TV personality Bethenny Frankel; a brand of teas with attitude; a solution to messy diaper changes; a technology that can improve sleep and reduce stress.
Products featured include a high-tech way to make children's storytime more magical, functional clothing for new dads, a solution for clogged drains, and an improved workout device; the founder of Spanx.
Premium shirts for men less than 5'8" tall; a high-end photo booth makes all subjects look attractive; no-drill, no-hole curtain rod brackets; a personal flotation device with multifunctional options.
Professional football player Rob Gronkowski and his brothers pitch an insulated sports bottle; a tool that quickly soothes foot pain; a twist on a popular snack; an innovative way to keep belongings safe.
An additive that makes coffee taste better; a way to increase focus while decreasing stress; a product to make kids enjoy brushing their hair; a follow-up with Tara Brown and Sleep Styler.
Products featured include survival kits, a business inspired by a son's rare illness, a throwable wireless microphone, and an airport navigation app.
Products featured include a skateboard storage solution, a human flight experience, outdoor camping gear, and a meditation app.
Skateboard storage solution; a human flight experience; outdoor camping gear; meditation app; survival kits; a business inspired by a son's rare illness; a throwable wireless microphone; airport navigation app.
Franchised art studios; a notebook that sends writing wirelessly; hair products infused with pheromones; a recap highlighting the Sharks' inspirational stories.
A solution to underarm sweat marks and stains; a belt buckle that doubles as a wallet; a business that helps empower farmers in a war-torn country by helping them cultivate and harvest saffron; multi-purpose mixing bowls.
A fitness apparel line that caters to women; no-spill, portable, stem-less wine glasses; rescue signal; slash-proof and water-resistant backpacks; PRX Performance follow-up.
Pitches include a smartphone security app, a bicycle brake system, an app that helps shoppers and diners earn free parking, and a free photo-printing service; follow-up with Al "Bubba" Baker and his deboned rib steaks.
A wine for cats; a portable shelter; a maintenance-free way to make anyone a gardening guru; a new take on the chopstick; follow-up with the inventors of Dude Products.
A product that takes the love of wine to another level; an ophthalmologist creates a special tool to help women; products made from recycled billboards; lozenges that prevent overeating; a profile of Robert Herjavec.
Millennial entrepreneurs pitch business ideas including food supplements, drone pilot training and educational courses, elephant-themed apparel and stylish beach towels.
A subscription service that teaches children to code; an app that allows children to use a plush toy to send and receive voicemail; software that automates plant care; an app and website that allows customers to book a day room at a hotel.
Durable bags made out of the material that protects on the front lines of firefighting; a vibrating mat that helps calm babies; an ointment made from essential oils; a natural snack made with acai.
A cooler that keeps multiple drinks separated within one cold container; stylish baby mats; portable pressurized shower kit; folding smart-cart; follow-up with the owners of the Tom & Chee grilled cheese business.
Entrepreneurs rent tiny houses in the woods; snack chips made with cricket flour; earplugs for listening to music filter out damaging levels of sound; a modern version of a favorite childhood toy; a profile of Barbara Corcoran.
Products include an eco-friendly cooking grease disposal system; block toys; stylish nursing apparel for breast-feeding moms; a modern twist on legwarmers.
A line of dolls; cat companion products; an online shop for replacing men's undergarments; a patriotic coffee business; a follow-up with Naushad Ali about his product called Drain Strain.
An entrepreneur works with Santa Claus to reply to children's letters to the North Pole; an 83-year-old Ironman triathlon competitor and his business partner present a more functional winter glove; a profile of billionaire Mark Cuban.
The team behind an electronic skateboard returns to the Tank; human-quality pet food business; chewable coffee products; gourmet home-cooking product; a follow-up with the makers of the Simply Fit Board.
A subscription service for puppy products; a woman hopes to popularize algae as a nutritional supplement; apparel designed for athletic builds; fishing line cutting tool; follow-up with Bantam Bagels.
A technology that makes house hunting more convenient; a lemonade stand business; multi-functional covers for infant car seats; Korean barbecue restaurant and food truck business; follow-up with a weekend rental home business.
Faux flower business; mercury level tester; fashion for social media generation.
A man and his business partner demonstrate an unusual twist to a common vegetable; a unique barbecue sauce; an idea to alleviate the hassle of luggage when traveling; a device that offers sun protection; an update on the Grace & Lace accessory line.
An Oregon mom has a stylish clothing line for little ones; an 18-year-old from New York tries to spread his passion for maple syrup; a Texas woman has a multi-use kitchen accessory; an Oregon man creates a new kind of tag for dog lovers.
Two young sisters pitch body sprays and lotions designed for tween and teen girls; chocolate candy with a toy inside; a device that turns a stick of butter into a spray; an invention makes high heels more functional and comfortable.
Wally Amos showcases his new brand of cookies; sisters from Florida pitch swimsuits for moms; two Colorado men show off an invention that can save damaged tech devices; a couple from Florida make safety light clips for running shoes.
Heat and eat paleo meals; a high-tech device for catching fish; reusable magnet stickers for hanging art; customized lapels turn a suit jacket into a tuxedo; an update on the motion-activated toilet-bowl light that Kevin O'Leary invested in.
Pro football player Antonio Brown touts personalized shoe slides; an app that can stop cyber-bullying messages; a beer dispenser that makes bottled and canned beer taste like draft; chicken soup business; update on an SAT prep course business.
An entrepreneur refuses an offer for personal reasons; healthy treats made for women; a returning entrepreneur gets a second chance.
Sleep-away camp for adults; a 15-year-old who created better equipment for her favorite sport; a revamped version of the pinball machine.
A woman demonstrates her hair products by cutting her own hair; a baker with a healthy frosting creation; a sister and brother duo pitch their jewelry business.
All-in-one early education solution; fashion networking mobile app; umbrella entrepreneurs; a way to get kids to eat healthier.
A tasty improvement on the ice cream cone; a stroller with an athletic twist; a new line of child products to make parents' lives easier; a music-magic spectacle; Gameday Couture follow-up.
A man has a new way to check a pet's health with a phone; an engaged couple hope to make a deal for their hand-held surfing boards; two men provide female consumers with a stylish way to listen to music.
A cure for cellphone addiction; a toy that educates children; accessories for pets; smart tool box; Lori Greiner takes 10 of her entrepreneurs to the Orgill trade show.
A product that keeps beer cold longer; a new twist to the vending machine; pet-safe bug repellents; vegetable smoothies; an update on Wombi Rose and LovePop.
A motion-activated LED light that attaches to toilet bowls; an alternative to traditional beer; vibrant fashions with unique flair; interactive and innovative pet toys; an update on the Lose 12 Inches workout program.
A product to ease back pain; a cool way to reduce inflammation; a high-tech bike lock; gourmet tea shots; an update on PiperWai.
American entrepreneurs present products that include a fire-starting solution, and space-saving workout equipment; checking in with Three Jerks Jerky.
A teenage environmentalist has the answer to plastic bottles; a former soap opera actress seeks a deal for her one-piece swimsuit; exercise playlists; exposing what is lurking inside a mattress; checking in with Signal Vault.
A smart plate with food-recognition technology that could help dieters; a sweetener that tastes like honey, but isn't made by bees; a spa business for babies; checking in with Ilumi; guest shark Chris Sacca.
Active members of the military and veterans present their products, which include handbags made of upcycled military materials, gloves that work wirelessly with cellphones, and a personal organization business; checking in with the owner of Turbopup.
A college student who earned a perfect score on the SATs wants to help others increase their scores; sports bra; high-tech backpack company; a cooling appliance for outdoor use; an update on Chapul Cricket Bars.
Guest judge Chris Sacca returns; a device for babies and their parents; easing the pain of paying for college; a tech solution to parking tickets; checking in with Rugged Races.
A dual-use breath freshener; a functional placemat for children; a subscription service for ugly produce; checking in with the Houston-based founders of LuminAid.
Equipment for people who want to run a crane or crush a car; a protein-filled pancake mix; keeping ties looking sharp; checking in with Jim Tselikis and Sabin Lomac of Cousins Maine Lobster.
A Christmas-decorating aficionado presents animated glow balls and synchronized musical trees; whimsical knit hats with detachable masks; ornate, pop-up greeting cards; a natural deodorant that features activated charcoal.
An entrepreneur utilizes a unique labor force; a grown-up version of a childhood toy; beauty innovations; an update on Happy Feet.
An entrepreneur from Florida presents a new recreational sport; two brothers from Georgia design a unique fashion brand; an Illinois couple devise a solution to the missing sock; an update on Mensch on a Bench.
Millenial entrepreneurs present their ideas, including a product thought to be a college dorm room essential, and a formula to remedy shrunken sweaters; the sharks meet President Barack Obama.
TV host Jimmy Kimmel and security guard Guillermo Rodriguez pitch their idea; ice cream that only has 100 calories per pint; edible soaps and lotions; a fun and convenient way to stay in shape.
Former Google executive Chris Sacca is a guest shark; two sisters pitch a tech education business; a specialized version of a popular home-rental website; a unique twist on a popular hot drink; a device that can inflate objects in seconds.
The Sharks start bidding more than the asking price for a product; a pitch prompts a harsh brush-off; managing excess Halloween candy with a children's book and gifts; premium beef jerky; a mirror designed to build self-esteem.
A device that simplifies potty training; a mashup of brownies and cookies; an update on an inspirational toy business.
Guest shark Troy Carter; a sock-of-the-month club; wooden bow ties, lapel accessories and fedoras; a valet and garage parking app; a balm that stops eyeglasses from slipping; an update on some of Kevin O'Leary's previous deals.
Hummus with a twist; eyelash extension business; edible cups; a solution for forgotten passwords; update on the Red Dress Boutique.
Guest shark Ashton Kutcher; a device to make baby's feeding time easier; wearable transportation; drinking vinegars; protecting consumers from hacking; an update on Pipcorn.
Guest Shark Nick Woodman; a cafe where the patrons enjoy the company of rescue cats; all-electric compact vehicle; updates.
A synthetic human cadaver for medical testing; personalized super hero action figures; sunscreen misting device; Squatty Potty update.
Singer Pat Boone and a man from Brattleboro, Vt., present a new eco-friendly car that runs on compressed air; snack bars with a connection to a popular diet; a fisherman seeks an investment in a unique lure; an update on Heidi Ho Organics.
Collectibles for super fans of celebrities; a mobile app for reserving a barstool on busy nights; a classic line of men's clothing made in America; a high-tech shoe insole.
A sustainable soil replacement for peat moss; sweet-flavored wipes for cleaning kids' faces; a safer way to connect electrical wires; a digital text technology.
A mother with a solution for lost pacifiers; a beekeeper seeks an investment in his hives; customized stuffed animals; comfortable and lightweight running shoes; an update on the creators of Q Flex.
A 14-year-old presents a product that gives people a way to video chat with their pets and deliver treats while away from home; hometown T-shirt; software to manage one's online and social reputation.
A cattleman gets another chance to pitch his gourmet meat business; a lingerie line sewn by women in need; an update on the makers of Pipcorn.
Custom recruitment clothing for sororities; tool for opening a Thai coconut and extracting the meat; an invention that allows a pickup truck to accommodate more passengers; Mo's Bows update.
A scholarship app; micro-loans funded by money raised from backpacks made of traditional fabrics from developing countries; update on Bottle Breacher.
Customized sandals manufactured in Uganda, giving poor women the opportunity to raise money for college; gold-mining bucket; sports bra; a kit for developing photos with sunlight and transferring images to products.
Yak and cow milk dog chews; organic and colorful lipsticks; update on Nuts N' More nut butters.
A device to eliminate clogged sinks; a real grass delivery service for pets without a yard; a way to share lip balm, but not germs; update on artisan cheese and glazed donut sandwich business, Tom & Chee.
Almond water beverage line; eco-friendly pizza box; real estate investing business; cell phone sanitization solution; an update on photo-saving product Groovebook.
An elegant lighting solution; wearable sleep technology; a food bar for dogs; actor Dean Cain and MMA fighter Uriah Faber help pitch custom-tailored suits.
A vest with a twist that was inspired by a girl's science project; baking healthy, homemade cookies; a cleaning solution for water bottles; re-usable fabric stickers.
A dating app that introduces singles to friends of friends; an app that helps schedule delivery times; a shirt designed to make the wearer look thinner; a new way to eat a bagel.
A stamping kit that proves Santa Claus visited a home; a man hopes his book and plush toy will become part of the Jewish holiday tradition; an easier way to move Christmas lights from storage to display mode; a flexible device that eases pain.
A Brooklyn man pitches his business of foldable, wheeled luggage; a Texas woman makes soaps, washes and grooming products; a fashionable line of sports apparel for women; a single-serve wine product; an update on some of Lori Grenier's investments.
Guest shark Nick Woodman; pitches include a healthier tortilla chip made of fresh sweet corn, manufactured fire logs that are scented, and an update on Tipsy Elves.
All six sharks share their favorite memories from the series, discuss why they participate in the show, and celebrate with a toast.
Entrepreneurs with military backgrounds present ideas that include nonslip protective gloves for cross-fitness training, an elite canine training program and a bottle opener made of recycled.50 caliber shells.
Exercise clothing that provides hyper-gravity weight training; beard oils and mustache waxes; a karaoke machine that helps users sound like their favorite stars; simple belts for kids.
Sampling oils at an olive oil bar; unique wedding registry idea; a product turns a smartphone into a personal security device; boxed wine geared toward millennials; TV host Jimmy Kimmel makes a pitch; a follow-up on Breathometer.
All-female golf caddy company; a couple with a safer way for kids to bounce; a spin on a classic faceware accessory; haunted hayride update.
A mother and son team pitch affordable wedding cakes; solution to a common dining issue; an update on screen repair kit, Screenmend.
Stuffed animals that also serve as washcloths; a handmade wearable sling to carry dogs; a darts-like card game.
A mobile wedding service; inspirational toys; a more precise golf club; an update on Lani Lazzari's sugar scrub business.
A unique way to swaddle a baby; a nail salon for men; a charging station for cell phones; a mobile wedding service; inspirational toys; a more precise golf putter.
A unique way to swaddle a baby; a nail salon for men; an improved athletic sock; a charging station for cell phones.
Reusable storage box; reinvented cookware; an iPad app that measures foot sizes; a solution to tying water balloons; follow-ups on past entrepreneurs.
Lighter, healthier wine alternative; deep-sea treasure hunting business; collapsible kayak; decadent cinnamon rolls with a twist; an update on a lobster roll food truck business.
A commerce flower business; anti-aging lifting strips; a breakaway hanger; tablewear made from renewable plant materials; a follow up of Groovebook.
An 11-year-old who handcrafts bow ties; a hot beverage made from roasted cocoa beans; nutritional supplements; a 5K obstacle course race.
Smart light bulb; high-tech cork replacement; subscription service for children's books; fort-building construction kits for kids; a follow-up on the Breathometer.
A service that helps people find and hire music instructors; a way to stop accidental fire sprinkler activations; a battery charger made using fire and water; all-inclusive project kits; an update on a past investment.
Barbara and Lori team up against Robert, Mark and Kevin over an enticing product; whimsical plush slippers; dynamic signage; trousers and leggings that lift the butt; bold-flavored nuts.
Wet paintbrush storage; a portable mat that fits into an ultra-compact pouch; home meal delivery; whole-grain flapjack and waffle mix.
Energy bars that include protein from crickets; a garage lock to prevent break-ins; a shower cap that fixes "bedhead"; digital textbook rentals; an update on Fiber Fix.
Kids and teenagers present ideas that include a way to make drinking water more appealing, a business that tackles electronic waste and spicy-flavored raw honey; an update on Ryan's Barkery.
A bike lighting system; clothing with reinforced knees and built-in squeakers for crawling babies; a shoe buffing pad that attaches to a power drill; modular shoelaces.
A unique dating service; eco-friendly bamboo cleaning cloths; a fitted sheet and sleeping bag combo for making beds quickly; a buzzing medical device.
A juice and smoothie cart powered by a vintage bicycle; classes that teach people how to pick locks, escape from handcuffs and disappear; a high-energy, zero-impact fitness program based on yoga; a breakfast brand featuring Southern specialties.
Guest judge Steve Tisch; one product has all the Sharks interested; gourmet edible cookie dough; organic flavored milk; an app that produces hands-free panoramic picture taking; interactive workout technology; Pro-NRG follow-up.
Stylish baby shoes; emergency food-replacement pill; children's swimwear with sun protection; custom playing cards for exercise; Daisy Cakes follow-up.
A mask made of Alaskan glacial mud; powerstrips and surge protectors that blend in with hardwood floors; fanciful balloon designs; gourmet grilled cheese business update.
Mobile fitness company for kids; a way for fixing holes in walls; a solution for photos stacking up on smartphones; webcam privacy shield; Nuts N More update.
Solving a holiday headache with colorful, magnetic strands; an item to bridge the gap for interfaith families; a fun, new take on traditional Christmas sweaters; luxurious clip-in hair extensions.
Boneless baby back ribs that only take two minutes to cook in a microwave; detachable mohawks for kids' safety helmets; a reality interface for video gamers.
Popular knee-high boot socks sold online; a stylish clutch for essential items; a way for children to create and personalize lunchbox designs; customized chocolate bars; an update on a previous investment: a car seat gap filler called Drop Stop.
A product that identifies home visitors; sending imaginative toys to kids through a subscription gift service; a slaw/salsa condiment; a cell phone app.
Helping men with marriage proposals; a baby-bump sound system; a maker of bread puddings seeks an investment in her business; a safe fur color for dogs.
Safe and natural cleaning products; a party cup with a hidden shot glass; a lightweight, electric bodyboard; a root cover for recently planted trees.
An entrepreneur accepts an unprecedented deal; a Halloween attraction; a product to help people communicate their feelings.
Two men offer goat rentals for grazing services; a couple pitch their line of children's accessories; a woman introduces bikini waxing products; healthy frozen treats; organic skin care.
Singer Brian McKnight and a DJ pitch a syndicated radio show featuring love song dedications; skateboards that glide like surfboards; patching holes in window and door screens; an update on the creator of a unique belt.
Aromatherapy sprays to help kids afraid of the dark; a carrier for toddlers; protecting hair from cooking fumes; a cooking tray for ramen noodles.
Chic fashion accessories for dogs; a breathalyzer app; gourmet mango preserves; an update on the creator of spa-quality body scrubs.
Savory cake balls; upgrading communication between patients and medical professionals; gourmet pickles; a mobile app for sending postcard.
An app that provides international travelers with access to live translators; all-natural dog treats; a dating website designed to attract quality singles; gourmet grilled cheese and tomato sandwiches; Dr. Heinz Doofenshmirtz ("Phineas and Ferb").
Two women pitch their military-inspired jewelry line; traditional British scone; custom furniture; door-to-door luggage pickup service; update on the Scrub Daddy cleaning tool.
Teaching kids how to ride a bike that doesn't have pedals; a movie about motorcycle racing; a hot-pink food truck run by beautiful women; fun photo booths.
Frozen concentrated gumbo brick; a bird feeder that shocks squirrels; artisan coffee subscription business; wooden home and kitchen items; ECreamery update.
A fishing bobber made from a shotgun shell; homemade cupcakes in a jar; generating electricity through walking; a belt with no holes; a fitness-based dance program.
Gourmet meat business; a cooler with interior LED lighting; full-body spandex suit; an advance filter water bottle; follow up on a play and party space for kids from season four.
Two entrepreneurs try to solve the "carmuter triangle"; an 18-year-old seeks an investment in her natural skincare line of sugar scrubs; shrink-wrap gift bags.
A workout program that teaches people how to exercise in their heart rate zone; throwing dance parties for kids with a traveling disco van; a damage-proof cell phone case; an update on The Painted Pretzel.
Fortified, sugar-free nut butters; an acupressure wrist band; an at-home tattoo removal device; an update on inventors who created surf-inspired fitness equipment.
Unique eyewear made of sustainable wood; a camouflage clothing line for duck hunters; a premium denim line; high-end bedding for girls.
Kevin O'Leary makes a $1 million offer; six young inventors aged 12 to 18 present their unsafe-driving detector; a mini-muffin that is a twist on s'mores; an online chat therapy business.
A successful entrepreneur returns with a new business idea; hand-held cooler; environmentally friendly dry cleaning bag; chewing tobacco alternative.
Sandals for barefoot runners; a magnetic sound enhancer that doesn't need power; a website that creates personalized soundtracks for children; an update on "Cousins Lobster."
A capsule that keeps beverages hot for an extended period; a new way to clean stuffed toys; reinventing the ice cream experience.
Mark and Lori offer an entrepreneur $1 million; enclosed tabletop food screen; a beer and arcade game cabinet; peel-off face paint transfer; hair care products for children; update on Squirrel Nut Butter.
A rent-a-live Christmas tree service; gluten-free fudge; cell phone accessory; indoor/outdoor play space; singer John Rich surprises an entrepreneur.
An energy and nutritional supplement designed and tested by active members of the military; a new way to shop for bridal wear; a wine tasting cruise.
A motorized vehicle suit; comedy writer Bruce Vilanch presents a computer instruction project; sugar-free candy chips; an update on a foldable guitar.
Animator Seth MacFarlane shows his support for a man who designed a new fly trap; multi-functional child cover; food storage container; follow-up on a manicure system.
A modern-day slip business; a scrubbing tool; dog-friendly frozen yogurt; an electric unicycle; an update on the "Lollacup."
Professional football player Brandon Jacobs hopes to help a woman find success with her protein-infused energy drink; a lobster roll food truck; eco-friendly cleaning products; colorful drink insulators; follow-up on a lip balm idea.
A line of dresses made of pillowcases; a unique spatula; vitamin oral sprays; energy-boosting waffles.
An unemployed man and his pregnant wife pitch a party-favorite chicken dip; a professional football player's spring-loaded laundry hamper; a technophobe presents his wireless gadget that helps people keep track of their keys or cell phone.
Professional dancers Jonathan Roberts and Anna Trebunskaya demonstrate their posture correction device; entertainment reporter Robin Leach and a designer from Florida present stone-studded leather jewelry; a gluten-free cookie business.
The sharks question the morality of a potential investment; two business partners have professional surfer Lakey Peterson demonstrate how their exercise equipment works; a man presents a personal style system.
All five sharks consider business propositions that include a ticket-free coat check system, a belt buckle that doubles as a beverage holder, and what two women say is the solution to bedbugs.
The sharks fight for a chance to go into business with an inventor; two fitness trainers pitch their idea for a unique home gym; a young man seeks an investment in his age-defying products; rapper Pitbull endorses a business.
Billy Blanks Jr. asks the sharks to invest in a dance fitness program; a music producer seeks an investment in a rock band; two college students pitch their flavored peanut butter business.
The man who created Rollerblades seeks an investment for his latest invention; a businesswoman from Rochester, N.Y., wants to make a deal for an accessory that turns any shoe into a boot.
The sharks fight over a three-in-one nail polish invented by a mother of six; a feisty couple from New York present what they think is the next trend in women's accessories; two hockey moms pitch their idea for tank tops with interchangeable straps.
An entrepreneur returns for a second chance at a deal; an inventor must prove that his creation can turn waste products into gold; a woman wants to expand her handcrafted cookie company.
Beer-infused ice cream; pre-packaged meals for pets; safety wear for motorcycle enthusiasts; a clothing business that allows people to digitally add images to any garment; a follow-up with the creators of Ride On Carry On luggage.
Singer-songwriter Ingrid Michaelson helps an entrepreneur from California pitch his music software product; a couple seek an investment for a solution to cellulite; a wine server presents a aerating device that could change the way wine is sold.
Body jewelry; movable basketball training apparatus; organic skin care; a rent-a-grandma business; Pork Barrel BBQ follow-up.
Flavored mix-and-match lip balm; a revolutionary clothing item; innovative kitchen products; a heat-recycling device; a follow-up on the creator of Daisy Cakes.
The sharks tear into a man who claims to have created a watch with health benefits; a mother tries to save her gourmet pretzel business; a man has a small but powerful idea that could make a lot of money.
A Texas family asks for an investment in a jewelry line designed by one of the daughters when she was 10 years old; a single mother pitches her wedge-type pillow for women; two men reinvent the tea experience.
A towel that provides coverage to change out of a swimsuit in public; a sweater and quilt invention; a way to maximize a wine's life; healthy cake mix for dogs; the creators of Notehall talk about the sale of their company.
A fragrance that smells like money; luxury soap with a twist; a unique guitar learning system; a blinking accessory for jeans; a follow-up on the creator of the shrimp burger.
An artistic man from Chicago hopes the sharks are interested in his cat drawing service; a man from Connecticut pitches a system intended to improve a salesperson's skills; a man seeks an investment for his innovative cargo truck management system.
NBA champion Bill Walton helps a triathlete pitch his idea for a unique water bottle; a ghostwriter from California seeks a business investment; two women from Minnesota present their online business that helps people plan their own funerals.
A woman seeks an investment for a toilet training kit for cats; the sharks fight for a piece of a million-dollar company owned by a pharmacist.
Tensions rise when Mark Cuban urges entrepreneurs to ignore the other sharks and negotiate only with him; a firefighter presents a potentially life-saving invention; a feisty entrepreneur hopes to cash in on the wedding business.
A former athlete believes his product can save lives; environmental lawn-mowers; solution to car sickness; kids birthday party franchise; an update on the Body Jac.
An entrepreneur presents a line of luxury maternity gowns; a woman tries to impress the sharks with her homemade cakes; the sharks fight over a stay-at-home dad's product.
An entrepreneur from Chicago hopes the sharks can dig him out of a financial hole; a single mother believes her aromatic lip gloss can help women look and feel beautiful.
Comic Jeff Foxworthy makes his debut as a guest Shark investor; actor Vincent Pastore pitches a business proposition; a flight attendant and her husband present their unique portable child's seat.
Children seek a backer for an idea spawned during a family trip; the sharks fight for a piece of a mother's furniture business; a personal trainer thinks he has the next trend in fitness equipment.
A shark wants to invest $4 million in a business; a toy-rental business; a new product from a sports enthusiast; a bacon-scented wake-up call; an update on last season's winner.
The exploits of two sisters with a children's dance company shock the sharks; a chef creates tasty seafood products; a winemaker has a game-changing product; an entrepreneur has a line of men's accessories.
A woman begins her presentation with shoe fashions; sisters from Chicago present a hilarious pitch; a man from Florida reinvents the umbrella.
A California entrepreneur wants to bring back old-fashioned ice cream men; a couple's pitch is about providing legal services at a coffee house; an update on the sharks' venture with an Arizona woman and her unique plush toys.
Two Texas bicyclists have an idea for a hand degreaser; a college student is passionate about his environmentally friendly clothing line; the sharks find out if lifelong entrepreneur Cactus Jack lost at least 35 pounds to seal a deal.
Things get heated when the sharks ask a husband-and-wife team to clarify the actual value of a child-care business; a chef's salad dressing mix is removed from store shelves because of offensive packaging; a golf ball cleaner.
A man wants an investment from the sharks to create an extension of his already successful business; a urologist has an unusual business proposal.
A veterinarian's product claims to prevent cancer in pets; virtual arcade; a Texas designer pitches a line of fashionable clothing for women.
A young entrepreneur's overconfidence could blow a deal with the sharks; Kevin O'Leary follows an entrepreneur out of the Shark Tank to get the last word after being outbid by another shark.
A housewife from Charleston, S.C., charms the male sharks; a college student pitches a product made from soy that he creates in his mother's kitchen.
A young Chicago entrepreneur plays hardball with the sharks while seeking funding for an innovative Internet business.
Three of the sharks make a deal for an innovative Internet company, but before the deal can be sealed, a battle ensues and one of the sharks is ousted; a lifelong entrepreneur tries to get the sharks to invest in his latest fitness device.
An entrepreneur originally from Ghana wants an investment for an Internet business; a man from California wants to franchise his graffiti-removal business.
An entrepreneurial novice makes a less-than-stellar presentation to the sharks; a father-son duo pitches a proposal for a revolutionary new musical product.
An inner-city teacher tries to sell the Sharks on his unique way to get children to learn; the owner of a gourmet food business watches the Sharks fight for a piece of the action; an astonishing offer is made for one life-saving idea.
Budding entrepreneurs work to persuade a panel of tycoons to invest in their business proposals in return for a percentage of equity in the company.