Norma Rae is a textile factory worker who became involved in labor union activities after the health of her co-workers was put in jeapordy. She refuses to leave work and rallies her co-workers to go on strike and form a union. After she successfully gets every co-worker to stop working, the factory managers intervene and send her to jail in a police car. This is a great clip to use when teaching about the importance of a Triple Bottom Line (People-Profit-Planet) in business, which goes beyond the profit motive.
Beakman sticks pencil "people" into a watermelon to demonstrate that each "person" can say they are going to the bottom of the earth from where they are "standing" but there is no real "bottom" of the earth. There is no up or down but it depends on how you look at it. Then he uses a cartoon clip to explain how gravity holds us to the earth's surface.
In order to validate his ticket to enter the Kumite tournament, Frank Dux must first demonstrate the Death Touch, which means breaking a brick with his bare hands. He produces a significant enough force in a short amount of time to break the brick at the bottom of the pile.
Beakman explains how they make underwater tunnels using a fish tank with gravel in the bottom. He then puts a hamster tunnel in it to show how the hamster could get from one side to the other without getting wet. They then show a clip of how the Chunnel was made between England and France.