|USA||2015||60||Reality-TV . Reality|
Robert Herjavec and Louisville, Kentucky-based Pat Yates meet with executives from DreamWorks to try and land a major licensing deal for Happy Feet, the season five plush-animal-shaped slippers and footwear company. In season one, Daymond John invested in New Orleans, Louisiana-based Lisa Lloyd's Treasure Chest Pets, a plush toy with secret compartments for kids to store valuables, but neither of them anticipated how the recession would impact the business. After Taya Geiger and Leah Tutin from Portland, Oregon made their deal with Barbara Corcoran in season six for Scratch & Grain, baking kits with homemade ingredients, they realized they had problems with how production was handled. Curt Campbell from Egg Harbor, Wisconsin was upset when he didn't get a deal during season six for Oilerie, a gourmet self-serve olive oil franchise. How did he cope with keeping his dream alive to open up a franchise business?
|Episode Title:||Episode 7|
|Airs:||2016-03-29 at 10:00 PM|