The Gold Family is put in a difficult position when a man calls the store claiming to be the real owner of the paintings. Later, an appraiser comes in to make a final determination on whether the paintings are real or fake. Finally, Les will find out whether he's struck gold or if he's being played for a fool.moreless
The Golds buy pricy painting; a phone call reveals that the seller may have been a swindler.
A very special ventriloquist; Byron versus an MMA fighter; million dollar art from an odd couple.
Karen tries to make peace between Seth and Ashley; Bobby J takes a two-story tractor for a spin; a watch snob riles Seth.
Ashley manages the store while Les and Seth are at Autorama; Karen stages a fashion show during business hours; Bobby J gets taken to task for being rude to a customer; Seth questions Ashley's managerial skills.moreless
Les makes an offer on a vintage car; Byron deals with a male stripper; Karen bungles a big deal; a customer kisses a Gremlin to get their cash.
The discovery of counterfeit pawns leads to a confrontation and a shocking confession; Karen contends with a tough guy; Seth deals with a Big Bird and a little boy.
Ashley plays a practical joke on Seth, who quickly returns the favor; Les scores a prison toilet; Bobby J haggles over an old man's ventriloquist dummy.
The Gold's contend with a slippery hustler; Seth and Karen eyeball some quality light sabers; Ashley deals with a disgruntled customer who accuses her of abuse.
Les heads an acquisitions charge that leads to an intense round of bargaining; Karen enlists Byron to help her deal with a pair of contentions pianists; Seth negotiates a sports paraphernalia deal with a nine year old.moreless
Karen and Ashley clash; Lady Gaga's bassist disarms Les with a kind gesture; pricey presidential autographs.
Ashley gets jealous of Les' niece Karen; Ashley bids on a rare sculpture; a grandma blows her stack over a fake purse; a retro RV bus has Seth and Bobby J contemplating a road trip.moreless
Cousin Karen incurs Ashley's wrath; Ashley's anger poses problems for business; the new girl treads on thin ice; Seth inspects a Camaro.
Ashley revokes Les' TV deal; Les retaliates by offering stainless steel jewelry in the store; a customer strips in the store; Seth and Byron play "Detroit Idol" in the showroom.
The Golds try to operate without security guards, which Ashley thinks is a bad idea. Also: A Cadillac gives off an unpleasant odor; and a pair of binoculars are linked to history.
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