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Nathan devises a plan to allow for parents to get busy in hotel rooms and helps a travel agent provide stellar service for her older customers.
Nathan transforms a bar into a unique theater experience.
An endorsement deal is sought for a sporting-goods store; an antique shop amends a policy regarding accidents.
Nathan dreams up a scheme to get a moving company employees that work for free.
Nathan creates a way to get everyone interested in horseback riding, creates a fashion line with a message and designs a place for guys to wait while their girlfriends are shopping.
To combat Best Buy's savings, Nathan concocts an impossible advertising deal on TVs1.
A movie theater's no-sharing policy at the concession stand is enforced; a toy company learns how to market to children.
Nathan helps a Taxi service obtain some press and allows line-cutters priority access to a hot dog stand.
A dating Web site gets help attracting female users; a party planner adopts a new strategy for sending invitations. Also: Nathan shares his thoughts on self-motivation.
Nathan attempts to help a local coffee shop by using parody law to make it appear nearly identical to Starbucks.
Nathan helps a liquor store sell to minors, sneaks an exterminator into a fancy hotel, and purchases birds to drum up business for a car wash.
Nathan finds a unique place for a Pet Store ad, redesigns his image at the whim of a focus group and comes up with an idea to clean a house in just six minutes.moreless
Nathan may have to face legal charges after attempting to bring business to a Hollywood souvenir shop with a fake film shoot.
In the Season 2 premiere, Nathan counsels a mechanic to verify his estimates with a lie-detector test. Also: A real-estate agent needs help with branding.
Nathan puts a private investigator to the test by allowing himself to be spied on for a day, a taxi company is brought a solution for shy customers, and Nathan is forced to include product placement in his show.moreless
In this special episode, Nathan performs a daring escape in which he risks a fate that is truly worse than death, and failed business ideas from the season are showcased.
Nathan helps a struggling funeral home, a burger joint is forced to stand by its claim that it has the best burger in Los Angeles, and Nathan goes skydiving.
Nathan tries to help a struggling haunted house. He also attempts to overcome his fear of the opposite sex by dating ten women at once.
Nathan helps an independent gas station by devising the world's greatest rebate. He also attempts to make a fledgling caricature artist famous.
Nathan encourages a clothing store to allow shoplifting and trains a new assistant. A restaurant owner is surprised when Nathan asks to be included in her will.
Nathan discovers the professional Santa he's helping has a dark secret and his attempt to market a petting zoo has unexpected results. Also, a teen is caught doing graffiti.
Nathan helps out a yogurt shop and a pizzeria with business ideas and doles out job interview tips.