Never Ever Do This At Home, Discovery – Episode 1
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.
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.
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