Settle in for some southern hospitality as the Cajun Pawn Stars face the most expensive item to ever breeze through their doors. Pairs of 5 and 10 thousand dollar bills, will this rare currency inflate to the tune of one million or will the guys find something funny with this money? Then, Jimmie drives down memory lane to find a 1930s Bonnie and Clyde model Ford.
Come spin up some excitement with the Cajun Pawn Stars as they check out a rare long lost first album by rock and country legend Jerry Lee Lewis. Will the gang put up some serious cash to make some sweet music or will a sour note cause the deal to tumble from the charts? Then, a local Deputy Sheriff tries to sell his Civil War era Colt Dragoon revolver.
Get ready to rev your engines when a classic "Dukes of Hazzard" General Lee Charger screeches by the shop. Will the DeRamus brothers jump into hot pursuit for this iconic muscle car or will negotiations leave them in the dust? Then, the guys look to polish themselves up a deal on a giant 1920s shoeshine stand.
Check out the sweetest deal in town as the Cajun Pawn Stars look to get into the beekeeping business. Will they be swarming over the buzz of huge profits or will negotiations lead to a very sore sting? Then, the guys have the opportunity to buy a rare military grade sniper rifle. Will Jimmie bet the farm to show he's a long-range crackshot or will the seller quietly shoot holes in his claims?
Jump into pursuit with the Cajun Pawn Stars as they chase down a classic 1951 Chevy Deluxe police car. Then, a seller hopes to sell his stock Special Forces M4 Carbine semi-automatic rifle. And later, has shop regular Joker finally stumbled upon something worthwhile at a local yard sale?
Breeze out into the bayou with the Cajun Pawn Stars as they look to buy a classic Louisiana airboat. Then, the shop checks out two Civil War diaries uncovered from a field lap desk compartment. And later, Jimmie gets a hankering to own a vehicle of pure 70's muscle--a 1972 Chevelle.
Go treasure hunting with the Cajun Pawn Stars as the guys hope they've discovered a 1700's pristine flintlock gun brought to Louisiana by pirates. Then, Jimmie travels through country music history as he checks out an old Greyhound bus that may have belonged to country music legend Barbara Mandrell. And later, regular customer Joker steers into the shop to sell his motorized wheelchair.
Soar up through the skies with the Cajun Pawn Stars as they have the opportunity to buy a rare World War II biplane. Then, a unique piece of presidential history finds it's way into the shop--a strand of Abraham Lincoln's hair.. And later, a familiar customer hopes to sell his super speedy Mako fishing boat.
Take aim with the CAJUN PAWN STARS as they check out a rare 1921 Tommy gun. Made famous by Hollywood gangster movies, will Jimmie pull the trigger on a great deal or will his nerves of excitement cause him to miss the target?
Burn some rubber with the CAJUN PAWN STARS as they shift gears to check out a classic 1990 Ferrari 348. Will Johnnie rev up stacks of cash for this super fast ride or will he push negotiations into the red and blow the deal?
The Cajun Pawn Stars may be headed towards a baby boom after shop regular Joker rolls into the shop with an African fertility chair. Will Joker walk away with a new addition to his savings account or will his nest stay empty?
See the Cajun Pawn Stars fire off all cylinders as they check out an ultra fast racing go-kart. In need of serious repair, can the guys go full throttle to reach the finish line or will negotiations sputter out of gas?
See the Cajun Pawn Stars cast their vote for a letter penned by a college-aged future President...Bill Clinton. Will the guys mount a fierce campaign for this pre-Presidential correspondence or will lack of funds force them to drop out of the race?
Stand and sing with the Cajun Pawn Stars as they check out original handwritten lyrics to one of our nation's best-known anthems, My Country Tis of Thee. Then, Jimmie is tempted to go hog wild over buying a vintage coin-operated kiddie pig ride.
Join the Cajun Pawn Stars as they go to battle for a rare medieval Saxon helmet believed to be from 1100 A.D. Will Tammie and Johnnie embark on a tireless quest to capture this historic prize or will heated negotiations force a full retreat?
Time stands still as the Cajun Pawn Stars encounter a 1790's pocket watch from Founding Father George Washington. A priceless piece, will Jimmie act in time to make a deal or will the ticking offer wind out?
Strap in for a ride with the Cajun Pawn Stars when shop regular Chester tries to sell them a motorized Coca Cola mini car. Will the guys give Chester the green light or will they be forced to slam on the brakes?
Hold onto your hips, as the Cajun Pawn Stars try to make a deal on a priceless timepiece once owned by the King himself, Elvis Presley. A famous Cajun boat sails into Johnnie's sights. And shop regular Joker tries to hunt down a deal when he brings in a furry friend.
Join the Cajun Pawn Stars as they head to the old west when a customer brings in a rare Lone Ranger collection. Shop regular Gerard tries to take Johnnie to the cleaners for a deal on an antique washing machine.
Join the Cajun Pawn Stars as they explore the monstrous myth that is Bigfoot when a "certified" lock of his hair stomps into the shop. Jimmie gets excited over a commemorative gun of World War I hero Alvin York.
Go off-roading with the Cajun Pawn Stars as they check out an all terrain vehicle original--a 1950s U.S. Army Jeep. Then, Jimmie and Tammie get all shook up when a scarf worn by Elvis during one of his concert swings by.
lace your bets with the Cajun Pawn Stars as they check out an antique, but beat-up, 1930s horse race gambling machine. Jimmie fiddles with the idea of buying a rare Martin Guitar even though his music expert is out of town.
The items include a beautifully restored 1929 Ford fire engine, a vintage Easy-Bake oven toy from the early 1970s that still works, and 170 rooms of hotel furniture that Jimmie visits at Alexandria s famous Bentley hotel.
Things go boom when the Cajun Pawn Stars encounter the infamous cannon used in the Colfax Massacre of 1873. Shop regular Gerard causes some Cajun confusion when he pops in to pawn an old family gumbo recipe.
Set your sights with the Cajun Pawn Stars as they check out a pristine 1918 Browning Automatic Rifle (BAR). The gun of choice for bank-robbing duo Bonnie and Clyde, will the guys be able to pull the trigger on a deal or will negotiations get jammed up?
Step into the trenches with the Cajun Pawn Stars as they set their sights on a rare WWI military periscope rifle. Then, a local resident known as Bayou Bob hopes to sell his massive engine from the 1890s called "The Mechanical Marvel.
Put on your game face with the Cajun Pawn Stars as they step up to the plate for a signed Ted Williams baseball bat that an expert must authenticate. Jimmie enters tough negotiations for a mourning armband worn during Abraham Lincoln s funeral.
It s a wonderful world on this episode of Cajun Pawn Stars when a drummer s pad signed by legendary music artist Louis Armstrong swings by the shop. Jimmie is intrigued by three full, unopened Prohibition-era whiskey bottles that are brought in.
Get ready for some down home cookin' when the Cajun Pawn Stars consider buying a massive 40 foot BBQ pit on wheels. Plus, a seller isn't horsin around when he gallops into the shop to unload his miniature horse.
Ride along with the Cajun Pawn Stars as they test-drive a rare James Bond-type Aston Martin...and decide whether it's worth the six-figure asking price. Plus, Johnnie tries to secure the rights to a land grant signed by President James Madison.
Jimmie and Tammie check out a 1960s voting machine, a customer comes in to sell his 1970s Mego super hero action figures, and Jimmie tries to lock down a price on an old Mississippi prison ball and chain.
The Cajun Pawn Stars get a lesson in farming when they check out an antique corn grading machine. A signed Jackie Robinson baseball lands in the shop, but will Jimmie hit a home run during negotiations?