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1. Russell Peters: Red, White and Brown (2008 TV Special)

Not Rated | 80 min | Documentary, Comedy

Recorded live before a sold-out audience at the WaMu Theater at Madison Square Garden, Russell Peters delivers material from his record-breaking "Homecoming Tour," with tales of his travels... See full summary »

Director: Jigar Talati | Stars: Melle Mel, Russell Peters

Votes: 1,371

7. Russell Peters: The Green Card Tour - Live from The O2 Arena (2011 TV Special)

TV-MA | 58 min | Comedy

Recorded in front of 30,000 fans over two nights at the O2 Arena in London, England, Russell Peters shares his hilarious observations on everything from the declining population of white people to the stereotyping of Arabs.

Director: David Higby | Star: Russell Peters

Votes: 962

8. Russell Peters: Two Concerts, One Ticket (2006 Video)

Not Rated | 94 min | Documentary, Comedy

This DVD package showcases two of Russell Peters' sold-out shows - Show Me The Funny and COMEDY NOW! Move over Howie, Jim, Tom and Mike - Peters is Canada's next big thing. NOW Magazine ... See full summary »

Director: Allan Manson | Star: Russell Peters

Votes: 244

9. Russell Peters: Outsourced (2006 TV Special)

Unrated | 72 min | Documentary, Comedy

Over the past several years, comedian Russell Peters' riotous performances have electrified audiences on four continents. His hard won road successes have established him as an artist with bona fide international acclaim.

Director: Alan C. Blomquist | Stars: Russell Peters, Angelo Tsarouchas

Votes: 1,567

10. Jeff Dunham: Controlled Chaos (2011 TV Special)

Unrated | 97 min | Documentary, Comedy

Ventriloquist and comic Jeff Dunham takes to the stage to provide fresh comedic material with his classic puppets Walter, Peanut, Jose Jalapeño and Achmed, as well as with two never-before-seen characters with their own unique quirks.

Directors: Michael Simon, Matthew McNeil | Star: Jeff Dunham

Votes: 2,019

11. The Penguins of Madagascar (2008–2015)

TV-Y7 | 11 min | Animation, Action, Adventure

The daily adventures of penguins living in New York's Central Park Zoo.

Stars: John DiMaggio, Tom McGrath, Jeff Bennett, James Patrick Stuart

Votes: 14,846

12. Extreme Engineering (2003– )

50 min | Documentary

Each episode of Extreme Engineering features a major construction and engineering project. Some projects are completed ones, like the new Hong Kong airport. Other projects are those under ... See full summary »

Stars: Danny Forster, Joseph Giotta, Larc Spies, John Littlefield

Votes: 952

13. Extreme Engineering (2003– )
Episode: Tokyo's Sky City (2003)

TV-G | 43 min | Documentary

In Japan, plans are on the table to build Sky City, the tallest structure on earth. The towering, vertical city will house more than 100,000 people. Sky City would be home to the world's very first homesteaders in the sky.

Star: John Littlefield

Votes: 18

14. Extreme Engineering (2003– )
Episode: Subways in America (2003)

TV-G | 42 min | Documentary

The world's great cities have always struggled to find a balance between the need to attract more and more people and their ability to transport them efficiently.

Votes: 18

15. Extreme Engineering (2003– )
Episode: Transatlantic Tunnel (2003)

TV-G | 45 min | Documentary

Rail travel may yet go intercontinental. In prototypes of floating tunnels, 5,000-mph magnetically levitated trains travel between New York, London and Paris. Passengers would dine and sleep while whales and nuclear subs glide around them.

Director: Olympia Stone | Stars: Bob Budell, Robert Childs, Frank Davidson, Walter Grantz

Votes: 20

16. Extreme Engineering (2003– )
Episode: City in a Pyramid (2003)

TV-G | 44 min | Documentary

Tokyo is one of the most crowded cities in the world. To relieve the stress on a city bursting at the seams, engineers look to build a massive Pyramid over the water, with skyscrapers suspended like peapods within its enormous frame.

Votes: 17

17. Extreme Engineering (2003– )
Episode: Bridging the Bering Strait (2003)

TV-G | 44 min | Documentary

Already on the drawing boards, The Bridge rejoins North America and Asia.

Votes: 20

18. Extreme Engineering (2003– )
Episode: Tunneling Under the Alps (2003)

TV-G | 39 min | Documentary

This Swiss monster is the longest tunnel in the world.

Director: Jackie Mow | Star: Joseph Giotta

Votes: 19

19. Extreme Engineering (2003– )
Episode: Building Hong Kong's Airport (2003)

TV-G | 45 min | Documentary

The Hong Kong international airport is the largest civil engineering project in history and the largest enclosed space in the world. It is also 16 miles out to sea and built on a platform that was constructed by leveling two small islands.

Director: Jennifer Lorenz | Star: Joseph Giotta

Votes: 27

20. Extreme Engineering (2003– )
Episode: Holland's Barriers to the Sea (2003)

TV-G | 41 min | Documentary

The Delta Works, a series of massive, computer-controlled sea barriers and dams, straddle each of the major rivers emptying into the delta. The Measlandkering is a gigantic sea surge barrier.

Votes: 24

21. Extreme Engineering (2003– )
Episode: Boston's Big Dig (2003)

TV-G | 34 min | Documentary

In a series of engineering firsts, two interstate highways are being rebuilt beneath Boston, sending its traffic 120 feet underground! The "Big Dig" will take more than 30 years to build, ... See full summary »

Director: Sarah Holt | Star: Joseph Giotta

Votes: 18

22. Extreme Engineering (2003– )
Episode: Widening the Panama Canal (2003)

TV-G | 45 min | Documentary

Daily, ships the size of a city block transport goods through the Panama Canal to make the 50-mile shortcut between the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans. Officials have asked a team of European ... See full summary »

Director: Pip Gilmour | Star: Joseph Giotta

Votes: 21

23. Extreme Engineering (2003– )
Episode: Venice Flood Gates

TV-PG | 52 min | Documentary

Find out what measures are required of Venetians as experts attempt to keep the world's most beautiful city from going underwater.

24. Extreme Engineering (2003– )
Episode: Container Ships

TV-PG | 53 min | Documentary

New cargo vessels are changing the industry. Shipbuilders are making them so huge, they require the re-dredging and retrofitting of the world's cargo ports and canals.

Director: Rebecca Graham

25. Extreme Engineering (2003– )
Episode: Oakland Bay Bridge (2004)

TV-PG | 53 min | Documentary

The New Bay Bridge is the biggest construction project in California history. This two-mile, earthquake-proof road will replace the most heavily trafficked bridge in the country-the span linking San Francisco to Oakland and the East Bay.

Director: Olivia Ahnemann

Votes: 9

26. Extreme Engineering (2003– )
Episode: Iceland Tunnels

TV-PG | 53 min | Documentary

The Eastern Highland, a vast plateau 100 miles south of the Artic Circle, is the site of a bold challenge of extreme engineering. World-class tunnel diggers are carving more than 45 miles ... See full summary »

27. Extreme Engineering (2003– )
Episode: Cooper River Bridge (2004)

TV-PG | 53 min | Documentary

The longest cable-stay bridge in the United States is located in Charleston, S.C.

Votes: 12

28. Extreme Engineering (2003– )
Episode: Turning Torso

TV-PG | 53 min | Documentary

Build the tallest skyscraper in Northern Europe? Only hope they're up to the challenge. And there's a catch: this twisted nightmare of a structure has to complete a 90-degree turn before reaching its final floor, 600 feet up.

Star: Santiago Calatrava

29. Extreme Engineering (2003– )
Episode: Millau Viaduct

TV-PG | 53 min | Documentary

In a remote corner of France, traffic between the south of France and Paris and the north have run into huge bottlenecks. Designers and engineers are working to open the region by building a bridge to leap across the 1.3-mile wide gorge.

30. Extreme Engineering (2003– )
Episode: Excavators (2004)

TV-PG | 53 min | Documentary

At the world's largest open pit iron mine, a $10 million new, custom-built super shovel is commissioned to meet a sudden worldwide surge in the demand for iron. Will miners find success ... See full summary »

Votes: 11

31. Extreme Engineering (2003– )
Episode: Offshore Oil Platforms

TV-PG | 53 min | Documentary

America runs on oil. One-third of that oil gets pumped from wells drilled in the Gulf of Mexico. Follow the dangerous construction of the real workhorses of America's offshore drilling ... See full summary »

32. Extreme Engineering (2003– )
Episode: Snohvit Arctic Gas Processing Platform (2005)

TV-PG | 52 min | Documentary

Snohvit is Europe's first Liquefied Natural Gas plant being built in the port of Cadiz in Spain. It's the first time a natural gas treatment plant has been built so far away from where it's... See full summary »

Votes: 8

33. Extreme Engineering (2003– )
Episode: El Cajon Dam (2005)

TV-PG | 51 min | Documentary

The El Cajon Dam on the Rio Grande de Santiago River in Mexico is the largest current construction project in Latin America. A fast construction effort, when completed, this $750 million ... See full summary »

Votes: 9

34. Extreme Engineering (2003– )
Episode: Hong Kong's Cable Car

TV-PG | 50 min | Documentary

On Hong Kong's Lantau Island a team of experts are building one of the most impressive cable cars ever seen. This year-round system, the Ngong Ping 360, as it has recently been renamed, is ... See full summary »

35. Extreme Engineering (2003– )
Episode: Woodrow Wilson Bridge

TV-PG | 52 min | Documentary

The Woodrow Wilson Bridge that has spanned the Potomac River since the 1960s is proving inadequate for the demands of the 21st Century. A replacement is being constructed, featuring seven ... See full summary »

36. Extreme Engineering (2003– )
Episode: Gotthard Tunnel

TV-PG | 50 min | Documentary

The Gotthard Base Tunnel is set to become the world's largest rail tunnel, creating a flat rail link for travel through the Alps. With breakthrough engineering methods, this project is ... See full summary »

Star: Glenn Wrage

37. Extreme Engineering (2003– )
Episode: Dubai's Ski Resort

TV-PG | 53 min | Documentary

Ski-Dubai offers what seems impossible - snow in the desert. Rising from the sea of sand that surrounds Arabia's most vibrant city, it's the first indoor slope with a black ski run and will provide the complete indoor alpine experience.

38. Extreme Engineering (2003– )
Episode: Super Stadium (2006)

44 min | Documentary

The amazing new Dallas Cowboys football stadium will be the largest in the US, holding 100,000 fans in its gigantic 73-acre structure. Danny Forster examines its construction.

Star: Danny Forster

Votes: 5

40. Extreme Engineering (2003– )
Episode: Biggest Warship (2006)

44 min | Documentary

In this episode of Extreme Engineering, A look at the destroyer ship Uss Donald Cook's weapons systems and operations. We will see the incredible precision needed in the installation of a ... See full summary »

Star: Danny Forster

Votes: 12

47. Extreme Engineering (2003– )
Episode: Stonecutters Bridge: Hong Kong (2006)

44 min | Documentary

The incredible Stonecutters Bridge in Hong Kong, suspended over a busy waterway, will be more than a kilometre long -Â a new record for cable-stayed span.

50. America's Funniest Home Videos (1989– )

TV-PG | 30 min | Comedy, Family, Reality-TV

Viewers from around America send in home videos with comedic moments.

Stars: Jess Harnell, Tom Bergeron, Bob Saget, Ernie Anderson

Votes: 4,594

51. Mr. Bean's Red Nose Day (1991 Video)

6 min | Short, Comedy

Mr Bean returns in this new sketch for Comic Relief.

Stars: Matilda Ziegler, Rowan Atkinson

Votes: 584

52. Mr. Bean (1990–1995)
Episode: Mr. Bean (1990)

PG | 24 min | Comedy, Family

Story 1: Mr Bean sits an exam and is blissfully happy until, too late, he realizes that he has studied the wrong maths equations. Story 2: Mr Bean tries to change into his swimming trunks ... See full summary »

Director: John Howard Davies | Stars: Rowan Atkinson, Paul Bown, Rudolph Walker, Roger Sloman

Votes: 1,393

53. Mr. Bean (1990–1995)
Episode: The Return of Mr. Bean (1990)

TV-G | 25 min | Comedy, Family

Mr. Bean goes to a department store and buys various items. Afterwards, he goes to a fancy restaurant where he tries to dispose his awful-tasting meal. Finally, Bean goes to a Royal greeting and gets into mischief.

Director: John Howard Davies | Stars: Rowan Atkinson, Dave O'Higgins, Paul McDowell, William Vandyck

Votes: 1,172

54. Mr. Bean (1990–1995)
Episode: The Curse of Mr. Bean (1990)

PG | 24 min | Comedy, Family

Mr. Bean goes to a swimming pool, where he finds himself scared to death on the high diving board. When he's done, he tries several different ways to get his car out of the parking garage ... See full summary »

Director: John Howard Davies | Stars: Rowan Atkinson, Angus Deayton, Matilda Ziegler

Votes: 1,149

55. Mr. Bean (1990–1995)
Episode: Mr. Bean Goes to Town (1991)

TV-G | 24 min | Comedy, Family