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The creator of a toilet-training system for cats shares a new business idea; two Austin men offer to give up 100 percent of their hand-cooler business; a woman pitches her environmentally friendly dry-cleaning bag; and two baseball players from San Francis (more…)
A couple from Boulder pitch sandals for barefoot runners; a rabbi from St. Paul presents his idea for an iPad-sound enhancer; a Miami homemaker hopes to drum up interest in her made-in-America bibs; and a father of seven from Hollywood talks up his Web sit (more…)
Three men from Jackson, N.J., claim to have come up with a product that will revolutionize the painting industry; two moms from Austin try to win a deal for their portable mat that fits into an ultracompact pouch; and a pair of Harvard Business School grad (more…)
Three brothers pitch their idea for eyewear made from sustainable wood; a duck hunter seeks financial backing for his camouflage clothing; sorority sisters present their collection of premium denim; and a Georgia duo hope to drum up interest in high-end be (more…)
The Sharks get a taste of sugar-free nut butters; and learn about a stylish wristband that promises relief from nausea. Also: a device for removing tattoos; shoes with interchangeable heels; and an update on surf-inspired fitness equipment invested in by M (more…)
A former pro football player from Avon, Ohio, tries to win the Sharks over with his boneless baby back ribs; two moms from Bayonne, N.J., pitch their line of detachable Mohawks for safety helmets; and a Houston entrepreneur gets Robert excited with his inv (more…)
A self-proclaimed "culinary ninja" from Reno, Nev., gives a poetic pitch for his heat-and-eat paleo meals; a father-son team attempt to reel the Sharks in with their high-tech device for catching fish hooks; a mother from Seattle jeopardizes a valuable off (more…)
Pitches in the Season 3 finale include a residential lock system that incorporates a key into a mobile phone; a home gym with nitrogen-gas pressure as resistance; antiaging products inspired by their developer's older girlfriend; and recycled sneakers. Als (more…)
A mother of six girls pitches a three-in-one nail polish. Other products include women's accessories, tank tops with interchangeable straps and a sippy cup that must be produced in the U.S., its inventor insists. Also: an update on Talbott Teas.
A college student from Las Vegas wants to help others improve their SAT scores; exercise enthusiasts from Jenison, Mich., have invented what they believe is the perfect sports bra; two Denver millennials have a high-tech backpack company to pitch to the Sh (more…)
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…)
Kevin O'Leary critiques a light and healthy wine pitched by a California woman; and Robert Herjavec has some suggestions for a former merchant marine who runs a treasure-hunting operation. Also: The Sharks consider investing in cinnamon rolls and a collaps (more…)
A device that prevents objects from getting lost in the gap between a car's front seat and the center console receives interest from the Sharks. Other products include an 18-year-old girl's line of sugar scrubs; shrink-wrap gift bags; and a solution to a p (more…)
A children's dance company helmed by ruthless sisters, a seafood chef from Tennessee, an Oregon winemaker and a marketer of men's accessories try to bait the sharks. Also: an update on a Season 1 entrepreneur who put out a DVD collection called "Classroom (more…)
An 11-year-old fashion designer from Memphis is excited to show Daymond John his line of handcrafted bow ties; and two men from Boston look for an investment in their "epic" obstacle-course business. Also: a hot beverage made from roasted cocoa beans and p (more…)
A heated exchange takes place in the Season 7 finale when a Shark's temper is lost after an entrepreneur refuses an offer "for personal reasons." Other highlights include a line of healthy treats made just for women; a rare second chance to strike a deal; (more…)
A line of push lawn mowers, a push-up machine called the Body Jac, a kids' birthday-party franchise, a solution for kids getting carsick and a product whose inventor believes it will save children's lives are pitched. Jeff Foxworthy is an investor.
Dallas entrepreneurs pitch their smart lightbulb; a father-and-son team from Las Vegas demonstrate a high-tech replacement for a cork; parents from Washington, D.C., want money for their subscription-based children's book business; and a Sarasota, Fla., wo (more…)
In the third-season finale, professional dancers from "Dancing With the Stars" compete against entrepreneurs from "Shark Tank"; and Kandi Burruss and her family square off against Cynthia Bailey and her family.
A cattleman from Peoria, Ill., returns to show the Sharks what he has learned about the gourmet meat business since he first appeared on the show during Season 4. Also: a lingerie line that's sewn by women in need; and an update on Barbara Corcoran's Seaso (more…)
A Shark declares one pitchperson would drive them nuts. Products include a breath freshener with dual uses; a functional kid's placemat; and an "ugly" produce subscription service. Also: a follow-up on the Houston-based founders of LuminAID solar inflatabl (more…)