Fri, March 7
Emotions run high in this new episode, starting with Mark Cuban's anger at a San Francisco engineer's pitch for a bicycle lighting system. A mother is brought to tears by the Sharks' reaction to her line of clothes for crawling babies. An Illinois man demonstrates his shoe-buffing system that attaches to a power drill, and an inventor from Rochester, N.Y., pitches his modular shoelaces that allow people to customize the looks of their sneakers.
ESPN's Friday doubleheader kicks off with a clash of marginal playoff contenders, as Carlos Boozer and the Chicago Bulls defend home court from Zach Randolph and the Memphis Grizzlies. The quality of competition improves as the night goes on, as the late contest sees Paul George and the Indiana Pacers dropping in on Dwight Howard and the Houston Rockets.
In August 1997, Victoria Witherspoon Carr, a 28-year-old mother of two, went missing from her home in Chattanooga, Tenn. Her body wasn't found until almost two years later, and it took another 14 years for police to make an arrest in the case -- after some help from Siegler and McClary. Their work on this case is chronicled in the new episode "Billy Goat Hill (Chattanooga, TN)."