All ears ring when a rare keepsake from "Seinfeld" sends John O'Hurley into the shop. Then, Rick travels East after a new ride. Will Rick choose land with the rare 1960s muscle car or will the 1920s rum-running boat lead him to Sea?
As Rick and Chum continue their picking adventure in Michigan, Rick takes a gamble on a WWI helmet and a vintage RC Cola machine. Meanwhile, back at the shop, Corey goes toe-to-toe with a seller over a one-of-a-kind Rocky III statue.
Rick and Chum try to work out a deal on an old weight loss device. Then, a seller comes in with a sketch signed by Tom Petty. And later, Chum connects to the other side when a Ouija board lands in the shop.
Corey and Chum go see a series 1 Shelby. Then, a seller comes into the shop with a classic Nintendo video game and Chum gets his hands on an autographed Olympic snowboard. And later, a military vet brings in a pair of WWII binoculars.
A seller comes in with an explosive pair of crutches. Will he walk out ahead? Then, Rick takes a swing at one of the first books written about baseball. And later, Corey and Chum try their luck on an antique wooden slot machine.
Rick flies across the pond to look at an epic "Star Wars" collection, including an iconic prop from the movie. Finally, the Pawn Shop gets a new employee. Can he work with Corey to make a deal on a Planters jar, or will they go nuts?
Rick is in Chicago where he has a run-in with a wrestling legend and a chance to clinch a Michael Jordan championship jersey. Chum looks to score big on a 300-year-old violin. Later, a vintage Batman playhouse places Corey and Chum in a betting mood.
A revolutionary French gun butts into the shop. Next, someone brings in their vintage stamp book. Then, Chum gets wrapped up in a Kanye West jacket. Later, a real-life recreation of a sword from the video game World of Warcraft swings into the shop.
Rick heads to Boston to check out an iconic warship. Meanwhile, a Paul McCartney signed guitar wings into the shop. Then, the guys get a look at a curious corkscrew collection. Finally, Rick gets a lead on an Apple 1.
Saddle up with the Pawn Stars as they check out some vintage horse equipment. Next, a rare Pee-wee Herman scooter rides into the shop. And later, a first edition of the classic book "To Kill a Mockingbird" flies in.
Things get heated at the shop when a seller brings in a trophy awarded to basketball legend Julius "Dr. J" Erving. Then, a seller brings in some antique quack medicine bottles. And later, a book of etchings by Henri Matisse comes in.
A life-sized house elf from Harry Potter comes into the shop. Then, Spencer comes fresh off a picking trip with a van full of items. Next, Rick checks out a waistcoat and watch as old as the founding fathers.
Rick is given the chance to drive a WWII tank. Meanwhile, a Triplet Bicycle, vintage toy soldiers and Haunted Mansion memorabilia come into the shop. Later, things get hot when Chum finds a flamethrower.
Rick shoots over to England for an explosive chance to test out antique weapons. Meanwhile, back at the shop, a seller brings in something that offers the Gold & Silver some "Home Improvement."
It's hands up at The Gold & Silver Pawn Shop when someone brings in a toy gun from a classic '60s show. Will Chum be a tough negotiator, or will he cry "U.N.C.L.E."? Rick tackles a LaDainian Tomlinson jersey that charges into the shop.
Rick travels to Boston to get a steal on a historic Red Sox baseball collection, meanwhile back at the shop, Corey targets an interesting WWII jacket. Later, Corey and Chum learn some new tricks from a vintage magic set.
Things get flashy when a seller brings in an unusual diamond made from the DNA of a musical genius. Can Rick compose himself before it gets hairy?
When a customer comes in with items from Tony Soprano's wardrobe, can Rick make him an offer he can't refuse, or will he fuggedaboutit?
When a seller brings in an antique key gun, can the Pawn Stars unlock the mystery behind it?
Chum steps up to the plate when a seller pitches him a signed photo of Cy Young. Meanwhile, Rick checks out a giant U.S. Navy Jack. And later, Chum checks out a guard mask from the "Power Rangers."
It's a space race at the Gold & Silver for an autographed Apollo 10 book. Meanwhile, Chum calls in Joey Fatone to get a collection of figurines. Then, a set of Bob Hope's golf clubs putt into the shop.
It's a bird! It's a plane! It's Superman pajamas! Can Rick and Chum make a deal for the Man of Steel before the seller flies away? Then, Rick says cheese as he cuts a deal on a vintage industrial slicer.
When a World War II mortar storms the shop, can Chum fire up a deal before it implodes? Then, a tux worn by actor Ray Liotta swings into the shop. Will Chum be a Goodfella and buy it?
Chum's temperature rises when an antique heater comes his way. Can he fire up a deal, or will he get burned? Next, a pretty dam impressive sculpture stops Rick in his tracks. Will it "beHoover" him to make an offer?
Rick and Corey head out to the range to check out a mountain cannon. Will the deal go off with a bang, or will it all just blow up in smoke?