Put up your dukes with the Pawn Stars when the guys are offered the hat John Wayne wore in "The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance." Will they negotiate with guns blazing, or send the seller riding off into the sunset? Then, ...
The Pawn Stars have a chance to purchase a rare piece of American political history - a collection of personal letters from Kennedy brothers John, Bobby, and Teddy. Written during the height of the Camelot era, will the gang run a tough campaign to make a deal or will their election funds come up short?
The Pawn Stars meet a man with a handwritten lost poem from rock legend Jimi Hendrix. Will the rare Hendrix verse provide new insight into the '60s icon or will the cryptic words remain locked in a purple haze of mystery? Then, the guys are presented with a chessboard made with wood from one of the most famous ships in history, the Titanic.
The Pawn Stars hit the road to check out the forefather of modern machine guns, a Gatling Gun. Introduced during the Civil War, will Rick use all his firepower to secure a deal or will he be outgunned? Then, Corey and the Old Man try to hail down a piece of automotive history, a 1915 Ford Model T taxi.
Come party with the Pawn Stars as they prepare the ultimate gift for the Old Man's 70th birthday, a fully rebuilt 1957 Chevy 150. Then, a man comes to the shop with a rare 19th century pistol ring. And later, a man brings in an unused ticket from one of the most famous performances of all time--the 1966 Beatles concert at Shea Stadium.
The Pawn Stars are blown away when a seller limps in with a 19th century shotgun disguised as a cane. Then, Rick and Chumlee race to check out a 1940 Indian Motorcycle once owned by the King of Cool, Steve McQueen. And later, the guys are presented with a book printed by founding father Benjamin Franklin.
The Pawn Stars consider sending a search party out for Chumlee when he takes off to look at a 1950's Bally's coin operated kiddie ride. Then, Rick and Corey meet a woman hoping to sell a script from the legendary classic film The Godfather. Signed by Al Pacino. And later, the guys get ready to polka when a vintage Excelsior accordion chimes its way into the shop.
The Pawn Stars hope to win by a landslide when President Ronald Reagan's high school yearbook comes into the shop. Complete with a signed letter from The Gipper. Then, a man comes in hoping to sell some puppets and props from the original Buffalo Bill Wild West Show, tied to an obscure performer named Buffalo Ben. And later, Rick and the Old Man get a call to check out a vintage phone booth.
The Pawn Stars snap to attention when an 1830's percussion musket from West Point marches into the shop. Then, get ready to take flight when a guy soars in with a collection of letters and pilot licenses signed by the father of flight, Orville Wright. And later, Rick and the Old Man get ready to spend all their nickels when a guy brings in an antique slot machine from the 1930's.
The Pawn Stars hope to remain civil when a man brings Robert E. Lee's silver spoon and Ulysses S. Grant's meerschaum pipe. Then, Corey and the Old Man place their bets when a shoe from the legendary Triple Crown racehorse Secretariat gallops in. And later, a seller hopes he has found hidden treasure when he strolls in with a vintage metal detector.
The Pawn Stars fasten their seat belts when a 2003 Lamborghini Murcielago speeds into the shop. Then, Rick is presented with a true one of a kind, when a guy brings in a set of Saddam Hussein's fingerprints. And later, Rick and Corey check out a sterling silver Tiffany Walkman originally owned by a member of the rock band "The Who.
The Pawn Stars gain access to classified information as a collection from former Attorney General J. Howard McGrath enters the shop. Then, Rick and Chumlee encounter a 1960's U.S. Marines vehicle called a "Mighty Mite." And later, the Old Man is off to the races when he gets his hands on an electronic horse race analyzer.
The end is near for the Pawn Stars when they check out an alleged original print by Renaissance artist Albrecht Durer. Then, Corey feels like a third wheel when he checks out two trike-style motorcycles in the same day. And later, a guy comes in with a statue of 80's advertising icon Spuds McKenzie.
The Pawn Stars feel a jolt of history when a guy brings in the original AC motor built by Nikola Tesla. Then, Rick and Corey check out a 1968 VW Bug convertible. And later, Chumlee nearly loses his grip when a pair of Marty McFly high tops levitates into the shop.
Take a ride with the Pawn Stars when they check out a 1924 Dodge Brothers sedan. Then, a guy drags in a 19th century ball and chain that's inside a Wells Fargo strongbox. And later, Corey and Chumlee check out a Terminator "skill stop" slot machine.
The Pawn Stars lock and load as a triple barreled firearm made by famous European gunsmiths blasts its way into the shop. Then, a man drops in with a collection of antique children's toy piggy banks made of cast iron. Later, the shop is looking to hire a new broker to help cover the night shift, and Rick puts Corey and Chumlee in charge of recruiting.
The Pawn Stars are back in school when a first edition of Henry David Thoreau's "Walden" comes into the shop.Then, Corey focuses his sights on a 19th century rope gun. And later, Corey and Chum conduct interviews to find the shop's newest night shift broker.
The Pawn Stars see their spirits soar when a guy brings in a Charles Lindbergh doll from the 1920s. Then, the shop becomes a real freak show when a guy brings in an antique poster advertising a sword swallowing act. And later, a guy comes in with a harmonica that once belonged to Aerosmith front man Steven Tyler.
The Pawn Stars are blown away when a pair of WWII bomb fins drop into the shop. Then, Rick tries to get in tune with a guy who brings in a Martin guitar signed by 60's super group Crosby, Stills and Nash. And later, the guys continue their daunting search for a new employee to work the night shift.
Get strung along with the Pawn Stars as a 1961 Les Paul SG guitar jams into the shop. Then, Rick and the Old Man are presented with a copy of National Geographic from 1969 covering the momentous Apollo 11 moon landing. And later, when Rick brings in a new hire to work the night shift, Chumlee volunteers to help train them into a pawn superstar.
It's a blast from the past for the Pawn Stars when they check out a huge collection of mini bikes from the 1970's. Then, an early 1900s baseball bat swings into the shop. And later, Rick is presented with a piece of mail flown by Charles Lindbergh on the Spirit of St. Louis.
The Pawn Stars get the royal treatment when autographed memoirs from English nobility parade into the shop. Then, the Old Man and Chumlee are presented with an antique collection of 1950's tin army trucks. And later, a man rolls up with a Sun Tune-up Tester.
The Pawn Stars huddle up when a 1966 Miami Dolphins playbook rushes into the shop. Then, a woman reels in who claims she has unseen footage of U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt. And later, Corey and Chum hit the road to check out a vintage cash register from the 1920s.
Prepare for battle with the Pawn Stars as one of the rarest guns in American history pops into the shop. Then, it's a race to the finish when a tire signed by legendary NASCAR driver Dale Earnhardt rolls on by. And later, Corey and Chumlee are presented with a 1980's handheld Donkey Kong game.
The Pawn Stars feel their noses growing when some hand crafted Pinocchio dolls walk in the shop. Then, a guy brings in a Cy Young baseball card from 1909. And later, a guy comes in with a harmonica that once belonged to Aerosmith front man Steven Tyler.
Gang up with the Pawn Stars when original photographs of Old West outlaw Jesse James ride into town. Then, Chumlee and the Old Man get an earful when they're presented with a Leslie organ speaker from the 1950's. And later, a guy walks in with a Boy Scout first aid kit from the 1930's.
The Pawn Stars are blown away when a signet ring that belonged to mob boss Lucky Luciano comes out of hiding. Then, Rick is in the red zone when a letter signed by legendary football coach Knute Rockne steps up to the line of scrimmage. And later, Chumlee is presented with a collection of antique Cracker Jack toys.
The Pawn Stars see dollar signs when a $1 bill signed by Clark Gable comes into the shop. Then, Corey and Chumlee are presented with a rare 1800s Wells Fargo double barrel shotgun.And later, a souvenir from Ulysses S. Grant's funeral makes its way into Rick's hands.
The Pawn Stars sing "Hail to the Chief" when an autographed collection of presidential memoirs comes into the shop. Then, Corey and Chumlee are presented with a toy "Robby the Robot" from the 1956 movie, Forbidden Planet.And later, a guy brings in a can of Zoo Doo brand elephant manure.
The Pawn Stars prepare to play rough when an original program from the very first NFL championship rushes into the shop. A 1932 game between the Chicago Bears and the Portsmouth Spartans. Then, Rick sees dollar signs when he's presented with an exploding dye pack of $10 bills. And during the night shift, a 1960's Schwinn tandem bike rolls into the shop.
The Pawn Stars are up in arms when a late 1700's flintlock four-barrel handgun takes aim at the shop. Then, Rick and the Old Man are presented with a book of misprinted Eisenhower postage stamps. And later, when Rick finds broken merchandise in the warehouse, he uses the shop's security camera to try and track down the guilty party.
Ride in style with the Pawn Stars when a limousine formerly owned by Jackie Gleason pulls up to the shop.Then, a football spirals into the shop signed by the winners of Super Bowl I. And later, Rick and the Old Man are presented with a commemorative plaque of Mount Rushmore.
Make it rain with the Pawn Stars, when a collection of paper money from the Republic of Texas comes into the shop. Printed when Texas was an independent country, can Rick and the Old Man cash in on this deal, or is it not worth a dime? Then, it's a real life shoot-out when the guys compete in an "old vs. new" rifle shooting competition.
The Pawn Stars get fired up when a rare three-trigger Stevens shotgun barrels into the shop. Then, Corey and Rick are presented with a movie camera used by the U.S. military during WWII. And later, an Abraham Lincoln campaign token comes in on the Night Shift.
The Pawn Stars are flying high when a panel off the world's fastest airplane, the SR-71 Blackbird, soars by the shop. Then, a solid bronze 16th century cannon fires into the shop. And later, a customer brings in a vintage pair of gigantic Levis jeans.
Go off-road with the Pawn Stars when they're presented with a 1960's Mercedes Unimog. Then, a guy marches in with a sign that hung on the Berlin Wall. And later, a collection of 1980's Garbage Pail Kids trading cards has Chumlee reliving his childhood.
Take a shine to the Pawn Stars when a guy brings in 100 pounds of pure silver. Rick gets stumped when a seller brings in a mysterious book. The guys flash back to the '90s when a collection of movie props from "Batman Forever" come into the shop.
Pop goes the Pawn Stars when four original paintings by Andy Warhol brush by. Then, a baseball signed by members of the infamous 1919 Chicago Black Sox has Rick and Corey seeing green. And later, a pair of 10k gold sunglasses comes in on the night shift.
Take a load off with the Pawn Stars when a 1955 Chevy Pickup rolls by the shop. Then, a guy pops in with a Smith and Wesson "top break" revolver. And later, Rick and the Old Man are presented with a 1950's admiral's telephone from a U.S. Navy ship.
Rock out with the Pawn Stars when an Elvis Presley contract gyrates into the shop. Signed before The King got famous, will the guys try to buy this piece of music history, or will they send the seller to Heartbreak Hotel?
The Pawn Stars are presented with the most collectable Smith & Wesson gun out there, the Model 320 Revolving Rifle. Then, Chum and the Old Man are craving pizza when they take a look at a collection of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles comics.
Take aim at the Pawn Stars when a guy brings in a Wesson over and under pistol. Nicknamed "the ladies friend" due to its popularity with women, will Corey and the Old Man charge into this deal with both barrels blazing?
Take the field with the Pawn Stars when a World Series ring from the 1995 Atlanta Braves slides into the shop. Known as "the team of the 90s," will the guys try to push the negotiation into extra innings, or is this item out of their league?
Burn some rubber with the Pawn Stars when they check out a 1968 Ford Mustang GT fastback. Just like the car driven by Steve McQueen in "Bullitt," will Rick get into a high-speed chase for this classic muscle?
The Pawn Stars prepare to invade when Rick is offered a memoir written and signed by Dwight D. Eisenhower. Detailing his command during WWII, is Rick willing to pay big bucks for this rare book, or will the negotiation force him to retreat?
Hail a ride with the Pawn Stars when a taxi from the 1992 sci-fi movie "Free Jack" pulls up to the shop. Specially built just for the movie, do the guys give this prop some props, or send it back to the future?
Step up to the plate with the Pawn Stars as Rick takes a swing at a book signed by "Shoeless" Joe Jackson. One of the sporting world's rarest signatures, has Rick found baseball s holy grail, or is the scribbled signature a strike out?
Take the Pawn Stars hostage, when a $20 bill from infamous hijacker "DB Cooper" skydives into the shop. The only unsolved airplane hijacking in U.S. history, do the guys pay a king s ransom, or will negotiations get lost to the wind?
Take flight with the Pawn Stars as they check out a fork from the wreckage of the Hindenburg. Considered one of history's greatest disasters, will Rick fork over some cash for this rare item, or will the deal crash and burn?
Start your hog and ride with the Pawn Stars as they head to the annual Sturgis Motorcycle Rally. Can Rick relax and enjoy the trip, or will he stop and hunt for deals along the way? And back in Las Vegas, the Old Man and Olivia are holding down the shop.
It's the surprise of a lifetime, when the Pawn Stars give Chumlee a customized Harley-Davidson FXR for his 30th birthday. Will he join them on their trip to the motorcycle rally in Sturgis, or faint from the shock?
Go cruising with the Pawn Stars when Rick and the Old Man eye a 1949 Hudson Commodore. A premium luxury ride of the post-war era, will the guys add this classic car to their collection, or put the brakes on negotiations?
All hail the Pawn Stars when they check out a uniform from the King of England s royal guard. Used by those guarding the royal palace in England since the 1700s, can the guys get the seller to crack a smile, or is he strictly business?
Start your engines with the Pawn Stars as the guys check out a 1956 Chevy drag racing car. Custom built for the 1/4 mile, will the guys race to make an offer or will negotiations stall before the light turns green?
The Pawn Stars start a cola war when a 1950 s Pepsi Machine pops into the shop. An incredibly rare unit painted "Coke red" instead of "Pepsi blue," is this mysterious machine worth big bucks, or will the deal go flat?
Hold steady and fire with Pawn Stars as Rick checks out a Japanese Knee Mortar. Used in WWII for fighting in the dense jungles of the Pacific, will Rick see the chance to make a deal, or does the seller not even have a leg to stand on?
Get boxed in with the Pawn Stars as they check out an original work by Pablo Picasso. Will the guys shell out some green, or leave the seller feeling blue? Then, a guy moseys in with a saddle used by John Wayne in the movie "True Grit.
The Pawn Stars get a fast break when the ex-wife of NBA star Dennis Rodman drops by. Trying to sell a collection of Rodman's signed jerseys, will the guys jump at the chance to own a piece of sports history?
Keep it surreal with the Pawn Stars when Chumlee and Olivia are offered a sculpture by Salvador Dali. Without any proof of authenticity, will they take a night shift risk? Then, the guys are spinning over an atlas from 1862.
Court is in session for the Pawn Stars when the guys check out a collection of sketches from the 1954 Sam Sheppard trial. The man who inspired "The Fugitive," is Rick willing to deliver a verdict on these rare drawings?
Get your kicks with the Pawn Stars as Rick and Chumlee check out a massive collection of Nike shoes. With an asking price of $1 million, is this deal a slam dunk or an air ball? Then, an Arnold & Son longitude watch finds its way into the shop.
Press play with the Pawn Stars as Chumlee checks out a gold video game cartridge from the 1990 Nintendo World Championships. Considered the "holy grail" of video game collectibles, will Chumlee drop enough coins to win it for the shop?
Put the pedal to the metal with the Pawn Stars as the guys check out a completely customized 1932 Ford Roaster. With less than 500 miles on it, will a high asking price put a red light on negotiations?
Ask not what your Pawn Stars can do for you, when the guys get a chance to own JFK's personal cigar box. A piece that sat in the Oval Office, will the guys light up at the opportunity or will negotiations go up in flames?
Rock and Roll all night with the Pawn Stars when a seller brings in a gold record signed by the band KISS. Can this rare piece of rock history convince the guys to join the KISS Army? Then, a Confederate pinfire revolver marches into the shop.
The Pawn Stars are a man down when Corey arrives at work with an injured hand and ankle. Will he play hurt, or get benched? Then, Rick brushes up on contemporary art when an oil painting by Jim Daly comes into the shop.
Twist and shout with the Pawn Stars as they check out a collection of memorabilia signed by all four members of The Beatles. With a guitar autographed by Paul McCartney himself, can they come together on a price or will the guys let it be?
Prepare for liftoff with the Pawn Stars as the guys check out a toilet seat from the NASA Space Shuttle program. Will this deal leave them flush with cash? Then, Corey's offered a signed copy of Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas.
Flip the switch with the Pawn Stars as they check out a poem written and signed by inventor Nikola Tesla. Famous for his work with electricity, will this piece leave Rick in a state of shock? Then, a pair of wooly chaps rides into the shop.
Who you gonna call? The Pawn Stars! The guys remember the 80's as they check out a replica of the proton pack from "Ghostbusters." Will they give this item a ghost of a chance? Then, a seller brings in an original work by the street artist Banksy.
Print money with the Pawn Stars as the guys check out an entire sheet of test notes. Made when the U.S. Mint was testing a new printing press, will they see dollar signs, or is this funny money too hot to touch?
Step up to the plate with the Pawn Stars when a 2004 World Series players ring swings by the shop. The year the Red Sox broke the curse of the Bambino, will the guys hit this deal over the Green Monster?
Go off-road with the Pawn Stars as the guys check out a Honda Pilot ATV. Will they see a chance to make a profit or will negotiations get stuck in the mud? Then Rick and Chumlee give a seller shelter when he brings in a signed photo of the Rolling Stones.
The Pawn Stars are on a mission from God when the guys check out a replica of the iconic Blues Mobile from the movie "The Blues Brothers." Complete with a loudspeaker on the roof, can they pick it up for a song?
Burn rubber with the Pawn Stars as Rick and Chumlee check out a 1969 Camaro Z28. In nearly mint condition, will Rick punch this deal into overdrive? Then, a first edition baseball scorebook from 1878 slides into the shop.
Get in the ring with the Pawn Stars when the guys check out a painting by Muhammad Ali. Known more for his skills in the ring than with a brush, can a knockout artist create knockout art? Then, Corey and Chumlee eye a Colt Dragoon pistol. Owned by one of the original settlers of the Lone Star State, will the guys make a Texas size offer? And later, the guys hire a consultant to make the shop more efficient, but will they embrace his changes?
Trick R' Treat with the Pawn Stars as Corey and Chumlee try to pull off the perfect duo Halloween costume. Can they be counted on to work as a team? Then, when Corey checks out a 1933 Plymouth, the Old Man tries to edge in on the deal. And later, a guy brings in a 1977 Mattel Electronic Football Game. A relic from Rick's childhood, can he separate business from nostalgia?
Drop in on the Pawn Stars when the guys check out a Cushman scooter allegedly used by paratroopers during WWII. Will this negotiation have a soft landing, or spin out of control? Then, Rick and Corey look at a rubber bullet and shell casing from the Bloody Sunday massacre. Can Rick and the seller be as one, or has the battle just begun? And later, the guys send Chumlee to the mint to design a new commemorative coin for the shop.
Head West with the Pawn Stars when the guys check out a Winchester rifle from the Wounded Knee Massacre. A Native American weapon captured by the U.S. Army, will Rick try to capture it for the shop? Then, a nickel slot machine from the 1940s drops by. Is it worth the gamble? And later, the guys find a stray dog outside the shop and it's up to Chumlee to find its rightful owner.
Walk the line with the Pawn Stars as Rick and Corey check out a Rolls-Royce once owned by the man in black himself, Johnny Cash. Will this deal be a ride in the sky, or end up making them hurt? Then, a coin from the Byzantine Empire lands in the shop. Is this thousand year old relic worth more than its weight in gold? And later, Chumlee gets a taste for the food biz when he fills in at a friend's hot dog stand. Will he eat up all the profits?
Celebrate Rick Harrison's last days of freedom, as the Pawn Stars throw him a bachelor party. Can he survive what they have planned? Then, a rare salesman's copy of "The Adventures of Tom Sawyer" comes in the shop. A prospectus used for selling the book door to door, will the guys be sold? And later, the Old Man schools Lili the intern on Vegas history when some vintage casino chips come into the shop. Is this deal worth going all in?
Fly high with the Pawn Stars when the guys check out a briefcase once owned by Charles Lindbergh. Will they be lucky like Lindy on this deal? Then, Rick and Chumlee look at a prototype combat vehicle produced for the U.S. military. The only one of its kind, will the guys try to buy it, or say "no tanks?" And later, Corey is the tie-breaking vote in a dispute between Rick and the Old Man. Will Corey's willingness to take a bribe or two get him in trouble?
Celebrate the holidays Vegas style as the guys from Pawn Stars, Counting Cars and American Restoration get together for a Christmas barbecue. First they'll deck the halls with pawn shop drama, when they debate the best and worst deals they've ever made.
Operate with the Pawn Stars when they check out a bone saw from the Civil War. A tiny model for amputating fingers, can the guys cut a deal? Then, Rick's buddy Davey Deals drops by with a large piece of kunzite. Will Rick offer diamond-like prices for this gemstone? And later, the Old Man makes Corey drive him to the barber shop. Will it be a quick errand, or an all day ordeal?
Kick start the Pawn Stars when the guys check out a customized 1951 Harley Davidson. Will they try to buy it for the shop or is Corey looking to add to his own collection? Then, a seller brings in a crank organ from the early 1900's. Can they grind out a deal? And later, when Lili the intern notices Rick's dirty fingernails, the guys try to convince him to get a manicure.
Spin a web with the Pawn Stars as Corey and Chumlee check out a copy of Amazing Fantasy #15, featuring the very first appearance of Spider-Man. Will the comic set off Chum's "Spidey senses?" Then, Rick's buddy Davey Deals drops by with a samurai sword from the 1500's. Will they cut a cash deal, or would Rick consider a trade? And later, when Chumlee wants a promotion, he has to take a management test.
Put up your dukes with the Pawn Stars when the guys are offered the hat John Wayne wore in "The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance." Will they negotiate with guns blazing, or send the seller riding off into the sunset? Then, Chumlee puts on his best poker face when he checks out a card playing book from 1866. Is the deck stacked in Chumlee's favor, or is he drawing dead? And later, when Corey brings his dog to the shop for the day, the guys try to put her to work.