‘The Toy Box’ Episode Guide (Nov. 5): Ninja Cards; Orbitwheels; Huck Hopper; Putty Pets; RPS Revolution

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‘The Toy Box’ Episode Guide (Nov. 5): Ninja Cards; Orbitwheels; Huck Hopper; Putty Pets; RPS Revolution

“Episode 206” (11/05/17) – A new concept for wheeled sports, a tabletop party game, a knightly take on “rock, paper, scissors,” and more fun inventions make their debut this week when amateur inventors enthusiastically present their toys to a panel of kid judges, on an all-new episode of ABC’s “The Toy Box,” airing SUNDAY, NOV. 5 (7:00-8:00 p.m. EST), on The ABC Television Network.

This week’s toy inventions include:

– Ninja Cards – a fast-paced and competitive target throwing game with collectible cards Inventors: Dustin from Irvine, California, and Ken from Chicago, Illinois
– Orbitwheels – a cross between a skateboard and a pair of inline skates, combining the best features of each Inventor: Ywanne from Camas, Washington
– Look Who’s President – a multiplayer, election-themed board game where players hit the campaign trail and explore politics Inventor: Edgar from Chicago, Illinois
– Earth Wurm Works – finger-puppet kits with different worm characters that raise awareness for recycling Inventor: Stephanie from Simi Valley, California
– Huck Hopper – a versatile tabletop party game with a focus on education, motor skills, silly challenges and rewards Inventor: Jesse from Fairmount, West Virginia
– Eardorables – a variety of stuffed animals with enlarged, zippered ears that act as secret pockets in which to store belongings Inventor: Kelly from San Diego, California
– Putty Pets – tiny stuffed animals filled with clay that can be squeezed, shaped and rolled Inventor: Jerrett from Aurora, Colorado
– RPS Revolution – a new spin on “rock, paper, scissors” that uses collectible figurines Inventor: Kathy from Wheaton, Illinois

In each episode, passionate inventors who have poured their hearts and souls into their product present their toy concepts to a panel of the toughest judges in the industry – kids! The judges have the opportunity to play with the toy, give their feedback and determine who will move on to the next round. The winner from each episode will move on to the finale to compete for the grand prize: Their toy will be made by Mattel; sold exclusively at Toys”R”Us stores nationwide and Toysrus.com, joining last season’s winner, ArtSplash; and will receive a cash prize of $100,000.

This season, there will be a rotating panel of five kid judges per episode, featuring all new faces and perspectives, and one returning favorite, Noah Ritter (age 8). The judges also include Adi Ash (age 10), Paxton Booth (age 7), Sydney Mae Estrella (age 9), Kyle Lee (age 7), Joachim Powell (age 11), Gideon Reynolds (age 6), Emma Sobel (age 9), Madison Stevens (age 8) and Olivia Trujillo (age 12).

“The Toy Box” is from Mattel, Hudsun Media and Electus. Michael Rourke, Chris Grant, Drew Buckley, Richard Dickson, Catherine Balsam-Schwaber, Julia Pistor, Susan House and Hamilton South are executive producers.


Source: Nielsen Media Research // 11/27/17 - 12/03/17
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Thursday Night FootballNBC4.7015.60 million
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The OTFOX3.3010.19 million
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Sunday Night FootballNBC6.7719.04 million
Thursday Night FootballCBS4.7314.75 million
Young SheldonCBS3.8015.86 million
The Big Bang TheoryCBS3.2514.48 million
This Is UsNBC3.1811.42 million
The Voice (Mon.)NBC2.5010.72 million
The Voice (Tues.)NBC2.4010.62 million
Will & GraceNBC2.137.69 million
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