Ronnie and Matt's road trip continues in Chicago, where the snooker champion faces one of the game's deadliest players, 'Black Widow' Jeanette Lee.
Ronnie O'Sullivan and Matt Smith hit the pool halls of Memphis for a rematch with Johnny Archer, one of the greatest players in pool history.
On the final leg of their trip, Ronnie and Matt hit San Francisco before going head-to-head with the world's number one high stakes pool player.
Locked Up and Rail Roaded
The Pawn Stars test drive a 1950s Chrysler Town & Country Newport. Will they drive a hard bargain or lack the horsepower? When antique railroad locks from the late 1800s clasp their way in, will they secure a place or will Rick ride them out of town?
Silver Stash Pawn
Legend of the Lost Indian
A first edition of The Adventures of Bob Hope comic gets the Pawn Stars chuckling, but will they entertain an offer or 'boo' it out? Later, when a 1950s Disney fire extinguisher blazes in, will Rick add fuel to the fire or will the flame fizzle out?
Rick looks to cut a deal on a pair of elaborate 19th-century European swords, and takes a spin in a 1951 Willys Wagon.
Rick and the Old Man have a dispute over a mystery package while Corey test drives a classic Turbo Drive II arcade cabinet.
The guys drop a wad of cash in Springfield, the home of Indian Motorcycles, where they also hope an old legend will lead them to hidden treasure.
Ticket to Pawn
Enter the Negotiator
Beatlemania hits the shop when a signed 1963 guitar from the Fab Four is brought in. Meanwhile, Rick gives everyone a lesson in office etiquette.
Chum goes with his gut instead of bringing in an expert when buying a risky item. Also, Rick checks out a 1965 service medal from Panama Canal.
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.
Against the Current
Mad as a Picker
The Mississippi curves and bends from Minnesota to Louisiana, and so do the fortunes of the people out on the river. Gary and Eddie move into the catfishing business, only to find that it's far more cutthroat than they expected and they have to be creative to survive.
Corey comes face-to-face with a life-size Creature from the Black Lagoon. Feeling inspired, he and Chum set out to give Rick a fright.
While Rick checks out some vintage X-Men and Avengers comic books, Chum is inspired to dig around his old comics to see if he has a secret fortune.
The guys land a major pick for Dolly Parton's theme park, Dollywood. But with just two weeks to find countless items, they'll need to work more than 9 to 5.
World's Fastest Gun
Pawn Of The Jedi
Pawn of Fire
Pawn of the Jedi: When a draft of the original Star Wars script comes into the shop, Rick and Chum do everything they can to get this Obi-one of a kind collectors' item. (S16, ep 36)
A model train, allegedly owned by 'The Man in Black' Johnny Cash, rolls into the shop. Is the train worth adding to Rick's rock'n'roll collection?
A creepy collection of kitsch is the first in a long line of bizarre finds on Frank and Dave's picking trip. Mike prepares for the shop's grand opening.
Eye of The Tiger
Sweet Homes Alabama
Through history, mankind has credited its existence to otherworldly beings. Could this be true? Can any proof be found in these early beliefs? (S9, ep 3)
A rare Rolling Stones record spins into the shop, but will it get Rick satisfaction?
A banner from the secret WWII airborne division The Flying Tigers flies into the shop. Also, Chum gets his hands on a 1980s Ooze-it toy.
The guys hit the jackpot when they unearth a valuable relic from a famous plantation home. A small-town Chevy dealership turns up further goodies.