2009, 10 seasons to date
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An entrepreneur makes a less-than-stellar presentation to the sharks.
A man from California wants to franchise his graffiti-removal business.
The sharks fight for a piece of a mother's furniture business.
Comic Jeff Foxworthy makes his debut as a guest Shark investor.
The Sharks hear pitches on a fragrance that smells like money.
A towel that provides coverage to change out of a swimsuit in public.
Professional dancers demonstrate their posture correction device.
An unemployed man and his pregnant wife pitch a party-favorite chicken dip.
Aromatherapy spray to help kids afraid of the dark; a carrier for toddlers.
Singer Brian McKnight and a DJ pitch a syndicated radio show.
Two men from San Diego and Phoenix tout the benefits of their stuffed animals that are washcloths, too, as being the perfect bath time treat for kids; a dog lover from Los Angeles takes her pup everywhere she goes with her handmade wearable sling which comes in luxurious materials and the Sharks are charmed by entrepreneurs dressed like ninjas demonstrating a darts-like card game.
Pitches include a mother and son from Grand Rapids, MI whose business can give every bride a gorgeous wedding cake but for a slice of the price; and a restaurateur from Houston, TX has a solution to a common problem encountered while dining out.
Talent manager Troy Carter - the founder, chairman and CEO of Atom Factory - appears as a guest Shark.
A dad pitches his potty-training device, and three friends from Los Angeles hope to start a tasty trend with their baked-to-order sweets.
Cookie legend Wally Amos hopes his new brand of cookies duplicates his past success; two sisters from St. Cloud, Florida, share an emotional story while pitching their swimsuits for moms; two men from Broomfield, Colorado, drop their own cell phone into a toilet to prove their invention can save damaged tech devices; and a bidding war ensues among the Sharks with a married couple from Orlando, Florida, who stumbled upon the bright idea to put safety light clips on running shoes.
Two sisters from Memphis, Tennessee pitch body sprays and lotions for tween and teen girls; a third-generation chocolatier from St. Augustine, Florida has a family business that manufactures chocolate candy with a toy inside; a veteran food entrepreneur from Austin, Texas has a device that turns a stick of butter into spray; and two entrepreneurs from New York plug their invention that makes high heels more functional and comfortable.
The Sharks debate if the solution to make coffee taste even better from two entrepreneurs from Cedarville, Ohio, is too much of a niche product; an entrepreneur from Woodland Hills, California, is at the forefront of a hot trend for those who need to increase their focus while decreasing stress; a high-energy mom from La Center, Washington, has a product that will make kids love brushing their hair; and two men from Midvale, Utah, surprise the Sharks about the danger of something they wear every day. Also, a follow-up with Tara Brown from San Diego, California, and ...
Chris Gronkowski from Colleyville, Texas, and his brother Rob Gronkowski from the New England Patriots, bring an insulated sports bottle to the Tank; Mark Cuban and former baseball slugger Alex Rodriguez offer advice to a 17-year-old from St. Louis, Missouri, who devised a tool to soothe foot pain; an entrepreneur from Santa Monica, California, has a sweeter way to eat a popular snack; and a man from Los Angeles, California, hopes to lock up a deal with his innovative way to keep belongings safe.