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Wilson and Sousa test common household warnings by doing exactly what each warning says not to do. They survive the series premiere despite setting off fireworks indoors, building and using a walk-in microwave oven, heating canned goods... (19:38)
Hosts Norm Sousa and Teddy Wilson add an explosive twist to the sport of skeet shooting, try to invent a faster way to paint a room and in their final experiment of the season, learn why you should never, ever introduce a spark when you smell a gas leak in the house.
Hosts Norm Sousa and Teddy Wilson attempt to build an in-ground hot tub with explosives, use glow sticks to try and create the world’s biggest night light and attempt to remove an entire exterior wall of the house. They also learn why piñatas can be destructive and find out why knocking over a propane tank without a regulator should be avoided at all costs.
Hosts Teddy Wilson & Norm Sousa invent a dangerous new way to cook using cooking spray, try out destructive new ways to win a food fight & find a very messy new way to whip cream. Also: why you should never, ever mix water and hot oil.
Hosts Norm Sousa and Teddy Wilson try gardening with explosives, build a DIY home alarm and discover that the fastest way to move a piano isn’t necessarily the best. Also in this episode: A fiery twist is added to the sport of indoor bowling and Appliance Death Match concludes with a thrilling three-way final.
Hosts Teddy Wilson and Norm Sousa learn why overinflating tires isn’t wise, experiment – again – using explosives for a home reno project and attempt to move furniture with dry ice. Also in this episode: Is beer flowing from the faucets really possible? And how much damage could a bathroom flood really cause?
Host Norm Sousa and Teddy Wilson find out why explosives are rarely used in cooking or interior design. Round three of Appliance Death Match pits Waffle Maker against Rice Cooker and a full-size remote control car puts Norm in the back seat with Teddy at the wheel.
Hosts Teddy Wilson and Norm Sousa discover why driving with open gasoline containers in the back of the car is a no-no. Also: how to keep a barbecue lit in the rain, how to cook with a dishwasher, why parents don’t want you jumping on the bed and why overfilling your waterbed is a bad idea.
Hosts Norm Sousa and Teddy Wilson play with fire – first in a race to light a fuse without a match, then trying to light candles from across the living room. They also try adding heavy objects to a washing machine’s spin cycle, study the effects of indoor motocross and find out why firefighters are really scared of oxygen fires
Rainy day boredom inspires hosts Teddy Wilson and Norm Sousa to try indoor target practice with a crossbow and indoor grilling with a charcoal barbecue. They also experiment with converting the hot water heater into a coffee maker and discover why propane-filled balloons aren’t as fun as they sound.
Hosts Norm Sousa and Teddy Wilson try heating a bottle of champagne in the microwave, use chemistry to add a sunroof to Teddy’s car and wager on which is the more crafty vermin: indoor mice or outdoor raccoons? A lawnmower is put to bad use indoors in the segment Home Renos with Teddy, and Norm treats his co-host to a meal made entirely in the laundry room in Cooking with Norm.
Hosts Teddy Wilson and Norm Sousa experiment with rockets to speed up the slow process of drying laundry, try cooking with space heaters, play indoor golf and demonstrate why deep-frying frozen foods is a bad idea. Also in this episode: Round one of Appliance Death Match: Toaster vs. Popcorn Maker.
Wilson and Sousa ignore the “never play with your food” warning and test which foods are most flammable. Then they move on to test other warnings, including: “never play baseball indoors,” “never cook eggs in their shell in the microwave,” and the biggie “never play with electricity.” They also demonstrate why making illegal moonshine is so dangerous.
Wilson and Sousa test common household warnings by doing exactly what each warning says not to do. They survive the series premiere despite setting off fireworks indoors, building and using a walk-in microwave oven, heating canned goods directly on the stove, and tossing a propane-filled cooking canister into a fire.