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Doug Hall Mentors Three Inventors On American Inventor

May 03, 2006 11:02 PM by Joe Blackmon

"Episode109" – The second episode this week of "American Inventor" will focus on three semi-finalists to see how they use the $50,000 they’ve been given to finalize their invention. Doug Hall, one of our expert judges, will mentor three inventors and guide them through the process of working with product designers, packaging companies, marketing executives and product testing.

In an ultimate challenge, the inventors will have their new and improved product tested to see if it delivers, and Doug will face the difficult decision of choosing one of his three to move on to the final round, one step closer to winning one million dollars and becoming the next great "American Inventor."

"American Inventor," the embodiment of the ultimate American dream from Simon Cowell and the producers of "American Idol," airs THURSDAY, MAY 4 (9:00-10:01 p.m., ET), on the ABC Television Network.

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2 Responses to “Doug Hall Mentors Three Inventors On American Inventor”

  1. The Stupid Genius Says:
    May 4th, 2006 at 8:59 am

    Doug Hall “expert judge” is an oxymoron here are a few more to describe Doug.

    The amateur expert, with muscular fat, and no practical experience but to sum it all up this show is fictional reality.

    I will watch tonight to laugh when Doug “the functional illiterate” Hall makes an ass of himself again.

    The Stupid Genius

  2. Anonymous Says:
    July 19th, 2006 at 2:39 pm

    doug Hall is a professional inventor! About a million times harder to become than say an actor, singer, dancer, or a professional athelete! So watch what you say about the “ONLY” inventor on the panel of judges. They are hard to come by!


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