct and safe way, along with alternate (and often more dangerous) uses for other items like household appliances.


** The Appliance Death Match segment involves a FreakyFridayFlip between pairs of appliances; such as deep frying in a coffee maker against making coffee in a deep fryer.

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** Making coffee with the water heater. They take it further by making ''beer'' later.
** Making holes in the dirt for plants and a hot tub with explosives
** The Appliance Death Match segment involves a FreakyFridayFlip between pairs of appliances; such as deep frying in a coffee maker against making coffee in a deep fryer.fryer


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** They manage to wreck the ceilings of ''two'' rooms by doing stupid things in the rooms directly above, including sealing the bathroom so they could fill it with water, and using explosives to "move" a piano.


* TrashTheSet: Literally. Every. Single. Episode. (their set is an old house)

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* TrashTheSet: Literally. Every. Single. Episode. (their set is an old house)house)
** The second last episode ends with tearing the front wall of the house down. The last episode ends with them filling the house with gas and sparking it.


** Using space heaters to cook a ham.

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** Using space heaters to cook a ham.huge slab of beef.


A series on DiscoveryChannel Canada hosted by Teddy Wilson and Norm Sousa, adapted from a Norwegian series. If anything, it is most likely a RefugeInAudacity for the mere idea of a show that [[{{Mythbusters}} often has things exploding for the purpose of science]]. The show's intent is to literally show what would happen if you ''did'' [[DontTryThisAtHome try things at home when told not to do so]] (with a particular emphasis on ''why''), although it also features demonstrations of what would happen if you didn't follow the warning labels on certain products, along with alternate (and often more dangerous) uses for other items, like household appliances.

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A series on DiscoveryChannel Canada hosted by Teddy Wilson and Norm Sousa, adapted from a Norwegian series. If anything, it is most likely a RefugeInAudacity for the mere idea of a show that [[{{Mythbusters}} often has things exploding for the purpose of science]]. The show's intent is to literally show what would happen if you ''did'' [[DontTryThisAtHome try things at home when told not to do so]] (with a particular emphasis on ''why''), although it also features demonstrations of what would happen if you didn't follow the warning labels on did not ReadTheFreakingManual and not use certain products, products in a correct and safe way, along with alternate (and often more dangerous) uses for other items, items like household appliances.


* DontTryThisAtHome: Try it at ''their'' home instead! [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin But seriously, don't]].

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* DontTryThisAtHome: Try it at ''their'' home instead! their's instead. [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin But seriously, don't]].

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Picked up by SpikeTV in the U.S.; it'll surely go well with ''Series/OneThousandWaysToDie''.


* DontTryThisAtHome: Try it at ''their'' home instead!

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* DontTryThisAtHome: Try it at ''their'' home instead!instead! [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin But seriously, don't]].


* RefugeInAudacity: Just looking at the show, does it even ''feel'' like they have a purpose for doing this? Maybe.



* TitleDrop: Their actions are, in retrospect, often described as somewhat "you should never ever do at home."

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* TitleDrop: Their actions are, in retrospect, often described as somewhat something "you should never ever do at home."

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