Next Episode of Pawn Stars is
Season 15 / Episode 25 and airs on 24 April 2018 02:00
Long before banks, ATMS and check-cashing services, there were pawn shops. Pawning was the leading form of consumer credit in the United States until the 1950s, and pawn shops are still helping everyday people make ends meet. Pawn Stars takes you inside the colorful world of the pawn business. At the Gold & Silver Pawn Shop on the outskirts of Las Vegas, three generations of the Harrison family - grandfather Richard, son Rick and grandson Corey - jointly run the family business, and there's clashing and camaraderie every step of the way. The three men use their sharp eyes and skills to assess the value of items from the commonplace to the truly historic, including a 16th-century samurai sword, a Super Bowl ring, a Picasso painting and a 17th-century stay of execution. It's up to them to determine what's real and what's fake, as they reveal the often surprising answer to the questions on everyone's mind, "What's the story behind it?" and "What's it worth?"
Cruise the streets with the Pawn Stars when a 1969 Triumph Motorcycle gets Rick's engine roaring. Will he ride to an offer or will it veer off-road? Next, the first ever issue of Mad comics illustrates its way into the shop. Will Rick make a satirical sale or will the deal go unpublished? And later, Corey locks and loads when a 1800s Parker Brothers shotgun fires in. Will he trigger a deal or will he shoot it down?
Lose your senses with the Pawn Stars when a Japanese animatronic "speak no evil, see no evil, hear no evil" monkey swings in. Will Chum take the moral high ground or will he turn a blind eye? Then, Rick feels cheated when a painting revealing Glenn Ford's love affair with Marilyn Monroe two-times its way into the shop. Will Rick commit to the best price or will the negotiation be a quickie? Next, things get greasy when Rick checks out an 1800s wooden oil barrel. Will he pump out a sale or will the deal run dry? And later, a Chinese Ming Dynasty Kuan banknote reigns over the shop. Will Rick inflate an offer or will he pass the buck?
All hands on deck with the Pawn Stars when a set of 1814 naval history books from John Adam's personal library sails into the shop. Will Rick anchor up to a deal or will he throw them overboard? Next, an electronic cigar box guitar signed by the legendary frontman Sammy Hagar rocks in. Will Rick think it's red-hot hit or will he cancel the tour? Then, a 1901 coin sorter comes into the shop. Will Chum count up an offer or will he get rid of the loose change? And later, Rick rides out to see his restored 19th century racing sulky. Will he think it's a two-wheeled winner or will he gallop out the door?
Brush up on American history with the Pawn Stars and revisit some of the greatest Civil War items to ever enter the shop: a Civil War veteran's rifle, a campaign ribbon from Lincoln's first election in 1860, a sterling-silver flask used in the Civil War, a lap desk made by the physician who treated John Wilkes Booth - Dr. Samuel Mudd, a soldier's engraved pocket watch, an 1864 Lincoln/Johnson campaign poster and a Confederate-era schoolbook containing mathematical problems that leave Rick puzzled.
Giddy up with the Pawn Stars when early Western film star Harry Carey's collection of nearly 200 celebrity autographs lassos into the shop. Will Rick make a bonanza of an offer or ride the deal off into the sunset? Next, a 1900s Wrigley Gum vending machine pops in to the shop. Will Corey double his fun or find it's lost its flavor? Then, a measuring device known as a railroad equilibristat chugs in. Can Rick lay down an offer or will he derail negotiations? And later, a 1960s Jimmy Jet toy zooms in. Will Chum land on a price or will he steer off course?
Gaze at the sky with the Pawn Stars when an astrological armillary sphere orbits the shop. Will Rick make a celestial deal or will they be galaxies apart? Next, a British Smarties candy dispenser sweetens up to Rick. Will he play the game or send the chocolate beans back to England? Then, things get jazzy when a signed Louis Armstrong photo and handkerchief scat in. Will Corey think it's a wonderful world or will he send Pops packing? And later, a vintage Ghirardelli billboard gets Chum tongue-tied. Will it be a sweet deal or will it leave a bitter taste in his mouth?
Get spooked out with the Pawn Stars when a 1547 edition of "The Dance of Death" haunts the shop. Will Rick take the book to his grave or will the negotiation have a bitter end? Next, things get whimsical when two sculptures from Dr. Seuss' unorthodox taxidermy collection are brought in. Will Rick's heart grow two sizes or will he say, "Green eggs and scram"? And later, a tear-gas baton forces its way into the shop. Will Corey think it's a riot or will he be blinded by the price?
Jam out with the Pawn Stars when a custom Fender quad guitar rocks into the shop. Will Corey hit the right chord on an offer or end on a sour note? Then, a Wheaties box featuring Tonya Harding skates in. Will Rick spin a deal or will he be on thin ice? And later, Rick feels the weight of it all when he checks out two steelyard scales from the 1700s. Can he strike a balance or will his offer go uncalibrated?
Light a fuse with Pawn Stars when a 19th century sun dial cannon explodes into the shop. Will Rick blast out the big bucks or will the deal fizzle out? Next, a signed helmet from one of Hollywood's biggest flops, Heaven's Gate, gallops in. Will Rick cowboy up an offer or ride off into the sunset? Then, sterling silver baby figurines gleam their way into the shop. Will Rick take a shine to them or will the deal get tarnished? And later, a 1964 Beatles board game plays its way in. Will Corey score a fab win, or lose his turn?
Drive a hard bargain with the Pawn Stars and relive some of the fiercest negotiations in the show's history: a pair of boots worn by Elton John, a James Bond Aston Martin toy car, an ancient 44 B.C. Julius Caesar Roman coin, an assortment of vintage Pez dispensers, a 16th century book that belonged to Sir Isaac Newton, an extremely rare collection of Viking copper and gold and an aphorism signed by Mark Twain has Katie Couric haggling it out with Rick for the best deal.
Flip a coin with the Pawn Stars when a 1944 steel cent rolls into the shop. Will Rick be a penny pincher or will he call the sale in the air? Next, time is running out when an 1850's calendar clock shows up. Will Rick strike a deal or will it set off an alarm? Then, things get unearthly when a H.R Giger lithograph from the film "Alien 3" creeps in. Will it be a sci-fi success or will Corey send the unidentified object back home? And later, things heat up when a Smokey the Bear puppet blazes in. Will it ignite Chum's fire or will he prevent the deal?
Explore the cosmos with the Pawn Stars when a cast signed helmet from the 1960's TV show "Lost in Space" orbits the shop. Will Rick think it's out of this world or will he yell, "Danger"? Then, a strange antique object surfaces in the shop and has Rick and Corey scratching their heads. Will they unravel the mystery and make a deal or will they remain clueless? And later, a pair of sneakers signed by NBA legend Robert Parish shoots in. Will Chum lace up a sale or will he get benched?
Go all in with the Pawn Stars when a 1769 playing card with a political message shuffles into the shop. Will Rick show his hand and make a deal or will the odds be stacked against him? Then, Corey shifts gears and checks out a motorcycle that was owned by actor Dennis Hopper. Will the deal go down like "Easy Rider" or will he pump the breaks? Next, Rick lights up when an antique stained glass lamp illuminates the shop. Will he be blown away and make an offer or will he throw shade? And later, three "Charlie's Angels" figurines sneak in. Will Corey be saying "Good morning, Angels" or will the mission be compromised?
Batten down the hatches with the Pawn Stars when 18th century engravings of the Spanish Armada dock in the shop. Will Rick carve out an offer or will they fail to make an impression? Next, explicit wax recordings from the 1890s seduce their way in. Will they arouse Corey's interest or will he get turned off? Then, a 1980s transforming Coca-Cola robot can pops in. Can Chum convert it into a deal or will it open a can of worms? And later, a 1900s Teddy Roosevelt Bears pitcher spouts off. Will Rick cuddle up to it or think its unbearable?
Burn rubber with the Pawn Stars when they test drive a 1950s Chrysler Town & Country Newport. Will Corey drive a hard bargain or lack the horsepower? Next, a cubist painting by New Zealand artist Louise Henderson brushes in to the shop. Will Rick get a square deal or will he paint himself into a corner? Then, antique railroad locks from the late 1800s clasp their way in. Will they secure a place in Rick's heart or will he ride them out of town? And later, an early-1900s self-heating gasoline iron steams in. Will it smooth things out with Chum or leave him hot under the collar?
Laugh it up with the Pawn Stars when a first edition of The Adventures of Bob Hope comic gets Rick and Chum chuckling. Will they entertain an offer or "boo" it out of the shop? Then, an ancient Egyptian mummy mask gets Corey all wrapped up. Will he preserve a sale or will the deal be deceased? And later, things heat up when a 1950s Disney fire extinguisher blazes in. Will Rick add fuel to the fire and make an offer or will the flame fizzle out?
Save the day with the Pawn Stars when limited edition Batman and Joker Bolin Guitars swoop into the shop. Will Corey be the superhero and make a deal or will he become the villain? Next, a bronze sculpture by M.L. Snowden molds its way in. Will Rick carve up an offer or will the art go unappreciated? Then, a pair of signed Betty Crocker letters get Rick cooking. Will he make a delicious deal or will he find it unappetizing? And later, a WWII era Adolf Hitler pincushion pokes in. Will Corey take a stab at a sale or will his offer be offensive?
Strike a pose with the Pawn Stars when Madonna's 1988 day planner vogues into the shop. Will it make Corey a material guy or will he fail to get into the groove? Next, a 1910 phrenology head analyzes its way in. Will it get a good read on Chum or will the deal hit some bumps? Then, an 1800s locket with preacher Henry Ward Beecher closes in. Will Rick give it his blessing or condemn it? And later, a 1980s egg chair used for hearing tests cranks up the volume. Will Corey hear money or think it's an unsound buy?
Pull the trigger with the Pawn Stars when an 1800s Colt revolver barrels into the shop. Will Rick lock and load or get gun shy? Next, an antique Chinese fingernail guard scratches in. Will Chum lift a finger to make an offer or fail to nail it? Then, a life mask of Abraham Lincoln casts its way in. Will Rick cement a deal or will it crumble away? And later, a screen-used Playboy magazine from "Forrest Gump" reveals itself. Will Corey run to make a deal or be left sitting on a bus stop bench?
Bend your mind with the Pawn Stars when two original lithographs by graphic artist M.C. Escher are brought in. Will Rick make a surreal sale or will he find the deal impossible to construct? Next, things get transparent when a censored recording made on a Soviet X-ray is exposed in the shop. Will Rick throw the seller a bone or will the deal cause a stress fracture? Then, Corey calls shotgun when a Wells Fargo model stagecoach rides in. Will he jump on the bandwagon and make an offer or will he be walking home? And later, a 1950s toy lie detector puts Chum in the hot seat. Will he make an honest offer or will he fail the test?
Warm up your vocal chords with the Pawn Stars when handwritten lyrics to "My Country, 'Tis of Thee" come into the shop. Will Rick be feeling patriotic or will he commit treason on the deal? Next, Rick blasts off when a WWII era Linemar Space Explorer Toy launches in. Will he think it's out of this world or will he put his offer on the shelf? Then, a United Nations Helmet from Somalia drops into Corey's hands. Will he go to battle for a sale or will he quickly retreat? And later, a giant bell from the classic El Rancho Hotel and Casino chimes in. Will Rick ring in a deal or will it be too much to gamble?
Scream bloody murder when a signed shower curtain by Anthony Perkins from the psychological thriller Psycho, lurks into the shop. Will Rick think it's a killer deal or will he let it rest in peace? Next, an 1882 Gold Certificate and 1918 Federal Reserve note cash in. Will Rick find them to be a fortune or will he send the bills back to the bank? Then, an 1800s Millionaire Calculator has Corey and Rick counting their luck. Will things add up to a sale or will it be too complex? And later, a 1950s Russian night vision scope finds its way in. Will Rick navigate to a deal or will he be left in the dark?
Earn your black belt with the Pawn Stars when two signed David Carradine replica swords from "Kill Bill" slice up the shop. Will Corey settle the score and make a sale or will he be out for blood? Next, things get dramatic when a first edition of T.S. Eliot's "Four Quartets" shows up. Will Rick make an epic sale or will he poetically pass? Then, it's Rick's move when a 1965 Battle of the Bulge board game ambushes the shop. Will he take the offensive and make an offer or will the deal rewrite history? And later, things get radioactive when a 1920s radium crock is brought in. Will Rick emit a megawatt offer or will the deal become toxic?
Hit the deck with the Pawn Stars when they head to the gun range to check out a rare Nock Volley gun used by the Royal Navy. Will Rick fire away with an offer or will the deal be kickbacked? Next, an etching by Joan Mir paints its way into the shop. Will Chum think it's surreal or will it leave a bad impression? Then, the first American pasta machine cranks in. Will Corey make a saucy sale or will it boil over?
Make some noise with the Pawn Stars when an autographed Led Zeppelin album looks to break records in the shop. Will Rick give a whole lotta love and make a deal, or will it ramble on out the door? Then, an antique whistle collection announces itself. Will Rick be whistling a happy tune or will a deal blow away? Next, Corey gets political when a Doonesbury cartoon pencils itself in. Will he draw up a deal or will his offer get erased? And later, the minutes are ticking down when Rick explores a self-winding clock. Will he make the time for a deal or wind up with nothing?
Drink and be merry with the Pawn Stars when a Pre-Revolutionary American pewter tankard clanks into the shop. Will Rick cheers to an offer or will he put a lid on the deal? Next, original postcards by Jean-Michel Basquiat paint their way in. Will Rick tag them as legendary art or will he vandalize the sale? Then, Corey hits the road to check out a 1960's Hydro-Cycle Barracuda watercraft. Will he splash up a deal or will the boat be a bust? And later, an early 1900's blueprint copy machine engineers interest from Rick. Will he submit plans for an offer or will the foundation collapse?
Space out with Pawn Stars when an autograph of astronomer Edwin Hubble takes a starring role. Will Rick hitch his wagon to this star or keep his feet on the ground? Next, an 1850s patent model self-lighting and extinguishing lantern flashes into the shop. Will Rick light up an offer or will the deal go dark? Then, a Starrett Food Chopper slices in. Will Corey dice up an offer or will he get cut? And later, an 1871 British Martini-Henry Short Lever Rifle bores into the shop. Will Rick shoot off a deal or will he misfire?
Moonwalk with the Pawn Stars when a lunar Bible from Apollo 14 lands in the shop. Will Rick make a good offer on the good word or leave it in orbit? Next, a 1930s Buck Rogers Disintegrator Gun zaps in. Will Corey laser in on a deal or will it be an atomic bust? Then, miniature samples of a 1950s kitchen cook their way in. Will Rick think the mini models mean big money or will he walk away from everything and the kitchen sink? And later, a 1950s Beetle Bailey original print marches in. Will Rick draft a deal or will he go AWOL?
Shine on with the Pawn Stars when a drawing by John Lennon scribbles into the shop. Will Rick give this piece a chance or will he fail to imagine an offer? Next, Senator William Sharon's engraved menu from the Comstock Lode mines in. Will Rick see the silver lining or will the deal get tarnished? Then, a Rolex water pressure tester ticks in. Will Corey make time for an offer or will it get water damaged? And later, a 1950s Buddy Lee doll struts in. Will Rick zip up a deal or will he think it's child's play?
Rick Harrison(Rick Harrison)
Richard Harrison (The Old Man)(Richard Harrison)
Corey Harrison(Corey Harrison)
Austin "Chumlee" Russell(Chumlee Russell)
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