Robert Herjavec has concerns about the company Natural Grip, which he invested in during Season 6, when he meets with its founder, an Army captain from Louisville. Also: Daymond John suggests Titin takes its headquarters from Atlanta to Manhattan; and Barbara Corcoran thinks it's time for the 13-year-old entrepreneur behind Q-Flex to move her operations from her garage in San Luis Obispo, Cal.
Arianna Huffington is asked by Kevin O'Leary to meet with the founders of an online honeymoon crowdfunding site who he fears are about to make a disastrous move; Lori Greiner stops by the new Gainesville, Fla., showroom of CordaRoy's with a surprise; and Barbara Corcoran helps Pork Barrel BBQ grow their company.
Kevin O'Leary checks in on Breathometer, which all five Sharks invested $1 million in during Season 5; the New York City duo behind Bombas socks have concerns about their growth potential; Robert Herjavec suggests there's room for improvement as far as Gold Rush Nugget Bucket's social media presence is concerned; and Barbara Corcoran has some hard advice on business strategy for the creator of Hoppy Paws.
Lori Greiner and Robert Herjavec have brand expansion concerns when they meet with the Mensch on a Bench creator; the makers of Mango Mango Preserves receive unexpected help form their hometown of Hampton, Va.; and the founders of Aqua Vault ask investor Daymond John for money in order to secure a deal with a major water park. Also: an update on Season 2's Toygaroo.
Mark Cuban offers encouragement to the entrepreneur behind Bon Affair wine spritzers as she takes the next step towards success; Daymond John delivers tough love to a Season 4 businessman who's trying to sell a belt with no holes; and Lori Greiner meets with the Floating Mug innovator to discuss a possible investment in his company.
Barbara Corcoran offers advice to the siblings behind Pipcorn as they deal with business location issues; the founder of Pursecase turns to Lori Greiner for help following the departure of her partner; and Mark Cuban has some tips on how to make a meeting with an international plant brand go smoothly for PittMoss.
Robert Herjavec has some harsh truths for the owners of the California-based Hamboards; Barbara Corcoran pays a surprise visit to a Season 2 entrepreneur who didn't get a deal with Original Runner; Kevin O'Leary deals with changes in command at RuckPack.
The makers of a protein-packed peanut butter ask investors Robert Herjavec and Mark Cuban about growing their business; Lori Greiner prepares the Bambooee pitchman for his QVC appearance; and Kevin O'Leary sets up a meeting with a hospitality giant to discuss Zipz Wine.
Daymond John encourages the CEO and founder of Turbopup to make a huge move; Lori Greiner talks to the Los Angeles entrepreneurs behind Drop Stop about hiring some outside help; and Kevin O'Leary travels to Raleigh to present a money-making idea to the co-owners of Frill.
Robert Herjavec meets with executives from DreamWorks to interest them in Happy Feet, a footwear company with animal-shaped slippers; Daymond John looks at how the recession impacted Treasure Chest Pets; the owners of Scratch & Grain recall learning about production; the creator of Oilerie, a gourmet self-serve olive oil franchise, discusses how he kept his dream alive after not receiving a deal from the Sharks.
In the Season 2 finale, the Austin team from BeatBox beverages, a boxed wine geared to millennials, meet with investor Mark Cuban to come up with creative ways to bring in new customers. Also: Barbara Corcoran devises a plan for growing the COOP party-planning service; and Kevin O'Leary offers advice to two sisters from Washington, D.C., who left the Tank without a deal for their budding business Surprise Ride.
A follow-up on the mother and son who invented the Squatty Potty, which was invested in by Lori Greiner during Season 6. Also: Mark Cuban expresses some concerns about the Tower Paddle Board business; the team behind Wicked Good Cupcakes present their ideas for expansion to Kevin O'Leary; and the founder of Grill Charms reflects on the tough decisions she made as an entrepreneur.
Barbara Corcoran explains to the founders of Cousins Maine Lobster why they should hold off on expanding; Daymond John takes a boy he's mentoring on a tour of his childhood home in Brooklyn; and Kevin O'Leary offers advice on being more efficient to the makers of the Bottle Breacher from Season 6.
Lori Greiner checks in on the creators of the Paintbrush Cover; and Robert Herjavec tries to help the inventors of Lollacup reignite sales. Also: Success is found by a brand of gluten-free cookies the Sharks didn't invest in during Season 4.
In the Season 2 premiere, Mark Cuban meets with the founder of Simple Sugars, a natural-scrub product line, who reveals her desire to grow into a $30 million company; and Daymond John struggles to see eye-to-eye with the entrepreneur behind a successful party cup. Also: The creator of Pet Paint regrets not taking a Shark's offer; and the maker of Biaggi foldable luggage invests in a product he knows Lori Greiner doesn't like.
Barbara Corcoran offers advice to the entrepreneurs behind the successful women's clothing company Grace and Lace; Daymond John invites a proponent of urban beehives to his Upstate New York property; and Lori Greiner helps the founder of Scrub Daddy deal with a catastrophic issue.