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  • 1.
  • 2. Information
    MythBusters is a show that exists for showing myths and seeing if they’re possible or not.
    When possible the MythBusters will also include as many explosions as they can.
  • 3. Characters
    Adam Savage and Jamie Hyneman are the original MythBusters, and initially explored all the myths on the show using their common background in special effects. The two work at Hyneman's effects workshop, M5 Industries; they make use of his staff, though they often work off-screen. One, of the show's gimmicks is the interaction between Savage and Hyneman, which is similar to a double act.
    As the series progressed, some members of Hyneman's staff were introduced to the audience and began to regularly appear in episodes. Three such members, artist Kari Byron, builder Tory Belleci and metal-worker Scottie Chapman, split off in the second season to form a second team of MythBusters, dubbed the "Build Team". After Chapman left the show for personal reasons during the third season, Grant Imahara, a colleague of Hyneman, was brought in to round out the team with his electrical and robotics experience. The Build Team now works at its own workshop, called M7,investigating separate myths from the original duo.
  • 4. Focus of The Show
    Each MythBusters episode typically focuses on several urban legends, popular beliefs, Internet rumors, or other myths. The list of myths tested by the show is compiled from many sources, including the personal experiences of cast and crew, as well as fan suggestions, such as those posted on The Discovery Channel online MythBusters forums.Occasionally, episodes are produced in which some or all of the myths are related by theme, and occasionally these are dubbed as "[Theme] Special" episodes. As of May 2009, four myths have required such extensive preparation and testing that they had entire episodes devoted solely to them,] and four specials have been double-length.
  • 5. The Myths Can Only BE
    BUSTED
    Or PLASIBLE
    Busted Means they can’t do the Myth or they made it but does not fit the stats of the said Mythand then it is later blown up, or still used in a destructive way.Plausible mean the Myth is possible and is STILL used in a hilarious, yet destructive way.
  • 6. Things you will always see
    In Mythbusters they will constantly use the following items:
    Ballistics Gel
    TNT
    Dynamite
    Dummies with painted faces on them
    And More TNT and Dynamite
  • 7. Sources
    http://www.answers.com/topic/mythbusters#Cast
    http://www.answers.com/topic/adam-savage
    http://www.answers.com/topic/jamie-hyneman#MythBusters
  • 8. FINENDDONE
    ANDGOODBYE