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A husband and wife from Los Angeles, California, pitch their twist on traditional sauces. A mother-and-daughter team from San Francisco, California, pitch their artisan-made designs inspired by the craftsmanship of each country. Afro-Latina sisters from Los Angeles, California, pitch their beauty and lifestyle brand. A duo of entrepreneurs from Los Angeles, California, brings celebrating with champagne to the next level. Season 9's Alice Lewis updates us on her Boston, Massachusetts-based company, Alice's Table.
The episode was rated #1 Worst episode of Shark Tank from 0 votes.
Entrepreneurs from Chicago, Illinois, pitch their take on a traditional snack food. An immigrant from Ghana and a social media star from Indianapolis, Indiana, bring pitch their single-serve all-in-one portable product. A husband-and-wife duo from San Francisco, California, presents their beverage line made from real herbs, fruits and flowers. An entrepreneur from Houston, Texas, makes taking care of newborns a little easier. Season 11's kidpreneur Cassidy Crawley updates us on her Honolulu, Hawaii-based, two-in-one chew toy and baby spoon company, Baby Toon.
The episode was rated #2 Worst episode of Shark Tank from 0 votes.
A modern version of a fading men's fashion trend; a far-out textiles brand; a clothing design which helps to comfortably bring dads and their babies closer together; a solution to one of childhood's messiest milestones.
The episode was rated #3 Worst episode of Shark Tank from 84 votes.
Body jewelry; movable basketball training apparatus; organic skin care; a rent-a-grandma business; Pork Barrel BBQ follow-up.
The episode was rated #4 Worst episode of Shark Tank from 127 votes.
A graphic designer and a patent attorney from Olympia, Washington, have a high-tech way to make children's story time more magical, but the Sharks are skeptical of their business model; a father from Brooklyn, New York, has a brand of functional paternity clothing for new dads; parents from Salem, Utah, bring in their five daughters to showcase a solution to hairy drain problems in the shower and bathtub; and a former pro football player and his business partner pitch a better version of a workout device.
The episode was rated #5 Worst episode of Shark Tank from 303 votes.
A gadget designed to safely and quickly get children in and out of a car; a lower-cost computer for kids; a data-driven approach to skin care; a device created to bring a robot revolution to children's education; Anne Wojcicki guest sharks.
The episode was rated #6 Worst episode of Shark Tank from 74 votes.
An ingenious line of office products that makes working or learning more functional and eco-friendly; a safety product for saving lives; a healthy take on a favorite childhood drink; the future of restaurants; Rohan Oza guest judges.
The episode was rated #7 Worst episode of Shark Tank from 88 votes.
First into the Tank are entrepreneurs from Fort Collins, Colorado, who present their fast-casual restaurant focusing on late-night food done right. Entrepreneurs from Lexington, Kentucky, pitch their line of designer bat houses for an effective natural solution to pest control. A husband and wife duo from San Diego, California, introduce their stylish product that keeps your pet safe from predators. Last into the Tank is a world-renowned jiujitsu instructor from Torrance, California, who solves a problem that we never knew we had with his dual fashion design. The Sharks in this episode are Mark Cuban, Kevin O'Leary, Lori Greiner, Robert Herjavec and Daymond John.
The episode was rated #8 Worst episode of Shark Tank from 117 votes.
A unique fitness system; a high-tech headband designed to provide the brain with a boost of energy; festive party hats; a wine made from honey.
The episode was rated #9 Worst episode of Shark Tank from 59 votes.
A man has an innovative way to check your pet’s health with your phone, but an old-fashioned way to capture the specimen; an engaged couple hope to make a deal for their hand-held surfing boards; two men provide female consumers a stylish way to listen to music on fashionable headphones; and an entrepreneur has an idea that makes the most of the unused space on the backside of your cell phone. Also, Barbara Corcoran invites several entrepreneurs to Cabo San Lucas to discuss topics ranging from opening up an online business to dealing with the “overnight” success of being on the show.
The episode was rated #10 Worst episode of Shark Tank from 304 votes.
A rent-a-live Christmas tree service; gluten-free fudge; cell phone accessory; indoor/outdoor play space; singer John Rich surprises an entrepreneur.
The episode was rated #1 Worst episode of Shark Tank from 100 votes.
An entrepreneur from Old Hickory, Tennessee, uses her Southern charm and cooking skills to pitch the Sharks on expanding her fried food empire. A father and daughter duo from Alexandria, Virginia, wheel in their gardening product as they ask the Sharks to help them add to their toolshed of ideas. An entertainer from Baton Rouge, Louisiana, gets the Sharks moving as he showcases his unique approach to exercise classes. Finally, a creative businesswoman from Queens, New York, paints the Sharks a picture of how to grow her service that connects customers with local artists.
The episode was rated #2 Worst episode of Shark Tank from 88 votes.
The episode was rated #3 Worst episode of Shark Tank from 6 votes.
An entrepreneur from Surfside, Florida, pitches a classic dessert with a healthy twist. Two safety-oriented engineers from Littleton, Colorado, share their product designed to boost visibility while navigating the streets. An entrepreneur from Los Angeles pitches a hands-free gadget. Three entrepreneurs from Miami pitch an educational robot.
The episode was rated #4 Worst episode of Shark Tank from 57 votes.
Dog chews made from yak and cow milk are pitched to the Sharks. Other products include colorful lipsticks that are organic; and there's an update on protein-packed nut spreads invested in by Robert and Mark during Season 4.
The episode was rated #5 Worst episode of Shark Tank from 101 votes.
A sustainable soil replacement for peat moss; a tasty and tantrum-free way to clean messy kids with sweet-flavored face wipes; a safer way to connect electrical wires; a digital text technology for eBooks. Also: an update on H2W Inc. that makes novelty eyewear, which Daymond invested in during Season 6.
The episode was rated #6 Worst episode of Shark Tank from 140 votes.
Singer Pat Boone helps to pitch an eco-friendly car that runs on compressed air; a fit mother of three touts the benefits of her diet snack bars; a fisherman offers the Sharks the chance to invest in his unique lure, which helped him earn a world record; and two Cincinnati men look for help growing their eyeglasses business. Also: a follow-up on Lori's investment in Heidi Ho Organics.
The episode was rated #7 Worst episode of Shark Tank from 149 votes.
An automatic dog potty system that wraps and then seals the waste to maintain a clean and odor-free home from an entrepreneur in Chicago, Illinois; two entrepreneurs from Phoenix, Arizona, designed an app to make tipping easier; twin entrepreneurs from Sacramento, California, hope to make the world of pickup basketball much simpler; and an invention that absorbs moisture and deodorizes sweaty sports gear from an entrepreneur in Ashburn, Virginia.
The episode was rated #8 Worst episode of Shark Tank from 229 votes.
A healthy alternative to salt; a spring-loaded cake stand; an entertaining approach to the tried-and-true carving knives often used during holidays; a product designed to attach a cellphone to almost any surface.
The episode was rated #9 Worst episode of Shark Tank from 73 votes.
A Portland, Ore., couple seek financial backing for their customized sandals, which are manufactured in Uganda; a father explains how his daughter inspired him to make a gold-mining bucket; a San Francisco woman pitches a sports bra that she claims is a “fanny pack for your rack”; and the Sharks consider investing in a do-it-yourself kit to develop photos. Also: an update on the Paint Brush Cover from Season 5.
The episode was rated #10 Worst episode of Shark Tank from 112 votes.
Last updated: mar 04, 2021
Cool, but I think the Sharks are too greedy
I hate myself for liking this
Fake, overly cheesy and overly American crap.
Mark Cuban seems a jerk but in reality he's a really GOOD guy. not nice, but he's a GOOD person.
My favorite show
pretty cool show.
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