‘Shark Tank’ stars talk about show ahead of season premiere

Mark Cuban, Barbara Corcoran, Lori Greiner, Daymond John, Kevin O’Leary and Robert Herjavec share how they filmed the new season under strict COVID-19 safety guidelines.
6:40 | 10/16/20

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this Friday and we have some special guests to take us into the the shark. Yes, all of the sharks, going back into the tank, "Shark tank," back tonight on ABC, we have the whole gang, the whole mark Cuban, Barbara Corcoran, Lori Greiner, daymond John, Kevin o'leary, Robert herjavec, good morning to you all. It is so good to see you. Season 12 of "Shark tank," can you believe it XI want you all first off just in a word what it's like to be back. Lori, let me start with you. Relieving. Day monde. Inspiring. Kevin. Crazy. Robert. Motivating, baby. Barbara. Shocking. Did I get everybody in there? Did I get everybody? Okay. Not me. What about me? Exciting! I was about to say how could I forget mark but that's the thing, mark won't let you forget mark. True. Barbara, how does it feel to be back? Guy, everybody loves the chemistry you guys bring to the set. What was it like to be back You know, 12 years working competing with one another is an awful long time but this year I'm telling you it was so different. The minute I walked onto that set and saw everybody, I was personally overwhelmed with love. I realized we were a family. I was just overwhelmed. My god, we're together and I guess it's always been that way, but it surprised me to really see that we were indeed a family. That was wonderful. I even got to love everybody except for you, Kevin. You're still out there. I'm deciding. Well, Barbara, I must say the only reason you got to that set is I bought you a new broom. Oh! Some things never change. It was absolutely incredible that we could have over 260 people working together in a bubble and all stay safe. We have to hand it to the producers, Sony, ABC, you know, mgm, nobody had ever pulled that off before and yet we did. We are the model for how television is going to be made safely going forward during the pandemic. I love that. I want to talk more about that. Daymond, we've all had to change how we operate, everything is changing in the world. What changes will we see on the show? I think you'll see people who, you know, you couldn't come on the show and say, you know what, before covid I was doing bad and now I'm really doing bad, help me out, so what you're see something people who have lost their jobs or just off the couch have become, you know, millionaires even before coming to the show because they pivoted and did what was in their control and took advantage of what they had to make even more, so it's really absolutely amazing. You talked about -- Inspiring. You talk about pivots. A lot are talking about the pandemic pivot that people have taken and then some people picked up a lot of new hobbies and habits including the six of you. Now, I'm not sure you all are aware of what your fellow sharks have been doing, but would you be surprised to know that one of you sharks learned to speak German during quarantine? Do you all know who that was? No. Who was that? Robert. Robert, speak up. Guttentag. That's all he learned. I learned German so I could train my dog that I brought over from Holland, trixie. Wow. Danke, rob. Okay, we got another one. Who in the group learned to play the harmonica, perfected their musical skills? That would be daymond. Daymond. All right. Harmon Cal player, let's hear a few tunes, shall we? Oh, no. No. Oh, no. Yay, Barbara. That's terrible. We need a longer pandemic. You think it's easy to play a harmonica. It takes two years to learn. It's not easy and try blowing through one -- it's not easy. You're full of hot air. So many jokes. Which shark hosted a talk show from their bed? Oh, Lori. Yeah, Lori, for sure. Very controversial. Very risque. Now, I was surprised when we said harmonica a lot thought it was going to be daymond. One of the sharks did become a skilled archer. A skilled archer. Do you know who that was? Daymond. It's got to be daymond. I'll say daymond. Daymond is good with a bow and arrow. Look at that. What are you doing with that thing. For the zombie apocalypse. He's getting ready. The next wave. Wait, there's more. Which shark extended their range of their jump shot? I feel like this is -- A trophy. That's how I relax. I go out and shoot bucks and, you know, got to get the jumpers up. Mark likes basketball? Shocking, shocking. Which of your fellow sharks became a country music songwriter? None of us. None of us. Excuse me. Listen, in the pandemic that's followed by country music. This is a beautiful song I call "She left me like a -- What? It's so different one can cut you so badly and the other, it scars you for life Wow. We got to give thanks to that harmonica. Guys, if nothing else, you all have given us something to look for on season 12. Guy, it is so good to see you, so good to see you back together. You all, we're looking forward to seeing you down the road. Season 12 of "Shark tank" premieres night at 8:00 eastern right here on ABC. See you guys.

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