|Written by||Larry Law|
|Directed by||Alan LaGarde|
|Presented by||Frank Payne|
|Country of origin||United States|
|No. of seasons||1|
|No. of episodes||13|
|Running time||60 minutes|
|Production company(s)||Original Productions|
|Original network||Discovery Channel|
|Original release||June 1– December 2, 2004|
Big! is a TV series in which an episode consists of a team of engineers manufacturing the world's biggest items (usually a household item that's normally hand carried, scaled up to proportions that make the items unusable without JCBs and Cherrypickers) for the sake of setting world records.
The devices have to function to qualify.
- 101: Blender
- 102: Popcorn
- 103: Electric Guitar
- 104: Motorcycle (01) - To be continued...
- 105: Motorcycle (02)
- 106: Giant Claw (game)
- 107: BBQ
- 108: Clippers
- 109: Wood Cuckoo Clock - The team did not achieve an official Guinness World Records. Stuart Claxton, the Guinness World Records representative said that it didn't qualify because the team used styrofoam to create portions of the clock; a material which would not be found in a "genuine" Cuckoo Clock.
- 110: Toaster - The team did not achieve an official Guinness World Records. The team had to disable one side of the toaster to stop breaking the switch on the generator, the bread was only toasted near the center, and the toaster didn't properly "pop" the toast up.
- 111: Espresso Machine
- 112: Treadmill - Stuart Claxton, of Guinness World Records, certified the team's creation as the World's Largest Treadmill.
- 113: Vacuum Cleaner - Stuart Claxton of Guinness World Records certified the team's creation as the World's Largest Vacuum Cleaner.
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