That seems a bit out of left field. I would tend to say No. My gaydar has never gone off when I was watching them. No, but I think the mythbusters have crossed the line from testosterone into some other substance that lets them do lots of math and engineering sketches. They're like perpetual prepubescents, but with bigger toys.
What Everyone Assumed About MythBusters' Adam Savage And Jamie Hyneman
Jessi Combs, host of 'MythBusters' and 'Overhaulin,' dies in crash
This occasional column, by James Eade, intends to expose electrical myths and folklore that still abound in the industry and, where possible, to examine their origin. Have you heard the one about keeping equipment supplied from different phases or supplies spaced apart by a touching distance? Well, it is a regular misconception and still persists today — it even features in older HSE guidance such as INDG which is under revision. Interestingly this myth does have a foundation in previous editions of the IEE Wiring Regulations, hence it still persists.
Adam Whitney Savage born July 15,  is an American special effects designer and fabricator , actor, educator, and television personality and producer, known as the former co-host with Jamie Hyneman of the Discovery Channel television series MythBusters and Unchained Reaction. Savage was the second youngest of six children, with the four older children coming from his parents' previous marriages. He has two older brothers,  two older sisters, and one younger sister. Savage began acting as a child and had five years of acting school.
Shmoop quotes him berating a witness who is unsure of what she saw: "You should never assume, because when you assume, you make an ass of 'u' and 'me'! Case in point: the nerdy pair of bespectacled tinkerers who hosted the wildly popular Discovery Channel show MythBusters , Adam Savage and Jamie Hyneman. That odd couple spent their afternoons shopping for berets in Bay Area surplus stores and bickering like they'd been married for years over the best way to blow things up. So we can all be forgiven if certain assumptions were made about the two of them. And, as Adam told The Sneeze back in , the show's producers also had the same idea.