Join the MythBusters team as they crack a host of holiday hype. Could reindeer really help Santa fly? What's the best way to keep all the needles on your Christmas tree? Also, find out how much yodeling it actually takes to start an avalanche.
Did hydrogen really cause the Hindenburg fire? Meanwhile Kari, Tory and Grant test the saying: "If you're being chased by a crocodile, run in a zig-zag, because crocs can't turn corners at speed."
Are cannonballs more deadly than the splinters sprayed from a mighty broadside blast? Why would a pirate wear a patch over a perfectly good eye?
Can you escape a submerged car? Is it possible to fold an 8"x11" piece of paper in half more than seven times? On the flip side, can the team create a piece of paper that's the size of a football field?
Can a driver beat a speed camera by speeding faster than they can click? How about using license plate protectors or changing lanes? Can a defibrillator's volts shock more than a heart?