Reusable storage box; reinvented cookware; an iPad app that measures foot sizes.
Lighter, healthier wine alternative; deep-sea treasure hunting business; collapsible kayak.
A commerce flower business; anti-aging lifting strips; a breakaway hanger.
An 11-year-old who handcrafts bow ties; a hot beverage made from roasted cocoa beans.
Smart light bulb; high-tech cork replacement; subscription service for children's books.
A service that helps people find and hire music instructors; all-inclusive project kits.
Barbara and Lori team up against Robert, Mark and Kevin over an enticing product.
Wet paintbrush storage; a portable mat that fits into an ultra-compact pouch; home meal delivery.
Energy bars that include protein from crickets; a garage lock to prevent break-ins; a shower cap that fixes ``bedhead''; digital textbook rentals; an update on Fiber Fix.
Kids and teenagers present ideas that include a way to make drinking water more appealing.
A bike lighting system; clothing with reinforced knees and built-in squeakers for crawling babies.
A unique dating service; eco-friendly bamboo cleaning cloths; a fitted sheet and sleeping bag combo.
A juice and smoothie cart powered by a vintage bicycle; a high-energy, zero-impact fitness program.
Guest judge Steve Tisch; one product has all the Sharks interested; gourmet edible cookie dough.
Stylish baby shoes; emergency food-replacement pill; children's swimwear with sun protection.
A mask made of glacial mud; fanciful balloon designs; gourmet grilled cheese business update.
The Sharks ring in 2014 by tearing into each other for the best deals.
It's a holiday-themed episode in the tank as entrepreneurs convince tough sharks to get into the holiday spirit.
A former pro football player makes no bones about his delicious, boneless baby back ribs - but will the sharks bite?
The Sharks are shocked - yes, shocked -- with a couple's extremely lucrative online sales for knee-high boot socks.
An entrepreneur is brought to tears in recounting how she got to the tank debt-free, and during another pitch, Shark Robert Herjavec loses his cool.
A paparazzo offers his unique skill to help guys with their marriage proposals, and an animal lover pitches a pet-safe color furspray for dogs.
Safe and natural cleaning products; a party cup with a hidden shot glass; a lightweight, electric bodyboard; a root cover for recently planted trees.
One entrepreneur breaks a Shark Tank record and accepts an unprecedented amount for a deal; a Halloween attraction; a product to help people communicate their feelings.
Two men offer goat rentals for grazing services; a couple pitch their line of children's accessories; a woman introduces bikini waxing products; healthy frozen treats; organic skin care.
A self-described "Beach Family" hope they don't run into rough waters when pitching their skateboards that glide as though catching a wave and recording artist Brian McKnight joins a Deejay pitching.