Mike and Frank pick in a house that's stacked to the ceiling with rare toys. Mike adds to his King Kong collection while Frank drops a bundle on a rare train set. When its value fails to impress, the guys decide to take a risk and sell it at auction.
In Pennsylvania, Mike and Frank pick in some unique places including a funeral home and a prosthetic limb factory. The Pickers eventually run into a reclusive man named Aldo who grants them access to his mind-blowing stockpile of brand new vintage toys.
At a folk art museum, Mike and Frank discover an attic and two barns that are overflowing with one-of-a-kind pieces. Danielle takes a quick vacation to New York City but finds it impossible to relax due to Mike's incessant phone calls from the road.
The Pickers visit Tom whose amazing collection of architectural salvage includes a vintage theater marquee and rare opera house relics. Later, they spend time at a South Carolina warehouse where Mike gets in a negotiation over a Victorian doll house.
Mike comes across a 150-year-old Martin guitar. A rifle toting homeowner's property is off limits until the guys do some fast talking. Danielle gets a vintage Indian motor appraised and keeps her fingers crossed for a major profit.
Danielle gets in way over her head when she splurges on the remains of a rare 1935 Indian Chief motorcycle. Frank comes up with an ambitious $30,000 restoration plan with the goal of selling the bike at the Sturgis motorcycle rally.
The guys pick a Pennsylvania warehouse and find a rare comic book. Frank tries to negotiate for a vintage cigarette machine with a reluctant seller. A ramshackle old house in South Carolina looks promising but it's also said to be haunted.
Mike falls for a one-of-a-kind vintage motorcycle sign and must resist the urge to overpay for it. In Virginia, the guys meet a Southern gentleman named Ned who keeps his treasures in a creepy cabin in the woods.
In Idaho, the guys find a barn-sized man cave filled with an awesome collection of Western Americana including antique spurs. In Oregon, with a serious wager on the line, Robbie feels the pressure to out pick Mike and scours for a big-ticket item.
After taking a joyride on a rare 100-year-old monster tractor, Mike and Robbie go to a property packed with amazing steam engines and rusty relics. In Washington, Robbie's bid on some heavy machinery leads to a high stakes lumberjack competition.
Out in Washington State, Mike and his brother Robbie stop off for a quick freestyle and come across a 1915 Harley. Later, the guys pick a collection that's three generations in the making and find an antique bear trap that could be worth up to $6000.