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If the Pawn Don't FitAired on Aug 14, 2017
Take a ride with the Pawn Stars as Rick test-drives the infamous O.J. Bronco. Will Rick pony up the big bucks for this million-dollar item, or will the verdict read no sale? Then, Rick sits down to dinner with a rare silverware set. Will he RSVP a yes to the sale, or lose his appetite after hearing the asking price? Also, in a pawn shop far, far, away. . .Can Chum use his Jedi mind tricks to buy a 1978 “Star Wars” comic? Or will he be tempted by the powers of Darth No Sale?
The Greatest Pawn on Earth!Aired on Aug 07, 2017
Come one. Come all. Step right up to the Gold & Silver Pawn Shop! When an early addition of P. T. Barnum’s autobiography shows up in the shop, will Rick be a sucker and pay too much for the famous hoaxer’s tell-all? Then, Rick tries to solve the mystery over what could be an extremely rare 1966 Dodge Charger with a Hemi engine. He’ll either be burning the tires as he drives off with the sale or hitting the brakes if it’s too hot rod to handle. Later, a Napoleonic era Imperial Guard sword falls into Chumlee’s hands and his valiant attempt to buy it could turn into a real swashbuckling affair.
Stamp StumpedAired on Aug 07, 2017
Call it heads or tails, when Rick flips around a few gold and silver coins that come into the shop. Will he buy them all or call it chump change and walk away from the deal? Also, Corey is a bit stuck on whether some odd tax stamps are even worth the paper they’re printed on. Later, Chumlee is hoping everything is gonna be alright when a signed Bob Marley album comes in. Will he be jammin’ out to a big sale or will it be no deal, no cry? To round out the offerings, Rick considers taking some concertina lessons and a vintage Win-a-Card game could be Topps for Corey.
Great Scott!Aired on Jul 31, 2017
Turn it up to eleven with the Pawn Stars when Rick gets offered a 1973 Marshall Amp. Complete with all original parts, will it sound as rich as it looks? Then, Corey and Chum go “Back to the Future” when a hoverboard signed by the cast of the sequel comes into the shop. Will they make the item a part of their personal collection or will it float away?
Business is BrewingAired on Jul 31, 2017
Business is brewing at the Gold & Silver Pawn Shop as Rick takes a look at a couple of antique beer items. With beer on his mind, Rick hops over to his friend’s brewery in San Diego to tap into the drink’s history. Also, the guys track down an original McCormick Farmall tractor, but how far will they dig into their pockets for it? And later, Corey must decide if he wants to take action on a “Django Unchained” signed movie slate, while Chum figures out if a print of “Dogs Playing Poker” is a King or a Joker.
Dollars & DunksAired on Jul 24, 2017
Shoot some hoops with the Pawn Stars when Rick checks out a warm-up jersey signed by The Black Mamba himself: Kobe Bryant. Will he make a slam dunk on a sale or buy nothing but air? Then, Rick has an axe to grind over a seller’s asking price for an antique weapon and Corey might be Leaving Las Vegas when he makes an impulse buy on his favorite book. Later, Rick and Chumlee will either raise a glass for an old-timey toaster or get burnt on a no sale.
Mini MilesAired on Jul 24, 2017
Schedule a playdate with the Pawn Stars after Rick stumbles upon what could be one of the first Barbie dolls ever made while visiting his good friend, Marie Osmond backstage at her long running Vegas show. Will it turn out to be the real deal or is the seller just playing make believe? Then, Corey can’t believe how well Chumlee can drive a tiny amusement park car — he also can’t believe how much the seller wants for it. Later on, a “Citizen Kane” production still signed by Orson Welles comes into the shop and it’s anyone’s guess if a rare $10,000 certificate from 1900 meets the shop’s gold standard.
Pawned at the StakeAired on Jul 17, 2017
Cast a spell with the Pawn Stars when an 18th century “Tryal of Witches” book possesses the shop. Will it work its magic on Rick or prove to be a curse? Next, a 20th century airplane control yoke maneuvers in. Will Rick pay a sky-high price or will he crash and burn? Then, a gold-plated banjo strums in. Will Rick pluck it out for the shop or will it string him along? And later, the guys check out the restored car from “Wayne’s World.” Will the finished project be a schwing or a miss?
Pawn SamuraiAired on Jul 17, 2017
The Pawn Stars are all about cutting deals, but what will happen when Chum takes a stab at three Japanese Samurai swords? Then, Corey pushes to make a plush deal for a Steiff donkey pull toy. And later, Rick welcomes a propa-gander at a British WWI poster, but will he close the book on a set of thank you letters sent to an infamous doctor?
Masonic PawnAired on Jul 10, 2017
Party like it’s 1999 with the Pawn Stars when a hat worn by Prince dances into Rick’s hands. Will he be singing for a sale or will it become an unpronounceable flop? Next, an Egyptian scarab ring crawls into the shop. Will Rick think it’s sacred or will the deal be covered in dung? Then, a WWII era head shaped grass planter sprouts in. Will it grow on Chum or will he mow over it?
Poké PawnAired on Jul 10, 2017
Get ready to GO with the Pawn Stars as a very valuable Pokémon collection makes its way into the shop. Will Rick battle for a sale or will he be defeated? And next, it’s about time the Pawn Stars got a 1926 Dunhill Watch Lighter in the shop, but does it spark enough interest to be worth buying or will the deal flame out?
Frontier FortuneAired on Jun 26, 2017
Strum along with the Pawn Stars when a Gibson lap steel guitar jams into the shop. Will Rick rock out an offer or will he be playing a different tune? Next, a letter from pioneer Ezra Meeker and a set of commemorative Oregon Trail coins trek on in. Will Rick pay a frontier fortune or will the deal fall off the wagon? Then, the smell of tobacco fills the air when a Victorian snuff box shows up. Will Corey sniff out a sale or will he strike it down? And later, colonial bone dice from The Stamp Act of 1765 roll in. Will Rick throw the seller a bone or will he revolt against the deal?
Declaration of DopenessAired on Jun 26, 2017
Brew up a hot cup of joe with the Pawn Stars when a Civil War era carbine shows up with a “coffee grinder” in the shoulder stock. Will Rick bite the bullet and make a sale, or misfire on making a deal? Later, a vintage skateboard deck shows up in the shop. Will Chum skate off into the sunset or lose his footing and land flat on a no sale?
Lock Stock and Two Nickel BarrelsAired on Jun 12, 2017
Hit “The Big Trail” with the Pawn Stars when Rick gets offered a rare movie poster for John Wayne’s first film. Will the asking price scare Rick off, or will he saddle up anyway? Then, a vintage RC helicopter strikes Rick’s fancy. Will their negotiation take flight, or will this deal stay grounded? And later, Chum takes a shot at a couple of nickel plated pistols supposedly made by the most famous gunmaker of the victorian era. Will he meet the seller’s high asking price, or stick to his guns and prepare for a negotiating duel?
Balloon PaymentsAired on Jun 12, 2017
The Pawn Stars are confident when it comes to making the right deal, but will Rick get a big head by calling in a surprise expert to appraise a Ronald McDonald balloon inflator? Then, Chum tries to ink some paperwork on an antique RCA inkwell, while Corey takes a stab at purchasing a vintage spear. And later, Rick takes a look at some Edward Curtis prints that he pictures bringing in big bucks for the Gold & Silver Pawn Shop.
By Land or by SeepAired on Jun 05, 2017
Get ready to etch this episode into Pawn Stars history. Rick paints himself into a corner when he considers removing six Picasso etchings from a famous illustrated edition of Lysistrata. Then, Chum has to ThunderCats HO!-LD on before making an offer on some vintage toys from the 1980s. And later, second thoughts seep into the minds of Rick and Corey when faced with taking an amphibious Jeep out on the water.
The Pawnshine StateAired on Jun 05, 2017
Rise and shine with the Pawn Stars as Rick and Chumlee take a trip to the Sunshine State to check out a fully loaded 1964 Rybovich Yacht. While in Florida, Rick visits his friend, Lisa, at her own pawn shop in town. A local Florida Highwaymen painting catches Rick’s eye, but he also sees opportunity for Lisa’s pawn shop to grow. Rick votes to check out a voting machine from the 2000 Presidential Election that could be a winner for Lisa’s store. Meanwhile, back in Vegas, Corey sees green when a seller brings in some original Incredible Hulk comic books.
La La LandAired on May 22, 2017
It’s “Lights, Camera, Action!” as Rick heads to LA on a shopping spree for the shop. First up, the largest collection of Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory props in existence. Will he be able to make a deal, or will his hopes of owning a piece of the film be everlasting? Then, Chum checks out a helicopter owned by Vegas magician Dirk Arthur. Will their deal take flight or disappear? And later, Rick gets offered a painting done by Leonardo DiCaprio. While the actor isn’t known for his art, will Rick see a potential for profit or leave this piece in the city of angels?
Thar She Pawns!Aired on May 15, 2017
Hit the open road with Pawn Stars as Rick checks out a 1974 Triumph Convertible. Will he blow a gasket when he hears the asking price for this little Spitfire? Then, a pair of whale spears makes an appearance at the shop. Will negotiations get tough or will Rick have a whale of a time? And later, Chum relives his childhood with a pair of Popeye water pistols. Will he be a strong negotiator to the finish, or will he before forced to settle for a can of spinach?
Pawning ReaganAired on May 15, 2017
Get stumped with the Pawn Stars when a rare double lock musket comes into the shop. Will Rick and Corey take it lock, stock and barrel or will it leave them gun shy? Then, Rick is offered an autographed photo of Laurel & Hardy. Will he make an offer or will a small detail leave him seeing double? And later, when Corey comes face to face with a Ronald Reagan foam head, will he find himself making an offer on the “Gipper”?
Gilded Pawn AgeAired on May 08, 2017
All aboard with the Pawn Stars when Rick checks out a Gilded Age train. Will he be able to hook up a buyer for this thing, or is Rick holding a one-way ticket to No Sale? Then, a classic Nintendo race car game from the 1960s rolls its way into the shop. Will Corey and Chum hit the brakes on a sale or will they cross the finish line? Also, Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it’s an amazing Superman and Batman print. Will it save the day and become a sale or will the heroes be defeated?
PawnfamousAired on May 08, 2017
The Pawn Stars are seeing stars as rap artist, Flavor Flav, brings in an O.J. Simpson statue with a six-figure price tag, but is the juice worth the squeeze? Then, Rick sees money signs when a seller comes in an autographed Winston Churchill letter, while Chum tries to appreciate a trophy given to former Chicago Cubs owner, P.K. Wrigley. And later, Corey and Rick check out a custom 1951 Mercury, but they’ll only make a deal if the stars align.
Up Up and Away!Aired on Apr 24, 2017
It’s up, up and away with the Pawn Stars when Rick and Corey check out an original Superman costume. Can Rick’s super strength lift what the seller is asking or will archenemy “No Deal” rule the day? Then, Rick tries to program a good price for a retro computer and Corey is rocking and rolling over two vintage music posters. Later, Chumlee tickles the keys of a 1980s Rhodes piano, but if he can’t negotiate a good deal he may end up playing the blues.
Spider PawnAired on Apr 24, 2017
Get fired up with the Pawn Stars when Rick investigates the authenticity of a rare 1936 Zippo lighter prototype. Will Rick light the fire on a sale or extinguish the deal when the truth comes out? Then, Corey tries to call in a fair price for an antique rotary phone, but will the seller hang up if it’s a wrong number? Later, it’s a meeting of the Lees when Chumlee meets legendary Marvel Comics creator and writer Stan Lee. Will Stan tell Chum his signed comic is a villainous sham or will he write Chum a superhero’s ending?
Buddy, Can You Spare a Thousand?Aired on Apr 17, 2017
Oh Holy Pawn!Aired on Apr 17, 2017
Get holy with the Pawn Stars as Rick gets the chance to purchase a page from the Gutenberg Bible. Known as the first printed book, will the single page break Rick’s bank or leave him wanting more? Then, Corey checks out a rare six-sheet movie poster from the classic “Ziegfeld Follies” that’s so big it doesn’t even fit on the counter. Will he offer a larger than life price, or leave the seller singing in the rain?
Pawnball WizardAired on Apr 10, 2017
Aim for the high score with the Pawn Stars when a rare Captain Fantastic pinball machine comes into the shop. Will Rick jump at the chance to become the pinball wizard? Then, Corey is offered a Leroy Neiman painting of Marilyn Monroe performing at JFK’s 45th birthday party. After a tense negotiation, something’s gotta give. And later, will Chumlee try to buy a set of stamps from the Stamp Act of 1775 without representation?
Pawns Ahoy!Aired on Apr 10, 2017
Sail away with the Pawn Stars as a peg leg pistol hobbles its way into the shop. Will Rick and Corey say, “ahoy” or will they toss it overboard if it doesn’t fire? Then Corey and Chum check out four yearbooks signed by the ultimate teenager, James Dean. Will Corey be a rebel without a cause and turn down the offer or will he be a cool kid and make a sale?
Chum Goes AWOL
The Pawn Stars have an opportunity to buy a super fast speedboat in need of some serious repair. Later, Rick is presented with several pieces of small demonic sculptures cast in solid gold, but they're all painted black.
The Pawn Stars are on cloud nine when they consider buying a World War II-era Allied plane. Later, Chumlee attempts to wrangle in a pair of life-size western cowboy mannequins.
Like A Rolling Chum
Rick wants an autograph from rock legend Bob Dylan, and there's nothing he won't make Chumlee do in order to get it.