During Shark Tank Season 6, Lori Greiner invested in the Squatty Potty, a unique stool that provides a healthier way to do your business in the bathroom. But Judy and Bobby Edwards, a mother and son business team from St. George, UT, were caught with their pants down when orders for the Squatty Potty soared to $3 million in sales following their Shark Tank appearance. Also, Mark Cuban checks in on Stephan Aarstol, who pitched his Tower Paddle Board business to the Sharks in Season 3. Since Shark Tank, Tower Paddle has become one of the fastest-growing businesses in San Diego, but Mark is concerned that Stephan’s eagerness to accelerate growth might be getting ahead of itself. Tracey Noonan and Danielle Desroches, the mother and daughter team from Cohasset, MA behind Wicked Good Cupcakes, present their ideas for expansion to their investor, Kevin O'Leary. And Leslie Haywood, a wife and mom from Charleston, SC experienced great success after Robert Herjavec invested in her Grill Charms in Season 1. Years later, she reveals the tough decisions an entrepreneur must make in order to find that balance between one’s personal life and running a business.