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Shark Tank has become one of the most addicting shows on television and will wrap up its fifth season Friday (8/7c, ABC). Whether you tune in for the banter between investors, to find out about cool products, learn how to launch a business, to hear Mr. Wonderful say, "You're dead to me," or even to watch a grown man sob on screen, it's no surprise the ABC show has had its highest rated season yet. "I think the reason the show continues to grow is that it embodies the American dream," executive producer Clay Newbill tells TVGuide.com.
Man, Shark Tank is so good — it stinks to see it leave for summer vacay. Fortunately, the ABC reality show about aspiring entrepreneurs will air two episodes back-to-back beginning at 8/7c on Friday, during which Mark Cuban will have a big confrontation with fellow Shark Kevin O'Leary.
The Sharks have never met an inventor like this. Phineas and Ferb's bumbling villain Dr. Heinz Doofenshmirtz will appear next month on the season finale of ABC's Shark Tank, offering the show's tycoons a chance to invest in his latest evil invention.Fans of the animated Disney Channel hit Phineas and Ferb know, of course, that Dr. Doofenshmirtz's nefarious "inator" creations, generally inspired by his desire to control the greater "tri-state area," usually wind up self-destructing.