Before 'Breaking Bad' came to dominate the whole of our lives, 'Mythbusters' rightly got the chance to put the science of Walter White to the test with a special surrounding the acclaimed AMC drama. Now that 'Breaking Bad' is dead and buried however, 'The Walking Dead' will be the next to rise with its own 'Mythbusters' spot this October, the first photos of which have emerged!
As part of the ongoing celebration of all things 'Breaking Bad,' the Discovery Channel's 'Mythbusters' finally aired the long-awaited episode in which the team tackled some of the most badass science happenings of the past five seasons. Series creator Vince Gilligan and Emmy-winning star Aaron Paul even got in on the fun, so which of Walter White's greatest chemical feats were put to the test? Find out by watching the full special right here!
We're guessing the folks at 'Mythbusters' watch a lot of AMC, but then again, who doesn't? After previously hosting an episode to feature various myths based on 'Breaking Bad,' 'Mythbusters' is preparing to bust some zombies by testing various aspects of zombie pop culture, 'The Walking Dead' style! Series star Michael Rooker will make a guest appearance in the zombified hour as well, hopefully keeping both his hands in tact, so check out the latest from 'Mythbusters' zombie special inside!
Yeah, Mr. Savage! Yeah, Mr. Hyneman! It what will surely turn out to be the news of the week (discounting that whole Disney 'Star Wars' thing), it seems that the science of 'Breaking Bad' will finally be put to the test, as 'Mythbusters' is set to tackle the AMC meth drama series in an upcoming episode. Series creator Vince Gilligan and star Aaron Paul will even take part in the episode, but which of 'Breaking Bad's infamous scientific scenes will the 'Mythbusters' put to the test?
It was a debate that had raged since 'Titanic' hit theaters 25 years ago: did Rose leave Jack to die by not letting him up on the board as they floated in the ocean. James Cameron maintains that the board would have only been big enough for one of them and Jack died valiantly, letting Rose live. Others argue that they could have at least tried to fit work it so both of them could have survived. But would it have actually worked? 'Mythbusters' to the rescue!
If you were like us, it probably took every ounce of restraint not to scream at the theater screen when Jack sacrificed himself and let Rose have that door-raft all to herself in 'Titanic.' There was totally enough room on that raft for both of them! James Cameron says that's not so, and he's teaming up with the 'Mythbusters' to prove it.