Category : Epic Episodes
We found a strange portal into a world of fog vortexes. Note: Many bubbles were harmed in the making of this video.
We give the classic game the slow motion treatment.
We’re celebrating July 4th in style with fireworks and a cookout – all at once. Happy birthday America!
How many cars does it take to look awesome in slow motion? Just one.
What’s better than breaking an egg in slow motion? Breaking an ostrich egg. With explosives.
We created a giant stencil using balloons, five gallons of paint, and a two-story drop.
When you have a leaf blower and a high speed camera, there’s not much else to do except aim it at your face.
Snorting pepper to induce sneezing is not so fun, but adding in some powdery goodness to the mix made it all worthwhile.
We grabbed our guitar, lit it on fire, and smashed it to pieces. Jimi Hendrix would be proud.
Our little blender withstood everything we threw at it. Soda can? Check. Hot dogs? Check. Light bulbs? Check. Lid off? Absolutely.
Yes, the fly was already dead. Regardless, this may still be slightly gross. Note: the use of “slightly” here depends entirely on your tolerance level.
If you thought gargling was gross before, wait until you see it up close and in slow motion.
What do you do with 1500 bouncy balls and a high speed camera? Anything you want to.
Watching Jell-O bounce around is pretty mesmerizing, but the real fun started for us when we resorted to throwing it at each other’s faces.
Today Zach is getting his arm hair ripped out, just for the sake of slow motion. Good thing we got it in one take.
Few things are more satisfying than taking a sledgehammer to a ringing alarm clock.
Doing the classic soda and Mentos experiment upside-down makes for some sticky, wet, and fun bottle rockets – in that order.
Making gigantic bubbles is awesome. Watching them burst in slow motion is even better.
Brittney hates the unexpected sound of a popping balloon, so naturally Zach forced her to pop one in her own face.
Remember that childhood game of catching coins off your elbow? Turns out, it’s a lot more fun to watch in slow motion when we miss.