Mythbusters on Craig Ferguson

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Nov. 3 2009 1:30 PM

Mythbusters on Craig Ferguson

Well, not literally, though that would be really amusing.

Jamie Hyneman and My Close Personal Friend Adam Savage™ were on the always-hilarious Late Night with Craig Ferguson show a little while back, and the video is on YouTube (note: somewhat NSFW dialogue):

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Did you hear what Adam mentioned roughly six minutes in? The JREF! Woohoo! Adam is great about donating stuff from Mythbusters to the JREF so we can auction it off to raise money, and that particular gift was pretty special. Rarefied, you might say.

And, thanks to Greg Fish, I can add this:

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Yer darn tootin'.

[Get it? Tootin'! Hahahaha!]

Image from ROFLRazzi.

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