Sail away with the Pawn Stars as a peg leg pistol hobbles its way into the shop. Will Rick and Corey say, "ahoy" or will they toss it overboard if it doesn't fire?
Aim for the high score with the Pawn Stars when a rare Captain Fantastic pinball machine comes into the shop. Will Rick jump at the chance to become the pinball wizard?
Rick gets the chance to purchase a page from the Gutenberg Bible. Corey checks out a rare six-sheet movie poster from the classic "Ziegfeld Follies" that's so big it doesn't even fit on the counter.
Do the math with the Pawn Stars when Rick considers paying ten times the face value of a rare $1,000 star note. Rick sets his sights on a World War II Navy gun scope.
Rick investigates the authenticity of a rare 1936 Zippo lighter prototype. Corey tries to call in a fair price for an antique rotary phone. Chumlee meets legendary Marvel Comics creator and writer Stan Lee.
Rick and Corey check out an original Superman costume. Rick tries to program a good price for a retro computer and Corey is rocking and rolling over two vintage music posters.
All aboard with the Pawn Stars when Rick checks out a Gilded Age train. Then, a classic Nintendo race car game from the 1960s rolls its way into the shop, and later an amazing Superman and Batman print.
Rick is offered an autographed photo of Laurel & Hardy. When Corey comes face to face with a Ronald Reagan foam head, will he find himself making an offer on the "Gipper?"
Hit the open road with Pawn Stars as Rick checks out a 1974 Triumph Convertible. A pair of whale spears makes an appearance at the shop. Chum relives his childhood with a pair of Popeye water pistols.
Rick heads to LA on a shopping spree. First up, the largest collection of "Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory" props in existence. Later, Rick gets offered a painting done by Leonardo DiCaprio.
Rick and Chumlee take a trip to the Sunshine State to check out a fully loaded 1964 Rybovich Yacht. While in Florida, Rick visits his friend, Lisa, at her own pawn shop in town.
Rick considers removing six Picasso etchings from a famous illustrated edition of "Lysistrata." Second thoughts seep into the minds of Rick and Corey when faced with taking an amphibious Jeep out on the water.
The Pawn Stars are confident when it comes to making the right deal, but will Rick get a big head by calling in a surprise expert to appraise a Ronald McDonald balloon inflator?
Rick gets offered a rare movie poster for John Wayne's first film. Chum takes a shot at a couple of nickel plated pistols supposedly made by the most famous gunmaker of the Victorian era.
Brew up a hot cup of joe with the Pawn Stars when a Civil War-era carbine shows up with a "coffee grinder" in the shoulder stock. Later, a vintage skateboard deck shows up in the shop.
A letter from pioneer Ezra Meeker and a set of commemorative Oregon Trail coins trek into the shop. And later, colonial bone dice from The Stamp Act of 1765 roll in.
Get ready to GO with the Pawn Stars as a very valuable Pokemon collection makes its way into the shop. And next, it's about time the Pawn Stars got a 1926 Dunhill Watch Lighter in the shop.
Party like it's 1999 with the Pawn Stars when a hat worn by Prince dances into Rick's hands. Next, an Egyptian scarab ring crawls into the shop. Then, a WWII-era head-shaped grass planter sprouts in.
The Pawn Stars are all about cutting deals, but what will happen when Chum takes a stab at three Japanese Samurai swords? Rick welcomes a propa-gander at a British WWI poster.
Cast a spell with the Pawn Stars when an 18th-century "Tryal of Witches" book possesses the shop. Later the guys check out the restored car from "Wayne's World."
Schedule a playdate with the Pawn Stars after Rick stumbles upon what could be one of the first Barbie dolls ever made while visiting his good friend Marie Osmond backstage at her long-running Vegas show.
Shoot some hoops with the Pawn Stars when Rick checks out a warm-up jersey signed by Kobe Bryant. Rick has an axe to grind over a seller's asking price for an antique weapon.
Business is brewing at the Gold & Silver Pawn Shop as Rick takes a look at a couple of antique beer items. Rick hops over to his friend's brewery in San Diego to tap into the drink's history.
Rick gets offered a 1973 Marshall Amp. Then, a hoverboard signed by the cast of the "Back to the Future" sequel comes into the shop. Will they make the item a part of their personal collection or will it float away?
Rick flips around a few gold and silver coins that come into the shop. Corey is stuck on whether some odd tax stamps are even worth the paper they're printed on. Plus, a signed Bob Marley album comes in.
When an early edition of P.T. Barnum's autobiography shows up in the shop, will Rick be a sucker and pay too much for the famous hoaxer's tell-all?
Dig up some history with the Pawn Stars when an ancient coin comes rolling into the shop. Next in, Chum unrolls an autographed movie poster for the 1990s indie hit "Reservoir Dogs."