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Evening (pm)

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  1. 7:00 PM
    American Pickers: The Einstein Gamble

    In upstate New York, a fellow picker and former firefighter gives the guys unprecedented access to h… TVPG | CC

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    American Pickers: The Einstein Gamble

    In upstate New York, a fellow picker and former firefighter gives the guys unprecedented access to his jam-packed barns and sheds. Later, John Atwater Bradley has lived a celebrity-studded life and has amassed a glittering collection of oddities and memorabilia to prove it. Back in Iowa, the guys get their first glimpse of the new store addition.

  2. 8:00 PM
    American Pickers: Backroad Barnstorming

    Time has stood still on a sprawling Connecticut dairy farm, and after a slow start the picking is fa… TVPG | CC

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    American Pickers: Backroad Barnstorming

    Time has stood still on a sprawling Connecticut dairy farm, and after a slow start the picking is fast and furious. Down the road in Vermont, the guys pick one of the biggest barns they've ever seen and uncover ultra-rare skis for a Model T Ford.

  3. 10:00 PM
    Premiere
    Mine Your Own Business

    Inspired by an ad in Uncle Henry's, Tony and Codfish decide to spend their week mining for gemstones… TVPG L | CC

    Mine Your Own Business

    Inspired by an ad in Uncle Henry's, Tony and Codfish decide to spend their week mining for gemstones, but hitting real pay-dirt is easier said than done. Meanwhile, Owen "Turtle" Mercon and his crew launch a crazy money-making scheme to create their own biker "ride-in" movie theater. All they need is a projector, a screen, and everything else. Meanwhile, Clint takes on a roofing job that promises a huge payout--if he can finish in three days. Whoever said the good life came easy?

  4. 11:02 PM
    Vikings: Boneless

    Princess Aslaug's latest prophecy comes to fruition as she readies to give birth once more. Ragnar, … TV14 V-S-D | CC

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    Vikings: Boneless

    Princess Aslaug's latest prophecy comes to fruition as she readies to give birth once more. Ragnar, Horik and their new ally Lagertha set sail for Wessex--Ragnar and Horik have very different ideas about the true purpose of this trip.

Afternoon (pm)

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  1. 12:00 PM
    American Pickers: Frank's Gamble

    Mike and Frank stumble across an amazing family junkyard in Maryland. Frank offers big money for a 1… TVPG | CC

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    American Pickers: Frank's Gamble

    Mike and Frank stumble across an amazing family junkyard in Maryland. Frank offers big money for a 1939 Plymouth coupe but the collector doesn't seem to want to part with it. The guys luck seems to be taking a positive turn when they get a warm welcome and a shot of tequila at Warren's New Hampshire home before finding the mother lode of rare bikes and motorbikes.

  2. 1:00 PM
    American Pickers: Civil War Pickings

    The guys are on an assignment that's 150 years in the making. The Gettysburg Museum asks Mike and Fr… TVPG | CC

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    American Pickers: Civil War Pickings

    The guys are on an assignment that's 150 years in the making. The Gettysburg Museum asks Mike and Frank to help expand its collection by hunting down some hard to find Civil War items. It's a daunting task made even harder with a limited budget. Danielle gets things rolling when she sends them to a previous customer who's a Civil War buff. Frank scores a Spencer Carbine. They next visit a collector, Keith, who doesn't want to sell, but they convince him to loan a rare Dog River Confederate sword to the museum. They also buy a Springfield musket and canteen. But their picking skills are put to the test when they spot a Union frock coat. It's at the top of the museum's wish list, but can they negotiate a sale and keep within the museum's tight budget? In addition, the guys experience a Civil War adventure when they sign up with a local re-enactment group. As Captains on opposite sides they go into battle, leading their respective troops.

  3. 2:00 PM
    American Pickers: You Betcha

    With a massive property and a motivated seller, the guys pick Kentucky's Pioneer Playhouse where a m… TVPG | CC

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    American Pickers: You Betcha

    With a massive property and a motivated seller, the guys pick Kentucky's Pioneer Playhouse where a mysterious wooden box captures Mike's attention. Frank is sure it's a magic box but Mike disagrees, leading to a serious wager. With rusty gold as far as the eye can see, Pete reveals his most valuable items are buried underground. And a random stop at a South Carolina service station pays off with a rare oil sign and a 1950s zombie relic. Later, an appraiser identifies the mystery box.

  4. 3:00 PM
    American Pickers: Guitars, Guns, and Gears

    Mike comes across a 150 year old Martin guitar which just might be the big ticket item he s been sea… TVPG | CC

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    American Pickers: Guitars, Guns, and Gears

    Mike comes across a 150 year old Martin guitar which just might be the big ticket item he s been searching for. A rifle toting homeowner s property is off limits until the guys do some fast talking. Danielle gets a vintage Indian motor appraised and keeps her fingers crossed for a major profit.

  5. 4:00 PM
    American Pickers: Bigfoot in Alabama

    While picking their way through the South, the guys meet up with John, a Mississippi motorcycle coll… TVPG | CC

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    American Pickers: Bigfoot in Alabama

    While picking their way through the South, the guys meet up with John, a Mississippi motorcycle collector who has plenty of cool stuff, but his prices are through the roof. Then Mike spots a rare 1969 Kawasaki muscle bike, but can he wrestle it out of the mud? While in Alabama, Mike and Frank visit a prolific car hobbyist whose yard looks like a vintage parking lot. After driving down Poorhouse Road, they scour the bizarre collection at the Alabama Museum of Wonder where everything--including a gigantic head from a Piggly Wiggly mascot--is for sale. And finally, the guys catch a lucky break at a Birmingham vintage scooter shop. (30 minute episode.)

  6. 4:30 PM
    American Pickers: Know When to Fold

    The guys are in the South and running low on cash. They're desperate for a good pick when they happe… TVPG | CC

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    American Pickers: Know When to Fold

    The guys are in the South and running low on cash. They're desperate for a good pick when they happen upon a massive old junkyard and closed-down family flea market. The location is promising but its nostalgic owner is reluctant to part with his treasures. Then, Mike and Frank tour an amazing collection of rare, retro automobiles. Mike is thrilled about discovering a famous cartoonist's sketchbook that could be the jackpot they've been waiting for. But before they start laying out the cash, they have to make sure it's the real deal. And, after taking a big gamble on buying a huge pottery collection in Atlanta, the guys find out what their new thousand-dollar pottery collection is really worth.

  7. 5:00 PM
    American Pickers: Too Hot to Handle

    In upstate New York, the guys stop in at a sprawling treasure-laden farm with fourteen jam-packed tr… TVPG | CC

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    American Pickers: Too Hot to Handle

    In upstate New York, the guys stop in at a sprawling treasure-laden farm with fourteen jam-packed trailers, the result of a lifetime of collecting by the late owner. His daughter needs to sell some of his things to help save the farm. Later, an eccentric mother-daughter duo sells their extraordinary 1856 home, an Underground Railroad site, and everything in it. Finally, the guys visit an old cheese factory that's been boarded up for years, and the local fire department must break down the doors to get to the hot items.

  8. 6:00 PM
    American Pickers: Dial F for Fritz

    Out in Washington State, Mike and his brother Robbie stop off for a quick freestyle and come across … TVPG | CC

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    American Pickers: Dial F for Fritz

    Out in Washington State, Mike and his brother Robbie stop off for a quick freestyle and come across a 1915 Harley. Later, the guys pick a collection that's three generations in the making and find an antique bear trap that could be worth up to $6000. Danielle and Frank team up to pull a long distance prank on Mike.

Morning (am)

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  1. 12:01 AM
    Counting Cars: Buggin' Out

    Scott bugs out when he learns Danny's invested in a vintage dune buggy. Will Danny prove Scott wrong… TVPG L | CC

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    Counting Cars: Buggin' Out

    Scott bugs out when he learns Danny's invested in a vintage dune buggy. Will Danny prove Scott wrong and flip this sand shredder for some serious dough? Later, a 1931 Ford Model A Cabriolet presents problems as the crew tries to salvage its rare DuVall windshield.

  2. 12:31 AM
    Counting Cars: Haunted Hog

    Danny has no interest in a rubber-to-roof restoration on a `73 Chevy Blazer until he hears that it's… TVPG L | CC

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    Counting Cars: Haunted Hog

    Danny has no interest in a rubber-to-roof restoration on a `73 Chevy Blazer until he hears that it's a tribute to the owner's nephew. Later, a New Orleans-based haunted hotel owner wants a bike so creepy it will scare the ghosts off of Bourbon Street.

  3. 1:01 AM
    Counting Cars: Ghost Rider

    An eccentric couple wants to turn a 20 year-old ambulance into a ghost-hunting vehicle, which awaken… TVPG L | CC

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    Counting Cars: Ghost Rider

    An eccentric couple wants to turn a 20 year-old ambulance into a ghost-hunting vehicle, which awakens a rogue spirit in the shop. Later, Danny is speechless over a tattoo'd customer's request.

  4. 1:31 AM
    Counting Cars: Mercury Rising

    Danny lets painter Ryan take the lead on a 1959 Chevy Panel Truck project he hopes to flip, and late… TVPG L | CC

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    Counting Cars: Mercury Rising

    Danny lets painter Ryan take the lead on a 1959 Chevy Panel Truck project he hopes to flip, and later motivates his crew to clean up the shop with an inter-departmental build competition.

  5. 2:01 AM
    American Restoration: Beer Bell-y

    When a beat-up 1940s Boxing Bell arrives in Rick's shop, the crew prepares for a rusty rope-a-dope. … TVPG L | CC

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    American Restoration: Beer Bell-y

    When a beat-up 1940s Boxing Bell arrives in Rick's shop, the crew prepares for a rusty rope-a-dope. Can the guys go the distance and fight their way to a knockout restoration? Then, a client brings in a vintage slot machine to be converted into a beer-pouring "Sloterator." Can Rick turn this classic gambling machine into a happy-hour-ready drink dispenser?

  6. 2:32 AM
    American Restoration: Bed, Bug & Beyond

    When a client asks Rick to convert a 1960s Volkswagen Beetle into a child's bed inspired by Herbie t… TVPG | CC

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    American Restoration: Bed, Bug & Beyond

    When a client asks Rick to convert a 1960s Volkswagen Beetle into a child's bed inspired by Herbie the Love Bug, Ron takes Leonard out to search for the perfect punch buggy. Can the crew turn this iconic ride into a piece of fun furniture or will they just bug out? Then, Rick gets more than he bargained for when he lets his straggly-bearded buddy, Caveman, crash in the boneyard.

  7. 3:03 AM
    American Restoration: Atomic Restoration

    Rick shoots to beat the clock with a 40's high-school electric scoreboard. Can this restoration scor… TVPG | CC

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    American Restoration: Atomic Restoration

    Rick shoots to beat the clock with a 40's high-school electric scoreboard. Can this restoration score, or will Rick run out of time? Also, an atomic age Uranium Detector arrives for a scientific spruce-up. Will the finished product be rad enough to detect this rare element?

  8. 3:33 AM
    American Restoration: Treats & Feet

    Rick battles a brain freeze when a 1940s Good Humor bicycle pedals into the shop. Can he deliver a s… TVPG | CC

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    American Restoration: Treats & Feet

    Rick battles a brain freeze when a 1940s Good Humor bicycle pedals into the shop. Can he deliver a sweet solution to this sticky situation or will this cold cart be forever frozen in time? And later, a client brings in a 1920s Atwater Kent art-deco radio. Can the shop fine-tune this airwave apparatus, or will it be nothing but dead air for this rundown receiver?

  9. 4:02 AM
    Info-Documentaries.

    Informational programming. TVG

    Info-Documentaries.

    Informational programming.

  10. 4:30 AM
    Cash Cowboys: Grumps & Grinders

    There's fertile picking in the Fraser Valley when the guys stop in to scour Grumpy and Granny's hang… TVPG | CC

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    Cash Cowboys: Grumps & Grinders

    There's fertile picking in the Fraser Valley when the guys stop in to scour Grumpy and Granny's hangar-sized collection of Canadiana. A serious car-guy, Henry's retro service station is packed with killer automotive stuff but most of it is off limits! And, wheeler-dealer Albert welcomes Scott and Sheldon to his personal museum and the sprawling collection is like nothing they've ever seen before.

  11. 5:30 AM
    Info-Documentaries.

    Informational programming. TVG

    Info-Documentaries.

    Informational programming.

  12. 6:00 AM
    Info-Documentaries.

    Informational programming. TVG

    Info-Documentaries.

    Informational programming.

  13. 6:30 AM
    Info-Documentaries.

    Informational programming. TVG

    Info-Documentaries.

    Informational programming.

  14. 7:00 AM
    The States: 01 - California, North Carolina, Kansas, New Hampshire, West Virginia

    Take a history lesson filled with surprising facts, figures and stories from five American states. I… TVPG | CC

    The States: 01 - California, North Carolina, Kansas, New Hampshire, West Virginia

    Take a history lesson filled with surprising facts, figures and stories from five American states. In California, see how the discovery of gold at Sutter's Mill, in 1848 started the largest migration in US history, and then learn how scientists are currently trying to predict the next big earthquake. Next it's off to North Carolina's tobacco fields and the mystery of Roanoke--the lost colony. Wichita, Kansas is the "Aviation Capital of America" and Wyatt Earp put Dodge City on the map. New Hampshire is the state where the first act of open rebellion in America's Revolutionary War took place and the first presidential primary each election season is held. Finally, learn about The Battle of Blair Mountain, West Virginia, where in 1921, over 10,000 unionizing coal miners faced off with state and federal troops in what was one of the largest armed uprisings in America since the Civil War.

  15. 8:00 AM
    The States: 02 - Texas, Massachusetts, Arkansas, Iowa, Delaware

    Another history lesson filled with surprising facts, figures and stories from five American states. … TVPG L | CC

    The States: 02 - Texas, Massachusetts, Arkansas, Iowa, Delaware

    Another history lesson filled with surprising facts, figures and stories from five American states. Texas hit the jackpot in 1901 with the discovery of oil at Spindletop Well in Beaumont. Puritans came to Massachusetts to escape religious persecution, but their own zeal to convert Native Americans led to one of the bloodiest wars in US history. Arkansas, 1957--nine African American high school students attempted to enroll at Little Rock's Central High School and made Civil Rights history. During the Iowa Caucuses farmers rub elbows with would-be presidents. Finally, Delaware patriot Caesar Rodney rode into history in 1776 when he raced 80 miles on horseback to break the deadlocked vote for American independence.

  16. 9:00 AM
    The States: 05 - Pennsylvania, Minnesota, Hawaii, South Carolina, Montana

    Ground Hog Day in Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania, dates back to 1886 and an ancient European holiday cal… TVPG | CC

    The States: 05 - Pennsylvania, Minnesota, Hawaii, South Carolina, Montana

    Ground Hog Day in Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania, dates back to 1886 and an ancient European holiday called Candlemass Day. Garrison Keeler and his A Prairie Home Companion radio program export a comic, down-home image of Minnesota to a weekly worldwide audience of over four million listeners. Hawaii is the only state that was once a kingdom and had its throne toppled in 1893 by a handful of meddling foreigners with the aid of the U.S. Navy. Following the world's first submarine attack in 1864, the Confederate sub The Hunley sank mysteriously in Charleston Harbor, but was discovered and raised 131 years later. Montana has long been the world's best source for dinosaur fossils and a recent discovery is shedding new light.

  17. 10:00 AM
    The States: 06 - Florida, Indiana, Washington, Utah, Rhode Island

    Hurricanes, lightening and alligator-filled swamps made Florida an unwelcome candidate for statehood… TVPG | CC

    The States: 06 - Florida, Indiana, Washington, Utah, Rhode Island

    Hurricanes, lightening and alligator-filled swamps made Florida an unwelcome candidate for statehood, yet it continues to draw more and more people annually. In 1900, Indianapolis, not Detroit, was the center of the auto industry, and endurance tests there resulted in the establishment of the Indy 500 in 1911. On May 18, 1980, America's most economically destructive volcanic erupts at Mt. St. Helens and rocks Washington State. Escaping religious persecution, Brigham Young leads twelve thousand Mormons on an exodus into the Utah desert in search of paradise. Roger Williams fled Massachusetts in the 16th century and founded a colony of religious tolerance in Rhode Island.

  18. 11:00 AM
    The States: 09 - Michigan, Tennessee, Maine, Missouri, South Dakota

    Michigan's logging industry helped build fortunes, but over-harvesting also threatened the environme… TVPG | CC

    The States: 09 - Michigan, Tennessee, Maine, Missouri, South Dakota

    Michigan's logging industry helped build fortunes, but over-harvesting also threatened the environment. Davy Crocket, the coonskin-capped congressman from Tennessee, became more legend than reality thanks to 19th century political campaigns. Originally disdained as a food fit only for servants, lobsters are now a delicacy fueling Maine's fishing industries. Riverboat traffic and trailheads to Santa Fe and Oregon made Missouri the "Gateway to the West." The discovery of gold in the Black Hills in 1874 created a rush of prospectors who displaced Indians from sacred land that they'd been promised for eternity.