Chum sets his sights on something out-of-this-world when a seller brings in a signed copy of "The Coming of the Saucers." Will Chum be able to identify the perfect price?
Chum gets ready to rumble when a rare wrestling figure comes into the shop. Will he be king of the ring, or get smacked down? Then, a portable craps table is smuggled in.
Corey finds himself in such a lovely place when a test pressing of the Eagles mega-hit "Hotel California" comes into the shop.
Rick checks out a collection of James Bond movie trading cards. Will Rick get them in-hand? Meanwhile, a seller brings in an old Chinese bell.
Chum becomes the chosen one when a seller brings in Buffy figurines. Can he slay the deal before the stakes are raised? Next, an artist's letter makes quite an impression on Rick.
There's a British invasion when a pair of vintage rock t-shirts roll into the Gold & Silver. Do Rick and Chum have the moves like Jagger to seal the deal?
The stakes are high when the guys leave the shop for a little friendly competition. Will things get hairy for Rick or scary for Corey?
When a seller speeds into the shop with an iconic piece of Sammy Hagar memorabilia, Corey calls for back up. Will he drive home a deal?
Chum huddles up for a chance to buy an early 20th century football. Can he get this deal across the goal line before the seller hikes up the price?
Corey plays ball when he gets a signed letter that knocks his White Sox off. Will he swing for the fences, or get shut out?
A seller comes in with an overcoat once owned by suspected JFK assassin Lee Harvey Oswald. Will Rick take a chance on this piece of history?
A blade rumored to belong to a Japanese World War II admiral commands Rick's attention. Can he cut a deal, or will the negotiations be pointless?
When Chum gets his hands on a one-of-a-kind chair, will Rick turn a blind eye to his spending? Then, a helmet that once belonged to Evel Knievel lands in the shop.
When a Mick Foley t-shirt and autographed mask come into the shop, Rick calls in a very special guest to authenticate it. Can he wrestle a superstar price, or end up getting slammed?
Rick tries to win one from the Gipper when a special pendant hits the counter. Can the patron saint of pawn shops help Rick land the deal?
Rick and Chum flip out when Spencer stops by the shop with a few vintage items. Will they tilt the negotiations in their favor, or will they not be able to see eye-to-eye?
Chum goes for a hole-in-one when a signed Jack Nicklaus golf glove swings into the shop. Meanwhile, Corey targets a G.I. Joe Tomahawk helicopter toy.
Rick and Chum are ready for their closeup as they head west to check out a treasure trove of Hollywood memorabilia in California.
When Chum gets his hands on a trio of vintage comic strip characters, will the seller play with his emotions, and toy around with a deal?
When Rick gets a chance at an iconic collection of Hard Rock photographs, can he capture a deal, or will another one bite the dust?
Rick is ready for some football when a Super Bowl bucket hat rushes into the shop. Can he score big, or will he fumble the deal?
When a chandelier made out of KFC buckets lights up the shop, does Corey’s future look bright, or will he get fried?
Rick and Chum get a relatively genius package containing letters signed by Albert Einstein. But can they figure out the equation to work out a deal?
Chum gets into the teen spirit when a unique piece of Kurt Cobain memorabilia comes into the shop. Will the deal reach nirvana, or will the seller say nevermind?