Go inside the colorful world of the pawn business. At the Gold & Silver Pawn Shop on the outskirts of Las Vegas, generations of the Harrison family run the family business, and there’s clashing and camaraderie every step of the way.
Chum sets his sights on something out of this world when a seller brings in a signed copy of "The Coming of the Saucers". Will Chum be able to identify the perfect price? Meanwhile, a seller claims to have a painting by artist, Ralph Blakelock. Will this deal have Rick seeing all the colors of the wind before it Van Goghs away? Then, Rick and Corey get a history lesson when they check out a "We Buy Gold" sign from the 1900s. Can the duo raise the bar on the negotiation? And later, Rick and Chum take a trip to L.A to see a very special collection of Kobe Bryant memorabilia.
Chumlee gets ready to rumble when a rare wrestling figure comes into the shop. Will he be king of the ring, or get smacked down? Then, a portable craps table is smuggled in. Will Corey take a gamble, or roll the dice? Next, Rick checks out a vintage Eclipse windmill. Can he generate a deal before it's gone with the wind? And later, Corey gets Beatlemania when given the chance to buy a Starr's drum kit. Will Corey and the seller Come Together or Let it Be?
Corey finds himself in such a lovely place when a test pressing of the Eagles mega-hit, "Hotel California" comes into the shop. Will the seller take it easy, or to the limit? Meanwhile, Chum checks out a ring from the "Little Orphan Annie" radio show. Will it be a "hard-knock" sale, or will Chum bet his bottom dollar? Then, a customer soars in with a model of Leonardo da Vinci's flying machine. Will Rick get this deal off the ground, or will it come to a screeching halt? And later, when Rick examines blueprints by renowned architect, Frank Lloyd Wright, can he draw up a sale?
Rick checks out a collection of James Bond movie trading cards. Will Rick secure the cards or will they fall into the fiendish hands of Spectre? Meanwhile, a seller brings in an old Chinese bell, will the deal be music to Corey's ears? And later, Chum and Antwaun set sail on a trip to Lake Tahoe to check out a vintage sailboat. Will the sail withstand the perils of negotiation or sink to the depths of no return?
Chum becomes the chosen one when a seller brings in Buffy figurines. Can he slay the deal before the stakes are raised? Next, an artist's letter makes quite an impression on Rick. Will Rick show him the Monet? Then, Chum's got a sweet tooth for an old vending machine. Will his investment be a candy rush, or candy crush? Finally, a 1949 fire truck light races into the shop. Is the price too alarming to make Rick stop, drop and buy?
There’s a British invasion when a pair of vintage rock t-shirts roll into the Gold & Silver. Do Rick and Chum have the moves like Jagger to seal the deal? Next, Corey and Chum take a drive down memory lane when “Gumby” and “Pokey” toys cruise into the shop. Will the duo stretch for a deal, or say “neigh.” Then, a seller brings in a poster by Israeli artist, Gad Ullman. Will Rick hand over the money, or will he exhibit no interest? And later, Corey and Chum look at unopened Atari games. Can they unlock a deal before it’s game over?
A seller shoots for the moon, when he comes in with some Apollo 11 documents. Can Rick bring him down to earth before we have a problem? Then, a Harley Davidson 1962 Topper scoots into the shop. Can Chum get the bottom price on this bike? Next, Rick checks out a Renoir etching. Will it make a real impression, or is it too abstract? Finally, the stakes are high when the guys leave the shop for a little friendly competition. Will things get hairy for Rick, or scary for Corey?
When a seller speeds into the shop with an iconic piece of Sammy Hagar memorabilia, Corey calls for back up. Will he drive home a deal? Meanwhile, Rick has a chance to buy a vintage whiskey strap. Is he willing to pour out some cash before it walkers away? Then, a Nintendo demo system inspires Chum to create a video game about the Pawn Shop. And later, Rick checks out a J.K. Rowling signed Harry Potter book. Does Rick have the magic touch, or will "he who must not be named" cast misfortune on the Gold & Silver?
Chum huddles up for a chance to buy an early 20th century football. Can he get this deal across the goal line before the seller hikes up the price? Next, a life-size Spider-Man flies into Rick's web. Will his spidey senses tingle for an offer? Then, a vintage military ID maker marches into the shop. Will it leave an impression on Corey, or will he let the dog tags out? Finally, ZZ Top's Sharp Dressed Man, Billy Gibbons makes a surprise appearance at the Gold & Silver. He's here to reclaim some lost memorabilia, but first someone's Gotsta Get Paid.
Corey plays ball when he gets a signed letter that knocks his White Sox off. Will he swing for the fences, or get shut out? Next, Rick looks at a John Wilkes Booth poster you're not going to want to hang in your bedroom. Can Rick capture a deal before it gets away? Then, Rick and Chum strut to a seller's house to check out some "peacock" wicker furniture. Does this deal have legs, or will it fly away? Finally, Rick sees a German album you're not going to hear in a discotheque. Will he say "Notgeld" or "Yesgeld" to this collection of unique bills?
When a seller comes in with an overcoat once owned by suspected JFK assassin, Lee Harvey Oswald, will the deal be a stroll on a grassy knoll, or will Rick lose his shot at owning a piece of history? Next, Corey checks out a 30-year-old Gibson guitar with a factory mistake. Can he pick up a sale, or will he get shredded? Then, a rare Mike Tyson Nintendo game punches into the shop. Can Chum knock out an offer, or will the seller put up a fight? And finally, Rick and Corey head out of the shop and into the desert to check out a restored WWII half-track. Will the father and son duo be able to target a deal, or will it blow up in their faces?
A blade rumored to belong to a Japanese World War II admiral commands Rick's attention. Can he cut a deal, or will the negotiations be pointless? Then, the guys take another Harrison under their wing for a summer job he'll never forget. Next, some vintage baseball cards slide into the shop, leaving both Rick and Corey speechless over the $60,000 asking price. Will they knock this deal out of the park, or strike out? Finally, a guitar pick belonging to Elvis has Corey all shook up. He can't help falling in love, but the deal might land him in the heartbreak hotel.
When Chum gets his hands on a one-of-a-kind chair with a strange feature, will Rick turn a blind eye to his spending? Then, a helmet that once belonged to Evel Knievel lands in the shop. Will Rick take a leap of faith, or will the deal crash and burn? Next, Corey pedals into the past with a toy inspired by the Weinermobile. Will he get roasted by the seller, or can he sink his teeth into a deal? And finally, Rick cracks open a cookbook by artist Salvador Dali, and gets a surreal idea – to host a dinner party. But when things quickly get hairy, will Rick melt under pressure?
When a Mick Foley t-shirt and autographed mask come into the shop, Rick calls in a very special guest to authenticate it. Can he wrestle a superstar price, or end up getting slammed? Next, a seller walks in with an unopened McDonald's cookie from the 1980s. Will Corey take a bite out of this deal, or will the negotiation go stale? Later, Murray the Magician shows Chum a few tricks up his sleeve when they check out a magical book. Is a purchase in the cards, or is the deal cursed? And finally, Rick and Corey clown around in LA when they take a road trip to see a collection of vintage coin operated arcade machines. Can they score big, or will it be game over?
Rick tries to win one from the Gipper when a special pendant hits the counter. Can the patron saint of pawn shops help Rick land the deal? Next, a massive collection of vinyl LPs has Chum's head spinning. Can he get into a groove with the seller, or will this deal get scratched? Then, it's happy days for Corey when a dress from Laverne and Shirley comes into the shop. Will he be able to skirt the issues with this item? Or will Corey take the L and let the dress walk out of the shop? And finally, Rick and Chum get fired up when they head to the desert to shoot the shop's newest firearm. But their canon feels quaint when they spot the big guns - and Rick might just explode from jealousy.
Rick and Chum flip out when Spencer stops by the shop with a few vintage items. Will they tilt the negotiations in their favor, or will they not be able to see eye to eye? Next, a Bruno Mars platinum album spins into the shop. Can Corey land a funky deal, or will he get locked out of negotiations? Later, Chum twists and shouts when a pair of boots signed by Ringo Starr walk into the shop. Will he and the seller be able to come together, or will Chum have to make his peace with not landing a deal? And finally, Rick calls in actor Dennis Quaid to help authenticate a signed poster for his upcoming movie. Can Rick be a great communicator, or will the seller give him the cold shoulder?
Chum goes for a hole-in-one when a signed Jack Nicklaus golf glove swings into the shop. Meanwhile, Corey targets a G.I. Joe Tomahawk helicopter toy. Will he get to be a real American hero, or will this deal go AWOL? Next, an antique Fender amp rocks Chum's world. Will the price be music to his ear, or off key? And later, Rick and Spencer go on a picking adventure in Huntington Beach, California. When they find a treasure trove of military items, does Rick have enough ammunition to close the deal?
When a vintage Yellow Cab hat pulls into the shop, can Rick hail a fare deal? Next, a seller pops in with a gum ball machine. Will he stick to a fair price, or do Corey and Chum have to burst his bubble? Then, Corey gets to play with the world's first video game console. Can he control the negotiation, or will it be game over? Finally, Rick and Chum are ready for their close up as they head west to check out a treasure trove of Hollywood memorabilia in California.