On the season premiere, a man puts the man in manicure.
Golf caddy company; safer toys; faceware accessory.
Pitches include a mother and son from Grand Rapids, MI whose business can give every bride a gorgeous wedding cake but for a slice of the price; and a restaurateur from Houston, TX has a solution to a common problem encountered while dining out.
Stuffed animal washclothes; puppy sling.
Barbara Corcoran and Kevin O'Leary renew their vows.
This Season Pass includes all current episodes and will include future episodes after broadcast date as they become available. "Shark Tank" is back for a sixth season, with the Sharks continuing the search to invest in the best businesses and products that America has to offer.
On the season finale, a college sophomore wants to make her own American dream come true with her reusable storage box. A couple hope to cook up a deal with their reinvented cookware, two exuberant moms create an iPad app that measures foot sizes, and two men from Aurora, IL design a simple solution to tying up a water balloon. In a first of its kind follow-up, many of the amazing success stories from "Shark Tank" are highlighted, with the entrepreneurs discussing their experiences and how their businesses have grown since coming to the Tank.
Self-professed wine connoisseur Kevin O'Leary gives advice to a lady from Solano Beach, CA on her lighter, healthier alternative to a full-bodied wine. Likewise, Robert Herjavec has some suggestions for a former merchant marine from Anacortes, WA on his innovative, deep-sea treasure hunting business. Three men from San Francisco, CA hope to paddle their way into a deal with a collapsible kayak that folds up like the traditional Japanese art of origami, and a couple from Pleasant Hill, CA reveal to the Sharks the surprising twist they put into their decadent cinnamon rolls. Also, an update on Jim Tselikis and Sabin Lomac from Los Angeles, CA and their Maine 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 fashionista from Memphis, Tennessee has already captured Oprah's attention with his line of hand-crafted bowties for people of all ages which he makes with his family members. But can he cut a deal in the Tank with Daymond John or another Shark? Two men from Linden, Utah present their new hot beverage made from roasted cocoa beans roasted like coffee which is packed with antioxidants, and a college student from Provo, Utah created his own blend of nutritional supplements to help focus, mental agility, and overall brain health. Two Boston men operate a popular 5K obstacle course race series in 20 cities.
Two Dallas entrepreneurs demonstrate their smart light bulb which can be programmed from a mobile phone for home or business, a father-son team from Las Vegas have a high-tech replacement for a cork that helps preserve wine and olive oil, parents from Washington, D.C. unveil their subscription service of carefully-curated children's books, but they only have 85 subscribers to date, and a Sarasota, FL woman has a fort-building construction kit for kids that makes castles, pirate ships and cars. Plus, a follow-up on Breathometer, one of the show's most popular deals; five Sharks invested in it earlier this season. It's a breathalyzer app that works with your smart phone.
A guitar player from Dallas, TX hopes to sing his way into a deal for his service that helps people find and hire music instructors; a firefighter from San Diego, CA has come up with a simple way to stop costly, accidental fire sprinkler activations; two friends from Salt Lake City, UT show how they can turn fire and water into a battery charger; and the outside-the-box thinking of two men from San Francisco, CA could result in a deal for their all-inclusive project kits in a box. In a follow up segment, Tiffany Krumins, from Auburn, GA and creator of Ava the Elephant medicine dispenser, gives an update on her business, which Barbara invested in during season one.
Barbara Corcoran and Lori Greiner team up to battle it out against Robert Herjavec, Mark Cuban and Kevin O'Leary over a particularly enticing product. An entrepreneur from Louisville, KY has whimsical plush slippers he claims feels like pillows on your feet; inventors from Sacramento, CA show off their dynamic signage for business owners who don't want to hire human sign holders; two women from Macon, GA have created trousers and leggings that give instant, built-in uplift to one's derriere; a Dallas-based foodie wants to make his mark with his boldly-flavored line of nuts for snacking, and an update on CordaRoys, a line of beanbag furniture that has skyrocketed in sales after Lori Greiner investment.
Three men from Jackson, NJ with 60 years of painting experience among them, cause the Sharks to get in a feeding frenzy over their convenient way to store a wet paintbrush. Two moms from Austin, TX hope at least one Shark will make an offer for their portable mat that fits into an ultra-compact pouch, two Harvard Business School grads from New York, NY devised a unique way to provide a chef-designed, pre-portioned nutritious meal right to your door, and two men from Park City, UT offer a healthier version of a favorite breakfast with their whole-grain flapjack and waffle mix.
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; an inventor from Vista, California shows how his garage lock will protect everyone from easy break-ins, a confident entrepreneur from Needham, MA, tries to school the Sharks, even those without hair, on a "paradigm shift in morning grooming"--his shower cap to fix bedhead, and two young men from Chicago, OH, try to woo the Sharks on their e-commerce platform for digital textbook rentals. And, an amazing update on this season's newest success story--Fiber Fix, created by entrepreneurs from Orem, Utah, in which Lori Greiner invested.
But did they push their luck making counteroffers?
Mark Cuban and Barbara Corcoran explain why they think Robert Herjavec didn’t make a real offer to Fort Margic.
Kevin even calls it "one of the worst ideas I've ever seen."
The impact of Shark Tank on the business they've invested in.
Phillip Lapuz's story even brings Kevin to tears.
Despite getting an offer from Daymond as well as a joint offer from Lori and Robert, Ray Phillips and Alvin Uy of Soapsox fight to maintain more ownership of their business, often to the dismay of the Sharks. From Shark Tank's season 6 episode, "Week 2."
Owner Laura Padawer makes her audition pitch for Alaska Glacial Mud to be on Shark Tank.
Mark Cuban receives a counter offer after PowerPot rejects his initial offer. Kevin O'Leary makes a point that there are many venture capital firms but only one Shark Tank.
Mark Cuban offers a contingency deal with Lori Greiner to HangEase.
After Barbara calls them out as a "rich kid business," Reviver's numbers and product still attract Lori and Robert, and Ben and Eric Kusin have to make a choice. From Shark Tank's season 6 episode, "Week 3."
Something smells fishy; will the sharks take the bait?
Roominate gets the deal they were looking for -- with contingencies.
See how the Season 3 custom bike-maker has fared with Barbara and Mark.
Pat Crowley of Chapul makes his audition pitch for their protein bars made with crickets.
Daymond and Mark patiently wait for them to talk themselves down.
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