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There is no Next Episode of What Could Possibly Go Wrong? planned.
Things get explosive when Kevin & Grant push the physics of flight to build the ultimate Trash Can Rocket! TV parts, the Sun's power and ingenuity produce a Solar Powered Death Ray. Fenders bend when the guys try to execute a perfect Power Slide.
Kevin & Grant hit the streets to make the fastest Motorized Trike! They turn a childhood game into a risky test of distance and accuracy with their Uber Water Slide. The rapid-fire action of a Meatball Gatling Gun takes culinary arts to a new level.
While examining the principles of armor design, Grant and Kevin challenge each other to lawnmower jousting for backyard glory; the guys try a water-, shock- and bullet-resistant cell phone case.
Kevin and Grant put their skills to the test when building a homemade hovercraft capable of crossing land and sea; getting a merry-go-round to produce Top Gun G-forces.
Kevin & Grant try to reach 30 mph riding an makeshift Rocket Skateboard; a Catapult built from scraps is used in for a basketball shooting competition; Kevin believes the power of buoyancy will float a 400 lb Concrete Canoe.
Kevin & Grant try to survive a 30mph ride through rough terrain in their Off-Road Soap Box Racers. The classic homemade Volcano gets supersized into a 3-stage eruption. Aerodynamics and a 46-year old gridiron record are challenged by a Football Cannon.
Grant and Kevin soar to new heights with a Giant Paper Airplane that can fly over two hundred yards! They try to stop a moving car with no brakes using their James Bond Car Brake. And they use pneumatics to create the Ultimate Beer Delivery.
Kevin and Grant tackle three audacious summer-themed projects. Can they make a 400-pound canoe float? Can you stop a speeding car without its brakes? Will the guys discover a beer trick that will make your summer cookout the party of the season.
Kevin and Grant turn a blast of air into a massive ring of fire when they build a Vortex Cannon. They use magnets, superconductors, and quantum physics to send a Levitating Racer around a track. And make a frosty Bulletproof Glass mug to hold their beer.
Kevin and Grant tackle three fast-and-furious summer-themed projects. How fast can a skateboard travel? Can they build the ultimate Slip'N Slide? What happens when you bring a motorcycle to a playground and create the world's scariest merry-go-round.
Kevin and Grant build a monster golf cart and do some extreme golfing. They become science superheroes and engineer a way to scale a 50-foot wall. And they turn power tools into drag racing monsters and hit dangerously high speeds.
Kevin and Grant build a homemade hydrofoil capable of hitting top speeds. Can they make it go so fast it glides over the water? The guys also learn if you can cook a steak with music, and whether they can build a table that can withstand an earthquake.
Dragster go kart; homemade night vision goggles; remote control bowling ball.
Kevin and Grant create a submarine and see if they can survive at the bottom of a pool; supersize wind-up cars; see how duct tape can stop a bullet.