ABC's 'Shark Tank' - Season Five : News Photo

ABC's 'Shark Tank' - Season Five

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SHARK TANK - 'Episode 526' - An entrepreneur from Marina Del Rey, CA wants an investment in his e-commerce flower business, which offers bouquets shipped direct from farms on an active volcano for just $40 flat; a man from Encinitas, CA thinks his anti-aging lifting strips for mouth wrinkles is a game changer. A 19-year-old from Plano, TX invented a 'breakaway' hanger as a third-grader which collapses under pressure for easy on and off; and two friends from Brooklyn, NY pitch their compostable party tableware made from renewable plant materials. And, Kevin O'Leary follows up on his and Mark Cuban's recent investment in Groovebook, which tripled its sales in just 5 days after airing earlier this season and also drops by 'Jimmy Kimmel Live.' This episode of 'Shark Tank' airs FRIDAY, MAY 2 (9:00-10:01 p.m., ET) on the ABC Television Network. (Photo by Michael Ansell/ABC via Getty Images)
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SHARK TANK - 'Episode 526' - An entrepreneur from Marina Del Rey, CA wants an investment in his e-commerce flower business, which offers bouquets shipped direct from farms on an active volcano for just $40 flat; a man from Encinitas, CA thinks his anti-aging lifting strips for mouth wrinkles is a game changer. A 19-year-old from Plano, TX invented a 'breakaway' hanger as a third-grader which collapses under pressure for easy on and off; and two friends from Brooklyn, NY pitch their compostable party tableware made from renewable plant materials. And, Kevin O'Leary follows up on his and Mark Cuban's recent investment in Groovebook, which tripled its sales in just 5 days after airing earlier this season and also drops by 'Jimmy Kimmel Live.' This episode of 'Shark Tank' airs FRIDAY, MAY 2 (9:00-10:01 p.m., ET) on the ABC Television Network. (Photo by Michael Ansell/ABC via Getty Images)
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