Lori and Daymond fight each other for a piece of a food storage container business, and one of the Sharks makes the entrepreneur a $1 million offer
Seth MacFarlane ("Family Guy" creator; host of The 85th Annual Academy Awards) comes to "Shark Tank" on Friday, Nov. 2, to support his friend and horseback riding teacher from Sylmar, Calif., who claims he has built a better fly trap.
A mother from Walnut Creek, Calif., found inspiration when her little girl burnt her bottom on a hot swing, motivating mom to create a multi-functional child cover that can serve as a seat protector, car shade and more.
Also, Lori and Daymond find the idea of a unique food storage container worth sinking their teeth into, and fight each other for a piece of it, much to the delight of the San Francisco-based entrepreneur. In a follow-up segment, Barbara Lampugnale from West Hartford, Conn., gives an update on NailPak, an all-in-one manicure system which Lori invested in during season three.
"Shark Tank" airs at 9 p.m. on ABC. The Sharks in this episode are Mark Cuban, Lori Greiner, Robert Herjavec, Daymond John and Kevin O'Leary.
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