"The Twister" a golf ball cleaner (NO); "The Chef in Black" a dried Chinese salad dressing (YES); "Ink Flip" a mail-order printer ink refill service (NO); Update on: Stress Free Kids (Episode 103)"The Factionist" an environmentally friendly T-shirt line (NO); "Podillow" a more comfortable tanning and massage pillow (NO); "Wee Can Shop" a gift shop for children (NO); "Grease Monkey Wipes" more effective cleaning and degreasing wet wipes (YES); Update on: Body Jac (Episode 105)"Lipstix Remix" a lipstick mold that combines used lipsticks into a new stick (YES); "Captain Ice Cream" an ice cream vending business (NO); "Caffeindicator" a decaf coffee testing system incorporated onto sweetener packets (YES); "Legal Grind" a coffee shop that provides legal services (NO); Update on: Treasure Chest Pets (Episode 108)"Send A Ball" greeting balls sent in the mail (NO); "Qubits" a bendable construction toy (YES); "Pillars of Slippers" an in-home shoe party franchise (NO); "Llama Brew" liquid llama fertilizer (NO); "Nubrella" a wearable umbrella (YES); Update on: Lifebelt (Episode 102) This is Kevin Harrington's last season as a shark.
Comedian Jeff Foxworthy appeared as a guest shark in two episodes this season.
See more » B&B have about as nasty a corpse to deal with as has ever been seen on this show: a smooshed body has been found in the midst of a pile of compressed cardboard sheets due for recycling.
The entrepreneur can make a deal if one or more of the sharks are willing to meet or exceed the full investment amount they asked for.
If all of the sharks opt out the entrepreneur leaves empty-handed.
Furthermore, studio politics and love life provide further suspects.
Booth's doubts about Bones's polyandry with a man for sex and another for conversation prove founded.