( music playing ) Let me get my speed gun,
radar gun. Did we have those
in Medieval times? No. Do you think
they had armchairs to fire catapults from? – Good point.
– Yeah. Three, two, one, fire! Oh! – ( Gav laughs)
– Dan: Oh, man. Gav:
Right in front of the camera! – Excellent.
– I think that was perfect. Good aiming. Imagine if you’re behind
just city walls and you just see that
coming at you. Like, what is going on? Gav:
It’s about to land in
the graveyard of our tests. Dan:
Oh, the screen. Whoa. Gav:
The screen lived. Dan:
Didn’t break? Gav:
It remained intact. It’s just a smaller TV,
which is why. That is solid
to survive that impact. Dan:
Yeah. Three, two, one, fire. Fire! Fire. Both:
Oh! Wow. That comple– I think… do you know what?
Do you know what, right? – We’ve destroyed
a lot of TVs, right?
– Yeah. Yeah? I think that’s
the most thoroughly destroyed a TV has ever been. From one impact,
that became hundreds of pieces. ( music playing ) So we wanted to put
a man in a chair and launch him. And this is the closest
thing we could come to. – A dummy?
– Yeah. I think it’s just
a paint suit stuffed with… Look at him! He clearly had
a fantastic weekend. He really has. I think he’s been crying
as well a little bit. Give him a nice beer. – Yeah.
– Root beer. – Root beer.
– And a grapefruit. Why a grapefruit?
( laughs ) I don’t know, perhaps he wants
a root beer and a grapefruit. All right. Three, two, one,
good luck. Gav:
Oh, he broke his back,
his spine! ( music playing ) He’s already lost his beer
and his grapefruit. It’s such a funny shot. Oh, man, that looked… Gav:
If he had a spinal column,
it’d be in pieces. Dan:
That looked uncomfortable. ( Gav laughs ) That really
looked uncomfortable. Gav:
That looked horrific. His head’s just whomping
around his neck. Dan:
Oh, dear. That is unfortunate
indeed. Hi, guys, click here to catch up
on our latest adventures. I barely survived,
so I hope you like ’em. Dan did complain a lot. I do all the work! Most of it. – You do 90%.
– I do all the work. All right, fine.