List of Undercover Boss (U.S. TV series) episodes

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Undercover Boss is an American 2010 reality television series, based on the British series of the same name. The first episode of the first season premiered on February 7, 2010, after Super Bowl XLIV, and featured Larry O'Donnell, President and Chief Operating Officer of Waste Management, Inc.[1] On March 9, 2010, CBS announced it had renewed Undercover Boss for a second season.[2][3] On July 28, 2010, CBS announced four company executives had signed up for the second season of Undercover Boss, the executives are from NASCAR, DirecTV, Chiquita Brands International and Great Wolf Lodge, Inc.[4] The Choice Hotels CEO, Steve Joyce, was the first boss for the second season of the show on September 26, 2010. On March 27, 2011, CBS officially renewed Undercover Boss for a third season. On May 18, 2011, CBS then announced that it would be holding the show for a mid-season replacement to premiere Sunday January 15, 2012, with an undetermined amount of episodes.[5] The third season premiered on January 15, 2012. The fourth season premiered on November 2, 2012.[6] The fifth season premiered on September 27, 2013.[7] The sixth season premiered on December 14, 2014.[8]

As of February 20, 2015 (2015-02-20), 89 original episodes of Undercover Boss have aired.

Overview[edit]

Season Episodes Originally aired
First aired Last aired
1 9 February 7, 2010 (2010-02-07) April 11, 2010 (2010-04-11)
2 22 September 26, 2010 (2010-09-26) May 1, 2011 (2011-05-01)
3 13 January 15, 2012 (2012-01-15) May 11, 2012 (2012-05-11)
4 17 November 2, 2012 (2012-11-02) May 17, 2013 (2013-05-17)
5 15 September 27, 2013 (2013-09-27) March 14, 2014 (2014-03-14)
6 13 December 14, 2014 (2014-12-14) February 20, 2015 (2015-02-20)

Episodes[edit]

Season 1 (2010)[edit]

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1 1 "Waste Management" Lawrence O'Donnell III February 7, 2010 (2010-02-07)
Lawrence O'Donnell, President and COO of Waste Management, Inc,[9] works alongside his employees, cleaning porta-potties, sorting waste at one of their recycling plants, collecting garbage from a landfill and even being fired for the first time in his life. O'Donnell's mission is to garner an up-close look at his company and workforce to see how and where improvements can be made from both an operational and morale standpoint.
2 2 "Hooters" Coby G. Brooks February 14, 2010 (2010-02-14)
When Coby G. Brooks, President and CEO of Hooters,[10] goes undercover in his own company, he finds himself struggling to keep up in a fast-paced kitchen and is later forced to take immediate action when a restaurant manager steps out of line.
3 3 "7-Eleven" Joseph DePinto February 21, 2010 (2010-02-21)
Joseph DePinto, President and CEO of 7-Eleven,[11] goes undercover and discovers that a corporate policy is not being put into effect. Later on, a delivery driver's approach to life opens the undercover boss' eyes.
4 4 "White Castle" Dave Rife February 28, 2010 (2010-02-28)
Dave Rife, Owner & Executive Board Member of White Castle,[11] goes undercover in his own company where he accidentally ruins thousands of hamburger buns after mishandling equipment in one of his bakeries, and also discovers low morale among his employees at a local factory.
5 5 "Churchill Downs" William C. Carstanjen March 14, 2010 (2010-03-14)
Bill Carstanjen, President & COO of Churchill Downs, goes undercover at his own racetracks.[11] This however, proves difficult, as he is afraid of horses.
6 6 "GSI Commerce" Michael G. Rubin March 21, 2010 (2010-03-21)
Michael G. Rubin, Chairman, President and CEO of GSI Commerce, the e-commerce giant behind numerous top U.S. retailers, goes undercover in his own company,[12] where he discovers that rushing through a task can result in injury to others, and that his packing and shipping skills are not up to company standards.
7 7 "Herschend Family Entertainment" Joel Manby March 28, 2010 (2010-03-28)
Joel Manby, President and CEO of Herschend Family Entertainment, a leader in the world of family theme parks and attractions, goes undercover.[12] One of his employees says his dream job is CEO and correctly names Joel as the CEO, but does not recognize him.
8 8 "Roto-Rooter" Rick L. Arquilla April 4, 2010 (2010-04-04)
President and COO of Roto-Rooter Rick L. Arquilla goes undercover in his own company and finds himself overwhelmed with emotion while working alongside several employees who force him to reflect on his past as well as his future legacy as the boss of their company.
9 9 "1-800-Flowers" Chris McCann April 11, 2010 (2010-04-11)
Chris McCann, COO of 1-800-Flowers goes undercover in his own company where he discovers misconceptions about the brand. (His brother, James McCann, makes a cameo appearance but his identity is not concealed.)

Season 2 (2010–11)[edit]

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10 1 "Choice Hotels International" Steve Joyce September 26, 2010 (2010-09-26)
Steve Joyce, President and CEO of Choice Hotels International, goes undercover facing jobs of managing the front desk, cleaning rooms and working with the maintenance crew to find the problems facing his company.
11 2 "Great Wolf Lodge" Kimberly K. Schaefer October 3, 2010 (2010-10-03)
Kim Schaefer, CEO of Great Wolf Lodge, decides to go undercover, attempting numerous jobs at her chain of Lodges and discovers problems in the workplace.
12 3 "DirecTV" Mike White October 10, 2010 (2010-10-10)
Mike White, CEO of DirecTV, decides to go undercover, attempting the numerous jobs at his chain including working on the roof and inside the office and discovers problems in the workplace.
13 4 "Frontier Airlines" Bryan Bedford October 17, 2010 (2010-10-17)
While working undercover on the company's front lines, Frontier Airlines CEO Bryan Bedford cleans a plane's lavatory, contributes to a flight's late departure and discovers how pay cuts are impacting employees' lives.
14 5 "NASCAR" Steve Phelps October 24, 2010 (2010-10-24)
Steve Phelps, SVP and Chief Marketing Officer for NASCAR goes undercover with one of the sport's pit crews and also struggles to keep pace working alongside a grounds crew preparing for the Coke Zero 400.
15 6 "Chiquita Brands International" Fernando Aguirre October 31, 2010 (2010-10-31)
The CEO of Chiquita Brands International goes undercover and works as a farm worker who picks the fruit for sale.
16 7 "Chicago Cubs" Todd Ricketts November 7, 2010 (2010-11-07)
While working undercover for his team, Chicago Cubs co-owner Todd Ricketts did jobs including cleaning bathrooms, parking cars (managing to keep his identity secret even after a fan recognized him), operating the manual scoreboard, and selling hot dogs at Wrigley Field.
17 8 "Lucky Strike Lanes" Steven Foster November 14, 2010 (2010-11-14)
Steven Foster goes undercover in his company as the Lucky Strike Lanes mascot.
18 9 "Subway" Don Fertman November 21, 2010 (2010-11-21)
Don Fertman, the Chief Development Officer of Subway, goes undercover in his company as a sandwich artist.
19 10 "ABM Industries" Henrik Slipsager December 5, 2010 (2010-12-05)
The President and CEO of ABM Industries (Henrik Slipsager), which provides janitorial, engineering, parking and security services; takes a journey within his own corporation.
20 11 "Johnny Rockets" John Fuller December 12, 2010 (2010-12-12)
John Fuller, President and CEO of Johnny Rockets, one of the nation's largest chains of retro-themed restaurants, goes undercover to work in a restaurant for the first time in his career. During his undercover stint, he fails his first taste test when tasked with preparing one of the company's signature hamburgers, and also panics when he thinks his cover has been blown.
21 12 "Norwegian Cruise Line" Kevin Sheehan January 2, 2011 (2011-01-02)
Kevin Sheehan, CEO of Norwegian Cruise Line, one of the largest cruise lines, goes undercover and works on the ships Norwegian Epic and Pride of America. He thinks it will be a piece of cake until he actually tries and he realizes he has some changes to make. He is nearly outed by one of his employees.
22 13 "UniFirst" Ronald Croatti January 9, 2011 (2011-01-09)
The CEO of UniFirst, one of North America's largest workwear and textile services companies, goes undercover to clean and repair uniforms.
23 14 "Belfor" Sheldon Yellen January 16, 2011 (2011-01-16)
The CEO of Belfor, the largest home restoration company in the world, goes undercover to clean and repair homes. Along the way he becomes emotional and purposely blows his cover to an employee.
24 15 "Mack Trucks" Denny Slagle February 20, 2011 (2011-02-20)
The CEO of Mack Trucks, part of Volvo Group — the second largest manufacturer of trucks in the world, goes undercover and works at the assembly plants.
25 16 "City of Cincinnati" Mark L. Mallory March 6, 2011 (2011-03-06)
The mayor of Cincinnati goes undercover working as a mechanic and a sanitation worker.
26 17 "United Van Lines" Rich McClure March 13, 2011 (2011-03-13)
The CEO of United Van Lines, Rich McClure goes undercover in his company.
27 18 "MGM Grand" Scott Sibella March 20, 2011 (2011-03-20)
Scott Sibella, the President and COO of the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, goes undercover in his company.
28 19 "Synagro" Bill Massa March 27, 2011 (2011-03-27)
Bill Massa, the President and CEO of Synagro, goes undercover in his company.
29 20 "Baja Fresh" David Kim April 10, 2011 (2011-04-10)
David Kim, the CEO of Baja Fresh, goes undercover in his company.
30 21 "BrightStar Care" Shelly Sun April 17, 2011 (2011-04-17)
Shelly Sun, the co-founder and CEO of BrightStar Care, goes undercover in her company.
31 22 "University of California, Riverside" Chancellor Timothy White May 1, 2011 (2011-05-01)
Timothy White, the Chancellor of University of California, Riverside (UCR), goes undercover in his University.

Season 3 (2012)[edit]

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32 1 "Diamond Resorts International" Stephen J. Cloobeck January 15, 2012 (2012-01-15)
Stephen J. Cloobeck, Chairman and CEO of Diamond Resorts International, goes undercover at his resorts.
33 2 "The Dwyer Group" Dina Dwyer-Owens January 22, 2012 (2012-01-22)
Dina Dwyer-Owens, Chairwoman and CEO of The Dwyer Group, goes undercover in her company. The Dwyer Group provides plumbing services, electrical work, auto glass repairs, and landscaping services.
34 3 "Kendall-Jackson" Rick Tigner January 29, 2012 (2012-01-29)
Rick Tigner, President of Kendall-Jackson Wine Estates, goes undercover in his luxury wine company.
35 4 "Checkers" Rick Silva February 17, 2012 (2012-02-17)
Checkers and Rally's CEO Rick Silva works undercover at his burger chain; in his first assignment, Silva was so disgusted by the abusive manner in which the general manager treated his employees that he revealed his true identity and shut down the restaurant until further notice.
36 5 "American Seafoods" Bernt Bodal February 24, 2012 (2012-02-24)
American Seafoods CEO Bernt Bodal works undercover at his company.
37 6 "Popeyes" Lynne Zappone March 2, 2012 (2012-03-02)
Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen Chief Talent Officer Lynne Zappone works undercover at her restaurants.
38 7 "Oriental Trading Company" Sam Taylor March 9, 2012 (2012-03-09)
Oriental Trading Company CEO Sam Taylor works undercover at his company.
39 8 "Yankee Candle" Harlan Kent March 30, 2012 (2012-03-30)
Yankee Candle Company CEO Harlen Kent works undercover at his company's retail stores and packaging center.
40 9 "TaylorMade Golf Company" Mark King April 6, 2012 (2012-04-06)
CEO Mark King goes inside every department of his company TaylorMade Golf.
41 10 "Budget Blinds" Chad Hallock April 13, 2012 (2012-04-13)
CEO and co-founder of Budget Blinds Chad Hallock goes undercover as an ex-artist named Tom. He works as a blinds builder and a blinds hanger, but has a hard time at both.
42 11 "Philly Pretzel Factory" Dan DiZio April 27, 2012 (2012-04-27)
CEO of the Philly Pretzel Factory Dan DiZio goes undercover in his company. He makes and delivers pretzels. However, at one franchise, he may have a hard time staying undercover.
43 12 "Fastsigns" Catherine Monson May 4, 2012 (2012-05-04)
CEO and President Catherine Monson goes undercover at FASTSIGNS International.
44 13 "MasTec" José Mas May 11, 2012 (2012-05-11)
MasTec CEO Jose Mas goes undercover and receives an explosive surprise.

Season 4 (2012–13)[edit]

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Title Boss Original air date
45 1 "Modell's Sporting Goods" Mitchell Modell November 2, 2012 (2012-11-02)
Modell's Sporting Goods' CEO Mitchell Modell goes undercover in his own company.
46 2 "Tilted Kilt" Ron Lynch November 9, 2012 (2012-11-09)
Tilted Kilt's President Ron Lynch goes undercover in his Celtic themed sports bar and restaurant chain.
47 3 "Cinnabon" Kat Cole November 16, 2012 (2012-11-16)
Kat Cole, President of Cinnabon, the most recognized cinnamon roll brand with over 770 franchised outlets, goes undercover in her company.
48 4 "Diamond Resorts International" Stephen J. Cloobeck November 30, 2012 (2012-11-30)
Steven J. Cloobeck goes back undercover, this time focusing on properties that Diamond Resorts International acquired from the bankrupted Pacific Monarch Resorts.
49 5 "PostNet" Steven J. Greenbaum December 6, 2012 (2012-12-06)
PostNet co-founder Steven J. Greenbaum goes undercover to examine the integrity of his company.
50 6 "Mood Media" Lorne Abony January 4, 2013 (2013-01-04)
Mood Media CEO Lorne Abony works undercover at his company.
51 7 "Kampgrounds of America" Jim Rogers January 11, 2013 (2013-01-11)
Kampgrounds of America CEO Jim Rogers works undercover at his company.
52 8 "Moe's Southwest Grill" Paul Damico January 18, 2013 (2013-01-18)
Moe's Southwest Grill president Paul Damico works undercover at his company.
53 9 "Boston Market" Sara Bittorf February 1, 2013 (2013-02-01)
Boston Market Chief Brand Officer Sara Bittorf works undercover at her company - and is driven to blow her cover and fire a customer-hating employee.
54 10 "O'Neill" Toby Bost February 22, 2013 (2013-02-22)
O'Neill CEO Toby Bost goes undercover to follow his company's clothing from production to sale.
55 11 "Squaw Valley" Andy Wirth March 8, 2013 (2013-03-08)
President and CEO Andy Wirth goes undercover at his Squaw Valley and Alpine Meadows ski resorts.
56 12 "Fatburger" Andy Wiederhorn April 5, 2013 (2013-04-05)
Fatburger CEO Andy Wiederhorn works undercover at his restaurants.
57 13 "ADT" Tony Wells April 12, 2013 (2013-04-12)
ADT security services Chief Marketing and Customer Officer Tony Wells works undercover at his company.
58 14 "Retro Fitness" Eric Casaburi April 26, 2013 (2013-04-26)
Retro Fitness CEO Eric Casaburi works undercover at his franchised full service fitness centers.
59 15 "Orkin" John Wilson May 3, 2013 (2013-05-03)
John Wilson, President and Chief Operating Officer of Rollins Inc., the parent company for Orkin, works undercover at his company.
60 16 "Epic Employees" N/A May 10, 2013 (2013-05-10)
Employees who were featured in previous episodes discuss how the series has impacted their lives.
61 17 "Epic Bosses" N/A May 17, 2013 (2013-05-17)
Bosses from past episodes discuss how the series impacted their lives.

Season 5 (2013-14)[edit]

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62 1 "Twin Peaks" Randy Dewitt September 27, 2013 (2013-09-27)
Randy DeWitt, co-founder and CEO of sports bar and grill chain Twin Peaks, goes undercover posing as a contestant on a reality TV competition who wants to win money to start his own business.
63 2 "Loehmann's" Steven Newman October 4, 2013 (2013-10-04)
Steven Newman, CEO of Loehmann's department stores, goes undercover posing as an aspiring entrepreneur in a reality TV contest who is trying to win money to start up his own firm.
64 3 "Donatos Pizza" Jane Grote Abell October 11, 2013 (2013-10-11)
Jane Grote Abell, Chairwoman of Donatos Pizza and daughter of the company's founder, goes undercover posing as a contestant on a reality TV show who is trying to win money to open her own restaurant.
65 4 "Buffets, Inc." Anthony Wedo October 18, 2013 (2013-10-18)
Anthony Wedo, President and CEO of buffet restaurant organisation Buffets, Inc., goes undercover posing as a construction worker taking part in a reality TV competition to win money to start up his own firm.
66 5 "Menchie's" Amit Kleinberger October 25, 2013 (2013-10-25)
Amit Kleinberger, CEO and co-owner of frozen yogurt chain Menchie's, goes undercover in his own firm posing as a participant in a reality TV contest who is trying to win money to fund and develop a new business.
67 6 "Alfred Angelo" Paul Quentel November 1, 2013 (2013-11-01)
Paul Quentel, President of Alfred Angelo, the second largest bridal retailer in the U.S., goes undercover in his own company posing as a personal trainer who is competing in a reality TV show to win money to start his own business.
68 7 "Family Dollar" Mike Bloom November 8, 2013 (2013-11-08)
Mike Bloom, President and COO of discount retail chain Family Dollar, goes undercover posing as a contestant on a reality TV competition who is trying to win money to open his own bar.
69 8 "Dutch Bros. Coffee" Travis Boersma November 15, 2013 (2013-11-15)
Travis Boersma, co-founder and President of Dutch Bros. Coffee, the largest privately owned drive-through coffee shop chain in the U.S., goes undercover posing as a reality TV show contestant who is trying to win money to open a restaurant.
70 9 "Busted!" Eric Casaburi November 22, 2013 (2013-11-22)
Ex-undercover boss Eric Casaburi brings together six former participants in the series who were either 'busted', 'nearly busted' or 'self-busted' while working in disguise among their own employees.
71 10 "Massage Heights" Shane Evans December 13, 2013 (2013-12-13)
Shane Evans is COO and co-founder of Massage Heights, one of the biggest massage therapy chains in North America. She goes undercover posing as a participant in a reality TV contest who is trying to win money to fund her own business.
72 11 "Mohegan Sun" Bruce "Two Dogs" Bozsum January 17, 2014 (2014-01-17)
Bruce 'Two Dogs' Bozsum is Chairman of the Board of Mohegan Sun, a Native American gaming and entertainment empire owned and operated by the Mohegan tribe of Connecticut.
73 12 "Hudson News Group" Joe DiDomizio January 31, 2014 (2014-01-31)
Joe DiDomizio is President and CEO of Hudson Group, a travel retailer that operates newsstands, bookshops, cafés and speciality stores in 70 airports and other transportation terminals throughout North America.
74 13 "Utah Jazz" Greg Miller February 28, 2014 (2014-02-28)
Greg Miller, CEO of the Larry H Miller Group of Companies and co-owner of National Basketball Association team the Utah Jazz, goes undercover posing as a competitor in a reality television contest who is aiming to win a dream job.
75 14 "Undercover Employee" Amit Kleinberger, Randy Dewitt, and Steven J. Greenbaum March 7, 2014 (2014-03-07)
Three former undercover bosses - Amit Kleinberger, CEO and co-owner of frozen yogurt chain Menchie's, Randy DeWitt, co-founder and CEO of sports bar and grill chain Twin Peaks, and Steve Greenbaum, co-founder and CEO of PostNet, which provides business services to small companies - want to take another look inside their organisations.
76 15 "Sky Zone" Jeff Platt March 14, 2014 (2014-03-14)
Jeff Platt, President and CEO of entertainment and fitness business Sky Zone, a chain of indoor trampoline parks, goes undercover in his own company posing as a contestant on a reality TV competition who is trying to win an action-adventure holiday.

Season 6 (2014-15)[edit]

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Title Boss Original air date U.S. viewers
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77 1 "True Value" John Hartmann December 14, 2014 (2014-12-14) 8.92[13]
John Hartman, the President and CEO of True Value, a hardware company goes undercover to learn more about how his company and his employees operate.
78 2 "Mayor of Pittsburgh" Bill Peduto December 21, 2014 (2014-12-21) 8.19[14]
The Mayor of Pittsburgh Bill Peduto, goes undercover as a municipal worker and finds himself working in different departments undertaking various tasks and responsibilities.
79 3 "Bikinis Sports Bar & Grill" Doug Guller December 28, 2014 (2014-12-28) 9.18[16]
This has been one of the most controversial and poorly received episodes after an employee was fired for not wearing a bikini. CBS came under heavy criticism for allowing the episode to air. After its initial airing, the Bikinis in Arlington and Richardson, TX have been shuttered and rebranded by its parent company ATX Brands as Gino's East Pizzeria where 3 Texas locations remain.[15]
80 4 "Maaco" Jose Costa January 2, 2015 (2015-01-02) 8.61[17]
Jose finds an employee who is cutting corners, one war veteran who needs to work out in the cold because of poor facilities and one who goes the extra mile.
81 5 "Phenix Salon Inc" Gina Rivera January 9, 2015 (2015-01-09) 8.59[18]
82 6 "EmpireCLS" David Seelinger January 16, 2015 (2015-01-16) 8.35[19]
83 7 "Rocket Fizz" Robert Powells January 23, 2015 (2015-01-23) 8.42[20]
84 8 "Forman Mills" Rick Forman January 25, 2015 (2015-01-25) 8.80[21]
85 9 "Stella & Dot" Jessica Herrin January 30, 2015 (2015-01-30) 8.13[22]
86 10 "Armando Montelongo" Armando Montelongo February 6, 2015 (2015-02-06) 7.84[23]
87 11 "Gigi's Cupcakes" Gigi Butler February 13, 2015 (2015-02-13) 8.53[24]
Gigi Butler goes undercover at several of her locations and is not prepared for some of what she sees.
88 12 "Peavey Electronics" Courtland Gray February 15, 2015 (2015-02-15) 6.46[25]
NOTE: At the end of this episode it was revealed that, four months after production, Plant 3 (Peavey's main manufacturing facility, where Gray was undercover) would be significantly downsized. One featured employee (Thresa) was laid off, while another (Mike, who actually recognized Gray) was upset since he had another offer but was convinced to remain with Peavey, and now was unable to accept the previous offer.
89 13 "Vivint" Todd Pedersen February 20, 2015 (2015-02-20) 7.93[26]

Ratings[edit]

United States[edit]

No. Episode Rating Share Rating/ share
18–49
Viewers
Millions
Rank Notes
Timeslot Week 18–49 Week Households
Season 1
1 Waste Management, Inc / Larry O'Donnell 19.1 32 16.2/38 38.65 No. 1 No. 3 No. 3 [27]
2 Hooters, Inc / Coby G. Brooks 8.6 13 5.2/13 15.45 No. 2 No. 8 No. 11 [28]
3 7-Eleven / Joseph DePinto 8.0 12 4.8/11 13.76 No. 2 No. 10 No. 10 [29]
4 White Castle / Dave Rife 8.7 13 5.1/12 15.15 No. 2 No. 10 No. 12 [30]
5 Churchill Downs / William C. Carstanjen 7.8 12 3.9/10 13.51 No. 1 No. 10 No. 11 [31]
6 GSI Commerce / Michael G. Rubin 8.6 14 4.4/11 14.47 No. 1 No. 3 No. 5 [32]
7 Herschend Family Entertainment / Joel Manby 9.6 15 5.1/13 16.72 No. 1 No. 5 No. 4 [33]
8 Roto-Rooter / Rick L. Arquilla 7.5 12 4.0/11 13.18 No. 1 No. 7 No. 10 [34]
9 1-800-Flowers / Chris McCann 8.6 14 4.2/11 14.68 No. 1 No. 5 No. 9 [35]
Season 2
1 Choice Hotels / Steve Joyce 7.0 12 3.8/10 11.544 No. 2 No. 21 No. 25 [36]
2 Great Wolf Lodge / Kimberly K. Schaefer 7.7 12 4.0/10 13.407 No. 2 No. 13 No. 11 [37]
3 DirecTV / Mike White 7.5 13 3.7/10 12.436 No. 2 No. 15 No. 14 [38]
4 Frontier Airlines / Bryan Bedford 7.3 11 3.6/9 12.409 No. 3 No. 16 No. 14 [39]
5 NASCAR / Steve Phelps 7.0 11 3.5/8 12.004 No. 3 No. 16 No. 17 [40]
6 Chiquita Brands International / Fernando Aguirre 6.3 10 3.0/7 10.736 No. 4 No. 27 No. 27 [41]
7 Chicago Cubs / Todd Ricketts 6.8 12 2.9/8 11.013 No. 3 No. 29 No. 17 [42]
8 Lucky Strike Lanes / Steven Foster 6.2 9 2.7/6 10.420 No. 3 No. 31 No. 23 [43]
9 Subway / Don Fertman 7.6 12 3.4/8 12.735 No. 2 No. 19 No. 13 [44]
10 ABM Industries / Henrik Slipsager 6.2 9 2.7/6 10.496 No. 3 No. 20 No. 16 [45]
11 Johnny Rockets / John Fuller 6.6 10 3.1/7 11.085 No. 2 No. 22 No. 16 [46]
12 Norwegian Cruise Line / Kevin Sheehan 6.9 11 3.0/7 11.867 No. 2 No. 9 No. 8 [47]
13 UniFirst / Ronald Croatti 6.8 10 3.0/7 11.479 No. 2 No. 22 No. 14 [48]
14 Belfor / Sheldon Yellen 8.3 13 3.4/8 13.790 No. 2 No. 13 No. 8 [49]
15 Mack Trucks / Denny Slagle 6.1 10 2.6/7 10.679 No. 1 No. 27 No. 17 [50]
16 City of Cincinnati / Mark Mallory 6.3 10 2.7/7 11.088 No. 2 No. 25 No. 15 [51]
17 United Van Lines / Rich McClure 6.7 11 3.0/8 11.783 No. 1 No. 10 No. 10 [52]
18 MGM Grand / Scott Sibella 6.9 11 2.8/7 11.698 No. 1 No. 12 No. 9 [53]
19 Synagro / Bill Massa 6.8 11 3.2/9 11.871 No. 1 No. 13 No. 8 [54]
20 Baja Fresh / David Kim 6.5 10 3.1/8 11.242 No. 1 No. 14 No. 15 [55]
21 Brightstar / Shelly Sun 5.2 8 2.0/5 8.951 No. 2 N/A No. 20 [56]
22 University of California Riverside / Timothy P White 4.8 7 2.0/5 8.370 No. 3 No. 31 No. 28 [57]
Season 3
1 Diamond Resorts / Stephen Cloobeck 7.0 10 3.0/7 11.590 No. 2 No. 17 No. 12 [58]
2 Dwyer Group / Dina Dwyer 5.9 8 2.3/5 9.250 No. 2 N/A No. 25 [59]
3 Kendall Jackson / Rick Tigner 7.9 12 3.0/7 13.151 No. 1 No. 15 No. 6 [60]
4 Checkers & Rallys / Rick Silva 6.7 12 2.4/8 10.780 No. 1 N/A No. 18 [61]
5 American Seafood / Bernt Bodal 5.4 9 1.9/6 8.680 No. 1 N/A N/A [62]
6 Popeyes / Lynne Zappone 5.9 10 2.0/7 9.531 No. 1 N/A No. 26 [63]
7 Oriental Trading Company / Sam Taylor 5.9 10 2.0/7 9.395 No. 1 N/A No. 17 [64]
8 Yankee Candle Company / Harlan Kent 5.2 10 1.8/7 8.140 No. 1 N/A No. 26 [65]
9 Taylor Made Golf / Mark King 4.9 9 1.8/7 7.820 No. 1 N/A N/A [66]
10 Budget Blinds / Chad Hallock 4.5 8 1.7/6 7.010 No. 1 N/A N/A [67]
11 Philly Pretzel Factory / Dan DiZio 4.6 8 1.6/7 7.227 No. 1 N/A No. 30 [68]
12 Fast Signs / Catherine Monson 4.1 8 1.5/6 6.343 No. 2 N/A N/A [69]
13 MasTec / José Mas 4.0 7 1.1/4 5.830 No. 2 N/A N/A [70]
Season 4
1 Modell's Sporting Goods / Mitchell Modell 5.2 9 1.5/5 7.958 No. 2 N/A N/A [71]
2 Tilted Kilts / Ron Lynch 5.8 10 1.9/6 9.015 No. 1 N/A No. 24 [72]
3 Cinnabon / Kat Cole 5.8 10 1.8/6 9.008 No. 1 N/A No. 25 [73]
4 Diamond Resorts / Stephen Cloobeck 5.6 9 1.8/6 8.729 No. 1 N/A N/A [74]
5 PostNet / Steven J. Greenbaum 5.3 9 1.6/6 7.987 No. 1 N/A N/A [75]
6 Mood Media / Lorne Abony 4.8 8 1.5/5 7.552 No. 2 N/A No. 21 [76]
7 Kampgrounds of America / Jim Rogers 5.6 9 1.8/6 9.091 No. 1 N/A No. 19 [77]
8 Moe's Southwest Grill / Paul Damico 6.0 10 1.9/6 9.447 No. 1 N/A No. 20 [78]
9 Boston Market / Sara Bittorf 6.3 11 1.9/6 9.938 No. 1 N/A No. 16 [79]
10 O'Neil Clothing / Toby Boost 4.6 8 1.5/5 7.345 No. 1 N/A N/A [80]
11 Squaw Valley / Andy Wirth 4.8 8 1.4/5 7.329 No. 2 N/A N/A [81]
12 Fatburger / Andy Wiederhorn 5.5 10 1.7/6 8.518 No. 1 N/A No. 25 [82]
13 ADT / Tony Wells 4.8 9 1.5/6 7.46 No. 1 N/A N/A [83]
14 Retro Fitness / Eric Casaburi 5.8 11 1.7/7 9.16 No. 1 N/A No. 19 [84]
15 Orkin / John Wilson 4.7 9 1.2/5 7.19 No. 1 N/A N/A [85]
16 Epic Employees 4.5 8 1.6/6 6.93 No. 1 N/A N/A [86]
17 Epic Bosses 3.7 7 1.0/4 5.6 No. 2 N/A N/A [87]
Season 5
1 Twin Peaks / Randy Dewitt 5.2 9 1.6/6 8.22 No. 1 N/A N/A [88]
2 Loehmann's / Steven Newman 4.8 9 1.4/5 7.62 No. 1 N/A N/A [89]
3 Donatos / Jane Grote Abell 5.1 9 1.3/5 7.86 No. 2 N/A N/A [90]
4 Buffets, Inc. / Anthony Wedo 5.8 10 1.8/7 9.18 No. 1 N/A No. 22 [91]
5 Menchie's / Amit Kleinberger 5.3 10 1.6/6 8.56 No. 1 N/A N/A [92]
6 Alfred Angelo / Paul Quentel 5.7 10 1.4/5 9.05 No. 1 N/A No. 24 [93]
7 Family Dollar / Mike Bloom 5.8 10 1.8/6 9.22 No. 1 N/A No. 22 [94]
8 Dutch Bros. Coffee / Travis Boersma 5.1 9 1.7/6 8.60 No 1 N/A N/A [95]
9 Busted! 4.3 7 1.4/5 6.77 No. 2 N/A N/A [96]
10 Massage Heights / Shane Evans 4.5 8 1.4/5 7.34 No. 1 N/A N/A [97]
11 Mohegan Sun / Bruce "Two Dogs" Bozsum 5.5 10 1.6/6 8.98 No. 1 N/A N/A [98]
12 Hudson Group / Joe DiDomizio 5.7 10 1.7/6 9.21 No.1 N/A No. 20 [99]
13 Utah Jazz / Greg Miller 4.6 8 1.3/5 7.55 No.1 N/A N/A [100]
14 Undercover Employee / Amit Kleinberger, Randy Dewitt, and Steven J. Greenbaum N/A N/A 1.4/5 7.39 N/A N/A N/A [101]
15 Sky Zone / Jeff Platt TBA TBA 1.2/5 6.56 TBA TBA TBA [102]

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