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If your idea of an exciting aquarium is the run-of-the-mill rectangular variety with a few exotic fish thrown in, you're not welcome in the wet and wonderful world of Wayde King and Brett Raymer. The brothers-in-law, best friends and business partners operate Acrylic Tank Manufacturing, the biggest aquarium-building manufacturer in the U.S. "Tanked" showcases the guys, their family members who also work at ATM and the shop's crew as they create over-the-top aquariums for a wide array of clients, both celebrities and regular folks. The tanks range from 50 to 50,000 gallons in size, are filled with some of the world's most unusual, colorful and quirky fish, and are limited only by one's imagination.

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Brett and Wayde build specialty tanks for "Jackass" co-creator Jeff Tremaine and a Tropical Smoothie Cafe.
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Neil Patrick Harris wants a tank based on Houdini's famous water escape; Wayde has plans for his 15-year wedding anniversary.
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Wayde and Brett construct a complex koi pond for NFL linebacker Bart Scott; a client desires an 8-foot-tall, 500-gallon tank.
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Wayde and Brett get the royal treatment from a Chicago company with a demanding project in mind; restaurant owners want a window tank with remote-controlled submarines.
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The CEO of a national pet-supplies chain desires a massive tank for a diverse selection of animals; a tank is needed for a business venture between rock band Kiss and Monster Mini-Golf.
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The Pensacola Blue Wahoos ask Wayde and Brett to turn an old school bus into a mobile fish tank; Brett comes up with a unique tank design for his mother's nail salon.
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Brett and Wayde recall the toughest tank builds from the show's first season.
aired 11 days ago
Wayde and Brett recall their favorite projects from the first season and share never-before-seen footage.
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A casino wants a 35-foot-long tank built in three weeks; the team works on a jellyfish tank for a Las Vegas ice lounge; Wayde pulls a prank on Brett.
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The owner of a furniture store wants a tranquil tank for his bedding section; the owner of a tattoo parlor hopes an aquarium will put first-time customers at ease.
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The team installs a racetrack-shaped shark tank for an orthodontist and works on a custom refrigerator tank for an appliance store.
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Commissioned aquariums must reflect a robotic systems company's technological abilities and a pinball enthusiast's love of the game.
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A Feng Shui tank; a custom overhead bed tank; caged shark dive.
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A 57,000-gallon tank for a megachurch; a keg tank for a man cave; a shark tank for a lawyer.
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Brett is nervous to use his new scuba skills and buys a clunker to build a car theme tank in record time without considering the results.
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Wayde, Brett and the ATM crew have their work cut out for them, as they transform an entire room into an aquarium for NBA superstar Anthony Davis.
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The ATM crew must not only impress NFL superstar, Adrian Peterson, but also his wife with a fully decorated tank that fits perfectly in their wall.
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NFL player Clay Matthews and his wife, Casey, are building their dream home and want a classy tank with subtle references to his career with the Green Bay Packers.
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Basketball superstar Shaquille O'Neal wants a Shaq-sized aquarium built into a semi-truck's front end.
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ATM builds a SmileMore aquarium for YouTube superstar Roman Atwood; but a shop prank almost tanks the whole project.
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The Thumb, is not your ordinary gas station, this one stop shop even sells BBQ, and their renovation just won't be complete without a custom fish tank; Wayde and Brett are ready for dessert when Las Vegas' own Donut Bar calls with a plan for a tank.

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