TV show(s) you can't get enough of?
AS: I'm thinking about going back through "Breaking Bad" again. But I need to go back and rewatch "Sports Night" from beginning to end. That's something my wife and I have in common: We like to watch good stuff over and over.
JH: "Days of Our Lives"
Last great meal you had?
AS: My friend Traci Des Jardins owns Jardiniére in San Francisco and she makes the meanest burger in Northern California. I don't know how, but it's a masterpiece.
JH: A super burrito.
Favorite place to get a drink in Baltimore?
AS: Where does John Waters go?
JH: I blacked out and don't remember the name of it.
Best advice you ever got?
AS: "Don't believe your own bulls---." My family motto.
JH: "Keep your eye on the target."
Most memorable "MythBusters" episode?
AS: Impossible to pick. Come on, we've made over 240 hours of this show over more than a decade. I loved flying with the Blue Angels and breaking the speed of sound. I loved hand-feeding an octopus that fell in love with me and gave me sucker hickys all up my arm. I loved making a balloon that flew out of 28 pounds of rolled lead.
JH: "The Lead Balloon."
If you could choose only one job to have for the rest of your life, what would it be?
AS: This one.
If you go
"MythBusters: Behind the Myths" comes to the Hippodrome at the France-Merrick Performing Arts Center, 12 N. Eutaw St., downtown, at 8 p.m. Friday. Tickets are $40-$125. Information: france-merrickpac.com.