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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?"
Turn it up to 11 with the Pawn Stars when Rick attends Rock and Roll Fantasy Camp. Performing with rock legend Roger Daltrey of "The Who," will Rick hit all the right notes? Then, Chumlee and the Old Man check out a collection of tin toys from the early 1900s. Can they turn this play date into a payday? And later, a tonsillotome finds its way into the shop. Used to remove human tonsils in the 1800's, will Corey try to cut a deal, or will the asking price make him choke?
Keep it reel with the Pawn Stars when Rick checks out a recorded telephone conversation of President John F. Kennedy. Capturing a rare moment in which JFK was angry, can Rick keep this deal on track? Then, the guys are flying high when an F16 flight suit buzzes by the shop. Will their offer meet the sky high expectations? And later, the Pawn Shop becomes a hostile work environment when Chumlee tries to secretly record the Old Man yelling at him.
Rock and Roll all night with the Pawn Stars when a seller brings in a gold record signed by the band KISS. Can this rare piece of rock history convince the guys to join the KISS Army? Then, a Confederate pinfire revolver marches into the shop. Known for its sensitive firing mechanism, will negotiations blow up in Rick's face? And later, when Corey pranks Chumlee with a fake lottery scratcher, is there any way this won't end badly.
The Pawn Stars prepare for a duel when a check signed by Aaron Burr comes in the shop. Will Rick try to turn this check into cash, or will a tough negotiation make the seller bounce? Then, Rick and Corey check out a 1960 Chevy Corvair. Will the guys have the guts to take this car, once considered "Unsafe at Any Speed," out for a spin? And later, Corey is determined to pay Chumlee back for a prank gone awry. Can he pull one over on the self-proclaimed "Prank Master?"
Let's get ready to rumble with the Pawn Stars as the guys check out a pair of punching bags owned by Rocky Marciano. The only champion to go undefeated in his career, can they land a knockout in negotiations? Then, Rick checks out a Swiss Doxa pocket watch from the 1800s. Will he give it the time of day? And later, when Corey installs a punching bag in the warehouse, the Old Man is inspired to show off his boxing skills.
It's dog eat dog for the Pawn Stars when Corey's pet pooch spends a day at the shop. Is it man's best friend, or the Old Man's worst nightmare? Then, a guy brings in a cavalry sword used by John Wayne in the movie Rio Grande. Will it take a "grande" cut out of their bankroll? And later, a Civil War medical syringe jabs into the shop. Will Rick and Chumlee plunge into this deal, or do needles make them squeamish?
The Pawn Stars are a man down when Corey arrives at work with an injured hand and ankle. Will he play hurt, or get benched? Then, Rick brushes up on contemporary art when an oil painting by Jim Daly comes into the shop. Known for his depictions of classic Americana, will Rick pledge allegiance to this piece? And later, a guy brings in a custom built Harley Davidson rat bike. Pieced together with random parts, is this a diamond in the rough, or the Frankenstein of motorcycles?
Lock and load with the Pawn Stars when a D. Moore pistol from the Civil War shoots into the shop. Owned by a black officer from Louisiana, will Rick charge into this negotiation with guns blazing? Then, the guys check out a signed picture of President Benjamin Harrison. Does it take a Harrison to spot a genuine Harrison signature? And later, the guys put together a team to compete in a quiz competition. Will they let Chumlee join, or would they rather win?
Stand tall with the Pawn Stars when a letter signed by Napoleon Bonaparte marches into the shop. Marked with Napoleon's official seal, is this a piece de resistance, or another Waterloo? Then, a guy flashes a collection of Las Vegas police badges from the 1940s. Will Rick and Chum bring them in for questioning? And later, a woman springs an antique pogo stick on Corey. Will he tell her to bounce?
Prepare to dive with the Pawn Stars as the guys check out a first edition copy of 20,000 Leagues Under The Sea. One of the rarest first editions, can they navigate this monster deal? Then, a collection of signed Metallica memorabilia rocks into the shop. Will the negotiation have Corey and Chumlee banging their heads? And later, when Rick starts taking guitar lessons, the guys try to talk him into a pawn shop jam session.
Twist and shout with the Pawn Stars as they check out a collection of memorabilia signed by all four members of The Beatles. With a guitar autographed by Paul McCartney himself, can they come together on a price or will the guys let it be? Then, a family friend pays Corey a visit looking for a deal on a piece of art. Will Corey give him the family discount? And later, the guys decide the Old Man needs a hobby. Is there an activity he loves as much as money?
Prepare for liftoff with the Pawn Stars as the guys check out a toilet seat from the NASA Space Shuttle program. Will this deal leave them flush with cash? Then, Corey's offered a signed copy of Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas. Including a personal inscription from author Hunter S. Thompson, will Corey try to pick it up, or is the seller trippin'? And later, the Old Man sends Chumlee on some fool's errands. But who will have the last laugh?
Take me out to the Pawn Stars when the guys look at a Los Angeles Dodgers World Series Pennant signed by Frank Sinatra. Will the connection to ol' blue eyes send the price to the moon? Then, a replica of the Delorean from "Back to the Future" flies into the shop. Can they accelerate this deal to 88 miles an hour? And later, when Chumlee keeps losing the shop's keys, Rick has to get creative to break him of the habit.
Aim, fire, twist and repeat as the Pawn Stars check out a pair of rifles with double rotating barrels. Designed to give 19th century hunters a 2nd chance, will Rick fire up a quick offer? Then, Corey and Chumlee check out a pair of cleats worn by Yankees legend Bucky Dent during his famous home run. Can they knock this deal out of the park? And later, when Chumlee breaks the coffee machine, the Old Man sends him on a quest for the perfect cup of joe.
Put the pedal to the metal with the Pawn Stars as Rick and Corey check out a '51 Chevy driven by Steve McQueen in his last movie. Will a test drive make Rick feel like the new King of Cool? Then, a man moseys in with a Colt .45 he claims was used to kill Jesse James. Can the guys make a killing of their own? And later, Chumlee checks out an Atari Centipede arcade game. Will he spend a pile of quarters on this classic piece, or is it game over?
Flip the switch with the Pawn Stars as they check out a poem written and signed by inventor Nikola Tesla. Famous for his work with electricity, will this piece leave Rick in a state of shock? Then, a pair of wooly chaps rides into the shop. Made for cold weather cowboys, will the deal make the guys feel warm and fuzzy? And later, Chumlee goes on a quest for a famous musician's autograph. Can he use his ninja skills to track them down?
Print money with the Pawn Stars as the guys check out an entire sheet of test notes. Made when the U.S. Mint was testing a new printing press, will they see dollar signs, or is this funny money too hot to touch? Then, Corey and Chumlee have to duck and cover when some poleaxes swing into the shop. Used in Medieval times to dismount horse-riding soldiers, can they land a deal? And later, the guys try to give Chumlee a new nickname, but can they make it stick?
Who you gonna call? The Pawn Stars! The guys remember the 80's as they check out a replica of the proton pack from "Ghostbusters." Will they give this item a ghost of a chance? Then, a seller brings in an original work by the street artist Banksy. Can Chumlee convince the Old Man that street art is valuable? And later, Rick and Corey take their 1951 "Steve McQueen" Chevy to an auction. But when Corey sees a classic Plymouth Roadrunner, will he spend a king's ransom to buy his dream car?
Step up to the plate with the Pawn Stars when a 2004 World Series players ring swings by the shop. The year the Red Sox broke the curse of the Bambino, will the guys hit this deal over the Green Monster? Then, Chumlee spies a toy James Bond Aston Martin from the 1960's. Complete with working gadgets and weapons from the film series, will the piece stir Chumlee into action, or does he get shaken by a high asking price? And later, the guys get tired of Rick's grumpy behavior and try to push him into taking a vacation.
Pawn Stars goes international when Rick takes a trip to England and visits his buddy's pawn shop. Will Rick feel outclassed when he discovers that Regal Pawn owns a piece of the Titanic? Then, back in Las Vegas someone wants to buy Rick's favorite mini-bike, a Rupp Roadster. Will the guys have the guts to sell it while Rick is out of the country? And later, Rick finds some rare maps of Nevada and North America. But with non-negotiable prices, will he take his business elsewhere?
The Pawn Stars are on a mission from God when the guys check out a replica of the iconic Blues Mobile from the movie "The Blues Brothers." Complete with a loudspeaker on the roof, can they pick it up for a song? Then, Corey and Chumlee check out a blueprint of the original electric chair from the Illinois State Penitentiary. Will sparks fly during negotiations? And later, Rick's desk is falling to pieces, but will nostalgia foil any plans to replace it?
Go off-road with the Pawn Stars as the guys check out a Honda Pilot ATV. Will they see a chance to make a profit, or will negotiations get stuck in the mud? Then, Rick and Chumlee give a seller shelter when he brings in a signed photo of the Rolling Stones. A rare early image including the late Brian Jones, could wild horses tear Rick away from this piece? And later, when Chumlee brings his pet goldfish into the shop, the Old Man is determined to get rid of it.
Prepare to squirm with the Pawn Stars as the guys check out a collection of sex education records from 1948. Will Rick discuss the birds and the bees in front of the Old Man? Then, Corey and Chumlee check out a "blue book" from the Las Vegas Sheriff's Department. A who's who of Las Vegas criminals in the 1960s, can the guys collar this rare crime fighting tool? And later, the shop gets a new intern, but will Chumlee see the new hire as his personal assistant?
Burn rubber with the Pawn Stars as Rick and Chumlee check out a 1969 Camaro Z28. In nearly mint condition, will Rick punch this deal into overdrive? Then, a first edition baseball scorebook from 1878 slides into the shop. Published by "Father of Professional Baseball" Harry Wright, can the guys score this one for the home team? And later, Corey's wild spending habits earn him a visit with a financial adviser. Will he have to sell one of his toys?
Aim for a strike with the Pawn Stars when the guys check out a Shuffle Alley bowling machine. A popular bar game from the 1950s, can they keep negotiations out of the gutter? Then, Rick and Corey are offered an official movie prop from "The Godfather", but can they refuse it? And later, when tension between the Old Man and Chumlee reaches a boiling point, the Old Man discovers the perfect way to shut him down.
Get "superfly" with the Pawn Stars when the guys eye a coat custom-made for Elvis Presley. Will they get all shook up over this one of a kind piece, or is the seller headed for Heartbreak Hotel? Then, Chumlee checks out a Mercedes-Benz golf cart. Will he take a swing at buying it, or is the price out of range? And later, the guys tease Rick about his bald head, but will their pranks get out of hand?
Strum along with the Pawn Stars when a Gibson Super Jumbo guitar once owned by Peggy Eames comes in the shop. A former star of the "Our Gang" series, can the guys negotiate an "oh-tay" price? Then, Corey and the Old Man check out a Buck Rogers tin rocket. Made in the 1930's, will they pay 25th Century prices? And later, Chumlee decides to put some graffiti art on the shop's exterior. Can he pull it off, or will the only tag be on his toe?
It's a first for the Pawn Stars when a WWII Enigma machine comes in the shop. Used by the Germans to send top-secret messages, can they crack the code to owning this incredibly rare artifact? Then, Corey and the Old Man check out a photo of Old West gunfighter Doc Holiday. The only known photograph showing Holiday as a dentist, will this negotiation be like pulling teeth? And later, Corey's big-spending ways have him strapped for cash. Can a financial adviser set him straight?
Bond with the Pawn Stars when they spy a 1961 Fender Stratocaster that was used in many 007 films. Brought in by famed guitarist Vic Flick, will the guys let him lead the negotiation? Then, Corey and Chumlee check out a fully customized 2006 Dodge Magnum. Complete with suicide doors, is this a deal or dead weight? And later, Chumlee designs a new uniform shirt for shop employees. Will he have the skills to please a tough crowd?
Get ready for a bumpy ride with the Pawn Stars when a big-time car dealer drops by the shop. Interested in buying their 1924 Dodge, will Rick have the negotiation skills to battle this car pro? Then, Rick and Corey check out some uniforms owned by a 3-star general in the Soviet Army. Dating back to the height of the Cold War, will the guys be seeing green or red? And later, while his house is being bug bombed Chumlee needs a place to crash. Will the Old Man's couch be a dream come true or a nightmare?
Get in the ring with the Pawn Stars when the guys check out a painting by Muhammad Ali. Known more for his skills in the ring than with a brush, can a knockout artist create knockout art? Then, Corey and Chumlee eye a Colt Dragoon pistol. Owned by one of the original settlers of the Lone Star State, will the guys make a Texas size offer? And later, the guys hire a consultant to make the shop more efficient, but will they embrace his changes?
Trick R' Treat with the Pawn Stars as Corey and Chumlee try to pull off the perfect duo Halloween costume. Can they be counted on to work as a team? Then, when Corey checks out a 1933 Plymouth, the Old Man tries to edge in on the deal. And later, a guy brings in a 1977 Mattel Electronic Football Game. A relic from Rick's childhood, can he separate business from nostalgia?
Head West with the Pawn Stars when the guys check out a Winchester rifle from the Wounded Knee Massacre. A Native American weapon captured by the U.S. Army, will Rick try to capture it for the shop? Then, a nickel slot machine from the 1940s drops by. Is it worth the gamble? And later, the guys find a stray dog outside the shop and it's up to Chumlee to find its rightful owner.
Drop in on the Pawn Stars when the guys check out a Cushman scooter allegedly used by paratroopers during WWII. Will this negotiation have a soft landing, or spin out of control? Then, Rick and Corey look at a rubber bullet and shell casing from the Bloody Sunday massacre. Can Rick and the seller be as one, or has the battle just begun? And later, the guys send Chumlee to the mint to design a new commemorative coin for the shop.
Celebrate Rick Harrison's last days of freedom, as the Pawn Stars throw him a bachelor party. Can he survive what they have planned? Then, a rare salesman's copy of "The Adventures of Tom Sawyer" comes in the shop. A prospectus used for selling the book door to door, will the guys be sold? And later, the Old Man schools Lili the intern on Vegas history when some vintage casino chips come into the shop. Is this deal worth going all in?
Walk the line with the Pawn Stars as Rick and Corey check out a Rolls-Royce once owned by the man in black himself, Johnny Cash. Will this deal be a ride in the sky, or end up making them hurt? Then, a coin from the Byzantine Empire lands in the shop. Is this thousand year old relic worth more than its weight in gold? And later, Chumlee gets a taste for the food biz when he fills in at a friend's hot dog stand. Will he eat up all the profits?
Hail to the Pawn Stars when Rick and Corey check out a letter written by George Washington during the Whiskey Rebellion. Can the guys rally the troops to force a deal? Then, things get larger than life when Rick and Lili check out a Bob's Big Boy statue. At over eight feet tall, will the shop have room for this classic piece of Americana? And later, Chumlee decides to throw a housewarming party at his new house. Will it be the party of the year, or a total flop?
Fly high with the Pawn Stars when the guys check out a briefcase once owned by Charles Lindbergh. Will they be lucky like Lindy on this deal? Then, Rick and Chumlee look at a prototype combat vehicle produced for the U.S. military. The only one of its kind, will the guys try to buy it, or say "no tanks?" And later, Corey is the tie-breaking vote in a dispute between Rick and the Old Man. Will Corey's willingness to take a bribe or two get him in trouble?
Operate with the Pawn Stars when they check out a bone saw from the Civil War. A tiny model for amputating fingers, can the guys cut a deal? Then, Rick's buddy Davey Deals drops by with a large piece of kunzite. Will Rick offer diamond-like prices for this gemstone? And later, the Old Man makes Corey drive him to the barber shop. Will it be a quick errand, or an all day ordeal?
Kick start the Pawn Stars when the guys check out a customized 1951 Harley Davidson. Will they try to buy it for the shop or is Corey looking to add to his own collection? Then, a seller brings in a crank organ from the early 1900's. Can they grind out a deal? And later, when Lili the intern notices Rick's dirty fingernails, the guys try to convince him to get a manicure.
Put up your dukes with the Pawn Stars when the guys are offered the hat John Wayne wore in "The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance." Will they negotiate with guns blazing, or send the seller riding off into the sunset? Then, Chumlee puts on his best poker face when he checks out a card playing book from 1866. Is the deck stacked in Chumlee's favor, or is he drawing dead? And later, when Corey brings his dog to the shop for the day, the guys try to put her to work.
Spin a web with the Pawn Stars as Corey and Chumlee check out a copy of Amazing Fantasy #15, featuring the very first appearance of Spider-Man. Will the comic set off Chum's "Spidey senses?" Then, Rick's buddy Davey Deals drops by with a samurai sword from the 1500's. Will they cut a cash deal, or would Rick consider a trade? And later, when Chumlee wants a promotion, he has to take a management test.
Get into the Holiday spirit with the Pawn Stars as the guys compete in a Christmas card competition. With a giant prize on the line, how far will they go for the win? Then, an original puppet from Jim Henson's Creature Shop comes in the shop. Will Rick pulls some strings in order to make a deal? And later, a guy steams in with a Lionel train set from the 1920's. Will Corey and Chumlee keep this negotiation on track, or have they bitten off more than they can choo-choo?
Serve time with the Pawn Stars when they check out a lap desk made by Dr. Samuel Mudd. Made when Mudd was imprisoned for his role in Lincoln's assassination, can Rick snag it for the shop, or will it make a clean getaway? Then, a 1959 Bowden Spacelander bicycle pedals into the shop. Rarely seen outside a museum, can the guys keep both wheels on the ground? And later, a good deal earns Chumlee a bonus, but will he spend it wisely?
Put your hands up with the Pawn Stars as the guys check out a wanted poster for legendary criminal John Dillinger. Will they capture it for the shop, or let this one get away? Then, a Lambretta scooter zooms into the shop. Can this vintage Italian ride withstand a test ride by Chumlee? And later, the guys bet on who can take the most steps in a week, but will one of them rig the count?
Celebrate the holidays Vegas style as the guys from Pawn Stars, Counting Cars and American Restoration get together for a Christmas barbecue. First they'll deck the halls with pawn shop drama, when they debate the best and worst deals they've ever made. Then, the guys take a look back at all of the amazing restorations that Rick Dale and Danny have done for the pawn shop. And later, it's finally time to eat. But can these guys cook as well as they negotiate?
Rick Harrison(Rick Harrison)
Richard Harrison (The Old Man)(Richard Harrison)
Corey Harrison(Corey Harrison)
Austin "Chumlee" Russell(Chumlee Russell)
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