Pawn In Space
This One Stings
There's No Business Like Snow Business
From Dust Til Dawn
Explore the cosmos with the Pawn Stars when a cast signed helmet from the 1960's TV show 'Lost in Space' orbits the shop. Will Rick think it's out of this world or will he yell, "Danger"?
This One Stings: Mike makes a mistake in Indiana, and while the guys get a warm reception from a carnie collector in Ohio, the pick brings an unexpected sting. (S9, ep 11)
The bidders brave freezing temperatures as they hope to heat things up at the auctions.
Dave hits the action hard despite his dislike of the area, while Mary struggles through a locker hoping her profits don't go down the toilet.
Full Speedo Ahead
Mexican Grand Off
Middle-Aged Mutant Ninja Buyers
Rick takes aim at a very rare Nepalese Bira gun from the late 1800s, then later sounds off with a three-trumpet brass horn.
The guys visit a man with a puzzling nickname who hasn't thrown anything away since the 1950s and isn't willing to start now. He isn't shy about flaunting his favourite underwear, which comes as a shock to Mike and Frank.
The buyers head for San Diego with hopes of finding some south of the border treasure. Rene and Casey step up to defend their home turf against Darrell.
Rene can't help but go cowabunga over a collector's unit, while Jarrod and Brandi look to hit quick and easy.
Dreams of Cookies and Cream
Who Wet the Sheets?
The Pawn Stars head out to see a 1980s Sigma Derby horse-racing game. Next, a 1940's Moby Dick Classic Comic sails into the shop, as well as a dollar signed by Walt Disney and Ronald Reagan. Later, a 1910 envelope sealer presses through the doors.
When the guys do a favour for a friend, what seems like a raw deal becomes a surprising win-win situation. Plus, they get behind a locked door that hasn't been opened in decades.
The buyers head to Moreno Valley and descend upon auctions at a facility that has been known for great scores.
Ivy tries to hit a high pay-off with a low buy-in while Darrell and Brandon limp into a locker that may leave them all wet.
Legends Of Rock
Santa Ana Surprise
High Scores In Arcadia
A hand-painted, signed guitar from Def Leppard's Phil Collen rocks into the shop. Will Rick 'Pour Some Sugar' on his offer?
Frank celebrates his birthday with a picking bonanza. Plus, the guys make a woman's dream come true by brokering a deal to honour her deceased husband.
Jarrod and Brandi's plans go awry as the buyers hit Santa Ana and Dave shows up looking to cause trouble.
Rene brings his father Gunter to help hunt for collectables and Ivy takes a gamble on something out of the ordinary.
Cowboys and Cannons
Signs of Struggle
The Lion Of Lancaster
Mary's Big Score
A 19th century sundial cannon explodes into the shop. Will Rick blast out the big bucks or will the deal fizzle out?
Mike struggles to free a massive vintage sign from a tight corner, then the guys strike an impossible deal with the 'Sign Boss'. Back in Iowa, Danielle joins Frank for a final joyride in a 1956 Chevy.
Ivy is forced to defend his turf or score big with a home field advantage, but it's Mary that cleans up.
Brandi lets Jarrod hold the purse strings, but it's Mary who snags the most expensive locker of the day as the buyers hit California.
In the Blood
Flip a coin as a 1944 steel cent rolls into the shop. Will Rick be a penny pincher or will he call the sale in the air?
An early melt threatens to end Marty's record run. With spring fast approaching, Eustace races against the clock to finish his logging assignment.
Marty takes a risk that changes everything. Eustace and Preston are hit by a storm.
As Rich battles wolves, a predator returns to trouble Tom.
Pawn Another Day
Ivy for the Win
High Stakes and Low Blows
Strike a pose with the Pawn Stars when Madonna's 1988 day planner vogues into the shop. Will it make Corey a material guy or will he fail to get into the groove?
The buyers have big dreams of making it in Hollywood. Despite his hatred of Tinseltown, Dave takes a major gamble on an unusual locker.
The buyers head to a first-class auction in Arcadia. But when the number of bids quickly start reaching the thousands, Mary is left struggling to keep up.
The buyers head back to Montebello, the scene of some of their biggest finds and greatest dramas.