The air in the Shark Tank gets emotionally charged between the Sharks and a daring entrepreneur when one of the Sharks is willing to part with million dollars of his own money for a business - the largest sum in the show\'s history. When the Sharks all like the idea from a young woman who rents toys in the same way as DVDs, they fight each other for a piece of it. Also, an extreme sports enthusiast introduces a hip, new product that has the Sharks hopping; and a man shows how his \"Wake \'N Bacon\" device provides an aromatic morning wake-up call.
A shark wants to invest million in a business; a toy-rental business; a bacon-scented wake-up call; an update on a deal from last season.
Children seek a backer for an idea spawned during a family trip and the sharks fight for a piece of a mother\'s furniture business.
Comic Jeff Foxworthy makes his debut as a guest Shark investor; actor Vincent Pastore pitches a business proposition; a flight attendant and her husband present their unique portable child\'s seat.
An entrepreneur from Chicago hopes the sharks can dig him out of a financial hole; a single mother believes her aromatic lip gloss can help women.
An entrepreneur presents a line of luxury maternity gowns; a woman tries to impress the sharks with her homemade cakes; the sharks fight over a stay-at-home dad\'s product.
A former athlete believes his product can save lives; environmental lawn-mowers; solution to car sickness; kids birthday party franchise.
Tensions rise when Mark Cuban urges entrepreneurs to ignore the other sharks and negotiate only with him.
Maternity T-shirts, a toilet-training kit for cats, extravagant but affordable jewelry, and shoes with interchangeable tops are pitched in the second-season finale. Also: an update on Season 1\'s Voyage Air Guitar, whose inventors turned down a million-dollar offer from the sharks.