|heyitslozeau - 2008-09-27 |
This was a myth?
They stopped busting actual myths like about after the third or fourth episode of the second season. You just have to kind of accept that and watch them do cool stuff. Oh you also have to accept tons of boring-ass build-team filler.
Problem is, a lot of urban legends are nonfalsifiable-- there's lots of oddities in the horror tale of The Hook but there's no real way to come up with a testable hypothesis about it.
|Camonk - 2008-09-27 |
I wish they'd gone into a little more on the launch, which I've wondered exactly how to do and make look cool, but you know, whatever.
|Knuckles - 2008-09-27 |
This was neat.
|Cena_mark - 2008-09-27 |
The only myth they'll never bust is the myth that Adam and Jamie are gay.
I suppose the hot, snotty tears of knowing they'd never get within 10 feet of your balloon knot makes good lube, eh?
|badideasinaction - 2008-09-28 |
I'm guessing step one of this mythbusting was calling a stunt coordinator and being told "you can do that, no probelm", but I guess that wouldn't make for good television to confirm it.
|Zhou Fang - 2008-09-28 |
This makes me miss Movie Magic :(
|Frank Rizzo - 2008-09-28 |
this show stopped being cool after the 4th episode.
they make some of the lamest "jump to conclusions" ever and over simplify a lot of shit.
Well, it IS made for American viewers.
|RockBolt - 2009-06-10 |
I'll be damned
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