An 11-year old fashionista created a line of hand-crafted bowties.
A guitar player hopes to land a deal for his musician hire service.
An entrepreneur from Salt Lake City hopes to convince the Sharks of the delicious and healthy merits of his energy bars fortified with protein from crickets.
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 Portland, Oregon entrepreneur has a juice and smoothie cart with blenders powered entirely by pedaling vintage bikes, and a former CIA officer based in Utah teaches customers how to pick locks, escape handcuffs and disappear without a trace.
Barbara Corcoran makes a deal with Southern Culture Artisan Foods because Kevin O'Leary wasn't offering a good deal.
Kent Frankovich of Revolights discusses the details of their product and how they would use the Sharks' investment.
Sanjiv Patel pitches Lord Nut Levington and explains the need to revolutionize the nut category.
A shark tries to lure this fish away from its school!
If you ask one more time I’m going to go out. Velocity Signs must decide between partnering with the male sharks or the female sharks.
The Wall Doctor almost loses Robert after he tries to make two of the sharks work together.
Mark Cuban finds the value proposition to Groove Book's business.
Robert Herjavec comes back in to make an offer. Invisiplug almost runs out of time before turning down his offer.
The Sharks can't find a reason to invest in Life Caps.
When all the sharks go out, Mark Cuban offers Bon Affair the exact amount they're looking for.
Crio Bru walks us through brewing a cup of Crio, how to brew a cup of Crio.
Mark Cuban calls out Revolight of coming on the show to only advertise.
Sean Genenbacher makes his audition pitch and introduces you Lite-Netics, the magnetic Christmas light strands.
A pill that could save your life if you're stranded at sea; will the sharks swallow his story?
Pat Crowley of Chapul makes his audition pitch for their protein bars made with crickets.
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