The Monti Kids company was on "The Pitch" January 30th podcast https://www.gimletmedia.com/the-pitch/shark-tank-vs-the-pitch-56-monti-kids with a much different outcome than on Shark Tank. Near the end of her pitch she says "that was a lot less stressful than Shark Tank" and there is a bit of audio from a Shark Tank viewing party that she held for family and friends. Personally, there would be no way that I would be hosting a viewing party after what happened on Shark Tank.
A couple of comparisons, on Shark Tank she was asking for $200K for 2.5% of the company while on the pitch she said that she was raising a seed round of $3M with a $8M pre-money valuation, so both of the offers were equal, but phrased differently. In the end she was selling 37.5% of the company in total. During her pitch she was pushing more on a 1:1 Experts:Parents network that pairs with the toys which is where I think that The Pitch investors saw value and scalability. She mentioned revenue numbers that I think are unrealistic though, $1.3M this year, $5M next year and $300M in years. Maybe in software you could do this, but now way is this happening in education kids toys.