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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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Businessman Brad Jennings builds a new office and wants to top it off with three tanks from ATM; Wayde and Brett must come up with three complementary interiors including one with a working fireplace.
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Pianoworks in Rochester, N.Y. wants Wayde and Brett to build them a piano of their own; this one is made out of acrylic and filled with fish.
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Howie Mandel reaches out to ATM for another tank, only this time it's a surprise for his manager's company; Three Arts Entertainment already has an existing tank but it needs a serious upgrade.
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Wayde and Brett participate in a group dive lesson at the Aquarium of the Pacific; later, they design a tank for international megastar David Hasselhoff; the Hoff hand picks the fish to be used.
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Rock star DJ Ashba wants another tank but he needs it ASAP; DJ will be hosting a huge grand opening party for his new retail store and the tank will be the centerpiece.
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With winter coming, the pressure is on for Wayde and Brett to convert Tracy Morgan's entire pool house into a 14,000-gallon aquarium; extra care has to used while transporting Tracy's beloved sharks.
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Comic Tracy Morgan wants to be able to swim with his massive sharks, so he wants the guys to tank his entire pool house; a local car dealership wants a new tank in its showroom to make a big splash.
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Wayde and Brett have a huge 5,000-gallon job on their hands: computer component manufacturer Samtec wants ATM to build a 20-foot-long shark tank with exact replicas of their computer components inside.
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Hip-hop artist Ty Dolla $ign wants a tank with a real rock insert, perfect replicas of Ty's awards, and embedded into a wall for his house in Long Beach.
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Ocean Resort Casino in Atlantic City, N.J., wants a 6,000-gallon aquarium that has the team literally burning through panels to get the job done.
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Brett's newest business venture is Donut Mania, and Wayde and the whole team want to congratulate him with a surprise fish tank.
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Wayde and Brett have two clients who want aquariums in their own backyard; basketball superstar DeMarcus Cousins wants a corner tank for his Las Vegas house; a Las Vegas pet store wants a tank for both fish and reptiles.
aired 72 days ago
Wayde and Brett create two aquariums for a mall's new food court, then work to transform a vintage popcorn machine into a tank.
aired 73 days ago
A Florida medical facility desires a tank in the shape of a syringe; the guys must construct an aquarium for their new shop.
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Wayde and Brett transport a fully operational beer fermenter, then head south to create a doughnut-shaped tank.
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Wayde and Brett design a multipurpose tank for a fitness mogul; an Alabama casino requests a tank with a scaled replica of a historical lighthouse.
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Brett and Wayde build specialty tanks for "Jackass" co-creator Jeff Tremaine and a Tropical Smoothie Cafe.
aired 80 days ago
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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