On the season finale, a college sophomore wants to make her own American dream come true with her reusable storage box.
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.
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.
A commerce flower business; anti-aging lifting strips; a breakaway hanger.
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.
The episode features a six-year-old girl from Studio City, CA, who hopes the Sharks get stuck on her paint-on bandage invention that's not just for kids; a 15-year-old from Virginia Beach, VA has come up with an appealing way to make drinking water more exciting; a socially conscious high school senior from Los Gatos, CA hopes to save the planet from electronic waste with his online recommerce business; and a 16-year-old from Deming, WA, who lives on a farm, wants to help save the bees with his spicy flavored raw honey, a product he started working on when he was 11 years old.
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 Portland, Oregon entrepreneur has a juice and smoothie cart with blenders powered entirely by pedaling vintage bikes, and a former CIA officer based in Cedar City, Utah teaches customers how to pick locks, escape handcuffs and disappear without a trace with his classes. Former pro wrestler Dallas Page and his business partner in Smyrna, GA pitch a fitness program based on yoga movements which is high energy and zero impact, and a woman from Atlanta, GA pitches her breakfast brand which includes southern specialties. We get an update on Gameface, from Tyler, TX, a temporary face paint transfer in which Mark Cuban and Lori Greiner invested last season.
This week's entrepreneurs include sisters whose edible cookie dough is meant to be enjoyed unbaked; LA entrepreneurs who've created organic flavored milk; an iPhone app for panoramic pictures; and an interactive workout technology from an Austin.
When Mark Cuban hears how a Mom from Provo, UT funded her idea to design stylish baby shoes, he proclaims that hers is the best story he's heard on how to start a business. Also, a man from Salt Lake City, UT hopes the Sharks will swallow his idea for a pill that anyone can take in a situation when food is not an option; two siblings from Prairie Village, KS hope they can zip up a deal with the Sharks with their children's swimwear line that keeps kids sun safe; and an accomplished entrepreneur from San Diego, CA has a simple way to stay fit with a custom deck of playing cards that makes exercise convenient and fun.
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.
Josh Brooks pitches Postcards on the Run to you.
Watch Matt Richmond's audition pitch for Rent A Goat before he presented on Shark Tank.
Al Bubba Baker explains how his daughter brought back him back to business.
Barbara Corcoran makes a deal with Southern Culture Artisan Foods because Kevin O'Leary wasn't offering a good deal.
Will the sharks chomp down on these ribs?
Mark Cuban offers a contingency deal with Lori Greiner to HangEase.
Lori proposes a different deal with the same amount of money to Screenmend. Mark does not want go into the business with Lori.
Schulzies Bread Pudding audition pitch.
The Sharks can't find a reason to invest in Life Caps.
Mark Cuban gives Plated the investment they wanted and asks for access to advisory shares.
Something smells fishy; will the sharks take the bait?
The first million dollar deal on Shark Tank.
Jason and Val's audition pitch before seeing the sharks.
The CFO and CEO of Chocomize make their audition pitch to Shark Tank.
Check out the Audition Pitch for ScreenMend. Compare their casting pitch to their actual pitch.
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