Shark Tank: Season 3, Episode 7

Episode #3.7 (2 Mar. 2012)

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The sharks hear pitches for a flavored mix-and-match lip balm.

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Episode cast overview:
Barbara Corcoran ...
Herself - Shark
Himself - Shark
Robert Herjavec ...
Himself - Shark
Himself - Shark
Kevin O'Leary ...
Himself - Shark
Phil Crowley ...
Announcer (voice)
Dallas Robinson ...
Himself - Entrepreneur: KissTixx
Mike Buonomo ...
Himself - Entrepreneur: KissTixx
Himself - Co-Founder of Apple (voice)
Kim Nelson ...
Herself - Entrepreneur: Daisy Cakes (as Kimberley Nelson)
Stephanie Rensing ...
Herself - Entrepreneur: The Smart Baker (as Stephanie)
Daniel Rensing ...
Himself - Entrepreneur: The Smart Baker (as Daniel)
Lyle Schuette ...
Himself - Entrepreneur: Heat Helper
Scott Jordan ...
Himself - Entrepreneur: TEC


The sharks hear pitches for a flavored mix-and-match lip balm.

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Entrepreneurs Dallas Robinson and Mike Buonomo of Kisstixx asked $200,000 for 20% of their company. In order to demonstrate their interactive lip balms, they asked Barbara Corcoran to kiss Kevin O'Leary to test out the combination flavors. Resisting, but with the other sharks chanting "kiss, kiss, kiss," and Barbara putting her hand over her eyes, they did kiss. Barbara said that he had a bad feeling, probably from the memory of having to kiss Kevin, so she dropped out. Kevin said that he does not know what it means that the two people kissing are not the ones doing the deal, because he was dropping out too. Mark Cuban said that he liked the idea, and would offer them the $200,000 they were asking for, but he needed 40% of the company. Daymond John and Robert Herjavec both said that Mark's offer was better than they would have made, so Mark had the only offer, and Dallas and Mike accepted $200,000 for 40% of their company from Mark Cuban. See more »


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