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AIRED ON 8/14/2014
Season 8 : Episode 86
AIRS ON 9/1/2014
Season 8 : Episode 87
NEXT EPISODE AIRS 9/1/2014 AT 10PM ON The History Channel
Play along with the Pawn Stars when Semie Moseley's personal guitar jams into the shop. Will Rick be able to hit all the right notes for this one of a kind instrument or will this deal go out of tune? Then, the Old Man and Chumlee discover signed photos of Enola Gay. Known as the plane that dropped the atomic bomb over Hiroshima, will the guys go nuclear for it? And later, a class of elementary school kids takes a field trip to the shop. Will Rick teach them the tricks of the trade or will the guys disrupt class?moreless
Set sail with the Pawn Stars as a collection of Viking items float into the shop. Will Rick discover a treasure trove or be steered in the wrong direction? Then, Corey and Chumlee are ready to rock when they're offered a photo signed by The Doors. Will the rock memorabilia light their fire or leave them singing the roadhouse blues? And later, Chumlee and Corey get knee deep in hops and yeast trying to make the perfect home brew. They know they can lead Rick to beer, but can they make him drink?moreless
Rick and Corey check out a sword belonging to the Freemasons. Will the guys be able to sneak in an offer or will negotiations get chopped? Then, Corey and Chumlee play with the idea of scoring a Gibson Master Museum guitar. Stamped with the serial number 1, how far will they go to pluck out this rare instrument? And later, Chumlee tries to prove he deserves a raise, but will his weaknesses outweigh his strengths?moreless
Hit rough terrain with the Pawn Stars when Rick bumps into a vehicle known as a rock crawler. Will he steer this off-roading dream machine home or will negotiations hit rock bottom? Then, Corey does a touchdown dance when a game worn jersey from Bob Hayes gets carried in. Will his victory be short-lived? And later, when the guys realize they're getting negative reviews online they attempt to solve the problem, but will they change for the better or worse?moreless
Step up to the plate with the Pawn Stars, when Rick tries to hit a home run with a personal check signed by Babe Ruth. Will he be able to hit it out of the ballpark or strike out swinging? Then, Corey floats the idea of purchasing Navy buttons that date back to the Civil War. Will he make an offer or let it sink? And later, when Rick's back starts acting up Chum tries to help. Will he come to the rescue or just cause a bigger pain?moreless
Tame the beast with the Pawn Stars when Rick checks out some items signed by "Grizzly Adams" actor Dan Haggerty. Can this TV icon bear a bargain, or will the asking price be too wild? Then, a piece of flag carried by Teddy Roosevelt's Rough Riders flies into the shop. Will Corey and Rick let this piece of presidential history pass them by, or are they facing an uphill battle? And later, Chumlee buys an old foot oscillator and can't help but try it out. Will he get away with a mid-shift foot massage?moreless
Get ready for the biggest game of the year with the Pawn Stars when a ball signed by NFL hall of famer Walter Payton spirals into the shop. Will Corey be able to keep his head in the game, or will a tough negotiation cause him to fumble? Then, when a program from the first Super Bowl rushes in, Corey is forced to make a game-time decision. Will he score before the clock runs out? And later, all bets are off when the Old Man gets to decide who has to work the day of the big game. Will the guys play by the rules or make an illegal substitution?moreless
Go six feet under with the Pawn Stars when the guys check out a 19th century Fisk iron casket. Will this eternal tomb hold Rick's interest or be left for dead? Then, Corey and Chumlee toy with the idea of making an offer on a massive Smurf collection. But will a tough negotiation leave them feeling blue? And later, Davey Deals is a long-time friend of the shop, but what happens when said friend overstays his welcome?moreless
Corey checks out a 1940 Buick said to have been owned by Fidel Castro; Charlie Chaplin's driver's license is brought into the shop and Chumlee takes an interest in investing in the stock market.
Rick checks out a medieval mace; Rick and the Old Man check out a set of cap guns from the 1950s; the Old Man sends Corey and Chum on a simple errand that turns into a day long adventure.
Items that come into the Pawn shop include an Original contract between the Beatles and their manager; A Cold War-era high altitude suit; a stuffed Fruit Bat; Chumlee tries to inspire another pawn shop employee to change his ways.
A Jetpack from the Gemini space program; Snoopy comic book with a personal drawing from Charles Schulz; Remco Toy Bazooka Rocket Gun; Rick does a commercial for the pawn shop.
Corey and Chumlee check out a pair of baby Air Jordan's signed by Michael Jordan; A medallion once owned by Liberace; A WWII Ammuntion Cart; Rick uses surveillance video to see what the staff does while the boss is away.
The guys check out a motorcycle custom-built for James Caan; an Al Hirschfeld lithograph; Chumlee finds a book of trivia and tries to stump Rick.
Items brought to the guys include a copy of the 1776 Annual Register; A Wombat fur coat; Gambling tokens from a Nevada State Prison; Rick and the Count do an employee swap to teach Chumlee a lesson in hard work.
Items that are brought into the Pawn Shop include an original poem handwritten by Marilyn Monroe, a suitcase mounted hybrid rocket engine and Rick gets the run-around trying to reclaim a signed Fonzie Photo accidentally sold to Davey Deals.
Items brought in include a John Dillinger FBI Wanted Poster; a Labretta scooter; and Dinosaur Coprolite aka Dinosaur Poop; the guys compete in a contest for the most steps.
In a special one-hour episode, Rick hosts the guys at the Pawn Shop together with friends for a Christmas barbecue; Meanwhile, a debate ensues on some of the best and worst deals ever made; the guys also take a look back at all of the amazing restorations done by Rick Dale and Danny aka "The Count" have done for the Pawn Shop.moreless
Corey and Chumlee check out a copy of "Amazing Fantasy Issue #15"; Davey Deals drops by with a samurai sword from the 1500s that he got in a trade; Chumlee asks for a promotion.
The guys have a chance to by the hat John Wayne wore in "The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance"; Chumlee looks at a card playing book from 1866; Corey brings his dog to the shop for the day.
A customized 1951 Harley-Davidson comes into the shop, and an early 1900s crank organ. Rick gets a manicure.
A bone saw from the Civil War walks into the shop; also, a large piece of kunzite and Chumlee takes a trip to the barber shop.
A briefcase once owned by Charles Lindbergh comes into the shop; a prototype combat vehicle produced for the U.S. military is offered for sale; Corey has to be the tie-breaking vote in a dispute between the Old Man and Rick.
Rick and Corey check out a letter written by George Washington; Rick and Lili check out a Bob's Big Boy statue; Chumlee decides to throw a house warming party at his new house.
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?moreless
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?moreless
The Pawn Shop guys check out a Cushman scooter allegedly used by paratroopers during WWII; Rick and Corey look at a rubber bullet and shell casing from the Bloody Sunday massacre; the guys send Chumlee to the mint to design a new commemorative coin.
The Pawn Shop crew check out a Winchester rifle that was purportedly taken from the Wounded Knee Massacre; A nickel slot machine from the 1940s rolls into the shop; and Chumlee finds a stray dog outside the shop.
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?moreless
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?moreless
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?moreless
Bond with the Pawn Stars when they spy a 1961 Fender Stratocaster used on the 007 theme song. 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?moreless
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?moreless
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?moreless
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?moreless
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.moreless