Nothing But Awkward Reactions: A Pitch From Shark Tank With The Dialogue Removed

March 15, 2018

This is a video of a pitch from season 8 episode 23 of Shark Tank in which inventors Billy Thompson and Randy Choi try to sell the sharks on a sweat-proof t-shirt for working out, but with all the dialogue removed by Youtuber No Dialogue (everybody needs a hobby) so it's just awkward reactions (I know all those looks all too well). The sharks don't seem too impressed (sharks don't sweat anyways, silly!), but I personally really could use a sweat-proof shirt because I sweat like -- what's the expression? "The fat turd that you are." I'm lucky I'm going to see my therapist this afternoon.

Keep going for the video.

Thanks to hairless, who may or may not be the shark sitting next to Mark Cuban.

  • Zachary Zarko

    Entrepreneur: I've spent 20 years and my life's savings to develop this idea. I've already got pre-orders for $10 million worth of product. I just need $1 million to get everything running. In return, I am offering a 20% stake in the company. That's an instant 100% return on investment. So what do you say?

    Shark: Here's my counter offer. I'll give you a half-eaten doughnut for 100% of your idea.

    Entrepreneur: Gee, that's a tempting offer. Uh, OK, I'll take it.

    Shark: Hold on - I've changed my mind. I'll give you a quarter of a doughnut for 100% of you idea - and you pay ME $2 million.

    Entrepreneur: Well, I'll have to sell my kids into slavery, but you've got a deal.

  • Matthew

    This was way funnier than I expected it to be.

  • jodyberry

    At least needed the intro music.

  • Mark

    Stopped watching after I saw bits and pieces of other shows spliced into it.

    I remember watching that actual episode and everyone laughed when they showed the Sharks sweaty pits.

    People are trying too hard to be youtube stars.

  • Big Dog on Krampus

    the hardcore Shark Tank fans have spoken

  • TheQiwiMan

    This was way funnier than I expected it to be.

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