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As a huge fan of "Shark Tank," I am extremely disappointed by this show. The follow-up stories are too sugary sweet and the "drama" that each one faces seems so scripted and really not that dramatic. Everyone gets wrapped up nicely and everyone is happy by the end, which you know in reality cannot be true. It's a signature of Mark Burnett who loves to portray happy endings and feels the needs to script everything and then edit it so that it fits into a 10-15 minute segment. It just seems like more promotion for products that need a pick-me-up in sales or to help those "feel-good" people like Mo, the little boy who Damon took under his wing. If the show can stop being a long infomercial, then it would be so much better. New producers?
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