What to Watch on Friday: Some Chapel Hill goats dive into the ‘Shark Tank’

Posted by Brooke Cain on October 18, 2013 


On “Shark Tank,” two men from Chapel Hill offer live goat rentals to provide grazing services for lawns with pesky weeds.


Shark Tank (9pm, ABC) - Two men from Chapel Hill offer live goat rentals to provide grazing services for lawns with pesky weeds, and a couple from Charlotte pitch their children’s accessories line to the Sharks.

Also on …

MasterChef Junior (8pm, Fox) - The junior chefs must make meals using ingredients that are typically unpalatable to kids, including liver, sardines and bleu cheese. Later, they bake layered cakes in an elimination round.

The Neighbors (8:30pm, ABC) - Larry Bird falls in love with the story of Hanukkah and wants to combine it with his other favorite holiday, Halloween. But his attempts to hand out candy go awry when the police get involved.

Great Performances 40th Anniversary Celebration (9pm, UNC-TV) - Julie Andrews, Patti Austin, Michael Bublé, Elina Garanca, Josh Groban, Don Henley, Audra McDonald, Itzhak Perlman and Take 6 perform at a Lincoln Center gala celebrating the 40th anniversary of “Great Performances.” In addition, David Hyde Pierce recalls the program’s memorable dramas, and choreographer Peter Martin discusses dance productions and introduces the New York City Ballet. The program also includes highlights from episodes on musical theater, classical music, jazz opera and the American Songbook.

Hawaii Five-0 (9pm, CBS) - A wedding crasher is murdered and the prime suspect is the runaway bride. Meanwhile, Danny makes a big fashion decision in his relationship with Gabby.

Haven (10pm, Syfy) - Nathan struggles to come to terms with the fact that although Lexie is the spitting image of Audrey, her personality is the total opposite as the two work together to investigate a deadly “trouble” that seems to alter the behavior of its victims.

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