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Actor Eric Stonestreet hosts this competition series that sees inventors presenting their ideas for new toys to a panel of kids in the hope of getting a product to market.

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The finalists from each episode return; the young judges decide who wins the $100,000 prize and will have a toy made for the person.
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Toy inventions include a barnyard-themed board game, a racquetball version of boxing, a set of animal-inspired accessories, a set of educational cards, stuffed animals, a storybook set, and a spinning dome that creates optical illusions.
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Toy inventions include a target throwing game, a cross between a skateboard and inline skates, an election-themed board game, finger-puppet kits, a tabletop party game, stuffed animals with ears that can hold belongings, and more.
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Toy inventions include a glowing flying disc, portable dollhouse, wooden robot craft kits, tower building game, hybrid mythical creature dolls, camping trip board game, and a reimagined portable golf set.
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Toy inventions include an exercise card game, pillows for pillow fights, a multiplayer game, a portable version of table tennis, a DIY tech-craft kit, a remote-controlled water hovercraft and a life-sized fidget toy.
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Toy inventions include collectible charms, an 18-hole raft, a pocket-sized fortune game, an adjustable stuffed animal, build-it-yourself sprinkler tubes, a tabletop strategy game and a voice-activated entertainment device.
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Toy inventions include a singing stuffed animal, a customizable mini-golf set, a dance game, a robotic flower, a fidget toy made with keyboard keys, and a board game with "monster" dice.
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Toy inventions include a series of alternate-world comic books, a game with elements of strategy and bowling, a racing game, a ball toss game, a color-coordinated launcher game, and an environmentally friendly take on water-balloon fights.

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