Noam and Irene Krasniansky pitch Bambooee to get casted on Shark Tank.
But did they push their luck making counteroffers?
Mr. Wonderful's offer just isn't sweet enough.
Who knew ugly holiday sweaters could mean big business? Well, Shark Robert Herjavec, obviously -- which is why he invested in Tipsy Elves in Season 5.
Daymond's investment from Season 5 is soaring.
Mark Cuban and Barbara Corcoran explain why they think Robert Herjavec didn’t make a real offer to Fort Margic.
The Living Christmas Company made a deal with Mark Cuban in Season 4. See how they're doing today with Mark's help.
Something smells fishy; will the sharks take the bait?
Ryan Carpenter pitches Moberi to secure a spot on Shark Tank.
Roominate gets the deal they were looking for -- with contingencies.
When a deal is on the table, soliciting more offers can be risky.
With great sales figures to boast, Squatty Potty drives a hard bargain in the Shark Tank. Will that chase off the Sharks?
The yelling stops when Kevin calls it a piece of crap.
They want Mark; they want Robert. Can they get both Sharks?
Jimmy Kimmel, with the help of Guillermo, pitches the sharks on his new fashion idea: Horse Pants. Watch the clip now, and see how it all turns out Monday 10/27 on Jimmy Kimmel Live. From Shark Tank's season 6 episode, "Week 5."
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