Shark Tank Episode Guides
Millions are placed on the line when an entrepreneur presents his new medical product. The Sharks battle over a woman's idea for a subscription toy business.
The Sharks field offers from bubbly sisters who own a kid's dance company; a chef who specializes in shrimp burgers; and a winemaker with a new packaging system. Also, a loudmouth entrepreneur with magnetic collar stays nearly blows a deal with Daymond.
A mother who taught herself furniture building entices two of the Sharks into a bidding war, a personal trainer presents a new exercise product, a family pitches a new game for kids, and an entrepreneur showcases his secret formula cleaning solution.
Comedian Jeff Foxworthy makes his debut as a Shark, and actor Vincent Pastore helps pitch a cash holder as a wallet substitute. A couple presents a carry-on item for toting children around airports, two friends introduce their Hill Billy brand, and a beef jerky maker seeks an investment in the company his deceased father founded.
A housewife pitches magnetic decals intended to improve the cosmetics of appliances, and a woman tries to sell her new style of lip gloss. A former real estate salesman fails to impress the Sharks with his key chains, and two partners with lighted decals try to overcome the skepticism in the room.
A mother pitches her line of maternity hospital gowns, a southern woman thinks she has the best recipes for her cake shipping business, and a couple has a cooler fit for golfers. Kevin O., Kevin H., Robert, and Daymond all bid over a broom with a built-in scraper.
A former athlete manages to sell half of his company for hydration systems for young football players to Jeff Foxworthy; an entrepreneur offers up his eco-friendly lawn mowers; a father pitches a bib for young children who get car sick; and two brothers look for a half-million dollar investment in their kids' party company.
Mark Cuban surprises the other Sharks when he dominates the negotiating process with a fireman who has a special hose attachment. Cuban also offends the Sharks when he tries to box them out of a deal with two men who have eco-friendly speakers. An entrepreneur tries to sell her wedding floor runners, and a businessman pitches a masculine line of candles.
A woman pitches a toilet training product for cats, a pharmacist fields offers for her customizable shoe product, a businesswoman seeks an investment in her maternity clothing line, and an artist presents his jewelry designs.
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