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Sharks: Mark, Daymond, Kevin, Lori, John Paul De Joria "Better Life" 100% natural cleaning products (YES); "180Cup" a beer cup that doubles as a shot glass (YES); "Kymera Body Board" electric powered body boards (NO); "Tree-T-Pee" a device for watering trees more efficiently (YES); Update on: Teddy Needs a Bath (Episode 413)Sharks: Mark, Barbara, Kevin, Lori, Robert "Schulzies Bread Pudding" bread pudding desserts (NO); "Paparazzi Proposals" a paparazzi-style photography business that captures your proposal without being seen (YES); "Belly Buds" speakers for playing music to the womb of expectant mothers (NO); "Pet Paint" colored hairspray for dogs (NO); Update on: Sound Bender (Episode 414)Sharks: Mark, Daymond, Kevin, Lori, Robert "Door Bot" a doorbell with a camera and speaker that connects to your smartphone (NO); "Slawsa" a cross between a coleslaw and a salsa (NO); "Magic Moments" an app that allows you to put your photos on products that you can sell (NO); "Surprise Ride" a monthly box of themed educational activities for children (NO); Update on: "Barbara's All Stars" Barbara takes some of her top investments [Cousins Maine Lobster (Episode 406), Villy Customs (Episode 313), Tom Chee (Episode 426), Ryan's Barkery (Episode 426), Daisy Cakes (Episode 206), The Coop (Episode 411), Ride-On, Carry-On (Episode 204)] on a weekend retreat to Fire Island and promotes a new Shark Tank book of advice for entrepreneurs from all the sharks.

Sharks: Mark, Barbara, Kevin, Lori, Robert "Yubo" personalized lunchboxes that are easy to clean (YES); "Purse Case" a mini purse cell phone case that carries your smartphone and a few essentials (YES); "Chocomize" customizable chocolate bars (NO); "Grace and Lace" knitted boot socks (YES); Update on: Drop Stop (Episode 420)Sharks: Mark, Daymond, Kevin, Barbara, Robert "Spirit Hoods" furry hoods that resemble animals (NO); "Virtuix Omni" a virtual reality platform that allows free movement (NO); "Fo Hawx" a line of accessories that attach to bike helmets (NO); "De-Boned Baby Back Rib Steak" ribs with the bones removed so they can be eaten with a knife and a fork (YES); Update on: "Kingonomics Conference" Daymond and Mark attend an event celebrating minority entrepreneurs in honor of the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington.

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.

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Sharks: Mark, Daymond, Kevin, Barbara, Robert "Gotta Have S'More" s'more based muffins (NO); "How Do You Roll?

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, Barbara, Robert "Chapul" energy bars made with cricket proteins (YES); "Garage Door Lock" a locking system for garage doors (YES); "Morning Head" a cap for curing bed head hair (NO); "Packback Books" a digital textbook rental service (YES); Update on: Fiber Fix (Episode 506)Sharks: Mark, Barbara, Kevin, Lori, Robert "Kodiak Cakes" a whole grain flapjack and waffle mix (NO); "Monkey Mat" a portable fabric floor covering (YES); "Plated" a service that delivers pre-measured ingredients for various recipes to your door (YES); "The Paint Brush Cover" a device that prevents paintbrushes from drying out (YES); Update on: Grace and Lace (Episode 510)Sharks: Mark, Barbara, Kevin, Lori, Robert "Velocity Signs" robotic sign waving machines (YES); "Lord Nut Levington" gourmet peanuts (NO); "Happy Feet" fanciful slippers (YES); "Hold Your Haunches" leggings with a built-in shaper (YES); Update on: Corda Roy's (Episode 419)Sharks: Mark, Daymond, Kevin, Lori, Robert "Taylor Robinson Music" an online platform for finding music instructors (NO); "Power Pot" a cooking pot that generates electricity as you heat up water (YES); "Fun Time Express" a trackless train ride for malls (YES); "Quickstop Fire Sprinkler Tools" a simple tool to immediately stop water from a fire sprinkler (NO); Update on: Ava the Elephant (Episode 101)Sharks: Mark, Barbara, Kevin, Lori, Robert "i Lumi" a versatile home lighting system controlled from a smartphone (YES); "Zoo Bean" a subscription service for children's books (YES); "Intelli-Stopper Technology" a wine bottle stopper with an indicator that shows if there is air inside (NO); "Fort Magic" a building and construction toy (NO); Update on: Breathometer (Episode 502)Sharks: Mark, Daymond, Kevin, Barbara, Robert "Crio" a brewed drink made from cocoa beans (NO); "Rugged Maniac" an obstacle race event (YES); "Cerebral Success" a brain supplement designed to enhance focus, memory, and mental energy (YES); "Mo's Bows" handmade bowties (NO, but Daymond promised to be a mentor); Update on: Marz Sprays (Episode 405)Sharks: Mark, Barbara, Kevin, Lori, Robert "The Bouqs Company" simplified floral bouquets (NO); "Angellift" facial lifting strips (YES); "Hang Ease" a folding plastic clothes hanger (YES); "Susty Party" eco-friendly party supplies (NO); Update on: Groove Book (Episode 513) Note: This episode was preceded by a special program 'Swimming With Sharks' featuring behind the scenes of Shark Tank production and updates on past businesses from the show.

"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.Sharks: Mark, Daymond, Kevin, Barbara, Robert "Toygaroo" a toy subscription service (YES); "Wake n' Bacon" an alarm clock that wakes you up with fresh bacon (NO); "Vurtego" extreme pogo sticks (NO); "First Defense Nasal Screen" a personal air filtration system (YES); Update on: Granola Gourmet (Episode 105)Sharks: Kevin Harrington, Daymond, Kevin O'Leary, Barbara, Robert "Mod Mom Furniture" modernized toy boxes (YES); "Fitness Stride" an exercise device (NO); "Flipoutz" armbands you personalize with coins (YES); "Pure Ayre" a more effective odor remover (NO); Update on: Grill Charms (Episode 107)Sharks: Jeff Foxworthy, Daymond, Kevin O'Leary, Barbara, Robert "Ride-On Carry-On" luggage with a built-in child chair (YES); "Uncle Zip's Beef Jerky" beef jerky made without preservatives (NO); "Hillbilly Brand" a specialty clothing brand marketed towards "rednecks" and "hillbillies" (YES); "Broccoli Wad" a mafia-inspired money clip (YES); Update on: Ava the Elephant (Episode 101) Note: The Sopranos star Vincent Pastore makes a cameo to pitch for Broccoli Wad.

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