This intense and entertaining episode of American Inventor took three of the top 12 semi-finalists and had them compete with each other to be one of the final four competitors eligible to win the One Million Dollar prize.
Jerry Wesley, a strong and innovative man from the midwest invented a portable weight lifting workout invention. His lock and load system was fine tuned and put to the test. Jerry\'s strength and hard work ultimately turned out a solid invention.
Darla Davenport-Powell needed a new updated song for the Niya Doll and new electronics. Darla came to T2 Design and immediately the prototype and design team got to work, auditioning young girls for the Voice of the Niya Dolland building the electronics. T2 Design composed a fantastic new rhthymic song and assembled an international choir of 30 girls and women. T2 Design recorded the new Niya Doll song in a large recording studio and had Darla play along on the bongos.
Francisco Patino, an industrious nineteen year old New Yorker, originally from Columbia invented a bike that adapted from a one person machine into a cool looking two-person bicycle.
American Inventor judge MaryLou Quinlan chose Francisco and his two person bicycle to move onto the finals. All three products would be great additions to the marketplace.