Shark Tank season 11 dropped yet another spectacular episode this week. As usual, it presented some very interesting and innovative business ideas — a twist to the conventional Italian cuisine, a fashion line addressing issues faced by babies, a humane pest control method, and a farming problem converted into a profit-generating opportunity. So are you done with the last episode yet? If yes, it’s time to get ready for another episode. Read on to know everything about ‘Shark Tank’ season 11 episode 18.
Shark Tank Season 11 Episode 18 Release Date: When Will It Premiere?
‘Shark Tank’ season 11 episode 18 is slated to release on Friday, April 3, 2020, at 8 pm ET/ 7 pm CT on ABC.
According to the official synopsis, the 18th episode will showcase the following ideas: “Reinventing the traditional house slipper as a sneaker; an online mentoring program that helps high school students and their parents navigate the college admissions process; a bedding product that reduces the time needed to make a bed.”
Where to Watch Shark Tank Season 11 Episode 18 Online?
If you have a cable subscription, you can watch full episodes of ‘Shark Tank’ by tuning in to ABC at the designated time slot. Otherwise, you can catch up on the episodes online the day after they are aired on ABC’s official website.
The third option is to watch the episodes online on YouTube TV. Otherwise, you can log in to your Hulu account and catch up on the already-released episodes. Also, if want to ditch cable, you should know it is available for streaming on Directv & Fubo TV.
Shark Tank Season 11 Episode 17 Recap:
The major highlight of episode 17 is definitely pasta entrepreneur Brandon Fay, a resident of New York and the owner of Pasta by Hudson, an Italian takeout eatery. As he enters the stage to present his idea, he says: “Hey sharks, I make a lot of dough. Pasta dough, baby. If you cook with love, people can tell. They know right away.” With almost 25 years of experience in the food industry, Fay’s idea is instantly a hit among the sharks.
Shark Barbara Corcoran is a huge fan of the meatballs and she offers him $150,000. Shark Daymond John also loves Fay’s cooking but he backs out due to health issues. He explains: “I have horrible acid reflux. Horrible. So I can’t have onions. I can’t have tomato bases. This is like kryptonite to me even though it was delicious.”
Shark Kevin O’Leary is a bit skeptical of investing in the business as according to him, it is too early to start a partnership. On the other hand, shark Mark Cuban advises Fay to ditch the take-away scene and go completely online. Cuban tells Fay: “Really your biggest future is delivery only. If I knew you had spaghetti squash on there, this size with that sauce and it was 250 calories, I’m ordering every night.”
Shark Lori Greiner also chimes in to team up with Cuban, but Cuban insists on a minimum 20% share of the company. Finally, Greiner and Cuban arrive at a mutual decision — Cuban would spend $100,000 for 20% and Greiner would spend $50,000 for 10% of the company. Fay is of course delighted. He says toward the end: “Dreams come true. Especially in the shark tank. I worked my entire life so hard, and I’m sitting here partnering with two of the best people in the business.”