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Everybody has been forwarding it to me and people out on the road have been suggesting it. Are there other types of myths that you no longer want to do? ” But electricity is incredibly difficult to work with, televisually.
When people get electrocuted, they don’t have smoke coming out of their ears like movies would lead you to be believe. So at this point I have an embargo on electricity stories.
We have a researcher, Eric, who is just a genius at finding things that should be impossible to find.
When we needed 60,000 ping pong balls to raise a boat from the bottom of Monterey Bay, he found us 60,000 for free.
It’s very difficult to find things that are about to be destroyed.
We ended up building our two houses out at a landfill. Then, of course, we had to make a Homer—this was the first time we made a non-human crash-test dummy because Homer is human, but he’s also a cartoon character, which means his proportions are totally not human.
We’ve turned down just gobs of money to not do that because we have our integrity. That means, ultimately, the conflict between us is relatively minor. I used to have snakes years ago—Jamie and I both did, weirdly enough. I didn’t see the specs on the suit he built but it gave me confidence that it could be used with impunity. Like I said, we’re always trying to figure out different places to take the show.
And not only is it minor, but when someone is always checking and challenging your work, it brings an integrity to the work when you’re going to have to defend the way you want to do something. You mentioned rejecting offers to “bust” product myths. One of our producers did a segment with Kari, Grant, and Tory about pyramid power—”Will placing your shaving razor underneath the pyramid actually keep it sharp? With anything that falls into that realm, you’re trying to prove a negative because you can’t ever have a control against which you can measure anything.
In all of California, and we expanded our search to Oregon, Arizona, and Nevada, and really couldn’t.
fans, here are the answers to your long-simmering questions: What’s the deal with those cast departures? How long will Imahara, Kari Byron and Tory Belleci were exiting the show.
How will the show’s format change now that co-hosts Adam Savage and Jamie Hyneman are on their own? Sources say the departures were the result of a salary renegotiation with the supporting cast.
Keep in mind that a show’s talent cost tends to rise each year, and the 11-year-old were a cop drama on CBS, some characters would have been “written out” years ago by financial necessity.) In this case, the departures were also viewed as a creative opportunity to refresh the show.
“We were very keen for [Imahara, Byron and Belleci] to be a part of the show, we are massive fans of theirs, and what they did over 10 years was phenomenal,” Tapster says. But it gave us the opportunity to reinvent the show, which it kind of needed.” The new season, which premieres Jan.