Episode 801 Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown stops by the Tank to tout the benefits of personalized shoe slides developed by an entrepreneur from Norwood, Massachusetts; a wise-beyond-her-years 16-year-old high school junior from Naperville, Illinois, impresses the Sharks with an app that can stop cyberbullying messages before the damage can be done; two men from Howell, New Jersey, designed an ingenious at-home beer dispenser that uses sound waves that makes bottled and canned beer taste just like draft; with inspiration from her terminally ill mother, a woman from West Valley City, Utah, realized that sending heartwarming chicken soup was the perfect gift and a needed business. Also, an update on Shaan Patel from Las Vegas, Nevada, and his SAT prep course, 2400 Expert, in which Mark Cuban invested in during season seven.
Episode 802 A self-proclaimed "culinary ninja" from Reno, Nevada, gives a poetic pitch for his delicious heat and eat paleo meals, which inspire the Sharks to respond with poetry of their own; a proud father and his impressive 17-year-old son from Mandeville, Louisiana, hope their high-tech device designed for catching fish hooks them an investment from the Sharks; a mother from Seattle, Washington, who has designed removable and reusable magnet stickers for hanging art, jeopardizes a Shark's valuable offer when she chooses to hear what the other Sharks have to say; Daymond calls an energetic entrepreneur from Miami, Florida, the "best salesman he has seen" after he sells the Sharks on how he can turn a suit jacket into a tuxedo with customized lapels. Also, an update on Matt Alexander & Mike Kannely from Provo, Utah, and their motion-activated toilet-bowl light that Kevin O'Leary invested in during season seven.
Episode 804 Cookie legend Wally Amos appears before the Sharks to tout his new creation; Barbara Corcoran is moved by the tenacity of two sisters pitching a swimsuit business; and Daymond John offers an update on his participation in the Global Entrepreneurship Summit hosted by President Obama. Also: An invention for saving damaged tech devises is put to the test; and a bidding war ensues over the bright idea to put safety light clips on running shoes.
Episode 803 A modern-day Willy Wonka pitches his family's patented chocolate candy with a toy inside; two sister "kidpreneurs" from Memphis have designed body lotions and sprays just for tween and teen girls; a veteran in the food biz is encouraged to make counter offers for his device that turns butter into a spray; and a New Yorker pair win over the Sharks with their ingenious invention for high heels. Also: an update on non-slip protective gloves invested in by Robert Herjavec during Season 6.
Episode 806 Kevin O'Leary's rags-to-riches life story is highlighted. Also: A stay-at-home mom from Oregon learns a valuable business lesson; a teenager with a passion for all things maple asks for help getting his delicious product to the masses; a Houston woman puts everything on the line for her clever kitchen accessory; and the Sharks are pitched a new type of tags for dog lovers.
Episode 805 A young man who applied four times to be on "Shark Tank" finally gets his chance when he pitches a gimmicky business that delivers an unusual twist to a common vegetable; a barbecue sauce receives high praise; two millennial entrepreneurs take some of the hassle out of luggage and packing when traveling; and a biochemist from Chapel Hill, N.C., comes up with a device to ensure protection from the sun. Also: an update on Barbara Corcoran's Season 5 investment in the Grace and Lace accessory line.
Episode 808 A Utah woman shocks the Sharks by revealing she had to sell off 75% of her faux flower business in order to keep it alive; two California men demonstrate a revolutionary technology to test mercury levels in fish; a Houston entrepreneur presents testimonials from two athletes; and a millennial from Pittsburgh looks for help financing her fashion brand geared towards the social media generation. Also: an update on Kevin O'Leary's Season 4 investment in Wicked Good Cupcakes.
Episode 809 Billionaire investor Chris Sacca argues with Mark Cuban over a business model for making house hunting easier; a 10-year-old boy from Colorado pitches his lemonade-stand business; a Texas mom designs covers for infant car seats that are proudly made in America; and an Austin food truck entrepreneur appears on the show after three tries. Also: an update on Chris and Mark's Season 7 investment in Rent Like a Champion.
Episode 810 A couple from San Diego use adorable puppies to promote their subscription service; a Boston woman shares her passion for algae as a nutritional health supplement; two Las Vegas buddies see a need for apparel geared to athletic builds; and a Wisconsin fisherman tries to make a deal for his special cutting tool. Also: an update on Lori Greiner's Season 6 investment in Bantam Bagels.
Episode 807 Silicon Valley billionaire investor Chris Sacca is present for a pitch with a $40 million evaluation. Among the products featured: an electric skateboard business; human-quality pet food delivered fresh to the customer's door; chewable coffee products; and a way to simplify at-home cooking. Also: An update on Simply Fit Board, which Lori Greiner invested in during Season 7.
Episode 812 Mark Cuban visits his Pittsburgh high school; and the Sharks receive a flurry of pitches for businesses and products geared for the holiday season. Included: a single mom who works with Santa Claus; a better designed winter glove; and an idea for making gift-giving more personalized.
Episode 813 Parents create dolls to inspire self-esteem in girls of color, like their own young daughters; a cat-loving couple from Portland, Ore., pitch a product to purr-fectly groom a pet; a husband and wife from New York have a one-stop online shop for replacing men's outworn undergarments; and a former Navy SEAL from Austin wants to make a deal for his patriotic coffee business. Also: an update on Drain Strain, which Robert Herjavec invested in during Season 6.
Episode 811 A single mom from Allen, Texas, pitches an eco-friendly method for disposing cooking grease; a young man from Ukraine impresses the Sharks with his knowledge of building block toys; a Pittsburgh mother is enthusiastic about her line of nursing apparel; and a yoga enthusiast from New York hopes that her limited experience doesn't prevent a deal for her modern take on leg warmers. Also: Daymond John visits his Queens neighborhood during a profile highlighting his entrepreneurial success.
Episode 815 A Massachusetts couple pitch an idea that capitalizes on the tiny house trend; the Sharks are asked to invest in buggy snack chips; a Minneapolis concertgoer sings the praises of his protective earplugs; and a Texas couple try to win a deal for their modern version of a favorite childhood toy. Also: A profile of real-estate mogul Barbara Corcoran includes a visit to her hometown of Edgewater, N.J.
Episode 814 A professional bodybuilder from Nevada impresses the Sharks with his unique cooler; a mom asks "Uncle Wonderful" for help while she pitches her stylish version of a baby mat; and two California surfers want to make a deal for their portable pressurized shower kit. Also: a follow-up on Season 4's Tom and Chee grilled cheese sandwich business.
Episode 816 A firefighter and his wife hope the Sharks make a smoking hot deal for their durable bags; and a pediatric nurse from Boston pitches a vibrating mat that can calm a crying baby. Other products include a healing ointment made from essential oils; and a natural fruit snack that contains acai. Also: a follow-up on R. Riveter, which Mark Cuban invested in during Season 7.
Episode 817 Two former Google employees from Boulder, Colo., have developed a subscription service that teaches kids how to code; and a woman from New York has designed a voice mail app for children. Other pitches come from a self-proclaimed plant killer; and two New Yorkers who boast about changing a dynamic in the hotel industry. Finally, an update on the InstaFire fire-starting kit, which Mark Cuban and Lori Greiner invested in during Season 7.
Episode 818 Millennial entrepreneurs are featured, one of whom will make a deal that takes "Shark Tank" across the $100 million threshold. Included: Artificial-free nutrients are pitched as the future of food supplements; a woman from Scranton, Pa., asks for help propelling her training and educational courses for would-be drone pilots; two college friends want to make a deal for their elephant-themed apparel; and a San Diego trio introduce a stylish option to the standard beach towel.
Episode 819 A working mom from San Diego impresses the Sharks with how she found time to create a special tool that helps women everywhere; two brothers from Agoura Hills, Cal., recycle old billboards that would otherwise go into landfills; and the Sharks have high compliments for revolutionary lozenges that can prevent overeating. Also: Robert Herjavec recalls how he arrived to North America from Eastern Europe with his parents after escaping Communism in the former Yugoslavia.
Episode 822 Pitches include a wine for cats; a maintenance-free garden; a new kind of chopstick; and a portable shelter for soccer parents. Also: a follow-up with the Chicago trio behind Dude Products, the manly, durable wipes that Mark Cuban invested in during Season 7.
Episode 823 Two Chicago entrepreneurs bring a live guard llama into the Tank to demonstrate their product. Also: a safer take on the bicycle; an app that helps shoppers and diners earn free parking in exchange for their business; and a free photo-printing service. Also, a follow-up with former professional football player Al "Bubba" Baker from Avon, Ohio, and his de-boned rib steaks known as Bubba's Boneless Ribs, which Daymond John invested in during Season 5.
Episode 820 Newlyweds and bodybuilders from Dallas create a fitness apparel line that caters to the woman who loves building her booty; two friends from San Marcos, Cal., need help to grow their no-spill, portable and stemless wine glass business; a Ph.D. scientist and surfer from Honolulu, Hawaii, invent a rescue signal for people that could make the difference between life and death; and two entrepreneurs from New Albany, Ohio, hope for a deal with their unique slash-proof and water-resistant backpacks.
Episode 824 U.S. Army veterans from Chicago hope to empower farmers in a war-torn country by helping them cultivate and harvest saffron. Other pitches include an undershirt that prevents embarrassing sweat stains; a belt buckle that doubles as a wallet; and a multipurpose mixing bowl with a unique spout. Also: a follow-up with the founders of the 3-D greeting cards LovePop, which Kevin O'Leary invested in during Season 7.
Episode 826 A male model is brought into the Tank to demonstrate how a franchised art studio works; two men have a futuristic version of a notebook that sends writing wirelessly; a pair of entrepreneurs hope to capitalize on the desire to attract a mate with haircare products infused with pheromones; and a divorced mom shows the Sharks how brides can bag up their wedding gowns so they can use the bathroom on their own.