Congrats to Barbara! She finally made her first deal of the season, buying into a blackout tent parents can stash their children in the hopes they'll fucking sleep at night.
A company that makes outdoor undergarments and clothing for extreme(ly cold) environments.
A company that wants to capitalize on the trend of e-travel by bringing a Chinese electric rollerskate to the United States.
Window screens are a pain. But what if they didn't have to be? What if they had a flexible frame so they could just pop in and out? That would be something, wouldn't it?
This episode featured the usual four new deals for the sharks to consider, including the first deal for Barbara Corcoran in all of Season Eleven! It also featured an update on Kevin O'Leary and an annual summit of his companies that he holds. Among those name checked were LovePop, Honeyfund, Wine & Design, Wicked Good Cupcakes, Benjilock, WaiveCar, and many, many more. Mr. Wonderful stated that his companies had a combined $178,000,000 in sales since making their deals with him.
This episode originally aired on January 5th, 2020.