World's Toughest Fixes: Season 2 (2009)
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World's Toughest Fixes: Season 2 (2009)

TV-PG 13 Episodes
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Episodes:
 
TV-PG
  50 minutes
Riley heads into the remote jungle to help a team of rocket scientists and engineers launch a new two-ton satellite with a price tag of more than $1 million into orbit.
 
TV-PG
  50 minutes
Riley joins a team of industrial divers on the Caribbean island of Curacao to salvage and repair the 50-ton rudder of a ship carrying $3 million worth of iron ore.
 
TV-PG
  50 minutes
Riley joins a crew lifting a 50 ton boiler 160 feet up a tower and suspending it above 24,000 mirrors - completing America's first large scale solar power tower.
 
TV-PG
  50 minutes
The John Day Dam near Portland, Oregon is a huge producer of electricity and shipping portal. If blocked, traffic on the entire Columbia River comes to a screeching halt. With billions of dollars on the line, join Sean Riley on this challenging fix.
 
TV-PG
  50 minutes
Sean faces one of his most spectacular fixes to date as he repairs a giant magnet at the Large Hadron Collider with success paving the way for scientific breakthrough, while failure means a potential catastrophe.
 
TV-PG
  50 minutes
Riley's headed to the Wild West to rebuild one of the first ski lifts in the country. Building just outside of rugged Yellowstone presents additional challenges and even requires a special helicopter to crane the materials into place.
 
TV-PG
  50 minutes
Riley crosses the pond to scale three iconic bridges in the U.K. The famed Tower Bridge in London is being restored. In Scotland, he'll construct scaffolding at the top of the Forth Bridge, a vertigo-inducing 367 feet over the water!
 
TV-PG
  50 minutes
Riley travels to Las Vegas to solve a real showstopper of a problem - one of the world's largest, most technologically advanced stages is broken. Still in Sin City, Riley repairs the world's largest video screen and cannons in the Bellagio fountain.
 
TV-PG
  50 minutes
Riley is going to new heights fix a thrill ride on the tallest building in Vegas. Then he'll dangle 500 feet over the Hoover Dam to retrieve trash. Upriver from Niagara Falls, he'll hang over an unstable, overgrown cliff to eliminate loose rocks.
 
TV-PG
  50 minutes
An 856-foot-long luxury ship is taking on water, Riley and his team need to work around the clock, because in just two weeks more than 2,000 paid guests arrive for the vacation of a lifetime! Reputations and a boatload of money are on the line.
 
TV-PG
  50 minutes
Riley travels to Portsmouth, R.I., where residents are setting up a 115-ton wind turbine that will provide years of clean energy. The constant blowing wind will fuel the rubine, but how do you raise giant blades in the midst of these unpredictable winds?
 
TV-PG
  50 minutes
WTF rides the rails in the City of Brotherly Love. While there, Riley teams up with crews of the nation's fifth largest public transportation system, Philadelphia's SEPTA, to find out what it takes to keep 2,200 miles of tracks safely running. The team must replace a three-mile section of 80-year-old high-voltage wire. It's a risky operation, with live wires just an arms reach away. Then, Riley heads to the garage to work on a train with a malfunctioning automatic control system.
 
TV-PG
  50 minutes
The Bay Bridge joining Oakland and San Francisco made headlines in 2009 when it was shut down for a major renovation. To make the fix, Riley joins the engineering team tasked with cutting a football field-sized section of roadway from the bridge and replacing it - in just 72 hours! With traffic halted and the world watching, the team encounters some unexpected challenges. A crack puts the operation on hold and requires custom-made colossal steel brackets. The clock is ticking.
World's Toughest Fixes goes inside some of the most daunting repair jobs imaginable. Each episode follows host Sean Riley as he pushes himself to the limit while working with some of the world's top riggers.
Genres Documentary
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Movie Summary

World's Toughest Fixes goes inside some of the most daunting repair jobs imaginable. Each episode follows host Sean Riley as he pushes himself to the limit while working with some of the world's top riggers.
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Movie Details

Genres Documentary
Starring Sean Riley
Studio Name National Geographic
Release Date 2009
VUDU Release Date 12/19/2011
Rating TV-PG About Ratings
Episodes 13 episodes
Language English

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