Posted on Apr 15, 2013 12:58:51 AM
In the season premiere the Dragons enjoy a spot of tea; unlucky entrepreneurs take another chance at making their business stick; and a pair of brothers are tired of living out of their luggage. Plus, a niche product has the Dragons stepping out of their comfort zone.
A distillery business hopes the Dragons will take a shot at an investment; a posture perfectionist tries to set the Dragons straight; and a yard work tool causes a Dragon showdown. Plus a pitcher takes flight in the Den, with hopes of shredding the competition.
The Dragons let loose and kick off their shoes; a beauty business spoils the Dragons; and a realty business isn't afraid to bare it all. Plus, an apparel company brings a breath of fresh air into the Den.
Small town sisters hoping for a big investment in their tasty business; the Dragons are invited to a new kind of party; and a crafty entrepreneur enters the Den with her paper-mache prototype. Plus, a pair of pitchers give the Dragons a run for their money with a little friendly competition.
The Dragons enjoy a few martinis; the gloves are off in the Den; and a Dragon swing goes out of bounds fast. Plus, a new form of school fundraising raises some eyebrows.
The Dragons go toe to toe with a young entrepreneur; it's quiz time in the Den; and a small entrepreneur with a big heart shows the Dragons how a good deed goes a long way. Plus an exclusive concert in the Den.
The Dragons cuddle with a few furry friends; a battle for the best burger in the Den; and automobile accessory the Dragons aren't sure will stick. Plus, a designer fashion show in the Den for a fraction of the price.
A unique exercise causes the Dragons to break a sweat; things get dirty in the Den; and a family business looks for a big investment. Plus, a snapshot into a memorable market.
Things are heating up in the Den; a tasty pitch results in a dental emergency; and we catch up with a feathered friend from earlier this season. Plus, a helmet innovation makes an impact on the Dragons.
A winter tool attachment comes to the Den for a little leverage; a redesigned holiday classic attempts to dazzle the Dragons in a new fashion; and a hot money game is looking for a cold cash deal. Plus a toy maker tries to sleigh the Dragons with his line of action figures.
A Toronto deli drives its way back into the Den; a tanning business from seasons past leaves a Dragon turning red again; and an entrepreneur from Season 1 hopes this time the Dragons will see eye-to-eye with his idea. Plus, a fast food idea comes back for seconds.
The Dragons put their fitness skills to the test; a franchise opportuntiy spins a few wheels and the largest ask ever drops Dragon jaws. Plus; a Prairie product creates a buzz in the Den.
A highly entertaining performance is served up to the Dragons; things get up close and personal in the Den; and a multimillion dollar valuation has the Dragons spinning their wheels. Plus; a food topping that needs a boost from the Dragons.
A bright young duo tries to charm with their trinkets; a children's software schools the Den; and a paper packing company makes the Dragons think outside of the box. Plus an office compost service needs a Dragon investment to grow.
A new showerhead system hopes to avoid being put in hot water; a targeted dating site looks for a Dragon partner; and a chocolate bar wakes up the Den. Plus a Canadian Classic gets a meaty spin.
A baby product prevents a big mess in the Den; an energy idea needs Dragon dollars to help it grow; and the Dragons are given a few words of encouragement.
An entrepreneur serves up a snack fit for a king; an artist hopes her body of work will win over the Dragons; and a food entrepreneur hopes to bag a deal. Plus; a Guinness World Record holder attempts to escape the Den with investment.
A detox delivery business look for a natural partner; an artist hopes her Disney dream doesn't turn into a nightmare; and married entrepreneurs hope to make the most of a golden opportunity.
A new step in the world of women's footwear; eyeglass entrepreneurs hope the Dragons will flip for their product; and a bicycle innovation hopes to wheel out of the den with a deal. Plus, the Dragons get revved up over a ride share business.
The Dragons' Den season finale delves into the public and private lives of our very own Dragons.
Go behind the scenes of the episode that goes behind the scenes with the Dragons!
Week after week, Kevin is there to tear into pitchers and his fellow Dragons'. Is he really that mean? Find out what his fellow Dragons and the Dragons' Den crew thinks.
The Dragons play one of Jim's favourite games -- Cornhole!
What do the Dragons spend their big bucks on? What was their first big purchases before they were Dragons?
How well do you know your fellow Dragon? - PART FIVE: Arlene
How well do you know your fellow Dragon? - PART FOUR: Kevin
For Arlene Dickinson, richness is learning from her mistakes. In this exclusive video, she tells us that when it comes to her career, she has no regrets.
Planning on auditioning? Nervous? Don't be! Check out what these experienced pitchers have to say about their experience on the Den.
Meet Mike Armitage, the inspirational force behind Dragons' Den.
Product Knot Theory Pitcher Tanya Huang Hometown Vancouver, BC...
Go behind the scenes of our upcoming Second Chance Show with an extended preview of what you'll see this Sunday January 6th at 8PM!
This stevia-based sweetener gets a second chance to tempt the Dragons.
Happy Holidays from all of us at Dragons' Den! What better what to get you in the spirit than this exclusive behind the scenes video.
Susan Emanuel & Melissa Boudreau pitch their sports inspired apparel for children.
This week, The Dragons take to another battle round - to prove who already knows our newest Dragon, David Chilton, the best.
Derek Macrae of Toronto, ON pitches his beach towels that look like kilts.
Earlier this season, Mary McQueen and her trusty sidekick Luigi the Lovebird struck a deal with David Chilton. We catch up with them next week for a full Dragons' Den update - but until then, here's an insider's look at Luigi's exclusive crib in Victoria, BC.
Product Snap Stands Pitcher Peyvand Padidar & Marc Fallows...
Meet Molly Duignan. Not only is she a former Miss Teen Abbotsford, but she's also one of Dragons' Den's senior producers and loves tweeting with fans! (@tvmolly)
Noel Brooks from Chatham ON pitches his urban lifestyle apparel line to The Dragons.
Student Jared Vaughan fom London, ON pitches a retail kiosk which will sell products seen on Dragons' Den.
With only ONE more week until our All-Student episode, we went behind the scenes to chat with some of the Den's brave young entrepreneurs.
Zoey Farago, a grade seven student of Deer Valley, SK, pitches her security device disguised as a teddy bear.
This week, we put the Dragons to the test - to prove who knows Bruce Croxon best.
Dayna Richardson from Toronto, ON pitches her mini-cupcakes with about 120 calories.
Fall is upon us, and as everyone settles into their back-to-school routines, we asked the Dragons to think back on their lives as students. Don't forget to tune into our all-student special on Wednesday, October 31st!
Max Feldman and Ken Regher from Vancouver, BC pitch their bike polo equipment to The Dragons.
In this week's segment The Dragons try to prove who knows Jim the best.
Funk-Off starts off their pitch with a little game for The Dragons, in this extended version of their demo.
Ace Burpee from Winnipeg, MB pitches a hoodie that acts as a baby carrier, for cooler parents.
In the season premiere a towel that has the Dragons all wrapped up; an all-natural practitioner gets a dose of reality; and a coffee company needs a jolt to expand their business. Plus a water idea makes the Dragons thirsty for more.
An opera performance starts the Den out on a high note; a jerky business gives the Dragons something to chew on; and a racy line of novelty products heats up the Den. Plus a new way to cash in on unwanted gifts
School is in when the Dragons are taught the importance of an easy day; a musical about bullying targets the Den; and a shocking invention takes the headache out of investing. Plus a celebrity chef tries to cook up a deal.
A pet website meets its match in the Den; the Dragons wrestle with an entertaining idea; and an online magazine hopes to hook up with an investment. Plus the Dragons get carried away by a Bottle Bin.
A new fitness ball rolls into the den; a foam saver has the Dragons in a lather; and a line of men's underwear bares it all for the chance at a deal. Plus a waterless car wash hopes to clean up with the Dragons.
A student stockbroker trades school hours for market hours; a 17-year-old Formula Tour racer drives a hard bargain; and a young pair creates headwear with earphones that are really out of sight. Plus these students hope the Dragons will jump on the note-taking bandwagon.
A smoked meat business on wheels rolls into the Den; a racy pitch gets the Dragons dancing; and a housing idea tries to take home a deal. Plus history comes alive in the Den with Vintage Sports Images.
A fashion show on all fours strolls into the Den; the Dragons crunch the numbers on a flax deal; and a golf jacket tightens up the game. Plus Australian sports instructors have the Dragons teaming up.
A gym idea is looking for action in the Den; a golf pitch tries for a hole in one; and a yoga teacher hopes to charm the Dragons with her line of raw food snacks. Plus a better designed crutch leans on the Dragons for a little support.
A dual-purpose bag dresses up for the Den; the Dragons learn freedom is more valuable than money; and a realtor website tries to close a deal. Plus one pitcher fights back against Dragon attacks.
Holiday wrapping meets its match; a new seasonal light dazzles the Dragons; and it's Hockey Night in the Den with an original sporty belt. Plus a holiday treat keeps things neat.
A men's underwear line is back with a cheekier pitch; a helmet wrap recovers from its last appearance; and a dog festival is now fit for a Dragon. Plus a second chance leads to a first in the Den for one all-natural Soap Company.
An exercise aid creates tension in the Den; high rollers gamble for the chance at a deal; and a convenient fresh idea for the Dragons to snack on. Plus a massage franchise could have just the right touch.
A hotdog chef gets frank with the Dragons; a spectator garment is hoping for some fans in the Den; and a fashion fix gets caught in a sticky situation. Plus a homegrown idea that could blossom into a thriving business.
A group of entrepreneurs are putting up their own barriers in the Den; a shakable pancake powder mixes things up; and a clean pitch gets a little messy. Plus a specialty clothing line tries to net a Dragon deal.
Magnets are the secret to flower power in the Den; a small-scale business is looking for healthy growth; and it's Ladies' Night every night at a hunky hero-themed restaurant. Plus a candy company is hoping for a sweet victory in the Den.
Tune in for a special edition of Dragons' Den and catch up with past pitchers. See what some of the most memorable entrepreneurs have been up to, and discover the Dragons' Den effect. Plus, the Dragons reflect on their deals and relive some of the disasters.
The Dragons are introduced to the friend-zone; a nutrient-rich powder tries to benefit the Dragons' wallets; and a ski mask gets masculine. Plus a natural alternative to other artificial sweetners enters the Den.
In an exciting special episode of Dragons' Den, the dragons will see three energy innovations compete for $100,000 in prize money from Shell.
A toilet accessory needs a flush of Dragon cash; a hockey website tries to net a deal; and a web-based shop says it has every occasion wrapped up. Plus a West Coast diver needs a lot of clams to keep his business alive.
The Dragons find out what's smart in branded phone casings; a water dispenser soaks up some offers; and a home improvement invention impresses. Plus a hangover cure gets a shot at a deal.
On the season finale, Dianne and the Dragons reflect on six incredible seasons in the Den. The Dragons watch themselves get fired up over deals, and they'll dish on the ones that crashed and burned. They'll tell us what they really think about each other. And things heat up all over again when the Dragons re-visit some of the racier pitches. Plus viewers and producers pick the three moments in Dragons' Den history.
In this week's Behind the Scenes video segment, meet executive producer Tracie Tighe as she talks about her role on the show and the Dragons.
Juno winner Morgan Davis slays the Dragons in this performance for DB Customs Cigar Box Guitars.
Yellowknife rapper Aaron 'Godson' Hernandez gets The Dragons' nodding to his tune.
Charlie Rose of Sechelt, BC, bounces out the beat on his custom made drum set - The Boingy Boingy.
In this week's Behind the Scenes video segment, meet Tamara the Dragons' wardrobe assistant she recounts some memorable fashion disasters in the Den.
In this week's Behind the Scenes video segment, meet some of the kids and animals that stole the spotlight this season.
In this week's Behind the Scenes video segment, the Dragons answer if a pitcher's personality factors into making a deal.
In this week's Behind the Scenes video segment, the Dragons share some of the biggest istakes a pitcher can make in the Den.
In this week's Behind the Scenes video segment, The Dragons dish out some of their more romantic moments.
In this week's Behind the Scenes video segment, meet associate producer Rich as he shows what it takes to make memorable moments in the Den.
In this week's Behind the Scenes video segment, watch some of this season's pitchers as they go through the final stages of preparation before they walk into the Den.
In this week's Behind the Scenes video segment, see a typical production day for Terry, the Dragons' Den set decorator
In this week's Behind the Scenes video segment, see the Second Chance show pitchers prepare for another moment in the Den.
In this week's Behind the Scenes video segment, the Dragons answer if they would ever retire.
In this week's Behind the Scenes video segment, the Dragons answer what their second career would be.
In this week's Behind the Scenes video segment, meet Caleb and Lars from the Liquid Hot Chocolate pitch as they prepare for the Den.
In this weeks Behind the Scenes video segment, find out how the staging crew moves large items into the Den.
In this week's Behind the Scenes video segment, the Dragons answer if they find it difficult to say no to pitchers
In this week's Behind the Scenes video segment, find out some of the Dragons most coveted travel tips.
In this week's Behind the Scenes video segment, Arlene does her official signing for her new book Persuasion.
In this week's Behind the Scenes video segment, see some of the student pitchers preparing for their appearance in The Den
In this week's Behind the Scenes video segment, find out who the Dragons' business heroes are.
In this week's Behind the Scenes video segment we talk to Kevin O'Leary at the launch party for his new book Cold Hard Truth
In this week's Behind The Scenes video segment see how the hair and makeup team get the Dragons camera ready.
In this week's Behind the Scenes video segment, see what it takes to get The Dragons into the Den and into their seats
In this week's Behind the Scenes video segment, Robert races in the Ferrari Challenge Series at the Formula 1 Grand Prix du Canada Montreal.
We take a closer look at our new Dragon Bruce Croxon.
Dragon Arlene Dickinson and host Dianne Buckner run-through their clothing selections for Season Six of Dragons' Den
The men of Dragons' Den run through what their clothing selections for this season, provided by Harry Rosen.
Learn more about our new Dragons Bruce Croxon.
In the premiere episode the Dragons get the ball rolling with an inflatable toy; a textbook rental service gets schooled; and a waffle business that leaves you wanting seconds. Plus watch a toilet pitch dissolve right in front of the Dragons.
The Dragons put in an offer on a group buying website; a game that has the Robert and Brett bumping around the board; and a brother and sister duo who may need to throw out the baby with the bath water. Plus a cookie business that proves mother knows best.
A little drama helps to sell a business; a juice jug that's ready to stir things up; and a chair company that brings a splash of colour to the Den. Plus things get messy when the Dragons rip into a diaper business.
A fairy tale that brings hope to germaphobic travelers; a communication tool that combines the old and the new; and two innovative bathroom solutions. Plus, a locally grown berry that has an entrepreneur thinking global.
A man who believes he has the cure for sleepless doggie nights; a new hand sanitizer business gets slimed; and a few fuzzy friends stop by the Den. Plus, a visit from Canadian icon Don Cherry - or at least a look-a-like.
A trio hopes the Dragons put investing in them on their bucket list; a handy invention is put to the test; and a drinking device sparks some friendly competition. Plus, a weight loss company encounters heavy criticism.
A father-son duo brings monster size excitement to the Den; a breakfast cereal feeds a bidding frenzy; and a clothing business gets disheveled. Plus, a skin care line softens up the Dragons.
Two entrepreneurs look to revitalize their strained business; a new puzzle has the Dragons racing to make an offer; and a memorable visit from the king of rock 'n' roll. Plus, see if an anti-aging supplement wrinkles under pressure.
A filtered water business makes a splash in the Den; a delivery service that has even the postman blushing; and a small bathroom product that plans to make a big difference. Plus, will a scooter business crash and burn or cruise to a deal?
Tune in to a special edition of Dragons' Den to see if the Dragons are feeling generous this holiday season. A filmmaker delivers his idea for a new film; a new board game sparks some Dragon cheer; and an easy light storage solution brightens the Den.
Dragons' Den returns with a special "Second Chance" edition, where several lucky entrepreneurs from seasons past are given another chance to score a deal. Their strategy may change, but the stakes never do. If they don't get it right this time they walk away empty-handed, again.
Dried honey products are abuzz in the Den; a kitchen gadget inventor who has put it all on the line; and language software that hopes to have the Dragons signing in. Plus, it's a musical day in the Den.
An inventor puts a new spin on riding a bike to work; laundry detergent that's good for the environment; and a tradeshow that'll make you look twice. Plus, will a hockey musical have the Dragons singing praises or spitting fire?
An eco-friendly idea springs a few leaks; a health conscious couple hopes the Dragons become obsessed with their business; and a shipping container full of potential. Plus, a mother of five has a snappy idea.
A new truck gadget has the Dragons rolling out offers; a stock trading board game gets dumped; and a barbershop with an appealing offer. Plus, a socially conscious perfume that brings the Dragons to tears.
A desperate duo begs the Dragons for cash; a new set of wheels cruises into the Den; and a takeout food container receives a harsh review. Plus, a pitch for a new television series gets a reality check.
A new game of hockey has the Dragons turning in circles; a DVD that will keep golfers playing nice on the green; and one size fits all pants. Plus, will an electric boat reel in a Dragon?
A pitcher sweats it outs when the Dragons turn up the heat; a novelty item looks to Kevin for an endorsement; and a tasty snack in search of a healthy investment. Plus, fighting it out for the Dragons attention.
An entrepreneur plans to franchise her poop and scoop business; an eco-friendly gift that will grow on you; and eyewear to match your every look. Plus, a gadget that will make sure you're never caught speeding again.
On this season finale--the dragons battle it out over some of the best ideas ever brought to the den: including, a new marketing tool to keep you glued to the screen; a mask that keeps the germs away; and homebuilding with a twist. Plus, the one-stop-shop for ethical products.
All 5 dragons are back - and they're fired up for Dragons' Den's hottest season yet. In the premiere episode, students strip down to their skivvies, Kevin upgrades a travel website, and the dragons get feisty over a cash-for-gold business.
Twins with their line of lip gloss deliberate an offer; a husband and wife duo receive an icy response from the dragons; and an eco-friendly clothing line parades through the den. Plus a board game inventor hopes to score a deal but gets off-sided by Kevin.
A dance troupe really shakes things up; a hefty bank loan has an entrepreneur begging for cash; and a tattoo biz raises temperatures. Plus, from a miner's seat to retro chic, it's lunchtime in the den.
From entrepreneur to employee, a casino dealer considers a dragon offer; a medical marijuana business ignites some moral mediation and stickers that will scare you safe. Plus, angry cell-phone users mob the den looking for a better deal.
Hopeful entrepreneurs look to turn dough into dollars; a burgeoning bra business garners support from Arlene; and the dragons get all shook up as Elvis impersonators invade the den. Plus, a bear bin takes a beating and reality TV show rejects attempt redemption.
All aboard, next stop, The Den! The Dragons go for a ride on a new-fangled snowboard; an all-female auto repair shop ignites trouble with Jim; and a table hockey game receives a much needed reality check. Plus, watch the dragons push, kick and twist their way into shape.
Tune in for this special edition of Dragons' Den where we get a blast from the past. See what some of our most memorable entrepreneurs have been up to since their experience in the Den. Plus, hear what the Dragons have to say about the deals, disasters, and the ones that got away.
Turning crustaceans to cash, an aggressive offer makes two fishermen greedy; a DJ school has Arlene spinning a track; and the gloves are off in the Den. Plus, a single mom turns to tears over her fitness show for toddlers.
A sparkly swimsuit business catches the attention of the Dragons; a holistic healer tries to be "at one" with the cash flow; and a website that promotes recycling gets trashed. Plus, Dragon doggy doppelgangers enter the Den
Two young entrepreneurs look to spice up their pitch with a little skin, diamonds made from an unlikely source, and an unusual underwear company braves the Den. Plus, criminals, culture and a coin-toss wrapped into a board game extravaganza.
In this holiday edition of Dragons' Den a winter hat receives a warm reception; futuristic living goes up in smoke; and a familiar face braves the Den again. Plus, you're never too young to be in business with a Dragon. It may be cold outside, but it's still fiery in the Den.
In this special edition of Dragons' Den, three Canadian icons bring their wealth of expertise to unsuspecting entrepreneurs. A fashionista brings out her inner Dragon; a seasoned contractor is intrigued by a new tool; and a top home designer who is willing to put her own name on the line.
A sauce business makes Den history; a spray that packs a bang for its buck and a dress that provokes Dragon disagreement. Plus, two lifelong friends have Kevin playing to a different tune this week.
The Dragons aren't feeling "at one" with a mobile spa business, but they can't wait to get their hands on a new computer mouse; and helmet covers that promote safety and style. Plus, the Dragons exchange some pillow talk.
The Banana Guard doctors return with a sure fire way to rescue the rest of the fruit basket; a game that will reveal your true self; and an organic juice business that gives the Dragons a taste of green. Plus, an entrepreneur who plans to litigate his way to millions.
A diaper service that makes sure nothing goes to waste; a family who hopes a Dragon heavyweight will help them mass-market their new scale; and a boating business that needs to reel in an investment. Plus, a mailbox pitch goes postal.
The Dragons are treated to dessert in hopes that they dish out a deal; a modern fix for a campfire favourite gets roasted; and a condom that will keep both you and the environment safe. Plus, a board game that has real potential, but will it be left at the altar?
All five dragons go in on a million dollar offer; an eco-friendly business is willing to give it all up; and a hotel check-in business that doesn't have any clinetele. Plus, a puppy harness that ends in a puddle.
A pitch powers up to the tune of 1.5 million dollars; a recession fighting rock business; and a premium vodka business dances for dollars. Plus the biggest deal in Dragons' Den history.
"The Road to Riches" is an in-depth look at the Dragons' journeys to self-made success. From humble beginnings and darker days, to the joys of personal and professional milestones, this distinctive finale reveals the Dragons like never before.
On this special episode of Dragons' Den three of the best, brightest and greenest entrepreneurs present their business ideas to the Dragons, but only one will walk away with $100,000, courtesy of SunChips, and the title of Canada's top eco-preneur.
The season premiere of Dragons' Den features a new dragon, wealthy philanthropist and maverick investment banker, Brett Wilson; along with some energetic entrepreneurs, a dog that wants to be famous, and a golf shoe that sparks an aggressive bidding war.
The Dragons are torn between a superior pitcher and his inferior idea, and an acrobatic pitch by an aerial artist has Kevin showing his devilish side. Plus, A+ software for teachers, a better way to Roll up the Rim, and the Canadian sombrero.
A husband and wife duo has the dragons breathing fire with their spicy BBQ sauce; two mom-preneurs hope to make life easier with their time-saving inventions. Plus, the dragons get steamed up over hot dogs, anti-freeze, and a secret system for parking tickets.
An army of working women storm the den for a powerful pitch, The Dragons junk an idea for cleaning shopping carts. Plus reading aids, beauty-tainment, and The Dragons take a bite out of the snack business.
An eager entrepreneur tries to woo the dragons into the wine business; a pair of BFFs share their big plans for the plus-size industry, and a father-son duo pitch their multi-purpose caskets. Plus, golf gadgets, dazzling diamonds, and the dragons go Hollywood.
A former pro wrestler pitches an innovative barbell system; a florist wants to grow his blossoming flower business. Plus, the dragons diss a positive energy proposal, a little genius sells teaching tools, and a fashionable way to discard dog do do.
An inventor with a history of bad luck changes his fortunes; a sleep-aid sets off the dragons' alarms; and giving the boot to a sexy business proposal. Plus, a young inventor's futuristic vehicle revs things up.
One Dragon dishes out the dough for a good night's sleep; a pair of competitive ballroom dancers can't find their rhythm in The Den. Plus, Robert makes a sweet offer that leaves a sour taste in Jim's mouth.
An encore pitch from last season's epic inventor, a chilly invention turns up the heat, and an eco-invention melts The Dragons' frosty exterior. Plus, yummy mummys, macaroons and marijuana.
The Den goes green with a frenzy of eco-preneurs: golf tees with a twist, cutlery that slices through Kevin's critique, and more. Plus; musical games, magical numbers, and moonshade blinds.
What do mosquitoes, babies, defibrillators, power plants and enchiladas have in common? A lot of cash! The Dragons get generous during the holidays with almost 3 million dollars in deals in just one episode! Plus: the magic event of the season, and one Dragon makes Santa's naughty list.
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.
An exercise machine has the Dragons lacking motivation; a tidal energy bridge gets a dose of reality; and two entrepreneurs enter the Den to pitch their magnetic gift card idea to the Dragons.
The Dragons are presented with a business idea for self-help "Mystical Cards"; a pair of super binoculars claim to be able to see through almost anything; and one entrepreneur has an idea that is designed to help families stay clean and save money.
Two recent MBA graduates believe they have the next big business idea; a "Ski Limo" pitch promises to chauffeur non-skiers down the slopes; and an entrepreneur with natural first aid products is looking for a serious investment from the Dragons.
The show begins on a high note with an idea for amusement park rides; an entrepreneur tries to sell the Dragons on a special brand of bottled water; and a business that caters to small-sized uniforms has the Dragons wondering if less is more.
A hopeful entrepreneur enters the Den with cheeky underwear; a new shower idea has the Dragons thinking about safety first; and things heat up in the Den when an entrepreneur pitches a new spin on cook stoves.
The Dragons get a pitch for a hi-tech billboard; an entrepreneur tries to convince the Dragons there's big business in custom-made pet products; and the Dragons are presented with a creepy-crawly business idea for life-sized mobile haunted houses.
The Dragons catch up with some of the most unforgettable entrepreneurs from the first season.