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Episode 425

Episode 425

Episode 425 features four new entrepreneurs who hope to get guidance and funding from the panel of five sharks. Mary Beth Lugo pitches Kazam, a bike with no pedals that helps train children to ride without using training wheels. Lance Yabut introduces the Sharks to his popular photobooth rental service called Pink Shutter Photobooths. James LaVitola hopes to get funding for the first feature length film about the popular sport of motorcycle racing called Track Days. Erica Cohen and Lori Barbera hope the Sharks will sink their teeth into Baby’s Bad Ass Burgers, a Los Angeles area, hot pink food truck specializing in tasty burgers served by beautiful women.

The Sharks


Follow up segments featuring past Shark Tank success stories are a regular feature on Shark Tank.  Episode 425 updates fans on Cheryl Rigdon, the inventor of The Spatty. Cheryl cracked up the Sharks with her product’s silly name in episode 405, but as she stated in an interview with Shark Tank Blog, that didn’t deter her. Shortly after our interview, the Spatty went into full production and now sells on Amazon. The Spatty update will give fans yet another Shark Tank Success story!

ABC announced some changes over the course of season 4. Shark Tank  moved to 9 PM eastern time, beginning with episode 410. This will give people a bit more time to settle in to watch their favorite venture capital game show and give ABC some exposure for new sitcoms. Shark Tank initially scheduled 22 episodes for season four, ABC bought 4 additional episodes over the course of the season, bringing the total to 26. The Shark Tank/ABC website is still looking for entrepreneurs for season 5, so if you would like to appear on the show, check out our Auditions and Casting information.

Episode 425 – The Shark Investors and Entrepreneurs

The Shark Tank Episode 425 entrepreneurs will make their best pitch to the panel of five Shark investors who will use their own money if they choose to invest. The Shark Investors negotiate on the spot without any previous information, which differs from typical negotiations between venture capital investors and entrepreneurial start-ups.

Companies pitching the Shark Investors must go through a rigorous due diligence process before an on-air deal is completed. Shark Tank Blog follow ups help you keep track of the companies that end up successful and the ones that don’t complete their deal.

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