It is sad, but something that had to happen someday. This month was the very last episode of Myth Busters. As terrible as it is that our favorite science TV show is over, they went off with a bang. The final season was filled with amazing tests, from the implosion of an oil tanker to a gummy bear rocket, it did not disappoint. What exactly were the statistics of Myth Busters? According to Discovery channel, they did 248 episodes. In those episodes, they busted a staggering 548 common urban myths. 251 myths were confirmed to work, and 216 were deemed plausible. They set off 900 total explosions, destroyed 295 vehicles, and laid down 83 miles worth of duct tape. Yes, our favorite show runs on a lot of duct tape. Reliving our favorite moments is HARD. The list of episodes that could be considered our favorite is as long as the list itself. A few of the most popular are: The Terrifying Test, in which our hosts, Jamie and Adam, had to survive on a deserted island using duct tape; Lego Ball, in which they tested to see if a giant ball of Lego bricks could be a rolling weapon of mass destruction; Titanic Survival, where they tested to see if the heroes of the movie Titanic would have survived the ending; and the Star Wars Special, where they tested various Star Wars themed myths, like whether Ewoks could destroy an Imperial scout walker and if Luke could have swung across that gap in A New Hope. Now for the important question; where can we find all of the Myth Buster’s episodes to relive? Full episodes are available on HULU and on Discovery.com, but the series was dropped from Netflix years ago. Why did they do that? Nobody has a sure answer, but it is only one of the many popular shows that they have dropped for no apparent reason. Myth Busters may be gone, but they will never leave our hearts as a great TV show. Hopefully Discovery channel will allow us to enjoy the quick-witted comedy on their site for years to come.