The Pick, The Pawn & The Polish: The Pawn Stars check out the finished car. But how will they rate their new wheels? And can Mike and Frank's wallets survive their brutal haggling? (3 of 3)
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Patton Pending: A new series brings tough decisions for the guys as they ponder whether jockey boots signed by Bill Shoemaker and George S Patton's autograph will fetch a profit. (S6, ep 1)
Necessary Roughness: The guys enter fierce negotiations over some top-secret wartime documents. Plus, Corey turns on the charm for a man selling a 1970s Stretch Serpent toy. (S6, ep 10)
Missile Attack: The guys lock on to a Cold War era heat-seeking missile guidance system, deliberate over a Playboy bunny uniform and check out a 1986 Buick Regal motor car. (S6, ep 11)
Peacemaker: The guys are wowed by a 1890s Colt .45 Peacemaker - the ultimate cowboy gun. A set of Elvis Presley's medical records offers a unique chance to see inside the King. (S6, ep 12)
Honor Thy Father: The guys inspect a document signed by Founding Father John Hancock, and a 1934 Rickenbacker guitar, one of the first electric guitars ever made. (S6, ep 13)
Late Night Chum: The Pawn Stars cast their eyes over a Civil War cavalry jacket and a limited edition book signed by legendary cowboy Will Rogers. (S6, ep 14)
Broadsiding Lincoln: The guys come across one of the most sought-after items in US history: a wanted poster for the stage actor who assassinated Abraham Lincoln in 1865. (S6, ep 15)
Over The Top: The Pawn Stars enter fierce negotiations over a World War I helmet and a holster used in popular TV show Gunsmoke. Plus, Rick orders the guys to get into shape. (S6, ep 16)
Sharpe Shooters: The guys hit the road to check out a Gatling machine gun, hail down a fully-restored 1915 Ford Model T taxi, and lay their hands on the gun that helped win the Civil War.
Kings And McQueens: The guys race to check out a motorbike once owned by The Great Escape legend Steve McQueen. They also come across a rare shotgun disguised as a cane. (S6, ep 17)
Buy The Book: A 1932 Lincoln Roadster, a first-edition copy of an Ernest Hemingway novel, and a belt buckle with a big story to tell force the guys into serious negotiations. (S6, ep 18)
Pablo Pawncasso: The guys come across famous Picasso etching 'Poor Roby', a rare REO Flying Cloud hot rod and a man trying to flog two gold-plated pairs of miniature trousers. (S6, ep 2)
Cannons & Klingons: The Pawn Stars examine an antique signal cannon from the 1980s TV series Magnum PI before casting their eyes over a car load of signed Star Trek memorabilia. (S6, ep 19)
109 Making Cents: The guys are wowed by a script of The Godfather that's signed by Al Pacino. They also deliberate over a 1950s coin-operated children's ride. (S6, ep 21)
Off The Wall: The guys enter fierce negotiations for a Civil War musket. Plus, Corey feels the brunt of his father's anger when he sell a rare poster from his movie collection. (S6, ep 22)
Car 57 Where Are You?: Beatlemania hits the shop as a man brings in a ticket to the band's 1966 Shea Stadium gig. Plus, the guys plan the ultimate birthday gift for the Old Man. (S6, ep 23)
Face The Music: The guys enter fierce negotiations over a rare Gibson mandolin, a 1950s woodworking machine and the business card of Old Western outlaw John Wesley Hardin. (S6, ep 24)
Buffalo Bill: The guys strike gold with offers of puppets from the Buffalo Bill Wild West Show and a high school yearbook containing a signed letter from a young Ronald Reagan. (S6, ep 25)
The Wright Stuff: The guys snap to attention when a client brings in a rare West Point musket. They also get offered pilot licences signed by father of flight Orville Wright. (S6, ep 26)
Take A Seat: It's a big day for the Pawn Stars as clients wave a chair from the Senate floor, a photo of NASA's Gemini launch and Ryan Newman's driving suit under their noses. (S6, ep 3)
Going Postal: The guys encounter a rare recalled poster for Return of the Jedi; a recording of a speech given by Martin Luther King and a 1962 US postage printing plate. (S6, ep 4)
Sub For Sale: A one-man submarine, a tiny Model T Ford and an officer's Revolutionary War commission give the guys some tough decisions. Are these items that could turn a profit? (S6, ep 5)
Evel Genius: The guys take a peek at 400 antique glass eyes, check out a battered Evel Knievel pinball machine and set their sights on a signed picture of baseballer Babe Ruth. (S6, ep 6)
Not On My Watch: The guys agonise over a Rolex that once belonged to convicted fraudster Bernie Madoff. Plus, there's a 1950s bowling game that could be right up their alley. (S6, ep 7)
Pom Pom Pawn: The guys get the chance to buy an extraordinary Coke-sponsored motor home. A San Francisco 49ers cheerleader swings by hoping to flog her 1989 Super Bowl ring. (S6, ep 8)
The Great Escape: The guys are presented with a Harry Houdini straitjacket, a letter from activist Helen Keller and a loudspeaker from the former home of the Brooklyn Dodgers. (S6, ep 9)
Smoking Gun: The guys check out the smashed guitar of KISS frontman Paul Stanley, Thomas Jefferson's personal copy of Jay's Treaty and a Brown Bess musket.
Reach For Raphael: The guys are awestruck by one of the rarest items ever to come through their doors - an artwork believed to be by Renaissance master Raphael. (S16, ep 1)
Hiding Houdini: The team are spellbound when a book signed by the great Harry Houdini appears in the shop. Corey spots an old X-ray unit and Chum takes a vow of silence. (S16, ep 10)
Generation Gap: A prop from the movie Cleopatra and a 1922 silver peace dollar make for an interesting day at the Gold and Silver Pawn Shop. (S16, ep 11)
Live Long And Prosper: A signed picture of the original Star Trek cast and an Eli Whitney Civil War revolver both pique the Pawn Stars' interest. (S16, ep 12)
Presidential Pawn: The guys examine a letter from Founding Father James Monroe and a promotional Playboy chair. Chum tries to reinvent himself in the image of Hugh Hefner. (S16, ep 13)
Wilde Card: Corey checks out a 1972 telegram that rejects Muhammad Ali from fighting in Alaska. A first edition copy of Oscar Wilde's The Happy Prince arrives in store. (S16, ep 14)
Motorcycle Mayhem: A 1957 Harley-Davidson Sportster roars into the shop. Plus, Rick takes a look at a painting of Vietnamese Communist leader Ho Chi Minh. (S16, ep 15)
Rick The Giant: Rick unrolls work by Shepard Fairey, the artist that produced the famous President Obama posters. Corey and Chumlee look for a deal on a Mork figurine. (S16, ep 16)
Underground Pawn: Rick uncovers an 1800s first edition book about the Underground Railroad, as well as a set of baseball cards given to troops during Desert Shield. (S16, ep 17)
Rocky Road: Rick looks for a knockout deal on a set of handprints signed by Sylvester Stallone. Meanwhile, Chumlee enters an arm-wrestling competition. (S16, ep 18)
All Hail Rick: Revolutionary War documents signed by King George III show up in the shop. Plus, Chumlee checks out a pair of Pushman Scooters. (S16, ep 19)
Oldest Trick In The Book: A rare and signed copy of Seven Years in Tibet arrives in the shop. Corey and Chumlee check out a Three Stooges promotional projector. (S16, ep 2)
Bucking Bronco: A signed Red Hot Chili Peppers album and a Mobo Bronco toy are brought into the shop. But how much are they worth? (S16, ep 20)
One Man's Junk. A baseball thought to be autographed by 1959 World Series Champions the LA Dodgers shows up. Rick looks for a snappy deal on a rare 1930s movie camera. (S16, ep 21)
Last Call Pawn: Corey takes a look at a vintage Pinball machine while Chum is left in charge at his new bar. Plus, Rick examines "the King of all Morgan Dollars" (S16, ep 22)
Mystery Caller: A rare Superman vs. Muhammad Ali comic book is brought into the shop. Plus, Rick attempts to figure out why all the office phones are broken (S16, ep 23)
Sword Play: Rick looks to cut a deal on a pair of elaborate 19th-century European swords, and takes a spin in a 1951 Willys Wagon. (S16, ep 24)
Mail Mayhem: Rick and the Old Man have a dispute over a mystery package while Corey test drives a classic Turbo Drive II arcade cabinet. (S16, ep 25)
Hot Dam: Rick takes a look at some original blueprints to the Hoover Dam, while Chum has a potentially costly accident. (S16, ep 16)
Hot Wheel Of Fortune: Rick is on a roll when the world's rarest Hot Wheel car comes into the shop. Meanwhile, Chum puts pen to paper and writes his memoirs. (S16, ep 27)
Ticket To Pawn: Beatlemania hits the shop when a signed 1963 guitar from the Fab Four is brought in. Meanwhile, Rick gives everyone a lesson in office etiquette. (S16, ep 28)
Crossing Chum: Chum goes with his gut instead of bringing in an expert when buying a risky item. Also, Rick checks out a 1965 service medal from Panama Canal. (S16, ep 29)
Old Man Corey: Rick goes back in TV time when a collection of original 1960s NBC posters roll up in the shop. Plus, a 1966 Harley Davidson rides through the doors. (S16, ep 3)
Rick's Roulette: In a special double episode, Rick heads to LA to auction off some of the store's biggest ticket items. Meanwhile, Chum plans an auction of his own. (S16, ep 35)
Penny For Your Pawn: Rick tests his grip on a vintage Gottlieb arcade machine, while Chum attempts to make the Old Man go viral. (S16, ep 30)
Pawn Creature: Corey comes face-to-face with a life-size Creature from the Black Lagoon. Feeling inspired, he and Chum set out to give Rick a fright. (S16, ep 32)
Avengers Assemble: While Rick checks out some vintage X-Men and Avengers comic books, Chum is inspired to dig around his old comics to see if he has a secret fortune. (S16, ep 33)
Behind the Wheel: Coming into the shop today are a perfect condition 1923 Babe Ruth baseball card, and a less than perfect condition 1930s tricycle in need of some TLC. (S16, ep 34)
Locked And Loaded: Corey gets the draw on a 1763 flintlock pistol, while Rick and Chum take a look at some screen-used Star Wars props. (S16, ep 35)
Pawn of the Jedi: When a draft of the original Star Wars script comes into the shop, Rick and Chum do everything they can to get this Obi-one of a kind collectors' item. (S16, ep 36)
Personal Collection: Sometimes the curios that are brought into the store are so cool the guys want them for themselves! Check out some of their favourite finds from over the years.
Most Mysterious: A look at some of Rick & co's favourite items that have come into the store. This time, some of the more mysterious treasures the guys have needed to put a value on.
Priciest Pawns: Check out some of the trinkets that have come into the store over the years with the highest price tags.
Captain Rick: The guys check out a medal with links to Captain Cook and a putter from the famed 1963 Frank Sinatra Invitational. Plus, Rick's stress levels hit a new high. (S16, ep 4)
Wheelin And Dealin: Rick and the guys have always been interested in buying a vintage set of wheels - check out some of their favourites from over the years.
Revisit the best fakes and most valuable treasures ever to appear on Pawn Stars, including a $2 million painting by Claude Monet, a collection of signed Beatles memorabilia and a 1715 coin.
Best Of - Dangerous Deals: Check out some of the most dangerous items to make their way into the pawn shop, including a rare Let Mat pistol and a $335,000 mint condition Gatling gun.
Best Of - Expert Examination: The guys call in the experts when they come across a straitjacket worn by Harry Houdini, a signed Babe Ruth baseball bat and plans for the Battle of Iwo Jima.
Best Of - Coolest Collectibles: Check out some of the most exciting collectibles ever seen on the show, including the first ever Playboy magazine and a Superfly coat worn by Elvis.
Best Of - On The Road: Revisit the best items ever seen outside of the shop, including a piano played by the Rat Pack. Plus, take a tour of an L-39 Soviet Albatross fighter jet.
Best Of - Greatest Gambles: The guys revisit some of the biggest gambles in the shop's history, including a questionable Gibson mandolin and a rare Albrecht Durer etching.
Money Ball: The staff examine items signed by President Franklin D Roosevelt, as well as a rare photograph taken during baseball star Babe Ruth's debut season. (S16, ep 5)
Trading Up: An original sketch from a popular animation comes into the shop. Plus, Rick is offered what is believed to be a first edition of Richard Nixon's memoir. (S16, ep 6)
Rick Gets Axed: Original artwork from the 1995 Batman-Spiderman crossover comic shows up in the shop. Plus, Rick examines a deadly Revolutionary War halberd. (S16, ep 7)
Monumental Pawn: Rick has a big decision to make when a programme from the unveiling of the Statue of Liberty shows up. He also hits the road to check out a 1966 Chevy II. (S16, ep 8)
RC/DC: A signed AC/DC album and a Beals Model Remington revolver give the team pause for thought. Plus, Rick searches for new ways to publicise the pawn shop. (S16, ep 9)
Knights In Fake Armour?: Series following sharp-eyed pawn shop owners on the outskirts of Las Vegas, the range of goods that come their way and the fakes that might just catch them out.
Rope A Dope: The pawn stars deliberate over a 1929 Chopped Ford Coupe and a mechanical calving rope. And, fed up with one employee arriving late, the Old Man hunts for a fitting punishment.
John Hancock's Hancock: The pawn stars are dumbfounded when they come across a real John Hancock autograph, and get the opportunity to buy an allegedly authentic Indiana Jones whip.
Plane Crazy: Chumlee's purchase of fake art leaves Rick far from impressed, and the Pawn Stars contemplate buying their first-ever plane. But will the deal get off the ground?
Peaches And Pinups: Rick is embarrassed when a lady tries to sell her husband's Playboy collection and Corey contemplates buying a crossbow that hasn't been fired in almost 40 years.
Old Man's Gamble: The Pawn Stars get tempted by a 1979 KISS pinball machine. And Chumlee struggles to raise the cash to buy a classic Harley Davidson, before his old man sells it off.
Boom Or Bust: Rick ponders over a cannon that could be worth up to $40,000, and, as a man tries to pawn his 1.5 ton table saw, the pawn stars wonder how on earth they'll get it to the shop.
Confederate Conundrum: The guys are unsure about the authenticity of an 1861 Civil War sabre, but a 1916 cash register has them considering opening their 2009 cash register.
Sink Or Sell: Corey finds himself in deep water when he buys a 1984 Chris Craft boat without testing it first. Has his hastiness sunk their chances of making a profit on the vessel?
Gangsters & Guitars: Rick can't resist splashing out on Mafia favourite, the 1962 Lincoln Continental with 'suicide doors'. But the old man's not happy. Has he disrespected the family?
Damn Yankees: The old man is hoping to hit a home run with a baseball autographed by the 1951 World Series Champions, the New York Yankees. But will he strike out or hit a home run?
Time Machines: The pawn stars cast their discerning eyes over a 1950s' Coca Cola machine, an 18th century flintlock pistol and a classic 1941 Philco radio.
Brothels & Busses: A young man enters the shop wanting to trade a 1750 blunderbuss gun for an engagement ring. But will seasoned pawnbroker Rick accept the offer or get cold feet?
Rick's Big Bet: The suspicious pawn stars ponder over the authenticity of a WWII German bayonet and whether a rusty 1930s' gas pump will be worth the money and the effort to restore.
Old Man's Booty: The Pawn Stars consider buying a 17th-century treasure chest that nobody can open. A real prize could lie inside, but they'll have to get into it first...
Rick's Bad Day: The boys consider buying a hard-worn German bayonet from WWII and a classic piece of Americana, while the Old Man is hoping to hit the jackpot with a 1930s' slot machine.
Chum Goes Awol: Corey looks for a sound deal on a 1901 Edison Phonograph and Rick comes across some small sculptures cast in solid gold, yet, for some reason, they've been painted black.
Wheels: The Pawn Stars get the chance to buy an incredibly rare 1970s Indian mini-motorcycle, a 17th century bell and a 1900s' roulette wheel. But can they trust that they won't be fakes?
Shocking Chum: The pawn stars debate a bank-breaking deal for the most pricey item they have ever faced. While Rick eyes up a 1948 electric shock therapy machine and a Yamaha Rhino.
Pezzed Off: A brash Pez collector offers Corey and Chum 50 plastic pieces of Americana, and the men puzzle over a mystery inscription on a coaching gun. Will its meaning reveal its worth?
Fired Up: The boys are offered an aeroplane propeller that's linked to Charles Lindbergh and a key chain that might have been Willie Nelson's. But can the sellers prove their authenticity?
Sharks And Cobras: Rick and the Old Man have their eye on an old clock from a WWII ship, before looking to buy one of America's most valuable race cars: a 1965 Shelby Cobra.
Hot Air Buffoon: The boys have a tough decision to make when offered a bottle of Prohibition-era whiskey: buy it or drink it. Meanwhile, Corey purchases a huge hot air balloon.
Pawn Shop Pinot: Chumlee puts a 19th-century winemaker into action, daring to produce some potent 'Pawn Shop Pinot', and Rick checks out a lorry: the priciest pawn ever to enter the shop.
A Shot And A Shave: The guys find out that nothing is as it seems when a quilt made from celebrity autographs and a barber's chair straight from Sweeney Todd both come into the store.
Secret Santa: Christmas at the shop brings festive cheer, alleged revolutionary war currency and a battle axe. It's the season of goodwill but will people still try to fool the Pawn Stars?
Steaks And Stake: The Old Man offers a steak dinner and a cash prize as a staff incentive to boost profits. Who will claim the prize? And could success lie in some 200-year old buttons?
Bikes And Blades: As Corey considers buying a customised 1996 Harley Road King motorcycle with one significant flaw, the guys examine some knives smuggled back from World War II.
Guns And Rangers: The pawn stars get offered an antique key that not only opens doors but shoots bullets, a life-size Power Ranger, and a trophy presented to racing car driver Jeff Gordon.
Flight Of The Chum: The Pawn Stars get the chance to buy one of the quietest aircrafts ever made, a legendary casino chip called 'the one arm bandit' and a signed New York Yankees jersey.
Bumpy Ride: The men get the chance to buy a Grammy trophy and a rare 1930s Coca Cola cooler, before a couple wheel up with a rickshaw used to carry tigers in the Siegfried & Roy stage show.
Helmet Head: Out to secure a big profit, the Pawn Stars deliberate over a 1964 Austin-Healey, a 2006 NBA Championship Ring, and an extremely old and rare diving helmet from the 1800s.
Bow Legged: The men hit treasure when a pirate leg is brought into the shop, Rich gets the chance to buy a top class archery bow and a man wheels up with a full-sized wooden motorcycle.
Hell Week: The Old Man gets his hands on lost footage of President Franklin Roosevelt, Rick considers a cast iron 1800s' coffee grinder and Corey and Chumlee compete in an obstacle race.
A Christmas Special: The pawn stars reflect on the wise buys and white elephants of their year, also discovering what became of the most memorable pieces that passed through their hands.
Zzzzzzz: The Pawn Stars prove they're tough, thrifty and not to be messed with, as they bargain over a Colt revolver, a coffee machine, presidential pins and a spinning wheel.
The British Are Coming: The Pawn Stars check out a 1965 Chevy Impala, meet a man hoping to sell a 1775 Massachusetts war bond and are presented with a classic 1946 Seeburg Jukebox.
License To Pawn: The Pawn Stars get their hands on a cast member's script from James Bond classic Goldfinger, and get tempted by a 10th anniversary edition Datsun ZX and a Civil War stamp.
Gold Diggers: The men think they can strike it rich with a huge gold bar said to be from a 1500s' shipwreck, and a mint condition collection of golden era baseball memorabilia.
The Pawn Stars get the chance to buy a classic 1973 pinball machine and a 1924 gold coin considered the most beautiful ever produced by the US Mint. But can they trust it is real?
Top Secret: The brokers come across top-secret maps and battle plans from the epic World War II battle of Iwo Jima, a 1967 Ford F-100 truck, and a 1860s' ore cart from the Goldfield mines.
Trail Breaker: The Pawn Stars come across a classic 1967 Rokon Trailbreaker motorbike, some rare Mohammed Ali memorabilia and a 1715 Escudo Spanish gold coin that may, or may not, be fake.
Whale Of A Time: The Pawn Stars get their hands on the first ever issue of Playboy to feature Marilyn Monroe and an engraved whale's tooth that could be an 1800s' scrimshaw.
Deals From Hell: The men come across a several hundred-year-old edition of Dante's Inferno, an antique serpent-shaped sword, and the photorights to late King of Pop, Michael Jackson.
Aw Shucks!: The savvy shop men get the chance to buy a speakeasy gaming wheel, a 1900s' handcrank corn-sheller and a mysterious 1800s' coin believed to be from George Washington's funeral.
Chumlee's Dummies: The men are offered a 1939 World War II plane, a munitions receipt from the War of 1812, signed by future President Andrew Jackson, and two life-size cowboy mannequins.
Message In A Bottle: The men are presented with a supposed Civil War spy's whisky flask, two 19th-century English duelling pistols, and the original contract for The Who to play Woodstock.
Tattoos And Tantrums: The guys weigh up whether or not to buy a saddle used by Kevin Costner in the movie Dances With Wolves, and Corey considers making his mark in the tattoo business.
Chopper Gamble: Rick tries to convince the Old Man to buy a helicopter, before setting his sights on a 240-year-old lottery ticket that might, or might not be, signed by George Washington.
Spooning Paul Revere: The men get the chance to buy a spoon made by silversmith and American Revolution patriot Paul Revere, an 1800s' cuckoo clock and a mysterious vintage archery bow.
Off The Wagon: The Pawn Stars get the chance to buy a huge chunk of American history when a Civil War sword comes their way. One of the US's rarest motorbikes also rolls into the shop.
Backroom Brawl: The Pawn Stars puzzle over a pocket-sized sundial that's concealing an interesting secret, and Corey and Chumlee target a rifle sharp-shooting arcade game from the 60s.
Fortune In Flames: At the shop, Rick struggles to get a good deal for a flame thrower, while Corey and Chumlee try their luck in an auction for a classic gypsy fortune-teller machine.
Big Guns: The Pawn Stars are presented with an explosive set of Soviet nuclear missile launch keys, a Gibson 1920s' ukulele banjo and two of the biggest guns that Rick has ever seen.
Strike, Spare, Boom: The pawnbrokers cast their eyes over a British WWII gas mask, an intact ticket for the 1965 Muhammad Ali versus Floyd Patterson fight, and an antique 1930s' spotlight.
Getting A Head: Rick is shocked to come across a gory human shrunken head from the Amazon jungles, and thrilled to stumble upon a 1969 Buick Skylark and a Civil War field desk. (S4, ep 10)
Monkey Business: The men are faced with a hat said to have been worn by John Wayne, a 1950s' chimp toy, and an etching allegedly made by Rembrandt. But can they trust their sellers?
The Eagle has Landed: The Pawn Stars look to buy a 1973 Jeep CJ5, a collection of photographs from the final Apollo space program mission, and an 1861 Double Eagle 20 dollar gold piece.
The Pawn Stars set their sights on a sharpshooter's Kentucky Long Rifle, a rare 60s' GI Jane nurse doll, and a set of silver dishes pilfered from Hitler's mountain hideaway.
The guys unearth a collection of ancient Mazon Creek fossils, gamble on a blackjack table from the Stardust Casino and stumble on a Down and Dirty custom motorcycle frame.
Like A Rolling Chum: The guys get the chance to buy a hockey stick signed by the legendary US 1980s Olympic champion ice hockey team, and an original 1970 Bob Dylan vinyl.
A competitive dragster sets hearts racing amongst the guys, and a seller with an intriguing kit for detecting Japanese landmines gives the men a price to ponder.
Rough Riders: Rick and the Old Man eye a Civil War bugle and meet the grandson of a famous Prime Minister who comes in with a clock which was presented to his grandfather by Richard Nixon.
Moon Walking: The Pawn Stars are staggered to find a flag from one of NASA's last missions to the Moon signed by the Apollo 16 crew, and a set of NFL pins from the first 20 Super Bowls.
Cornering the Colonel: The Pawn Stars get the once-in-a-lifetime chance to buy the iconic suit of Kentucky Fried Chicken founder Colonel Sanders, as well as a vintage punching bag game.
Gone with the Schwinn: The thrilled Pawn Stars are presented with a collection of personal tapes from Rat Pack legend Sammy Davis Jr and a pair of pristine 1950s' Schwinn Phantom Bicycles.
Phoning it in: The men come across a rare stash of personal letters from Kennedy brothers John, Bobby, and Teddy; a collection of 1980s' Transformers; and vintage Mickey Mouse telephones.
Peeping Pawn: The men get the chance to buy a hand grenade made by a top-secret American World War II spy program, a 1776 Massachusetts penny, and a 1950s' peep show machine.
Double Trouble: The team toast the discovery of a rare unopened bottle of 1921 Dom Perignon and discover a chilling collection of Freddy Krueger dolls from Nightmare On Elm Street.
Ace in the Hole: The men get a taste of the Old West when they find an antique professional gambler's kit. They also ponder a 1950s' radiation detector and some 1896 currency. (S4, ep 9)
Wise Guys: An M3 Armoured Scout Truck from World War II, a check signed by notorious mobster Carlo Gambino and a 1987 Apple II GS computer offer the guys some tricky dilemmas.
Pawn Illustrated: The guys aim their sights on a rare half-size musket, the jacket of a WWII pilot who flew in a P-38 Lightning and the first three years of Sports Illustrated magazine.
Ah Shoot!: The guys zoom in on a long-lost picture by great photographer Ansel Adams. They later hope to get their hands on a Jaguar XJ6 and a ball signed by the 1946 Chicago Bears team.
Put Up Your Dukes: The guys get the chance to buy a 450-year-old book allegedly annotated by Sir Isaac Newton, an American Spanish Civil War jacket and John Wayne memorabilia. (S5, ep 12)
Case Closed: The Pawn Stars reopen the case of the century when a man brings in a detective's file from the infamous 1932 kidnap of renowned aviator Charles Lindbergh's son. (S5, ep 13)
The guys come across items that belonged to the legendary Wyatt Earp and a 1984 Olympic medal. Meanwhile, a perfect pair of 1800s pistols sound alarm bells for Rick.
Spidey Cents: The Pawn Stars cast their expert eyes over a piece of the Apollo 13 rocket, a classic 1973 Husqvarna Enduro motorcycle and some original artwork from a Spider-Man comic.
Chummobile: The guys get the chance to buy the legendary Batmobile, ponder over a letter signed by Thomas Jefferson and James Madison and discover a spy's desk that's packed with secrets.
Houdini's Handcuffs: The guys are thrilled to come across Harry Houdini's shackles and handcuffs, as well as rare 1940s cereal box freebies and the 1999 Vince Lombardi Super Bowl trophy.
Robosaurus: The guys come face to face with a huge 31-ton robosaurus and get presented with an Uncle Sam piggy bank from 1886. Meanwhile, a computer meltdown threatens to close the shop.
Harrison for President: The guys come across fabric allegedly from William Henry Harrison's presidential campaign and an old grabber machine. But will both deals slip through their fingers?
Darth Pawn: The Pawn Stars hit gold when they come across a priceless Stradivarius violin from 1763, a set of life-size Star Wars figures and a World War II aeroplane's version of GPS.
Never Surrender: The guys ponder a letter allegedly signed by Winston Churchill, a fascinating Holy Relic and a Hummer in need of rewiring. But will their scepticism cost them big money?
Packing Heat: The guys check out a 1962 mobster-style Cadillac Fleetwood limousine, a collection of 1990s Atlanta Braves championship World Series rings and two vintage pistol lighters.
Honest Abe: A ribbon from Abraham Lincoln's 1860 presidential campaign, an old dynamite detonator and a pair of Air Jordan basketball shoes come up for grabs. But what are they worth?
Striking a Chord: The guys are presented with a rare 18th-century book documenting the first laws of congress, a 'hi-tech' robot from the 80s and a mandolin that could be worth $100,000.
Pedal To The Metal: The guys are thrilled to meet a man with a poem handwritten by Jimi Hendrix. They also get presented with a 1950s pedal car and a chessboard made from the Titanic.
Weird Science: The sharp-eyed Harrisons head to Utah to cut deals on historic firearms. Later, a weird electric zapping machine catches the eager eyes of Corey and Chumlee. (S7, ep 1)
Poker Night: A man comes in touting a gambling set, complete with knife and pistol for when the going gets rough. Later, Chumlee questions the value of a Snoop Dogg doll. (S7, ep 10)
Security: The Pawn Stars examine a drum from the Civil War and a motorcycle club uniform. Meanwhile, Chumlee temporarily takes over from Antwaun, the shop security guard. (S7, ep 11)
Rick Or Treat: Halloween hits the store as customers bring in a spooky 19th-century vampire killing kit and a set of creepy equipment used in paranormal investigations. (S7, ep 12)
Mile High Club: The team prepares to fight for a good price on a Cold War fighter jet and ponders the value of a bat and glove signed by 'Sultan of Swat' Babe Ruth. (S7, ep 13)
Buyer Beware: Staff at the pawn shop ponder the value of a 1940s mandolin. They also come across a signed print of Abraham Lincoln. But can they trust its authenticity? (S7, ep 14)
Patriot Games: The guys come across a Bullitt movie poster signed by Steve McQueen. They also attempt to decipher illegible secrets locked in a Civil War diary. (S7, ep 15)
Looney Dunes: The guys check out two dune buggies and a 1930s Levi's jacket. Jimi Hendrix's former photographer also arrives, waving a host of unpublished pictures. (S7, ep 16)
Pony Up: Rick is torn between fear and amazement when a man brings in a secret service ID and counterfeit cash. He also finds a device that can predict winning racehorses. (S7, ep 17)
Corey's Big Play: The guys check out a ball and chain from the oldest prison in Arizona, as well as a 1924 Dodge Brothers sedan, complete with its original wooden wheels. (S7, ep 18)
Silence Of The Lambo: Rick is placed in a sticky situation when a client brings in a set of Saddam Hussein's fingerprints, taken in Baghdad by the FBI. (S7, ep 19)
Silent And Deadly: The guys discover a piece of marble from Abraham Lincoln's tomb, a deadly African sword and an antique Charlie Chaplin doll. But can they trust their sellers? (S7, ep 2)
Blaze Of Glory: The guys check out a 1937 Oldsmobile, allegedly owned by gangster Bugsy Siegel. They also examine the world's smallest pistol and a 1984 Olympic torch. (S7, ep 20)
Apocalypse Wow: Rick takes a $5,500 risk on an alleged work by Renaissance artist Albrecht Durer. Later, he checks out a motorcycle. But is it worth what its owner claims? (S7, ep 21)
High Tops: The guys get their hands on a rare pair of Marty McFly high-top trainers, as well as the original AC motor invented by Nikola Tesla. (S7, ep 22)
Pipe Dreams: Corey and the Old Man discover Ulysses S Grant's meerschaum pipe and bet on a shoe from Triple Crown-winning racehorse Secretariat bringing home the money. (S7, ep 3)
Out Of Gas: The guys check out a 2000 Porsche Carrera and get the rare chance to buy a hat owned by Lynyrd Skynyrd's Ronnie Van Zant. But will they seize their opportunities? (S7, ep 4)
The King's Bling: Rick gets all shook up when a man brings in a heavy gold necklace owned by Elvis Presley. The guys are also wowed by 200 vintage Matchbox cars. (S7, ep 5)
High Stakes: Corey has a monstrous decision to make over a signed copy of Bram Stoker's Dracula. Plus, Rick makes a winning play for some hot American football memorabilia. (S7, ep 6)
Pirate's Booty: The guys feast their eyes on a street-legal pirate ship parade float and a fantastic WWII bomber jacket that has survived 29 missions, including D-Day. (S7, ep 7)
Bugs Money: Corey and Chumlee go looney over a Bugs Bunny poster signed by voice of Bugs, Mel Blanc. The guys also get the chance to buy a golf club owned by Dean Martin. (S7, ep 8)
Teacher's Pet: Chumlee shares his top tips for running a pawn business with eager security guard Antwan. Plus, a rare WWII bombsight turns up at the shop. (S7, ep 9)
Help Wanted: The guys check out a collection of antique cast-iron piggy banks and a rare triple-barrelled firearm. They also hunt for a new broker to cover the night shift. (S8, ep 1)
Les Is More: The guys do a deal on a 1961 Les Paul SG guitar. They also come across a 1969 edition of National Geographic, covering the momentous Apollo 11 landing. (S8, ep 10)
Ring Around A Rockne: The guys are blown away by a ring that once belonged to mob boss Lucky Luciano, as well as a letter signed by legendary football coach Knute Rockne. (S8, ep 11)
Cash Is King: The guys are wowed by the signed memoirs of King Edward VIII and his wife Wallis Simpson, as well as an antique collection of 1950s tin army trucks. (S8, ep 12)
Pawnocchio: The guys stumble upon a Cy Young baseball card from 1909, some rare handcrafted Pinocchio dolls and a harmonica that once belonged to Aerosmith's Steven Tyler. (S8, ep 13)
Hole In One: The Pawn Stars set their sights on a musket made by cotton gin inventor Eli Whitney. They also come across a golf ball owned by President Lyndon B Johnson. (S8, ep 14)
Huddle Up: The team stumble on a souvenir of the Miami Dolphins' inaugural year and hear from a woman who claims she has unseen footage of President Frank D Roosevelt. (S8, ep 15)
Bear-Ly There: The Pawn Stars set their sights on an 1870s Volcanic pistol, stumble upon a rare World War II gas mask and negotiate a deal on a giant Steiff bear. (S8, ep 16)
James Gang Rides Again: The Pawn Stars are presented with original photographs of Old West outlaw Jesse James and a Leslie organ speaker from the 1950s. (S8, ep 17)
Wild Thing: The guys check out a fighter plane flown in WWII. Plus, nostalgia strikes Rick when a 1974 VW Thing cruises by. Will his feelings affect his negotiating skills? (S8, ep 18)
Zoodoo: The guys question the value of a can of joke elephant manure and check out some signed presidential memoirs and a robot toy from the movie Forbidden Planet. (S8, ep 19)
$=MC2: Great finds come thick and fast, as the guys lay their hands on a rare photograph of Albert Einstein and a collection of top-secret documents from the Pentagon. (S8, ep 2)
Guns Blazing: One of the rarest guns in American history pops up in the Pawn Stars' shop, as well as a tyre that once belonged to NASCAR driver Dale Earnhardt. (S8, ep 20)
Pawn With The Wind: The guys are thrilled when a $1 bill signed by Clark Gable arrives. An item from Ulysses S. Grant's funeral also finds its way into Rick's hands. (S8, ep 21)
Learning The Ropes: The guys are wowed by a first-edition copy of Henry David Thoreau's classic Walden. Plus, interviews begin to find a new broker for the night shift. (S8, ep 3)
The guys check out a 1920s doll of aviator Charles Lindbergh, as well as a harmonica that formerly belonged to Aerosmith frontman Steven Tyler. (S8, ep 4)
Crosby Stills And Cash: The Pawn Stars try to strike a deal on a guitar signed by 60s supergroup Crosby, Stills & Nash. They also check out a pair of WWII bomb fins. (S8, ep 5)
Air Mail: The guys check out a piece of airmail flown on Charles Lindbergh's Spirit of St Louis, along with a collection of 1970s mini bikes and an early 1900s baseball bat. (S8, ep 6)
Yankee Panky: An extremely rare Jimi Hendrix poster, a race suit worn by Paul Newman and a baseball bat signed by three Hall of Famers find their way into the shop. (S8, ep 7)
Over The Moon: A WWII pilot's jacket and part of Apollo 11 turn up in the shop. The guys also find a book signed by J. Edgar Hoover. Can they prove its autograph is real? (S8, ep 8)
Cash Cash Bang Bang: The guys negotiate hot deals on a first issue Spider-Man comic, an antique 1860 pistol and a mining stock certificate issued to Mark Twain in 1876. (S8, ep 9)
Extreme Pawnover: Chumlee checks out a unique Ford Model A, Corey casts his eyes over vintage Pinocchio and Donald Duck toys and Rick makes some expensive renovations. (S13, ep 1)
Bang Bang: The guys eye up a first issue Spider-Man comic book, an antique 1860 Colt army pistol and a gold mining stock certificate issued to author Mark Twain. (S13, ep 12)
You Snooze You Lose: Corey steps up to the plate when the chance to buy a set of 1933 baseball cards comes up. Meanwhile, Rick checks out a two-handed German sword. (S13, ep 13)
McKinley Family Jewels: Rick falls in love with a former First Lady's fancy heirloom. Plus, a Felix the Cat toy comes into the shop and Rick receives a mystery package. (S13, ep 14)
Shamrocked: It's St Patrick's Day but not everyone is in the holiday spirit. Can a jacket from the first-ever Pro Bowl and a 1965 Buick Riviera make the Pawn Stars' day? (S13, ep 20)
Head Games: Rick hopes for the deal of his dreams when pendants from the first two Super Bowls come into the shop. He also checks out a pair of Igorot spears. (S13, ep 15)
Choo Choo Chum: The guys check out a Marlin rifle and a model train. They also scrutinise the autograph of reclusive millionaire Howard Hughes. But how much is it worth? (S13, ep 17)
Brew Master: Corey races to check out a souvenir from the Indianapolis Motor Speedway and a rare medal comes into the store. Chumlee attempts to make the perfect homebrew. (S13, ep 3)
April Fooled: The Old Man sails down memory lane with navy nostalgia from his former ship, the USS Chowanoc. Corey checks out a Civil War era sword made by Tiffany & Co. (S13, ep 22)
Tee'd Off: A piece of golfing history inspires Chumlee and Corey to make a wager on the course. At the shop, Rick checks out an organ owned by Aerosmith's Steve Tyler. (S13, ep 9)
Traffic Jammed: The team scrutinise a letter recovered from the 1958 United Flight 736 crash and parts from the Queen Mary ocean liner. Chumlee gets made carpark manager. (S13, ep 18)
Rough And Tumble: The guys check out some items signed by Grizzly Adams actor Dan Haggerty, a piece of flag carried by Teddy Roosevelt's Rough Riders and a foot oscillator. (S13, ep 2)
Chum's Revenge: Rick gets fired up over a 1956 Buick before a Neil Diamond jacket arrives in the store. Chumlee is left out when the Harrisons get their portrait painted. (S13, ep 19)
Sleeping Giant: The guys rock out when a 1969 Les Paul guitar shows up. Can they get it for a song? Later, action is needed when the Old Man is once again caught snoozing. (S13, ep 21)
Saddle Up: An extraordinary Abraham Lincoln campaign poster from 1864 comes up for grabs. Chumlee returns to his youth when a Turbo Man action figure flies into the shop. (S13, ep 23)
Road Test: A guitar once belonging to The Who's John Entwistle strikes a chord with Rick. Plus, the guys decide to put the Old Man's driving to the test. (S13, ep 24)
Ponies And Phonies: The guys check out a bible thought to have been carried by Pony Express riders and an R2D2 Pepsi machine. Plus, it's time for intern Lili's appraisal. (S13, ep 16)
The Great Pawnbino: This week, the Pawn Stars cast their eyes over a personal check signed by Babe Ruth and a collection of Navy buttons that date back to the Civil War. (S13, ep 3)
Sunday Funday: The Pawn Stars cast their eyes over some American Football memorabilia, including a ball signed by Pro Football Hall of Famer Walter Payton. (S13, ep 5)
Rock Bottom: Rick checks out a rock crawler while Corey discovers a jersey worn by sports star Bob Hayes. Plus, can the guys solve the problem of their bad online reviews? (S13, ep 6)
Chords Swords and Rewards: The guys check out a sword belonging to the Freemasons and a Gibson Master Museum guitar. Meanwhile, Chumlee asks for a pay rise. (S13, ep 7)
Magic Bus: Rick checks out a fully restored 1960s VW Samba, featuring a rare 23-window design. Meanwhile, Chumlee is determined to win the employee of the month award. (S13, ep 8)
Purple Haze: The guys cast their eyes over a collection of Viking items, before Corey and Chumlee are offered a photo signed by The Doors. (S13, ep 10)
Field Trip: Rick examines an old Semie Moseley guitar, the Old Man and Chumlee find signed photos of the Enola Gay, and a class of kids takes a field trip to the shop. (S13, ep 11)
Tag Team: Baseball star Mickey Mantle's Bible and a pen used by President Lyndon B Johnson arrive in the shop. The guys start a contest that tests their buying skills. (S14, ep 1)
Pawn U: A first-edition Mark Twain novel shows up in the shop, along with a 1953 Peter Pan animation. Plus, Rick tries to teach a college student his tricks of the trade. (S14, ep 10)
Daddy's Girl: The guys check out Keith Haring artwork and a piece of Civil War history. Rick must deal with car salesman and shop regular Davey when he goes to buy a car. (S14, ep 11)
Dam Good Time: Rick negotiates over a cigar box that once belonged to JFK. A Civil War era photo of General Custer turns up. But can Rick trust its authenticity? (S14, ep 12)
Who's Your Dali?: The guys check out a painting by Salvador Dali and a note signed by famous mountaineer Edmund Hillary. But are either worthy of a place in the pawn shop? (S14, ep 7)
Chumlee's Last Laugh: The Pawn Stars check out a huge Dukes of Hazzard toy collection. Later, can Chumlee make the others laugh as he tries his hand at stand-up comedy? (S14, ep 13)
Spacing Out: A Space 2005 wristwatch radio rockets into the shop. Plus, can Rick steer negotiations over a rare 1964 VW Karmann Ghia in his favour? (S14, ep 14)
In The Doghouse: The guys check out a hand drawn map from the Normandy invasion, as well as a mysterious old coin. Rick tries to build a kennel for his daughter's dog. (S14, ep 15)
Fiesta Loco: A seller offering a landscape painted by Monet gives off mixed impressions. Could this painting be worth a million dollars? (S14, ep 2)
Spruce Goose: The guys fly high when a piece of Howard Hughes' famous Spruce Goose aircraft arrives in store. Celebrity portraits by Stephen Fishwick also catch their eye. (S14, ep 3)
All In: The stakes are high when a seller brings in a poker cheating device. Could this contraption of deception be worth a gamble? Later, Chum hosts a cards night. (S14, ep 4)
New Old Man: A confederate children's school book and a set of Cabbage Patch Kids come into the shop. Plus, Rick buys a Porsche. Could it be the start of a mid-life crisis? (S14, ep 5)
Tickets To Ride: A pair of rare tickets for The Beatles' film A Hard Day's Night arrive in the shop, as well as an 1850s Indian Peace Medal given by President Fillmore. (S14, ep 16)
Everybody Do The Dinosaur: Boss takes on employee in a battle of negotiating skills after Rick takes a fancy to something at Chumlee's garage sale. Who will come out on top? (S14, ep 6)
Breaking The Bank: Staff at the world-famous pawn shop check out an NBA legend's old sneakers, as well as a rare Half Eagle coin from the Civil War. (S14, ep 8)
Reeling And Dealing: Chumlee steps up to the plate when a Babe Ruth baseball mitt turns up. A pocket fishing rod inspires Rick to show Corey and Chumlee the joys of angling. (S14, ep 9)
Get In The Ring: The Pawn Stars fight for memorabilia from undefeated boxing champ Rocky Marciano. Plus, Rick takes a look at a one-of-a-kind glow-in-the-dark car. (S15, ep 3)
Colts And Vikings: Corey checks out a Colt Army Model 1860 revolver from the Civil war, while Rick sets his sights on a Viking coin. Chum hatches a plan to get a pay rise. (S15, ep 12)
Break On Through: A painted door from the former home of The Doors' Jim Morrison shows up. Corey checks out some rare motorcycles. But can Rick stop him from overspending? (S15, ep 13)
Playboys And Players: A collection of Playboy Club memorabilia arrives in the shop. Plus, Corey and Chum check out a pair of old Murray bicycles. (S15, ep 14)
Go For Chum: Corey and Chum are starstruck by a collection of autographed postcards from some of the biggest names in Hollywood. Rick spots an authentic moonshine still. (S15, ep 15)
Shufflin And Hustlin: Rick checks out an early version of Rip Van Winkle. Plus, Corey and Chum's eyes light up when they find a candle shaped like Richard Nixon's head. (S15, ep 16)
Bo Knows: The shop doors open on an etching by Pablo Picasso and a bat signed by legendary athlete Bo Jackson. Plus, Chum surprises the others by joining a book club. (S15, ep 17)
Break Room Battle: The guys check out a tuneful antique circus calliope and letter signed by JFK. Plus, there's drama when Rick hangs a unique painting in the break room. (S15, ep 18)
Secret Admirer: Corey negotiates over a 1900s dentist chair, while Rick checks out merchandise from the film Wayne's World. Plus, who could be Rick's new secret admirer? (S15, ep 20)
Hidden Treasure: A tree containing a stashed 1800s revolver raises eyebrows in the shop. Plus, Chumlee checks out a Pietro Facchetti etching. (S15, ep 21)
Rock Stars And Race Cars: The guys check out a self-portrait of the Rolling Stones' Ronnie Wood. Plus, a stack of love letters written by actor Mickey Rooney are sent in. (S15, ep 2)
Rick Rock And Roll: Corey tries not to be a Scrooge when two first editions of A Christmas Carol appear in the shop. Meanwhile, Rick is rocked when a meteorite drops in. (S15, ep 4)
Tricky Ricky: The staff check out a signed jersey from quarterback Dan Fouts and Harry Blackstone's vanishing birdcage. But how much could these items be worth? (S15, ep 25)
Dodging Dillinger: Clients offer up bullet shells from depression-era gangster John Dillinger's last robbery, a vintage Schwinn Whizzer and a Stretch Armstrong doll. (S15, ep 26)
Birthday Blues: A military ID signed by Marilyn Monroe amuses the pawn shop staff. Plus, Corey and Antwaun sneakily plan a birthday surprise for Chumlee. (S15, ep 27)
Pawn Fiction: A jacket from the set of movie Pulp Fiction shows up in the shop, along with opera gloves signed by Hollywood legend Clark Gable. (S15, ep 29)
Book Of Rick: The guys take a look at a guitar pedal used by Nirvana's Kurt Cobain. Plus, could an 1842 Book of Mormon be the most expensive tome ever to enter the shop? (S15, ep 1)
Van Gogh A Go Go: The team scrutinise works thought to be by Vincent van Gogh. Corey and Chumlee head back to their youth when a vintage skateboard collection rolls in. (S15, ep 30)
Tough Cookie: A gold and silver Remington Arms gun pops up in the shop. Also, Corey and Chumlee look to strike a deal on a Mr T doll. (S14, ep 31)
Smarty Pants: The guys check out a guitar owned by music legend Stephen Stills, along with a fascinating detective's camera from the 1800s. (S15, ep 32)
Chummified: The arrival of a mummified falcon gives the Pawn Stars a purchase to ponder. Plus, an autographed Harlem Globetrotters basketball from 1978 bounces in. (S15, ep 33)
United We Stand: Rick and Corey check out an unrestored BSA bike from World War II. The Pawn Stars also spy a pair of Roberto Clemente prototype sneakers. (S15, ep 34)
Pinball Punch: Chumlee checks out two classic pinball machines while Rick turns his attention to a carrier pigeon capsule from WWI. Plus, Rick decides to take up boxing. (S15, ep 5)
McQueen Dreams: The guys get their hands on a letter from World War I fighter ace Eddie Rickenbacker, an 1865 military swagger stick and some The Great Escape posters. (S15, ep 35)
Chum Fever: The guys check out two antique telephones and a rare porcelain bowl originating from the Ch'ien-lung dynasty. A sick Chum struggles to make it through the day. (S15, ep 36)
Rick's A Riot: The Pawn Stars lay their hands on a 1969 Gibson Les Paul, as well as a Los Angeles Lakers backpack signed by members of the 2004 team. (S15, ep 37)
Wake Up Call: A highly-collectible 1964 770 Amphicar sails into the shop. Plus, Corey and Chum check out a 1939 National Bowling Association Championship Ring. (S15, ep 38)
The Chum System: A nightstick believed to be owned by 18th US President Ulysses S Grant and a collection of vintage skateboard stickers both pique the Pawn Stars' interest. (S15, ep 39)
Clowning Around: A Red Skelton portrait and a Gene Autry guitar catch the Pawn Stars' eyes. Chum tries to sell his shoe collection in the shop... but Rick has other ideas. (S15, ep 40)
Off To The Races: Determined to find out who is the better driver, the guys head to the race track. But not before a Tibetan door and a rare book show up in store. (S15, ep 41)
Chum's Secret Stash: Will Rick's eye for a deal pay off when he spots sunglasses reportedly owned by President George Bush Sr? Plus, Rick discovers Chum's secret stash. (S15, ep 19)
Mini Rick: Rick checks out a 1947 Wurlitzer jukebox and a broadside issued by President Lincoln. Plus, Chumlee frustrates him when he brings a child into the shop. (S15, ep 22)
Flying High: A guitar signed by Bruce Springsteen's bandmate Garry Tallent rocks up in the shop. Plus, Rick checks out a 1964 Peace Dollar. (S15, ep 23)
Fireworks And Freedom: The guys check out a WWII Morse Code reader and a letter written by John Quincy Adams. Plus, Corey bravely takes over the annual 4 July barbecue. (S15, ep 6)
Game Over: Corey checks out a set of 1960s The Beatles bobble-heads, while Rick and Corey negotiate over a hovercraft. Plus, an arcade game starts a shop competition. (S15, ep 24)
Biggest Buys And Busts: A look back at the biggest buys and busts from the shop. (S15, ep 41)
The Adventures of Corey & Chum: With Rick Harrison. Revisit some of the coolest items Pawn Stars' Corey and Chumlee have ever seen, including a one-of-a-kind Gibson guitar. (S15, ep 42)
Greatest Haggles: A look back at some the greatest deals and haggles from the series. (S15, ep 43)
Mr Cool: Rick sizes up a signed print of a famous Ansel Adams photograph. Plus, can the shop cash in on a 1791 one-cent coin? (S15, ep 7)
Press One For Chum: An autograph of baseball legend Honus Wagner lands in the shop. Plus, Rick checks out a first edition of Nabokov's controversial novel, Lolita. (S15, ep 8)
Chumdae: A 1967 Shelby GT350 speeds into the shop. Plus, Chumlee toys with the idea of buying one of the first video game consoles, a Magnavox Odyssey 200. (S15, ep 9)
Put Up Your Nukes: The guys are shocked when a seller claims to own a cover for a thermonuclear warhead. Plus, a mandolin from Bob Wills' Texas Playboys shows up. (S15, ep 10)
Pawn Apocalypse: The shop opens its doors on vintage Aerosmith tour shirts and a US Navy foghorn. Corey examines a state-of-the-art survival vehicle built to fight zombies. (S1, ep 11)
Pawn of Fire: A model train, allegedly owned by 'The Man in Black' Johnny Cash rolls into the shop. Is the train worth adding to Rick's rock'n'roll collection? (S17, ep 1)
Pawn in the USA: Rick gets a visit from The Boss when a Bruce Springsteen tour jacket rocks into the store. Meanwhile, Corey checks out some motorcycle art. (S17, ep 10)
Stairway to Pawn: Rick checks out a bass guitar signed by Led Zeppelin's John Paul Jones and The Who's John Entwistle, but is he all about that bass? (S17, ep 11)
Capture The Pawn: Rick prepares for war when a rare 1589 manual for war practices and fortifying defences comes into the store. (S17, ep 12)
No Pawn for You!: A signed script from Seinfeld hits the store, while Chum and Corey go over a barrel for a vintage Donkey Kong arcade machine. (S17, ep 13)
First Lady of Pawn: Rick grapples over a decision when a WWE Hall of Fame ring hits the store. (S17, ep 14)
Titanic Pawn: A 1906 Silver Half Dollar that belonged to a passenger on the Titanic sails into the shop. Will Rick snap it up or will it sink without trace? (S17, ep 16)
Lock, Stock And Pawn: Rick checks out various curious items including a 19th-century Hobbs & Co lock box and an original Woody Woodpecker painting. (S17, ep 18)
Pawn No Evil: Chum checks out a Japanese animatronic monkey - is it worth a pretty penny or is the seller going to make a monkey out of him? (S17, ep 15)
Pawn of Liberty: Rick feels some good vibrations when an original Beach Boys surfboard rides into the shop, then checks out a unique painting of the Statue of Liberty.
Hidden Pawn: A 1769 set of playing cards with hidden political message shuffles into the shop. Also, Corey checks out a set of Charlie's Angels figurines. (S17, ep 17)
Party on, Pawn: A piece of the 1990s rolls into the shop as the guys check out "The Mirthmobile" from 'Wayne's World'. Can they resist a blast of Bohemian Rhapsody? (S17, ep 2)
Pawn in Space: Rick and the gang encounter seeds that were sent into space, a spaceship toilet seat, and a photo autographed by famous astronauts. (S17, ep 24)
Best Of - Money Makers: Break out the wallet and revisit some of the priciest items in the shop, including an alleged Edward Hopper, a Star Wars collection and an incredibly rare coin.
Best Of - Wicked Weapons: The guys break out the big guns as they revisit some of the most wicked items to ever come in the shop, including a desk with a dark secret.
Best Of 60s Pawn: The swinging 60s have taken over as the Pawn Stars look back at an original Playboy Bunny outfit, a Batphone, and a set of Jimi Hendrix prints. (S17, ep 1)
Best Of 70s Pawn: The 70s have taken over as the Pawn Stars look back at some of their favourite items. (S17, ep 2)
Best Of 80s Pawn: The 80s have taken over as the Pawn Stars look back at some of their favourite items. (S17, ep 3)
Best Of 90s Pawn: The 90s have taken over as the Pawn Stars look back at some of their favourite items. (S17, ep 4)
The guys revisit some of the show's greatest Star Wars memorabilia, including an original Revenge of the Jedi poster, a Jabba the Hutt Play-Doh set and a rare set of movie props.
Fender Bender: Rick checks out a 1939 Superman doll, while Corey has a jam on a 1952 Fender Telecaster. (S17, ep 3)
Napoleon Bonapawn: A rare Rolling Stones record spins into the shop, but will it get Rick satisfaction? (S17, ep 4)
Eye of the Tiger: A banner from the secret WWII airborne division The Flying Tigers flies into the shop. Also, Chum gets his hands on a 1980s Ooze-it toy. (S17, ep 5)
Godfather of Pawn: A suit worn by the Godfather of Soul, James Brown, dances its way into the store. Will it make Rick want to get up offa that thing? (S17, ep 6)
Promissory Pawn: A promissory note from the Mexican-American war comes into the shop, while Corey and Chum check out a water-propelled jetpack. (S17, ep 7)
Riders on the Pawn: Among the novel objects brought into the shop this time are a yearbook featuring Jim Morrison, and a signed buoy from the TV show Baywatch. (S17, ep 8)
Prohibition Pawn: Chum checks out an antique corkscrew from the Prohibition era, while Rick checks out an 1834 book of the original rules of baseball. (S17, ep 9)