During Shark Tank Season 4, Barbara Corcoran invested in Cousins Maine Lobster, a food truck company providing fresh Maine lobster rolls to the Los Angeles area. Founders Jim Tselikis and Sabin Lomac from West Hollywood, CA hope to expand into a brick-and-mortar space, but Barbara has her reasons for wanting to hold off on that idea.
Although then-11-year-old Mo Morris did not make a deal in the Tank in Season 5 for Mo's Bows, his handmade, self-tie bowties, he didn't walk away empty-handed. Daymond John promised to mentor him. When Mo wants to expand further into menswear, Mo and his mother travel from their hometown in Memphis, TN and meet with Daymond. He takes Mo on a tour of his childhood home in Brooklyn to ensure this young man never forgets some of life's most valuable lessons.
Husband and wife team Jen and Eli Crane, makers of the Bottle Breacher beer bottle opener made from a "once fired" .50 caliber dummy round, encountered a bottleneck in production after their Season 6 appearance. After taking in thousands of orders, they realized their production was far too slow to keep up with demand. Before they move forward, investor Kevin O'Leary has advice on how their business can be more efficient.