The Sharks call this investment "risky" and "a rip-off."
Sharks find the Almond Water entrepreneurs too eager to please.
These entrepreneurs might be the most nervous yet.
GrooveBook sells to Shutterfly for $14.5 Million
Will the two sisters sell out to Mark?
Two famous clients help pitch Bello Verde.
The Sharks lose patience with this pitch.
A napping mask inspires yawns.
Robert and Lori are dog lovers: Kevin, not so much.
The Sharks aren't sure TurboPup is worth their time.
The competition for Lumio is fierce.
Mark Cuban makes the biggest offer in the show's history.
Kevin calls an entrepreneur a cockroach.
The skateboard company from Season 5 is on a roll!
Sharks compete for Doorman delivery service.
Daymond learns spycraft at the Spy Ranch.
Three Sharks make offers for the Hanukkah toy
Barbara wants to go 50/50 on a holiday product
Will Mensch on the Bench put the funukkah in Hanukkah?
Kevin O’Leary makes the biggest deal in Shark Tank History with Zipz wine
Lori Greiner and her All-Stars celebrate their success
Zipz thinks it can change the wine industry. See if the Sharks agree.
And irritates some of the other Sharks in the process.
Who knew ugly holiday sweaters mean big business?
Four sharks drop out fast -- can Tom Sanetti lock up Lori?
The Sharks talk about their most memorable moments on the show.
The yelling stops when Kevin calls it a piece of crap.
And Pipsnacks secures a deal in the Tank.
After a Season 4 deal with Mark Cuban, they're growing like, well, trees.
When the money's on the table, don't dilly-dally.
The Sharks are ready to squeeze out some profit.