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Kevin and Robert team up against Mark; and two gorgeous women attempt to charm their way into an investment. Also: a line of aromatherapy sprays designed to help children with their fears; a lightweight carrier for tired tots; a special cooking tray for ra (more…)
The Sharks hear a pitch for hypergravity-exercise clothing, as well as a line of products that appeal to fans of facial hair, and a karaoke machine that adds jaw-dropping vocal harmonies to help users sound like their favorite singing stars. Also: belts th (more…)
Billionaire Mark Cuban joins the sharks as the second season opens with a woman who rents toys, an extreme sports enthusiast and a man hawking a breakfast innovation. There's also an update on Season 1's granola gourmet, Jeff Cohen.
A San Francisco man brings the Sharks a unique and elegant lighting solution; a duo from Menlo Park, Cal., show up in pajamas to make their pitch for a wearable technology; actor Dean Cain and UFC fighter Urijah Faber endorse an entrepreneur's custom-tailo (more…)
Two mountain bikers pitch their cleaning solution for drinking containers; sisters try to add fun to any event with their wearable fabric stickers; a dad from Live Oak. Fla., explains how his vest was inspired by his daughter's winning science project; and (more…)
U.S. Army veterans from Chicago hope to empower farmers in a war-torn country by helping them cultivate and harvest saffron. Other pitches include an undershirt that prevents embarrassing sweat stains; a belt buckle that doubles as a wallet; and a multipur (more…)
A frozen gumbo brick is pitched to the Sharks by a former truck driver from California; and a Pennsylvania man has a "shocking" idea for keeping pesky squirrels away from his bird feeder. Also: an artisan coffee delivery service; housewares made from Vermo (more…)
Mark Cuban gives a mechanical engineer from San Francisco a tongue-lashing; and parents from Los Angeles pitch babywear that's designed to help caregivers keep track of busy crawlers. Also: an invention that could revolutionize shoe shining; a Rochester ma (more…)
Ashton Kutcher joins the Sharks, who consider pitches for a way to instantly check a pet's health; hand-held surfing boards; fashionable headphones geared towards female consumers; and an idea to utilize the unused space on a cell phone's backside. Also: B (more…)
Veteran and military spouse entrepreneurs try to drum up support. Included: a handbag company that uses upcycled materials, but charges $200 or higher for the product; "smart" gloves that can be used on the ski slopes and motorcycles; a personal organizati (more…)
A Pittsburgh man hopes to green up the landscaping and gardening industries with his sustainable soil replacement for peat moss; two Colorado moms try to make a deal for their sweet-flavored face wipes; business partners present what they believe is a safe (more…)
Businessman Steve Tisch joins the Sharks. Included: Sisters from Illinois pitch cookie dough that's meant to be eaten unbaked; the makers of organic flavored milk claim it tastes like what's left at the bottom of the cereal bowl; boxer Marlen Esparza helps (more…)
A posture-correction device is demonstrated by two professional dancers; entertainment reporter Robin Leach helps pitch a line of stone-studded leather jewelry; a Vermont couple try to sell the investors on vegan, gluten-free cookies; and a business idea f (more…)
A device that allows homeowners to figure out who's ringing their doorbell, even if they aren't home. Also: Sisters with a subscription gift service designed to provoke creativity among children; a North Carolina woman who has come up with a tasty slaw/sal (more…)
Business ideas and products started by entrepreneurs while they were in college are featured, including a couple who provide microloans to those in need. Also: Interest in a Philadelphia student's scholarship app leads three of the Sharks to walk out of th (more…)
A dad pitches his potty-training device; and three friends from Los Angeles hope to start a tasty trend with their baked-to-order sweets. Also: an update on an inspirational toy business invested in by Mark Cuban during Season 6.
Maternity T-shirts, a toilet-training kit for cats, extravagant but affordable jewelry, and shoes with interchangeable tops are pitched in the second-season finale. Also: an update on Season 1's Voyage Air Guitar, whose inventors turned down a million-doll (more…)
An e-commerce flower business; a remedy for mouth wrinkles; a "breakaway" hanger; and party tableware made from renewable plant materials. Also: Kevin O'Leary appears on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" and offers an update on GrooveBook.
Millennial entrepreneurs are featured, including a man from New York City who pitches a product that he believes is essential in every college dorm room; and later, two Harvard grads have a formula for fixing shrunken sweaters. Also: A California surfer du (more…)
Barbara and Kevin take part in a demonstration for an innovative way to tie the knot; and a Pittsburgh native gives an update on her prospering business of sugar scrubs. Also: Two young women pitch toys designed to empower the next generation of female eng (more…)
Two North Carolina men want to rent out their goats for landscaping needs; a Los Angeles woman pitches a solution for painful bikini waxes; and an update on two entrepreneurs from Florida who had to overcome a family tragedy after Barbara invested in their (more…)
Products include an energy-boosting nutritional supplement designed and tested by active-duty military personnel; an online boutique for bridal wear; and wine-tasting cruises. Also: a follow-up on a jewelry business from Season 2.
- Birth Name: Barbara Ann Corcoran
- Birth Place: Edgewater, New Jersey, United States
- Profession: Investor, Businesswoman, Speaker, Consultant, Author, Television personality