NBA champion Bill Walton helps a triathlete pitch his idea for a unique water bottle; a ghostwriter from California seeks a business investment; two women from Minnesota present their online business that helps people plan their own funerals.
Ideas include a training system for salespeople, a management system for cargo trucks, family-friendly Las Vegas entertainment and a cat-portrait business. Also: a follow-up on a Season 2 potty-training product for cats.
An Illinois perfume peddler; a San Francisco woman selling luxury soap; an Alabama guitar teacher who says his learning system is unique; a “Mr. Mom” from Baton Rouge, La., with accessories for blue jeans. Also: an update on a gourmet seafood business from Season 2.
A towel designed for modesty when changing into and out of a bathing suit; a sweater-quilt combination; a way to keep wine fresh, a cake mix for dogs. Also: an update on a class-notes sharing site for college students. Guest shark: inventor Lori Greiner.
Products include jewelry designed by a 10-year-old and a wedge pillow to allow women with large breasts to sleep comfortably on their stomachs. Also: a way to deal with missing garbage-can lids; a reinvention of “the tea experience”; an update on a peel-and-stick light-up decal for car windows
The Sharks tear into the business idea of a Phoenix, AZ man who wants them to invest in a watch he claims provides health benefits; a stay-at-home mom from Gilbert, AZ could lose her gourmet pretzel business if she leaves the Tank without an investor; a man from Bozeman, MT with a no-tools-required furniture system hopes he can assemble a deal; and an inventor from Fullerton, CA has a small but powerful idea that could make him a millionaire. Also, Johnson Barley from Broken Arrow, OK, whose Original Man Candle did not spark a deal with the Sharks in Season Two, talks about his business since his appearance.
Will Sharks Barbara and Kevin seal a deal with a kiss when two guys from Utah ask them to sample their flavored mix-and-match lip balm kissing product? A self-professed gadget guy from Ketchum, ID calls a Shark's lucrative offer “insane” regarding his revolutionary clothing item; during their heated negotiation, the entrepreneur calls Apple Computers co-founder Steve Wozniak for advice. A newlywed from Rockledge, FL who lost her job the day before coming to the Tank hopes the Sharks will invest in her and her husband's line of innovative, clever kitchen products; and a husband from Derby, KS pitches the Sharks a heat-recycling device which his wife calls “common sense in a box.” Also, a follow-up on Greenville, SC's Kim Nelson's homemade Daisy Cakes, which Barbara invested in during Season 2.
Pitches include body jewelry, a movable basketball-training apparatus, an organic skin-care product and a “Rent-a-Grandma” business. Also: an update on a Season 1 barbecue restaurant.
Indie-pop & singer-songwriter Ingrid Michaelson joins an entrepreneur from Marina del Rey, CA to pitch his high-tech music software product. A couple from Oldsmar, FL learns the hard way they have just one chance to convince the Sharks to invest in their instant solution for cellulite-free looking skin. Also: An entrepreneur from San Diego, CA pitches his unique sales distribution method for his stand-up paddle board company to the Sharks. A wine server from Fort Collins, CO has created an aerating device that could revolutionize the way wine is sold. Plus, there's a follow-up on Fullerton, CA's Rick Hopper and his invention, Readerest, a magnetic clip that secures eyeglasses - and which Lori Greiner invested in.
A returning entrepreneur asks Boston Beer chairman Jim Koch for advice on his wine-in-a-cup business. Other pitches include handmade cookies; T-shirts with motivational messages that become visible when the wearer perspires; and products made from the waste emitted from the entrepreneur's generator.
For the first time, an entrepreneur who walked away from a deal returns to the Tank and is given another chance at the American dream. During the revived negotiation that started in Season 2, James Martin from The Dalles, OR phones Jim Koch, co-founder of Samuel Adams beer, for advice on the Sharks' latest offer to invest in Copa Di Vino, a plastic wine-in-a-cup business.
Tempers flare and insults fly when the Sharks fight over an innovative three-in-one nail polish invented by a mother of six girls from West Hartford, CT, who had to sell her engagement ring to start her business. A husband and wife team of feisty New Yorkers believe they have the next big thing in women\'s accessories; two Pittsburgh hockey moms pitch their home-grown tank top business with interchangeable straps; and a couple from Pasadena, CA insist that their unique sippy cups be manufactured in the USA to maintain quality. In a follow up story, the entrepreneurs behind Talbott Teas from Chicago, IL have big news about a deal with Jamba Juice after their TV appearance.
The inventor of Rollerblades hopes to get investment money to put toward his newest invention, an elevated mono-rail bike system. An amazing story from a Rochester, NY businesswoman who hopes her dream comes true and strikes a deal for her innovative shoe accessories that can turn any shoe into a boot. A man from Buena Park, CA must convince the Sharks that there is a market for a custom made air mattress that fits in the back of a pickup truck; and a fashion designer from Dallas, TX has over a billion reasons the Sharks should see the value in his customized cruiser bikes that can be designed on an interactive website. There is a follow-up on Ladera Ranch, California\'s Shelly Ehler and her ShowNo, a unique towel design that provides coverage when changing out of a swimsuit in public places, which Lori Greiner invested in during Season 3.
Emotions run high on both sides of the Tank when Billy Blanks, Jr., the once-homeless son of Tae Bo legend Billy Blanks, asks the Sharks to invest in his and his wife's dance fitness program designed for all ages, shapes and sizes. A music producer from El Segundo, CA wants to convince the Sharks to add a rock band to their portfolios. Also: Two college students from Eugene, OR who started their flavored peanut butter business from their dorm room; and two guys from New York with what they believe is the next big trend in swimwear - interchangeable bikini wear. Plus, there's a follow-up on Steve Gadlin from Evanston, IL and his I Want To Draw A Cat For You drawing business, which Mark invested in during Season 3.
The Sharks start a feeding frenzy for a chance to go into the residential lock business with a man from Orlando, FL who invented a way to incorporate the common key into a mobile phone. Two fitness trainers from Medina, OH hope to convince the Sharks their home gym is better since it provides nitrogen gas-pressured resistance. A young man from Trophy Club, TX asks the Sharks to invest in his age-defying products that were inspired by his older girlfriend. A father from Charlotte, NC designed a 100% recycled sneaker and hopes to get a business deal that he can eventually pass on to his two young sons.