Very large text size Natalie Craig finds that Mythbusters moves people in mysterious ways. WHAT drives two grown men to fire rockets made of salami? Is it the pursuit of scientific truth? Is it a noble quest for human improvement, understanding and moral enlightenment?
That's right, we said it. All shows need a big personality to attract fans, and Jamie Hyneman's personality just wasn't that big. Or at least, that's how he was portrayed for pretty much the entire 13 seasons that the groundbreaking MythBusters was on the air. Episodes typically progressed something like this:
Mythbusters duo would ‘like to never work together again’. So why do they have a new TV show?
If you've never seen it, hosts Adam Savage and Jamie Hyneman use their years of special effects experience to scientifically put urban legends to the test-- and blow up a lot of stuff in the process. I recently had the pleasure of speaking with Maker of Things and Buster of Myths: We covered lots of ground including the birth of the show, feeling famous, gay fan mail and lots more The following is Part One of our talk
I'm worried that one day he is going to have a stroke right on the show! Neither Jamie's bio at m5industries. I believe the sole reference to this comes from an on air comment from Adam Savage.
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