When the Taylor brothers show up, Brandon and Lori have a new civil war on their hands. An accident in a winning bin brings out the fire fighters and another kind of heat for Brandon and Lori. With ...
Brandon and Lori look to cash in on their first big trip to New Orleans, but they'll have to fight the locals off. Then, the Taylor Brothers wage war to win a locker loaded with hunting and sporting ...
Auction Hunters, Allen Haff and Ton Jones, travel America bidding on unclaimed storage units they think will contain the most hidden treasure - worth big cash - the better the history the higher the price.
Allen Lee Haff,
Clinton 'Ton' Jones,
It's literally just a bunch of fat typical Americans fighting and dropping large amounts of money on each unit. The characters are absolutely horrible. The main couple is just a fat, irritating, typical American while her husband is just a jack a$$ with an anger problem. The auctioneer is so over-hyped about everything. He also just constantly trills his tongue during each auction and it gets unbearable about half way through an episode.The black guy is so desperate to be memorable that he uses his catchphrase (or rather catch word, "MONEY!", whenever something good happens. The worst part is that he says this probably 20-30 times per episode and sometimes more as he says this to bid a lot. Then there's that greasy bastard with the pork chops and cheap sunglasses. It's so obvious that he's trying to be the Dave Hester of this show it's sickening. All he does is crank the price up on each unit then get in a fight with the main guy. There's one more guy but he's just another fat cock with no skill in anything. All he does is make horrible jokes alluding to his drinking problem, unattractive ex-girlfriends and his weight but rarely buys anything. All in all it's just another shitty storage auction show but the one thing that makes it unique from ANY other show in history is how horrible the characters are and the show is at least 50% fighting.
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