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It's pedal to the metal as the guys check out a tricked out Dodge Demon. Rick gets to channel his inner Steve McQueen in a '51 Chevy and then it's off to the track to race with the pros in a limited edition Mustang. Meanwhile back at the shop, Rick gets his hands on some gold bars--is it shipwreck treasure?
It's a Slam Dunk for Rick when he basketball legend Kareem Abdul-Jabbar throws him a deal of his spectacular sports memorabilia and Chum takes a spin at Ice Hockey with a legendary player.
Rick and the boys hit the road in search of unique military surplus items and a couple of special guests come to the shop to check out some ultimate blades forged in fire.
Rick and the team get into the Halloween spirit when customers start bringing in some of spookiest and creepiest items.
It's hail to the chief as the Harrisons dig deep to own rare pieces of Presidential history: die-hard Lincoln fan Rick chases an autographed photo of our 16th president; Corey ponders whether a copy of the Declaration of Independence is authentic or a fake; and will the shop get a deal on JFK's cigar box or will it all go up in smoke?
Buckle up as the Pawn Stars take to the road, scouring the country for ultra-rare deals. In L.A., Rick is in Magic Kingdom heaven when he discovers an enormous collection of Disney memorabilia. Next stop--can Chum and Rick just do it and pull the trigger on a private collection of Nike shoes worth $1 million dollars' Finally, Rick heads south in pursuit of his childhood dream. Will he be able to play fireman on his personal fire truck or will the deal go up in flames?
Rick, Corey and Chum get their hands on hot items connected to original gangsters and some of the baddest guys in history.
Four original paintings by Andy Warhol pop up at the Pawn Shop. Will Rick give these rare works their 15 minutes of fame, or send them back to the Factory? And later, Rick revisits his childhood fantasies as he considers buying a pricey collection from "Where the Wild Things Are."
Rick and the Pawn Stars end up having the last ho-ho-ho when they catch Chum staging a sneaky Secret Santa. Next, will Rick go dashing through the snow in an 1800's one-horse open sleigh? And later, will Corey and Chum score a classic Lionel train set or have they bitten off more than they can choo-choo?
A book signed by "Shoeless" Joe Jackson, the original Beatles contract with their manager Brian Epstein and antique Japanese samurai swords--are these one of a kind items the real McCoy? Rick and the Pawn Stars team hold their breath when these unique items pop up in the shop.
A man comes in with a Colt .45 he claims was used to kill Jesse James; an antique professional gambler's toolkit; a business card of the infamous gunfighter John Wesley Hardin.
Rick and the gang geek out when some cool items from the space program land in the store: a signed autographed U.S. flag from Apollo 16, a space shuttle toilet seat, a signed Apollo program book featuring a rare Charles Schultz signature and a far out meteoroid that fetches a nice price. Will the prices be too astronomical for the Pawn Stars?
Movie props from the world of 007 along with real life code cracking devices and secret guns come in from the cold to the pawn shop.
There's a ton of explosive energy when the Pawn Stars meet superheroes. Rick's spidey sense kicks in over a life-sized Spiderman and some rare original Avengers and X-Men series comics. Chumlee meets Marvel's superhero creator, Stan Lee and the whole crew check out the most famous superhero car of all time--the Batmobile!
Shots fired, when Corey threatens to leave the business unless he's made a partner. Is it a family feud or is the Pawn Stars dynasty in jeopardy?
When a peg leg pistol, dinosaur bone and a tigers eye skull, promising to ward off aliens, comes into the shop, will the guys sail away with the pistol or dig deep for dinosaurs? Because you never know what's going to walk in the door.
The Pawn Stars show blitz and try to score some of the greatest touchdown deals ever to pass through the shop.
What do JFK's personal cigar box, Jimi Hendrix' legendary Fender Stratocaster, and Steve McQueen's infamous "Bullit" Mustang have in common? Rick's gotta have them, and nothing will stop him from possessing these objects of desire. Will Rick's obsession leave him satisfied or hungry for a deal?
Get ready for a gold rush as Rick and his team go in search of treasure that might be worth its weight in gold. From ship-wrecked coins to blinged-out shades, these valuable possessions have the Pawn Stars team seeing dollar signs
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