Posted on Oct 22, 2007 2:30:56 PM
The season premiere of Dragons' Den features a new dragon, Calgary entrepreneur Arlene Dickinson; a guy with a device that creates six-pack abs, and business ideas that include bikinis, bananas and giant indestructable bags.
The Dragons take down a young entrepreneur with just a dream and a bunch of friends who believe in him. And they take on pro-wrestlers with an idea to make money off live events; Plus, a small business idea that sparks a big fight among The Dragons.
A prolific inventor with bags and bags of products gets a fiery message from the Dragons; a brother-sister team hopes to get a "sweet" deal with their Calgary teashop; plus a lumberjack trying to save marriages one board game at a time, and a 10-year old boy with a "small" idea that's "big" on potential.
The Dragons have an electrifying showdown with an aggressive entrepreneur, an innovative new water bottle that leaves the dragons thirsty for more, and one businessman takes it all off for the money. Plus screaming babies, dirty doggies, and a cure for the common cold that sends chills down The Dragons' spines.
A sexy spice peddler makes a desperate plea to the Dragons; a self-proclaimed math whiz challenges the Dragons NOT to give him money and one entrepreneur who's hoping to bring some glam and glitter into the office. Plus, a pitch about weapons sparks a heated debate about business ethics.
An arrogant young entrepreneur makes a bet that Arlene is wrong; a fishing game that starts a bidding war among the Dragons; and a new take on the old pizza box, the Dragons are hoping to clean-up with. Plus homemade dog treats, custom-made blue jeans and a cure for hot flashes that leaves the Dragons cold.
A high-energy entrepreneur skates circles around the Dragons; an underground fortune that requires major digging; and a business that goes to the dogs. Plus a racy underwear idea that has the dragons squirming.
The Prime Minister's personal chef helps two brothers trying for a sweet deal. The Dragons take down a young mother's idea to connect with family and friends; And new twist on the classic traffic pylon.
An organized young woman charms The Dragons with her drive and determination; An 82-year-old inventor sings for his supper and his snow shovel; And an entrepreneur who can't seem to get his spring water business flowing. Plus catch-up with some of this season's most memorable entrepreneurs: what happened after The Den.
A Christmas tree stand with one-hand setup; an on-demand email security system; and edible treats to fool horses into taking their medicine.