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A lot of managers act in ways that would never fly at IBM.

Lemonis often picks a select employee to receive equity (with no discussion at all as to whether equity for a low-paid employee who hasn't contributed any capital is a good move for all parties and makes sense from a tax standpoint) but rarely or never suggests raises across the board.

An Amazing Grapes employee who was criticized in the first episode, Brian, vigorously and politely defended his actions in that episode and refreshingly appears to be on solid ground in the update. The amount of time it takes to run a second location or add new product lines is too much for many people.

Rosy predictions are often made, and rarely if ever realized, about 1) an as-yet-unfinished and untitled product going to national grocery chains, 2) expensive hand-made goods landing highly iffy-sounding shelf commitments at regional retailers who require promises and possibly introductions to Lemonis' corporate network, and 3) Lemonis' teams getting ahead of the fashion scene and creating the next big apparel hit every quarter. These businesses frequently consist of bickering, distracted owners and low-wage workers whose paychecks seem at high risk of succumbing to management incompetence.

By far the most interesting visit was Amazing Grapes. He knows the warts are the drama, so the problems get necessary airtime.

At Amazing Grapes, the scapegoat is the "beer guy," Matt, blamed for not only weak beer sales but nonexistent Web wine sales.

Matt seems slightly annoyed that the commentary lingers as long as it does and exits peacefully.

Presumably/hopefully, if he sought to make a case for his job, he was given the opportunity.