Banter provided by Cad and Leis
(Updated 28 Jan 06)
Really Bad Signs That 'MythBusters' Is Out of Good Myths to Bust
They are down to two myths, and can't decide between investigating the flow-thru tea bag, or proving that celebrities really can dance. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
To solve the “Refrigerator Light” myth, Jamie donned SCUBA gear, wrapped himself in foil and camped in a freezer for 48 hours. (email@example.com) Well, the body heat generated because David Blaine was in there with him....ewwwww...no....even I can't subject Jamie to Blaine.
In Episode 4512 they demonstrate that a person CAN actually walk and chew gum at the same time. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
They've incorporated the tag-line: "On a very special Myth Busters." (email@example.com) The Facts...of Life...or Fiction? Okay okay...I'll stop now.
The only "Furies" they deal with these days are old Plymouths in their parking lot... (firstname.lastname@example.org)
When they end up on "Crock Hunter" and try to prove he has a measurable IQ. (email@example.com) I wonder how many decimal points they had to round to?
They try to prove that “He who smelt it” really “Dealt it”. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
That last "How Many Licks Does It Take To Get To The Center Of A Tootsie Pop?" entry is one hell of a red flag! (email@example.com) Oh they are teaming up with the Food Channel for a whole new spin-off show I hear...or um...is that just a MYTH? Jamie...Adam...here's a new one for ya!
Little kids might appreciate it, but looking for monsters under beds? (DaphnetheRed@yahoo.com)
An episode devoted to see if you can actually get high from second hand pot smoke and then what food you crave when you get "the munchies". (Cantw82paint@Aol.com) Uh...leftovers?
They devoted half of each show to checking in the "If you keep making that face, it's gonna stay that way forever" myth. (firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com)
Less filling...Tastes great. (they strip and fight in a tub of latex) (firstname.lastname@example.org) Followed by, "How many drinks DOES it take before my beer goggles kick in?" Then Adam drinks a whole vat of red ballistics gel...man, that one was great!
They just proved that HumorMeOnline winners are picked randomly. (email@example.com)
They re-visit the "Does size matter?" myth for the fourth time. (DLivermore2002@yahoo.com) Geez people it was for that 'shooting various-sized caliber bullets into water' episode.
The latest myth - we still have sponsors for this show... (firstname.lastname@example.org)
They seriously investigate why Adam does not have a belly button. (Electronicwaffle@yahoo.com) Hey, I've seen Adam nearly naked in every other episode the first season...that myth's been BUSTED.
The “Does Tapping the Top of a Coke Keep it From Spewing” episode shouldn't have required two labs, four scientists and an entire hour to resolve. (email@example.com)
And there you have it folks. Proof that a watched pot will, eventually come to a boil. (firstname.lastname@example.org) Next week they try it with the frog in it.
They're changing their name to "Rumors That are Circulating Around the Office-Busters." (email@example.com)
Best they could do this week was "Does she or doesn't she?" I don't even know what that means. (LouMizzou@yahoo.com) This question will haunt me to my grave. Thanks!
The “How Many Ping-Pong Balls to ‘SINK’ a Ship” episode blew their entire budget for the 2006 Season. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
You have no idea how long an hour can be until you've watched Jamie try and solve a Rubik's cube. (email@example.com) Uh...yeah I do...I watched that episode where they try to catch things on fire with ice and the bottoms of soda cans.
Yes, right next to the girl in the corner who tried to warn me that it would turn into...well, you KNOW...
Next on MythBusters: The Ballroom Blitz - Was there really a man at the back who said, 'Everyone Attack'? (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Awwww...c'mon guys...can the extra four plus people helping you out and get back to just the two of you like it was in the beginning...
The Television Curse: "Is it possible for a show to go from brilliant to almost unwatchable drivel in two seasons?" (Result: Confirmed) (DLivermore2002@yahoo.com)