Les discovers someone has broken into one of the backrooms and begins a full scale manhunt. Meanwhile, a customer tries to sell a guitar signed by Kid Rock and reveals a tightly guarded secret that has Rich seeing a pile of cash.
Ashley comes out from behind the security glass to confront a menacing customer head-on. Then, rare Nirvana memorabilia has Seth and Rich seeing dollar signs, but will the nostalgia cause them to spend too much?
A storm threatens to knock out the store's power. With piles of cash at risk, Seth scrambles to create a battle plan only to be shot down by his father's old-school philosophy that insists "everything will be ok."
Ashley returns to put Seth in his place. Meanwhile, a customer is robbed and fights to sell her last remaining possession. And later, Les sits his kids down for a royal reaming that may finally get them both on track.
A rash of break-ins has the Golds on high alert. As they prepare to catch a thief, a customer comes in claiming to be the Devil himself. Can they strike a deal or will they be forced to exorcise him from the premises? And later, security catches a burglar in the parking lot, but as they drag her inside, they're hit with a surprise no one saw coming.
Les takes a customer's word on an item's value and forks over massive cash. But later, Ashley makes a discovery that leaves Les looking like a fool. Can he turn around this catastrophe or will he be hung out to dry???
Seth schemes to get some fresh cash into his internet department, but when one of his guys makes a colossal mistake, Les demands blood. Unwilling to hand his father a severed head, Seth takes a stand and squares off against Les.
Les buys rare rock memorabilia that may be worth a pile of cash. Then, when a man gets caught trying to secretly sell his girlfriend's ring, she dishes out a punishment that's never been seen in the store before.
A customer is found hiding in a refrigerator. Ashley swears he was waiting for closing time to sneak out and rob them. She demands they hire overnight security, but Les squashes the plan. It's a move he may regret come nightfall.
Les is handing out the hundreds for a parade of items that Seth and Ashley claim are worthless. When the kids reveal his backroom piled sky-high with everything from Pontiacs to prosthetics Les is flat out busted.
A conflict over a fake receipt turns into a full-blown war at the window. But when Les tries to call the customer's bluff, she comes back with a Motor City lawyer who could land Les in hot water. But Mr. Gold has a big surprise up his sleeve.