Cajun Pawn Stars

Cajun Pawn Stars puts a southern spin on the pawn business with a cast of quirky characters and a never-ending stream of colorful locals


Season: Season 1 Episode Guide

1 - Donkeys And Dollars # 1

Donkeys And Dollars: Jimmie DeTamus opens the doors to his huge pawn shop in Louisiana, where staff are about to clap eyes on the most expensive item ever to enter the store. (S1, ep 1)

2 - Sweet And Sour # 2

Sweet And Sour: Staff at The Silver Dollar Pawn Shop check out the long-lost first album of Jerry Lee Lewis, a Civil War era Colt Dragoon revolver and a mischievous pygmy goat. (S1, ep 2)

3 - Shoeshine Mike # 3

Shoeshine Mike: The guys gamble on a 1920s shoeshine stand and investigate the authenticity of an alleged Civil War surgeon's kit. Plus, an iconic car screeches into the shop. (S1, ep 3)

4 - Money Bzzzness # 4

Money Bzzzness: The guys look for a sweet deal as they try to get into the beekeeping business. Plus, a client lugs in a hefty WWII submarine hatch. But is it legit? (S1, ep 4)

5 - Joker's Big Score # 5

Joker's Big Score: The guys chase down a 1951 Chevy Deluxe police car and cut a deal on an M4 Carbine rifle. Plus, Joker looks to strike it lucky at a local junkyard. (S1, ep 5)

6 - Trick Or Trade # 6

Trick Or Trade: The team test drive a Louisiana airboat and examine a 1972 Chevelle. They also check out two Civil War diaries. But are their secrets worth buying? (S1, ep 6)

7 - Joker's Wild # 7

Joker's Wild: A motorised wheelchair gives Johnnie and Fred a bright idea. Jimmie faces a tough decision over a bus that once belonged to singer Barbara Mandrell. (S1, ep 7)

8 - Speed Demons # 8

Speed Demons: The team get the chance to buy a rare World War II biplane and a super-speedy fishing boat. They also bag a bargain price on a lock of Abraham Lincoln's hair. (S1, ep 8)

Season: Season 2 Episode Guide

1 - Under The Gun # 1

Under The Gun: More prize items fall into the hands of Jimmie Deramus at The Silver Dollar Pawn Shop, beginning with a telephone that doubles as an electric shock device. (S2, ep 1)

2 - Some Pig # 2

Some Pig: A regular customer tries to pawn his champion show pig. Plus, a client offers up a walking stick that allegedly belonged to Native American legend Geronimo. (S2, ep 2)

3 - Trigger Finger # 3

Trigger Finger: Joker believes he's struck it rich when he finds a 1929 coin potentially worth thousands of dollars. Plus, Jimmie negotiates a deal on an iconic Tommy gun. (S2, ep 3)

4 - Cash Cows # 4

Cash Cows: The guys check out a 1990 Ferrari 348, as well as a French revolver that combines brass knuckles, a knife and a gun in one. Can they get them at the right price? (S2, ep 4)

5 - Little House On The Bayou # 5

Little House On The Bayou: The guys check out a houseboat on the bayou, a '66 Ford Mustang and a document detailing the fascinating history of a Texas cavalry sharpshooter. (S2, ep 5)

6 - Buy George! # 6

Buy George!: A man arrives with a watch he claims belonged to George Washington. Can anyone prove this potentially priceless item belonged to the Founding Father? (S2, ep 6)

7 - High Caliber # 7

High Caliber: The guys are over the moon when someone brings in photos from Apollo 13's crash in the Pacific Ocean. They also come across a powerful WWII 50-caliber gun. (S2, ep 7)

8 - Gimme Some Skin # 8

Gimme Some Skin: The guys cast their eyes over a pristine 1918 Browning Automatic Rifle, a Porsche 917 race car and an 11-foot Anaconda skin. (S2, ep 8)

9 - Fire Sale # 9

Fire Sale: The guys race to check out a 1975 Mac Fire Truck. They also come across a piece of sabotaged railway track from the Civil War and a classic 1950s popcorn machine. (S2, ep 9)

10 - Gone Fishin' # 10

Gone Fishin': The guys are tempted by a gun dropped behind enemy lines during WWI and a 1915 Gibson duel harp guitar. Johnnie and Fred also check out a crawfish business. (S2, ep 10)

11 - Springing Forward # 11

Springing Forward: Alarm bells ring when the team check out a 1866 Springfield Trapdoor rifle. Can they trust the seller? Or is this pristine rarity too good to be true? (S2, ep 11)

12 - Double-Edged Pawn # 12

Double-Edged Pawn: Jimmie and the crew check out a classic 1931 Ford Model A Cabriolet, a pair of Union Civil War swords and an an iconic Blue Dog print by George Rodrigue. (S2, ep 12)

13 - Bird Brains # 13

Bird Brains: The team check out an eclectic bunch of potential purchases, including a muster of peacocks, a vintage Monarch accordion and a German First World War Luger. (S2, ep 13)

14 - Knocked Up # 14

Knocked Up: The staff enter tough negotiations over an African fertility chair, a pair of WWI army knives and a 1971 Fender guitar, Can they get them at the right price? (S2, ep 14)

15 - Cash Kart # 15

Cash Kart: Jimmie and the team admire a huge mounted lion, a rare double-barrel knife pistol and a super-fast go-kart. But do these items spell profits? (S2, ep 15)

16 - All Shook Up # 16

All Shook Up: Jimmie and Tammie cast their eyes over a scarf worn by Elvis during one of his concerts before checking out an original 1950s US Army jeep. (S2, ep 16)

17 - Mail To The Chief # 17

Mail To The Chief: The team are wowed by a letter penned by a young Bill Clinton. Plus, Jimmie sets his sights on a 1895 Colt Navy revolver with a rare and valuable defect. (S2, ep 17)

18 - This Little Piggy # 18

This Little Piggy: Jimmie scrutinises a vintage coin-operated children's ride and a Bulgarian version of Russia's AK rifle. Are either worthy of space in his store? (S2, ep 18)

19 - Going Medieval # 19

Going Medieval: The Pawn Stars chase after a rare Saxon helmet believed to date back to 1100 AD. One of the very first X-Men comic books also crosses their path. (S2, ep 19)

20 - 4-Wheelin' Deals # 20

4-Wheelin' Deals: The shop enters tough negotiations over a series of letters signed by Richard Nixon. Plus, Tammie and Johnnie check out a customised ATV. (S2, ep 20)

Season: Season 3 Episode Guide

1 - All Jazzed Up # 1 (29)

All Jazzed Up: The Cajun Pawn Stars examine a drummer's pad signed by legendary musician Louis Armstrong. Meanwhile, Tammie sets her sights on a WWII Inglis pistol. (S3, ep 25)

2 - Batter Up # 2 (30)

Batter Up: The team takes a look at a baseball bat signed by Ted Williams, one of the greatest hitters ever to play the game. But questions arise over its authenticity. (S3, ep 26)

3 - Seat Of Horns # 3 (31)

Seat Of Horns: The Cajun Pawn Stars cast their eyes over an old Fowler hunting rifle believed to have belonged to George Washington and a chair made out of cattle horns. (S3, ep 1)

4 - Gone With The Pawn # 4 (32)

Gone With The Pawn: A client looks to buy a prop gun from the classic movie Gone With the Wind, before Jimmie considers gambling on a massive 40-foot barbecue pit on wheels. (S3, ep 2)

5 - Shaken And Stirred # 5 (33)

Shaken and Stirred: The Cajun Pawn Stars test-drive a rare James Bond-type Aston Martin before deciding whether it's worth the six-figure asking price. (S3, ep 3)

6 - Shotgun Bowling # 6 (34)

Shotgun Bowling: A local hairdresser stops by to purchase some famous locks before the gang head to the shooting range. (S3, ep 4)

7 - Little Bender # 7 (35)

Little Bender: The shop opens its doors to a queue of colourful customers, offering a motorised Coca-Cola mini car, WWII memorabilia and movie props from Dances with Wolves. (S3, ep 7)

8 - Pawn 'N Chain # 8 (36)

Pawn 'N Chain: Jimmie checks out a 1960s voting machine, meets a client looking to sell his 1970s action figures and tries to do a deal on an old prison ball and chain. (S3, ep 8)

9 - Silver Dollar Spook-Tacular # 9 (37)

Silver Dollar Spook-Tacular: It's Halloween at the pawn shop and, as well as organising a spooky costume competition, the team get offered a 1967 Cadillac Fleetwood hearse. (S3, ep 9)

10 - Jimmie At The Bat # 10 (38)

Jimmie At The Bat: It's a lucky day for the Silver Dollar staff as they check out an antique farming machine, a signed Jackie Robinson baseball and a Harley Road King. (S3, ep 10)

11 - A Whole Lotta Jerry Lee Going On # 11 (39)

A Whole Lotta Jerry Lee Going On: The guys meet the woman at the epicenter of the 1950s Jerry Lee Lewis child bride scandal. They also check out a 1930s rail bus. (S3, ep 11)

12 - Pair Of Jokers # 12 (40)

Pair Of Jokers: A shop regular brings his furry friend into the shop in the hope of cutting a deal. A man shows up with a priceless timepiece once owned by Elvis Presley. (S3, ep 12)

13 - Jimmie's Last Stand # 13 (41)

Jimmie's Last Stand: Jimmie and Tammie bargain for a bronze bust of General George Custer. They also check out a rare Lone Ranger collection and an antique washing machine. (S3, ep 13)

14 - Ice Chip Off The Old Block #14 (42)

Ice Chip Off The Old Block: Jimmie and the team check out a unique snow cone concession stand, as well as a "certified" lock of Bigfoot's hair. (S3, ep 14)

15 - Paintball Cajun Style # 15 (43)

Paintball Cajun Style: Jimmie and the team come across a cheque signed by Judy Garland, a rare World Series programme from 1932 and what could be a 1903 Remington rifle. (S3, ep 15)

16 - Mumbo Gumbo # 16 (44)

Mumbo Gumbo: The team get fired up when a client leads them to the infamous cannon used in the 1873 Colfax Massacre. Jimmie is awestruck by a Native American bison jacket. (S3, ep 16)

17 - Horseplay # 17 (45)

Horseplay: The guys are offered Civil War projectiles and an unusual toy horse. Plus, a client walks in with a rare but pricey pistol sword. Can Jimmie slash his price? (S3, ep 17)

18 - Really Gotta Go Kart # 18 (46)

Really Gotta Go Kart: Yankee's powers of restoration are put to the test when an old go-kart is brought in. Johnnie finds some important notes written by Dwight Eisenhower. (S3, ep 18)

19 - Yankee Magic # 19 (47)

Yankee Magic: Jimmie checks out a mechanical bull and what a shop regular calls a 'Cajun hot tub'. Country music star Tracy Lawrence stops by with his 1920s Martin guitar. (S3, ep 19)

20 - Jimmie's Increasingly Bad Day # 20 (48)

Jimmie's Increasingly Bad Day: It's father versus daughter as Tammie bets Jimmie she can turn a profit on a bar-on-wheels. Plus, staff check out a 1930s horseracing game. (S4, ep 20)

21 - King And His Crown # 21 (49), The

King And His Crown: The chance to buy one of Elvis' teeth leaves Jimmie and the team all shook up. Later, Johnnie comes across an intriguing vintage Batman puppet. (S3, ep 21)

22 - Oh Say Can You Pawn? # 22 (50)

Oh Say Can You Pawn?: The staff hit the road. Their travels lead them to a restored 1927 Chevy Roadster and a note signed by US National anthem writer Francis Scott Key. (S2, ep 23)

23 - Where's The Fire? # 23 (51)

Where's The Fire?: Jimmie eyes up some fancy furniture at Alexandria's famous Bentley Hotel. The store also checks out a beautifully-restored 1929 Ford fire engine. (S3, ep 23)

24 - Dog Duty # 24 (52)

Dog Duty: A 1950s Space Commander ride takes Jimmie on a nostalgic trip back to his childhood. The pawn shop boss also sets his tardy staff a challenge. (S3, ep 24)