Socks were a good product. Not sure I'd spend whatever price she said, I can't remember, but I thought it was high. Although maybe I'm just cheap and out of the sock-market loop, because Bombas socks are crazy expensive IMO.
Sex button was stoooopid. If I can't talk to my partner, or give enough clues verbally or physically that he can detect, then why am I with that person? And as dumb the device was, I did not understand the guy's insistence that going to an app was the next "big" step. Are people supposed to use the app to signal they are ready to get busy? Wouldn't that only work if the 2 parties were in close proximity to each other? If I'm feeling frisky @ 2:30pm, but my partner doesn't get home until 6pm, the mood may have passed by then- the kids are home, they need rides to activities, gotta clean up from dinner... Why I am alerting my spouse or BF that I'm ready for sex via my mobile phone if he's not within 50 feet of me?
Date spread maybe tasty, but I agree with Mark that she should have had plain, straight date flavor in her current line up. I guess I am a cheapskate because $12.99 for a jar of stuff I might use 1-2 times a week seems exorbitant to me. And I thought Barbara was rather bitchy about the young woman being "supported" by her dad, and not motivated to succeed because "she didn't feel the pressure". So many of the inventors on this show have had financial support from family to make their product come to life. Whether it's paying the rent or allowing the person to live rent-free in the basement, or co-signing a loan to help buy materials, I would bet over 90% of the people on this show had cash injections from Mom, Dad, Gramma or Uncle Joe. So, F U & shutty, Babs.
The Haitian castor oil products sounded good, but the health/beauty market is saturated with that kind of stuff. Without scientific data to back up testimonials, it would be difficult to differentiate their product from others.