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Meanwhile, a honey alternative gets a bunch of sharks buzzed about making a deal.
An all-military themed episode finds servicemen and their spouses gunning for deals for mom-made handbags and landmine jewelery
A deal with 'Shark Tank''s Mark Cuban more than doubled these entrepreneurs' sales for a disaster-relief retail product.
Like those red-shirted crewman on 'Star Trek,' few of the entrepreneurs profiled on the show seemed to survive -- until now.
Who walks away from two deals from the sharks? A woman with a better place mat.
A seemingly generous offer from Mr. Wonderful was nothing more than a shark smelling blood, and money, in the water.
This Detroit entrepreneur saw her sales soar, even without a shark's investment. Take that, 'Mr. Wonderful.'
Last week's holiday-themed episode brought one company a lump of coal, and three others visions of sugar plums.
But only three of those four entrepreneurs walked away with a deal.
The sharks will happily invest in a great new idea, but only if there's an actual business behind it.
A week of weird inventions and some great deals for the innovative entrepreneurs behind them
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