‘Beyond the Tank’ Episode Guide (April 5): Turbopup; Drop Stop; Frill

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‘Beyond the Tank’ Episode Guide (April 5): Turbopup; Drop Stop; Frill

“Episode 104” (04/05/16) – As the entrepreneurs chase their American Dream, Kristina Guerrero of LaPine, Oregon, the CEO and founder of Turbopup, a complete canine meal protein bar from season six, travels to New York to seek advice from Daymond John.

Daymond is convinced she needs a licensing partner to increase sales, but there is a small window of opportunity to succeed at the upcoming Global Pet Expo. Will Kristina be ready to make this huge move?

Lori Greiner visits Jeffrey Simon and Marc Newburger, the two charismatic entrepreneurs from Los Angeles behind Drop Stop, a neoprene sleeve that stops objects from falling into the dreaded gap between the car seats and center console, which she championed in season four. The men are overwhelmed now and suffering growing pains, but need to move to the next level in sales. They appear on “The Adam Carolla Show,” the comedian’s popular podcast, to help spread the word about Drop Stop. But can Lori convince them to give up some control and hire someone to help them?

Finally, Kevin O’Leary travels to Raleigh, North Carolina to confer with the co-owners of Frill: Sharon Bui and Kate Steadman. The two women made a deal with Kevin and Barbara Corcoran in season six for their custom sorority “rush” dresses. Kevin sees a flaw in their plan if they want to double their sales this year, and he has a definite solution, but will they see eye-to-eye with him? It’s all on “Beyond the Tank,” airing TUESDAY, APRIL 5 (10:00-11:00 p.m. EDT) on the ABC Television Network.

Watch as the Sharks roll up their sleeves to help their entrepreneurs make the tough decisions that hopefully lead to success, growth and profits on “Beyond the Tank,” the companion series from the producers of the Emmy-winning reality series “Shark Tank.” Each episode of “Beyond the Tank” features captivating and surprising outcomes, and examines the highs and lows after the Sharks strike a deal with the entrepreneurs on “Shark Tank.”

As the Sharks travel across America to mentor the entrepreneurs, assess the businesses and provide their industry expertise — to make a profit — audiences will realize the challenges and spirited negotiations are never over. What lies in the aftermath of their investment? Did a promising deal turn sour, or did it lead to millions of dollars in sales?

The Sharks are: Billionaire Mark Cuban, owner and chairman of AXS TV and outspoken owner of the 2011 NBA-champion Dallas Mavericks; real-estate mogul Barbara Corcoran; “Queen of QVC” Lori Greiner; technology innovator Robert Herjavec; fashion and branding expert Daymond John and venture capitalist Kevin O’Leary.

Mark Burnett, Leslie Garvin, and Clay Newbill are the executive producers of “Beyond the Tank.” Mark Burnett, Clay Newbill, Yun Lingner and Phil Gurin are the executive producers of “Shark Tank,” which is based on the Japanese “Dragons’ Den” format created by Nippon Television Network Corporation. The series is produced by United Artists Media Group in association with Sony Pictures Television.


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