Pete returns to two of his builds to reconstruct, revamp and revitalize a pair of treehouses in need of major makeovers. These fixes prove to be more than just a remodel job when Pete and his team give the houses new life in the trees.
Pete journeys to the heart of Brazil to meet up with South American treehouse impresario Ricardo Brunelli, taking his treehouse travels from the bustling city of São Paulo, to the bucolic farmlands of Paraná, and more.
Lucas and the crew have their work cut out for them as a client's demands leave him reluctant. A Caribbean destination that includes green rocks and a sand bottom salt-water pool is the client's request.
An ATV trail becomes the site of a high-speed chase when a man with an outstanding warrant attempts to flee from the Maine Warden Service. With the weather warming up, the wardens deal with intentional violators and serial offenders while enforcing laws.
Fourth of July is one of the biggest weekends of the year in Maine and crowds are out to celebrate. Warden Ryan Fitzpatrick and Caribou PD join forces when a group of fifty teens trash private property during a wild bonfire party.
The Australia Zoo's Alligator Snapping Turtles need a health check, and it's Robert's job to protect from their fierce bites. Terri and Bindi welcome seven new Lemurs from the US. The Zoo's Rescue Unit is called to save possums caught in a chimney.
The MythBusters test household myths. See if a vacuum cleaner could explode while sucking up black powder, if sunscreen can scorch your skin, and finally if an exploding water heater could extinguish a house fire.
The MythBusters go to vertigo-inducing heights to test if you could bob for apples when jumping from a 100-foot high bungee cord. And from a viral video, see if you could really play a match of tennis while both players are standing on an airplane's wing.