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Budding entrepreneurs get the chance to bring their dreams to fruition in this reality show from executive producer Mark Burnett. They present their ideas to the sharks in the tank -- five titans of industry who made their own dreams a reality and turned their ideas into lucrative empires. The contestants try to convince any one of the sharks to invest money in their idea. When more than one of the sharks decide they want a piece of the action, a bidding war can erupt, driving up the price of the investment.

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Unique eyewear made of sustainable wood; a camouflage clothing line for duck hunters; a premium denim line; high-end bedding for girls.
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Chic fashion accessories for dogs; a breathalyzer app; gourmet mango preserves; an update on the creator of spa-quality body scrubs.
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The Sharks start bidding more than the asking price for a product; a pitch prompts a harsh brush-off; managing excess Halloween candy with a children's book and gifts; premium beef jerky; a mirror designed to build self-esteem.
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Sampling oils at an olive oil bar; unique wedding registry idea; a product turns a smartphone into a personal security device; boxed wine geared toward millennials; TV host Jimmy Kimmel makes a pitch; a follow-up on Breathometer.
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Customized sandals manufactured in Uganda, giving poor women the opportunity to raise money for college; gold-mining bucket; sports bra; a kit for developing photos with sunlight and transferring images to products.
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A capsule that keeps beverages hot for an extended period; a new way to clean stuffed toys; reinventing the ice cream experience.
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A woman seeks an investment for a toilet training kit for cats; the sharks fight for a piece of a million-dollar company owned by a pharmacist.
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A workout program that teaches people how to exercise in their heart rate zone; throwing dance parties for kids with a traveling disco van; a damage-proof cell phone case; an update on The Painted Pretzel.
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A mother with a solution for lost pacifiers; a beekeeper seeks an investment in his hives; customized stuffed animals; comfortable and lightweight running shoes; an update on the creators of Q Flex.
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An entrepreneur refuses an offer for personal reasons; healthy treats made for women; a returning entrepreneur gets a second chance.
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Mark and Lori offer an entrepreneur $1 million; enclosed tabletop food screen; a beer and arcade game cabinet; peel-off face paint transfer; hair care products for children; update on Squirrel Nut Butter.
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Reusable storage box; reinvented cookware; an iPad app that measures foot sizes; a solution to tying water balloons; follow-ups on past entrepreneurs.
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A device to eliminate clogged sinks; a real grass delivery service for pets without a yard; a way to share lip balm, but not germs; update on artisan cheese and glazed donut sandwich business, Tom & Chee.
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TV host Jimmy Kimmel and security guard Guillermo Rodriguez pitch their idea; ice cream that only has 100 calories per pint; edible soaps and lotions; a fun and convenient way to stay in shape.
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Wally Amos showcases his new brand of cookies; sisters from Florida pitch swimsuits for moms; two Colorado men show off an invention that can save damaged tech devices; a couple from Florida make safety light clips for running shoes.
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A motion-activated LED light that attaches to toilet bowls; an alternative to traditional beer; vibrant fashions with unique flair; interactive and innovative pet toys; an update on the Lose 12 Inches workout program.
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Barbara and Lori team up against Robert, Mark and Kevin over an enticing product; whimsical plush slippers; dynamic signage; trousers and leggings that lift the butt; bold-flavored nuts.
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An entrepreneur returns for a second chance at a deal; an inventor must prove that his creation can turn waste products into gold; a woman wants to expand her handcrafted cookie company.
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The exploits of two sisters with a children's dance company shock the sharks; a chef creates tasty seafood products; a winemaker has a game-changing product; an entrepreneur has a line of men's accessories.
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Body jewelry; movable basketball training apparatus; organic skin care; a rent-a-grandma business; Pork Barrel BBQ follow-up.
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Guest Shark Nick Woodman; a cafe where the patrons enjoy the company of rescue cats; all-electric compact vehicle; updates.

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