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After a week's break, the sharks are back and with that, a lot of drama unfolds on ABC's reality show. This week's episode is an amalgamation of various products in the season so far. Small businesses, interesting innovations, small size automobiles and beauty products are pitched to the venture capitalists on "Shark Tank."

In the upcoming episode, the sharks - Lori Greiner, Kevin O'Leary, Robert Herjavec and Daymond John are privy to a variety of products, but most of them would suit one of Lori Greiner's infomercials.

Episode 10 depicts one of the most heartwarming stories in this season. We are referring to Sarah Oliver's line of hand knitted bags, which includes a workforce of elderly citizens. In the promo, the entrepreneur from Mill Valley, California narrates her journey. From gifting handbags to her family to starting a small business, Sarah Oliver says that it's the nimble fingers of the elderly citizens that result in beautiful products.

Elsewhere on the episode, the sharks will listen to other pitches. Beauty experts present a line of products aimed at the Korean-American market; an entrepreneur asks the sharks to invest in the adult version of trikes and there's another product, which we think will get the sharks' attention. The venture capitalists are introduced to a zipperless luggage that comes with movable battery, a USB port, and a digital scale.

Season 7 Episode 10's synopsis reads:

An entrepreneur from Mill Valley, CA uses an unique labor force to create her product; the sharks go on a crazy ride when a college student from San Diego, CA brings a grown up version of a favorite childhood toy; and beauty industry experts from New York City bring innovations from the secret epicenter of beauty. Also, an update on Happy Feet, the whimsical plush slippers designed by Pat Yates from Goshen, KY, that Robert Herjavec invested in during Season 5.

"Shark Tank" Season 7 Episode 10 airs on Friday, 4 December at 9pm on ABC. You can live stream the episode via ABC GO

Hand knit handbags made with love by senior citizens. Will Sarah Oliver get a deal with the Sharks?

Posted by Shark Tank on Thursday, 3 December 2015
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