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Shark Tank Episode 418 - Feb 15, 2013

Shark Tank Season 4 Episode 418

Week 16 - February 15, 2013

The Smart Wheel on Season 4 episode 418 Shark Tank
Smart Wheel Inventors Meet
The President of the United States
 This weeks Shark Tank Episode is getting moved up a week as episode 417 gets pushed back until next week. Obviously this has to do with at least one business featured on episode 417 that is not quite ready for the Shark Tank Effect and needs extra time to prepare for a flood of orders that is sure to pour in. What company could possibly have that much power to override the lineup and give them an extra week to prepare? I believe I may of already found out that answer but your going to have to wait until I can confirm this and get their article up. It's a good one for sure and will be worth waiting an extra week to see how this all plays out.

Until then we have a new line up in which Kevin O'leary will make a million dollar offer on one of the companies listed below. He may of made the offer BUT did O'Leary close the deal? For Kevin to make that kind of an offer usually means he wants more equity then the contestants are willing to give up and you can be sure it comes with added stipulations to secure his financing.
The Smart Wheel was invented by six teen inventors ages 12 to 18 from Londonderry, NH to help Stop Texting While Driving. They are coming to the Shark Tank well prepared already winning several awards with the patent technology to help stop this problem.

 Smuffin's is the invention of Carmen Linden  from Marina del Rey, CA who has a new way of making S'mores. What do you get when you combine a cup cake with a Smores? You get a Smuffin that is guaranteed to melt in your mouth.

HDYR sushi stands for "How Do You Roll Sushi" which is a franchise play that started in Austin, Texas and has now expanded into 5 states with a dozen casual restaurants already opened. If you like sushi (or even if you don't) your going to love the HDYR casual dining experience.

Online Chat Therapy Pretty Padded Room is owned by Bea Arthur from New York City that wants to bring some sanity into the world via Video Chat Therapy on the Internet.

The featured Special update is for the Invis-a-Rack from Season 3. Donny McCall refused to consider that his invisible ladder truck rack be made anywhere other then in the U.S. even though it could be produced for half the cost oversees. In the Sharks eyes this was not a good business decision and McCall walked away without a deal. His stance however, raised Donny to a spokesperson on the awareness of keeping jobs in America and won him fans around the entire country for standing up to the Sharks. He found that manufacture after the show aired and has since made a fantastic deal for this "Made In America" product.


  1. Anonymous10:12 PM

    I saw a product on your show that I would like to purchase. It was something that fit between the front seats of a car to stop things from falling between the seats. Please tell me who to contact. It was during the week of Feb. 15 to the 22nd, 2013. Thank you.