7.1
149 votes
Dragons' Den

Dragons' Den

BBC Two 2005

Budding entrepreneurs get three minutes to pitch their business ideas to five multi-millionaires willing to invest their own cash.

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The 10 Worst Episodes of Dragons' Den

Dragons' Den - S6E1

#1 - Episode 1

6.33

Season 6 - Episode 1

The sixth series opens with entrepreneurs pushing the virtues of tiny travel cushions, as well as a very nervous indie band and an ex-vacuum cleaner salesman.

The episode was rated #1 Worst episode of Dragons' Den from 9 votes.

Dragons' Den - S12E10

#2 - Episode 10

6.36

Season 12 - Episode 10

Ideas pitched include an anti-piracy device for sailors, a children's bike horn, and a brand of ice-cream with an east Asian flavour. A Scottish entrepreneur tries to drum up interest in his shopping app and a family business tries to appeal to the Dragons' softer sides with their subscription boxes for babies. Can anyone walk away with a deal?

The episode was rated #2 Worst episode of Dragons' Den from 14 votes.

Dragons' Den - S3E3

#3 - Episode 3

6.38

Season 3 - Episode 3

Budding entrepreneurs approach 5 of the best business minds in the UK with the hope of securing financial backing for their business proposal. Can they in a few short minutes persuade the Dragons that they are a sound investment? Or will they get shown the door?

The episode was rated #3 Worst episode of Dragons' Den from 8 votes.

Dragons' Den - S8E5

#4 - Episode 5

6.42

Season 8 - Episode 5

Paul Morris from Harrogate believes he's cracked the genetic code of an acorn to make genetically engineered pig feed. Is it a ground-breaking discovery or will the Dragons think it's all hogwash? Mike and Sarah Longthorn, and Laura Booth from Hull think they have the perfect welly for festival fashionistas braving the mud. Inventor Ehsan Yazdani from London shows off his portable mini gym for fitness fanatics on the go, but can he convince the Dragons that his business is in good shape? And if that wasn't enough, Reverend John Berriman from Cornwall has invented a new flavour of fizzy drink with a very unusual ingredient. It's time for a Dragon taste test - will the Reverend pass or fail?

The episode was rated #4 Worst episode of Dragons' Den from 12 votes.

Dragons' Den - S16E13

#5 - Episode 13

6.60

Season 16 - Episode 13

Peter Jones, Deborah Meaden, Touker Suleyman, Jenny Campbell and Tej Lalvani test the profit-making potential of more business ideas. A Yorkshire chef showcases a range of bespoke pastries, a Dutch designer pitches a brand of eco-friendly furniture, and an entrepreneurial duo seek investment in their artisanal craft gin.

The episode was rated #5 Worst episode of Dragons' Den from 20 votes.

Dragons' Den - S3E2

#6 - Episode 2

6.75

Season 3 - Episode 2

Budding entrepreneurs approach 5 of the best business minds in the UK with the hope of securing financial backing for their business proposal. Can they in a few short minutes persuade the Dragons that they are a sound investment? Or will they get shown the door?

The episode was rated #6 Worst episode of Dragons' Den from 8 votes.

Dragons' Den - S5E3

#7 - Episode 3

6.78

Season 5 - Episode 3

In the third episode of the fifth series, the entrepreneurs present the following ideas to the dragons: * De-tangling brush. * Cuddle dry towel. * Pop fastening underwear. * Take-away English food franchise. * Portable shower attachment. * Wheelie bin deodorizer. * Electronic luggage tag. * Concentration aids for children.

The episode was rated #7 Worst episode of Dragons' Den from 9 votes.

Dragons' Den - S2E5

#8 - Episode 5

6.79

Season 2 - Episode 5

Budding entrepreneurs approach 5 of the best business minds in the UK with the hope of securing financial backing for their business proposal. Can they in a few short minutes persuade the Dragons that they are a sound investment? Or will they get shown the door?

The episode was rated #8 Worst episode of Dragons' Den from 14 votes.

Dragons' Den - S8E9

#9 - Episode 9

6.83

Season 8 - Episode 9

Young entrepreneur John Buni from London brings futuristic laser beams into the Den. His modern take on tailoring uses a laser body scanner to collect measurements for bespoke suits. The Dragons know all about fine tailoring, but will this idea measure up? A father and son duo have invented a plastic vest to help gym-goers lose weight as they work up a sweat. Now they want the Dragons to see the potential in their idea and help them gain the extra pounds they need in investment. Plus, a website venture supplying vehicle accessories is ready for the extra push a Dragon investor can bring, and serial inventor Solvej Biddle brings her latest innovative idea into the Den. It's a backpack that converts into a travel play-kit for children - a tough market to crack, but she thinks she has what it takes to convince a Dragon to help fast-track it to success.

The episode was rated #9 Worst episode of Dragons' Den from 6 votes.

Dragons' Den - S1E4

#10 - Episode 4

6.84

Season 1 - Episode 4

Highlights include; "Maximat" - an odour absorbing mat for dogs, "Tattoo erase" - a tattoo removal system, "Destination London" - a board game aimed at tourists, and a company who claim to be able to chemically boost the production of expensive, yet rare "Black Truffles".

The episode was rated #10 Worst episode of Dragons' Den from 19 votes.

#11 - Episode 5
6.91
Season 9 - Episode 5

Dragons' Den is once more open for business, with the five multimillionaire investors ready and willing to invest in Britain's best commercial prospects. This time all the world's a stage and the Dragons merely players when two business partners from Lincolnshire pitch their pantomime company. But by turning the Den into a makeshift theatre, can they prove that show business and financial business really do mix? Elsewhere, one entrepreneur uses his pitch to tell the Dragons a story about growing up in South Africa, rather than concentrating on facts and figures, but how will that go down with the multimillionaires? Plus two joggers enter the Den to pitch their fast-paced delivery service; and a young mum offers a solution to everyone's outdoor toilet needs.

The episode was rated #1 Worst episode of Dragons' Den from 11 votes.

#12 - Episode 9
6.91
Season 17 - Episode 9

Tonight’s hopefuls include a beauty entrepreneur whose tools have a social as well as practical purpose and two low-alcohol brewers who hope the Dragons will stump up for the ultimate round of investment. And the multimillionaires try more than a business on for size when a footwear entrepreneur pitches his range of hand-finished shoes. Will he leave the Den walking on air?

The episode was rated #2 Worst episode of Dragons' Den from 22 votes.

#13 - Episode 14
6.91
Season 16 - Episode 14

A trio of cyclists present their idea for a bike taxi service, a former dentistry student introduces a range of children's toothbrushes, and two combat experts look for funding for a new kind of protein snack bar.

The episode was rated #3 Worst episode of Dragons' Den from 22 votes.

#14 - Episode 14
6.91
Season 17 - Episode 14

Syrian refugees Razan and Raghid Sandouk bring their British-made alternative to Cypriot halloumi to the Den, but will the Dragons think it is a tasty proposition? Also breezing into the Den are partners in business and life Richard and Samantha, with their cutting-edge virus filtration gadgets. And Joe Metcalfe is hoping for a handout from the Dragons with his charity-meets-commerce clothing business. Can he convince the Dragons that pre-loved can be profitable?

The episode was rated #4 Worst episode of Dragons' Den from 23 votes.

#15 - Episode 8
6.92
Season 9 - Episode 8

Two entrepreneurs have a plan to revolutionise the UK housing market, while another pair hope their unusual garden pods will persuade the Dragons to part with their cash. Elsewhere, a husband and wife team believe they have created a must-have accessory for women, and two of the youngest-ever participants enter the Den to pitch their record label. Presented by Evan Davis.

The episode was rated #5 Worst episode of Dragons' Den from 12 votes.

#16 - Episode 4
6.92
Season 2 - Episode 4

Budding entrepreneurs approach 5 of the best business minds in the UK with the hope of securing financial backing for their business proposal. Can they in a few short minutes persuade the Dragons that they are a sound investment? Or will they get shown the door?

The episode was rated #6 Worst episode of Dragons' Den from 13 votes.

#17 - Episode 6
6.92
Season 2 - Episode 6

Budding entrepreneurs approach 5 of the best business minds in the UK with the hope of securing financial backing for their business proposal. Can they in a few short minutes persuade the Dragons that they are a sound investment? Or will they get shown the door?

The episode was rated #7 Worst episode of Dragons' Den from 13 votes.

#18 - Episode 9
6.96
Season 16 - Episode 9

Peter Jones, Deborah Meaden, Touker Suleyman, Jenny Campbell and Tej Lalvani assess the profit-making potential of three more business ideas. This week's would-be entrepreneurs are pitching a range of green tea, a bathroom construction invention that could revolutionise the building trade, and a new type of snack.

The episode was rated #8 Worst episode of Dragons' Den from 26 votes.

#19 - Episode 4
7.00
Season 6 - Episode 4

A motorcycle helmet with a wiper, special men's underwear and an award winning accessory for your pram are all brought before the Dragons.

The episode was rated #9 Worst episode of Dragons' Den from 8 votes.

#20 - Episode 3
7.00
Season 1 - Episode 3

Highlights include; a Scottish castle renovation, "Le Beanock" - a suspended floor cushion, "Outerbox" - disposable outdoor furniture, and a three dimensional measuring system using a digital camera.

The episode was rated #10 Worst episode of Dragons' Den from 23 votes.

Last updated: apr 16, 2021

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