Adam and Jamie test the feasibility of gadgets seen in James Bond films; try to determine if lead balloons can fly; and find out what happens to a steak when it is tenderised with an explosive blast.
The boys determine if it is possible to slip on a banana skin; conduct an experiment inspired by a video-sharing website; and confirm whether it is possible to swim as fast in syrup as in water.
The boys compare the effectiveness of stone and wooden weapons; discover how easy it really is to take candy from a baby; and test the merits of a famous assassination attempt.
Adam and Jamie test the effectiveness of spy masks; examine the destructive force of blue ice; and find out if it is possible to walk on water.
Adam and Jamie find out if motorcycles are more efficient than cars; investigate if humans can walk a straight line blindfolded; and try to patch up a damaged plane using duct tape.
The boys pit a fire extinguisher against a flame thrower; explore if square wheels can produce a smooth ride at high speeds; and find out if driving in stiletto heels is dangerous.
Adam and Jamie discover if it is possible to run and jump to safety from a rope bridge as it collapse; investigate if people can really smell fear; and test whether stone cannonballs can do damage like their cast iron counterparts.
The boys examine stunts from the Star Wars films; find out if hooch can power a car; and test zombie myths with 'The Walking Dead's' Michael Rooker.
This season Jamie and Adam will investigate the homemade machine gun from the Breaking Bad finale, fan favorite video games, laser blasters from Star Wars and more to show what's real and what's fiction.