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Episodes: LIVERPOOL: Visit the blast sites of two steel structures: one, a pair of bridge towers in Corpus Christi, Texas; the second, two harbor cranes in Liverpool, England. Will both of the blasts go off without a hitch? CORAL GABLES: FL: Dr. Lusk takes us to the heart of Coral Gables, Florida - home to the historic Ponce de Leon Towers. But as he'll see, not all blasts go off according to plan. GLASGOW: Dr. Lusk and Dr. Worsey show us how demolition blasters bring down urban buildings with unprecedented accuracy in Glasgow, Scotland and Birmingham, Alabama. BERMUDA: Dr. Lusk and Dr. Worsey take us behind-the-scenes at the blasts of two structures that just can't be brought down with a wrecking ball. FOXBURG, PA: The explosive experts show us how blasters use cutting-edge technologies to take down structures in tight spaces. LOUISVILLE, KY: Dr. Worsey focuses on the demolition of a giant office building in Louisville, Kentucky. FORT WILLIAM, SCOTLAND: Dr. Braden and Dr. Worsey examine two steel paper mills that are about to get blasted, but with two totally different methods. NEWCASTLE: The explosive experts look at exactly how blasters take down huge concrete buildings. BISMARCK, ND: Dr. Worsey reveals the tricks of the trade at the blast of a 2,500-foot-long steel bridge in Bismarck, North Dakota. WEIRTON, WV: Dr. Lusk ventures deep into industrial coal country for a dizzying detonation obstacle course. Four big structures need to come down in two days - record time! TORONTO, ON: Standard detonating methods pose big problems when two massive smokestacks are about to be blasted. Experts topple a 643-foot smokestack surrounded nearly on all sides by obstacles. CHARLOTTE, NC: The explosive experts encounter two big problem blasts on a crippled skyscraper in Lagos, Nigeria and a colossal coliseum in Charlotte, North Carolina.