Guest shark Ashton Kutcher; a device to make baby's feeding time easier; wearable transportation; drinking vinegars; protecting consumers from hacking; an update on Pipcorn.
Hummus with a twist; eyelash extension business; edible cups; a solution for forgotten passwords; update on the Red Dress Boutique.
Troy Carter enters the Tank as a Guest Shark. A duo from Dallas, Texas pitch their eclectic sock of the month club subscription while standing in their boxer shorts, but will Sharks jump in feet first? Two men from Tulsa, Oklahoma offer the Sharks an investment opportunity in their unique line of wooden bowties, lapel accessories and men's fedoras; an entrepreneur from Springdale, Maryland has a valet and garage parking app that enables users to pay in advance by credit card; and Nashville-based parents tout the benefits of their grippy balm that keeps eyeglasses from slipping.
Equipment for people who want to run a crane or crush a car; a protein-filled pancake mix; keeping ties looking sharp; checking in with Jim Tselikis and Sabin Lomac of Cousins Maine Lobster.
A dual-use breath freshener; a functional placemat for children; a subscription service for ugly produce; checking in with the Houston-based founders of LuminAid.
Guest judge Chris Sacca returns; a device for babies and their parents; easing the pain of paying for college; a tech solution to parking tickets; checking in with Rugged Races.
A college student who earned a perfect score on the SATs wants to help others increase their scores; sports bra; high-tech backpack company; a cooling appliance for outdoor use; an update on Chapul Cricket Bars.
Military members and veterans present products, including handbags made of upcycled materials.
A teenage environmentalist has the answer to plastic bottles; a former soap opera actress seeks a deal for her one-piece swimsuit; exercise playlists; exposing what is lurking inside a mattress; checking in with Signal Vault.
American entrepreneurs present products that include a fire-starting solution, and space-saving workout equipment; checking in with Three Jerks Jerky.
A Las Vegas woman pitches a product that can help relieve back pain; a brother and sister who call themselves the "Ice Siblings" talk about a cool way to reduce muscle inflammation; a mechanical engineer from Emeryville, Cal., demonstrates his high-tech bike lock; and the Sharks are served gourmet tea shots. Also: an update on a Philadelphia duo's all-natural deodorant invested in by Barbara during Season 7.
A motion-activated LED light that attaches to toilet bowls; an alternative to traditional beer; vibrant fashions with unique flair; interactive and innovative pet toys; an update on the Lose 12 Inches workout program.
A product that keeps beer cold longer; a new twist to the vending machine; pet-safe bug repellents; vegetable smoothies; an update on Wombi Rose and LovePop.
Two former advertising guys in New York try to sell the Sharks a cure for cell-phone addiction; emotions rise when entrepreneurs from Orlando, Florida talk about the inspiration behind their wireless cuddly toy that tells science and math stories to children; two pet lovers from Austin, Texas design and customize accessories for the most important member of the family: your one-of-a-kind pet; and two men from Huntington Beach, California hope they can lock up an investment deal with their high-tech "smart" tool box. Also, Lori Greiner takes 10 of her entrepreneurs – whose combined sales now total $188 million — to the Orgill Trade Show in Orlando, Florida, on "Shark Tank," FRIDAY, APRIL 8 (9:00–10:00 p.m. EDT) on the ABC Television Network.
The Sharks in this episode are Mark Cuban, Kevin O'Leary, Daymond John, Lori Greiner and Robert Herjavec.
All-in-one early education solution; fashion networking mobile app; umbrella entrepreneurs; a way to get kids to eat healthier.
A woman demonstrates her hair products by cutting her own hair; a baker with a healthy frosting creation; a sister and brother duo pitch their jewelry business
A woman from Boston, Massachusetts, hopes the Sharks will make a deal and sink their teeth into her chocolate treats that are perfect for women who want to satisfy cravings; a season four entrepreneur from Aeworth, Georgia, returns for a second chance to pitch the Shark's his new business, a line of men's hair products; a man from Telluride, Colorado, who is desperate for capital, plans to warm the Sharks' hearts with an app that allows users to electronically send handwritten cards; and a man from Boston, Massachusetts, believes he has created a unique way to break bad habits with self-zapping wristbands. Also, recaps and updates featuring the various entrepreneurs that appeared during season seve.