The Thrill of a Kitty and the Agony of Smoked Meat
The Sweet Sniff of Success
After a rigorous first round qualifier, two bladesmiths compete to make one of the most lethal weapons in military history, the Nepalese kukri.
Darrell aims to prove that treasure sometimes looks like total trash. Meanwhile, Rene won't be content with second best.
Jarrod and Brandi call on an expert to help them sniff out the best units. Mary hopes a vintage locker will prove her ticket to scoreboard success.
The guys discover the ultimate coin-op man cave hidden on a farm in upstate New York, and Frank hatches a plan to help lonely collectors find love.
There Will Be Blood Money
It's All Smoke and Mirrors
From Coupe to Nuts
After forging carbon steel and wrought iron into a fully functional weapon, two finalists move on to create the uniquely curved Ethiopian shotel.
Everyone is out to make big bucks at auctions in Riverside. Mary faces stiff opposition as she tries to turn a bad day around with a great locker.
The buyers hope for big things at auctions in Rancho Cucamonga. Ivy proves he has no problem splashing out... if it's the right locker.
Mike and Frank are rehabbing a rare and rusty '33 Ford Coupe.
Packed, Stacked and All... Trash?
Bozek is My Spirit Animal
A Man's Home is his Castle
The contestants transform failed blades from last season into fully functional weapons, before the finalists forge the legendary pirate cutlass.
Auctions in Costa Mesa bring out the best and worst in the buyers as they go all out to score a great locker.
Auctions in Lake Elsinore bring treasures for some and turmoil for others. Dave causes trouble for his rivals. Rene and Jarrod go head-to-head.
Mike and Frank pick a circus collector with a wax museum in his living room.
Miles to Go
In the Blood
A breakdown leaves Marty dangerously stranded after dark. Eustace is forced to improvise in the Blue Ridge Mountains.
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.
Enter the Negotiator
The guys get their fill of petroliana at a pick in Vermont. Plus, Frank and Dave head to Florida in search of a super-rare cycle car.
The Hunt Begins
Secret Nazi Lair
Escape From Berlin
The Hunt Begins: Could Hitler have faked his death and fled Germany? Clues embedded in declassified FBI files lead experts to believe he could have escaped to Argentina. (S1, ep 1)
Secret Nazi Lair: The team explore a mysterious Nazi complex deep in the jungles of Argentina, as well as evidence in Berlin that could suggest Hitler faked his own death. (S1, ep 2)
The team discover secret tunnels linking Hitler's bunker to Tempelhof Airport. After faking his own death, could the Nazi leader have escaped by plane?
The team investigate a secret U-Boat docking station that could have aided Hitler's escape from Europe. They also discover a sunken sub near Caleta de Loros.
What Cowboy Dreams May Come
Too Many Cooks in the Locker
Like Father Like Daughter
After using lawnmower blades to forge signature weapons, the bladesmiths hope to cut their competition down to size with the tabar, a South Asian battle axe.
The buyers head to auctions in Santa Ana. Back on one of his old stomping grounds, Dave Hester makes the others fight for decent lockers.
The buyers try their luck at auctions in Lancaster, where Mary chooses a surprising ally. Jarrod and Brandi turn up the pressure.
While Mike eyes a 1930s Cord convertible, we meet a retired auctioneer passing on the tricks of the trade to his daughter.
They'll Always Have Perris
Can't Catch a Break
Four bladesmiths compete for a $10,000 prize by forging the finest Japanese Katana blade - a weapon designed to cut as it is unsheathed.
Dave threatens to dampen high spirits at an early morning auction. Mary struggles to stop the other buyers from getting her down.
The buyers have big dreams of making it in Hollywood. Despite his hatred of Tinseltown, Dave takes a major gamble on an unusual locker.
Frank runs into a brick wall while negotiating a deal with a Wisconsin collector who refuses to budge on prices, while Mike has no such difficulty.