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Sharks: Mark, Daymond, Kevin, Barbara, Robert "Oru Kayak" a kayak that can be folded into a compact suitcase (YES); "Bon Affair" a premium wine spritzer (YES); "Hargitt Marine Services" a treasure hunter who wants funding to salvage cargo from a sunken ship (NO); "Cinnaholic" custom gourmet cinnamon rolls (YES); Update on: Cousins Maine Lobster (Episode 406)Sharks: Mark, Barbara, Kevin, Lori, Robert "Baker's Edge" innovative baking pans and accessories (NO); "Foot Fairy" an i Pad app which measures your child's foot size (YES); "Tie-Not" a water balloon filling and tying device (NO); "BZbox" collapsible storage boxes (YES); Update on: Season 5 Recap Sharks: Mark, Daymond, Kevin, Lori, Robert "Sleeping Baby" sleepwear for newborns that imitates the protection of the womb so they don't wake as easily (YES); "Hammer & Nails" a masculine nail salon (NO); "Amber" a cellphone charging station (NO); "Bombas" quality athletic socks (YES); Update on: "Mark & Barbara's All Stars" Mark, Barbara, and some of their top investments [Ka ZAM (Episode 424), Lollacup (Episode 312), U-Lace (Episode 519), Kisstixx (Episode 307), Monkey Mat (Episode 522), Ryan's Barkery (Episode 426)] celebrate a special Shark Tank display at Target.Sharks: Mark, Barbara, Kevin, Lori, Robert "Roominate" a construction set toy (YES); "The Floating Mug Co." mugs and glasses with built-in coasters (NO); "Wedding Wagon" a van used as a mobile wedding chapel (NO); "Kronos" premium golf putters (YES); Update on: Simple Sugars (Episode 420)Sharks: Mark, Daymond, Kevin, Lori, Robert "Soap Sox" plush toys that work as bath sponges (NO); "Heart Pup" a wearable sling for carrying a dog (YES); "Ninja Cards" a game similar to darts that uses special throwing cards (NO); "Drum Pants" touch sensors you wear on your body that play music (NO); Update on: Villy Customs (Episode 313)Sharks: Mark, Barbara, Kevin, Lori, Robert "Fun Cakes Rental" fake wedding cakes (NO); "Paper Box Pilots" decorative stickers to make cardboard boxes look like vehicles (YES); "Table Jacks" a way to fix wobbly tables (NO); "Reviver" freshening wipes for masking odors on clothing (YES); Update on: Screen Mend (Episode 504)Sharks: Mark, Daymond, Kevin, Lori, Robert "Jungle Jumpa Roo" a play structure for kids (NO); "The Caddy Girls" a company that provides all-female golf caddys (NO); "The Red Dress Boutique" an online mail-order service for afforable, fashionable outfits (YES); "Sun Staches" novelty sunglasses with attached facial accessories (YES); Update on: Ten Thirty One Productions (Episode 506)Sharks: Mark, Barbara, Kevin, Lori, Robert "Oilerie USA" a chain of specialty olive oil stores (NO); "Honeyfund" a crowdfunding service that allows wedding guests to donate money toward the honeymoon trip rather than purchase traditional gifts (YES); "Emergen See" a personal security system smartphone app (NO); "Beat Box Beverages" an innovative brand of box wine (YES); Update on: Breathometer (Episode 502) Note: This episode concluded with a promotion for Jimmy Kimmel Live where the host entered the tank to present a mock pitch to the sharks.Sharks: Mark, Daymond, Kevin, Lori, Robert "Back 9 Dips" a chicken flavored dip (YES); "Lifter Hamper" a clothes hamper that raises as you empty it to ease bending over (NO); "Bag Bowl" a sleeve that converts zip-lock bags into temporary bowls (YES); "Zomm" a device that alerts you if you forget your keys or phone (NO); Update on: Villy Customs (Episode 313)Sharks: Mark, Daymond, Kevin, Lori, Robert "Cozy Bug" a line of pillowcase dresses for girls (YES); "Wired Waffles" energy-boosting waffles (NO); "Spatty" a miniature spatula designed to scrape small containers completely clean (NO, but Daymond promised to provide industry contacts); "Marz Sprays" vitamin oral sprays (YES); Update on: Games2U (Episode 207)Sharks: Mark, Daymond, Kevin, Barbara, Robert "Cousins Maine Lobster" a food truck serving lobster from Maine (YES); "Freaker USA" beer koozies (NO); "PRO-NRG" energy-infused flavored water (YES); "Eco Nuts" natural soap nuts for laundry (NO); Update on: Kisstixx (Episode 307) Note: NFL star Brandon Jacobs makes a cameo to pitch for PRO-NRG.Sharks: Mark, Daymond, Kevin, Lori, Robert "Scrub Daddy" an innovative dish scrubbing tool (YES); "The Bear & The Rat" dog-friendly frozen yogurt (NO); "SBU" an electric self-balancing unicycle (YES); "Shemie" modernized slips (NO); Update on: Lollacup (Episode 312)Sharks: Mark, Daymond, Kevin, Lori, Robert "Cool Wazoo" a 5-in-1 baby mat cover (YES); "No Fly Cone" a fly trap that uses dog excrement as bait (NO); "Plate Topper" airtight plate covers (YES); Update on: Nail Pak (Episode 312) Note: Actor Seth Mac Farlane makes a cameo to pitch for No Fly Cone.Sharks: Mark, Daymond, Kevin, Barbara, Robert "Moberi" a bicycle-powered juice and smoothie cart (NO); "Spy Escape and Evasion" a spy school via seminar classes that teach defense tactics (YES); "DDP Yoga" a fitness program based on yoga developed by former pro wrestler Diamond Dallas Page (NO); "Southern Culture Artisan Foods" specialty pancake and waffle mixes (YES); Update on: The Game Face Company (Episode 412)Sharks: Mark, Barbara, Kevin, Lori, Robert "Cheek'd" a unique dating service (NO); "Zip It" a fitted sheet and sleeping bag combo for making beds quickly and easily (NO); "Bambooee" bamboo paper towels that are washable and reusable (YES); "Buzzy4Shots" a device that uses vibration to numb skin in preparation for medical shots (NO); Update on: Kisstixx (Episode 307)Sharks: Mark, Daymond, Kevin, Lori, Robert "Revo Lights" an innovative lighting system for bicycles (YES); "Squeeky Knees" clothing for crawling babies with built-in squeakers in the knees (NO); "The Buffer Bit" a shoe buffing pad that attaches to a power drill (NO); "U-Lace" interchangeable mix and match shoelaces for easily changing the look and style of sneakers (YES); Update on: Ka ZAM (Episode 424)Sharks: Mark, Barbara, Kevin, Lori, Robert "Define Bottle" a water bottle specially designed for infusing fresh fruit flavor (NO); "i Re Tron" an electronics recycling service (YES); "Boo Boo Goo" a colored, waterproof liquid bandage (YES); "Henry's Humdingers" spicy flavored honeys (YES); Update on: Ryan's Barkery (Episode 426) Note: This episode featured young entrepreneurs.

Sharks: Mark, Daymond, Kevin, Lori, Robert "The Last Lid" a universal garbage can lid (YES); "Ledge Pillow" a pillow for woman with large breasts (NO); "Talbott Teas" premium teas (YES); "M3 Girl Designs" a jewelry line for kids (YES); Update on: Lightfilm (Episode 205)Sharks: Mark, Daymond, Kevin, Lori, Robert "Five Minute Furniture" an easy-assembly furniture line (NO); "The Painted Pretzel" a candy pretzel business (YES); "Esso Watches" a wristwatch with alleged health benefits (NO); "Readerest Specsecure" a magnet that allows you to attach your glasses to your shirt so you won't lose them (YES); Update on: Man Candle (Episode 208)Sharks: Mark, Daymond, Kevin, Barbara, Robert "Kisstixx" flavored mix-and-match lip balms (YES); "The Smart Baker" a line of home baking products (YES); "The Heat Helper" a laundry dryer heat-recycling device (NO); "Technology Enabled Clothing" clothing designed for portable electronics (NO); Update on: Daisy Cakes (Episode 207)Sharks: Mark, Daymond, Kevin, Barbara, Robert "The Original Profender" a basketball training device (NO); "Nardo's Natural" a line of skin care products (YES); "Rent-A-Grandma" a babysitting service staffed by older women (NO); "Litter" a line of body jewelry (YES); Update on: Pork Barrel BBQ (Episode 106)Sharks: Mark, Daymond, Kevin, Barbara, Robert "Tower Paddle Boards" a paddle board company (YES); "Instant Lifts" clear adhesives that improve the look of sagging skin (NO); "Vinamor" a wine aerator (NO); "Miso Media" software for learning to play instruments (YES); Update on: Readerest (Episode 306) Note: Singer Ingrid Michaelson makes a cameo to demonstrate Miso Media.

Tod's Pie Factory (Episode 101)"Grill Charms" stainless steel tags that identify different cooking specifications of various meats when on the grill (YES); "Fun House" an entertainment venue in Times Square, New York (NO); "Boogie Box Fitness" aerobics fitness programs, classes, and DVDs (NO); "Soy-Yer-Dough" soybean based modeling dough for those with a wheat allergy (YES); Update on: A Perfect Pear (Episode 102)"Notehall" a website that buys and sells college class notes and study guides (YES); "Treasure Chest Pets" an organizer for children designed like a stuffed toy (YES); "Throx" a company that sells socks in sets of threes (NO); "Washed Up Hollywood" a belt and belt buckle manufacturer (NO); Update on: Coverplay (Episode 104)"Chill Soda" a healthy soda (YES); "Cornucopia" a veterinarian who created pet food he claims could extend a pet's life (NO); "Virtu Sphere" a large sphere one can walk in to experience virtual reality environments (NO); "Gayla Bentley Fashion" a fashion line for women over size 12 (YES); Update on: Ava the Elephant (Episode 101)"The Bobble Place" a custom bobble head doll company (NO); "Mr.

Poncho" a poncho for mobile devices to avoid tangled headphones (NO); "Uroclub" a urologist who created a solution to bladder problems on a golf course (YES); "Jump Forward" a technological solution for sports recruiting from high school to college (YES); Update on: Pork Barrel BBQ (Episode 106)"Romp n' Roll" a children's entertainment center franchise (NO); "Hells Bells" a helmet company that has a patented method to produce 3-D designs (YES).

"The Twister" a golf ball cleaner (NO); "The Chef in Black" a dried Chinese salad dressing (YES); "Ink Flip" a mail-order printer ink refill service (NO); Update on: Stress Free Kids (Episode 103)"The Factionist" an environmentally friendly T-shirt line (NO); "Podillow" a more comfortable tanning and massage pillow (NO); "Wee Can Shop" a gift shop for children (NO); "Grease Monkey Wipes" more effective cleaning and degreasing wet wipes (YES); Update on: Body Jac (Episode 105)"Lipstix Remix" a lipstick mold that combines used lipsticks into a new stick (YES); "Captain Ice Cream" an ice cream vending business (NO); "Caffeindicator" a decaf coffee testing system incorporated onto sweetener packets (YES); "Legal Grind" a coffee shop that provides legal services (NO); Update on: Treasure Chest Pets (Episode 108)"Send A Ball" greeting balls sent in the mail (NO); "Qubits" a bendable construction toy (YES); "Pillars of Slippers" an in-home shoe party franchise (NO); "Llama Brew" liquid llama fertilizer (NO); "Nubrella" a wearable umbrella (YES); Update on: Lifebelt (Episode 102) This is Kevin Harrington's last season as a shark.

Comedian Jeff Foxworthy appeared as a guest shark in two episodes this season.

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