|"7x045 - Voltage Meters & Capacitors"|
|Season 7, Experiment No. 211|
|Upload date:||March 8, 2010|
|Experiment Outcome:||Bad Idea|
|Camera Guys(s):||Jonathan Paula|
|Additional Commentary:||Riley McIlwain (sidekick)|
|Previous Episode:||#210: Copper wire & Solder|
|Next Episode:||#212: Spinning Firework|
- When placed near Riley's brain, the voltage meter read "69"; when placed near Jory's brain, the voltage meter read "0".
- "Jack T. Hammond III" was said a total of 8 times in this episode.
- Melissa was retired after this episode. Reason of her retirement is because she made it to the end of the regular episodes and Jon didn't want to keep dirty Melissa around until they filmed the finale six months later. The video ends with her retirement montage.
- Jory: So, here's a good question: Have you guys ever seen capacitors THAT large before?
Jon: Only when I went over to your mom's house last night, but, besides that, no, not at all!
- Jory: (in Thurston Howell-type accent) We can't keep saying "Jack T. Hammond III"? You know who wouldn't like us NOT saying Jack T. Hammond III's name? Jack T. Hammond II!
Riley: (in Thurston Howell-type accent) Or his grandfather, Jack Hammond. No "T"!
- Riley: (in Thurston Howell-type accent) 5... 4... 3... 2... 1 billion dollars is what I own!
- Jory: (in Southern accent) Gee golly! Maybe Jack T. Hammond III smells like THAT!