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The auctions give the bidders a choice- play it safe with some bread-and-butter lockers or risk it all in a developing neighborhood. Lesa goes head-to-head with a new young gun. Ricky and Bubba find a set of antique gunslinger toys. Victor tries to wash over the competition while Roy Williams uses a new strategy that could have him singing in the rain or leaving with nothing.moreless
The auctions head to Tyler, Texas where rare art and designer furniture regularly appears. A tantrum from Lesa forces Jerry to do most of the bidding and evaluation. Bubba is revealed to have claustrophobia, and is may cost them a big score. Moe finds fans that he has never seen before that he thinks could be a great hit. However all the bidders must work together to try and keep Victor at bay as he works right out of his own Texas backyard to win.moreless
Back-to-back auctions take place in Dallas. Ricky and Bubba enlist a fisherman's strategy. Victor gambles on some older poker equipment. Jerry forces Lesa to buy a contractors unit she doesn't want, and Moe might miss the auction all together due to getting lost and getting caught in some monkey business.
Lewisville, Texas is known for its glittering lakes and well-to-do residents - meaning it's the perfect place for the buyers to strike it rich. Victor and Lesa duke it out for a locker with a player piano, Roy Williams finds an alarming item, and Ricky and Bubba learn a thing or two about tea parties. The treasure is everywhere, but who will take home the winning item is anybody's guess.moreless
Lake highlands hosts the next auction. Lesa battles for a locker with a dark item. Victor hunts for a key that will open a padlocked treasure chest in a unit he buys, and one buyer stumbles upon a piece of American history. In the end everyone is asking who bought JFK.moreless
The buyers return to Fort worth. Ricky and Bubba bring a local legendary Cowboy in for assistance. Victor tries to make peace with the locals, and Lesa finds a weapon that could squash her New York rival. A civil war relic is also found, but how much will it fetch in the Metroplex?moreless
In Fort Worth Ricky and Bubba find some old football autographs which may or may not be authentic. Lesa buys a unit to prove she's no bottom-feeder, and Victor goes head-to-head with what is classified as hell on wheels. A locker filled with high-end furniture also goes up for grabs, filled with a potential 100 thousand dollar score.moreless
The buyers head to Irving where they search for some hidden heirlooms. Victor tries to be underhanded with his tactics, Jerry and Lesa find some older roping gear, Ricky and Bubba try to get the inside scoop, and one buyer will walk away with a 50 grand hit.
A thunderstorm endangers the auction in East Texas, but what is more dangerous is the tornado that joins it. All the while the bid for lockers is in high swing. Victor tries to talk Moe out of a locker hebelieves nothing is in. Lesa and Jerry come across some old radioactive materials, and Ricky and Bubba head further west to a different auction to avoid the tornado and find a table with an ancient cause.moreless
The buyers head to Burelson, Texas. Moe searches for oddities, Lesa and Moe battle for a locker with a store display worth $8000, and Ricky and Bubba buy a locker containing what they believe is an electric hemorrhoid donut.
A return to Fort Worth produces some of the worst looking lockers, but these lockers are known for hiding major valuables inside. Lesa finds what she believes to be an antique cookie jar. Victor targets mideval items again, and Moe hopes to hit it big after missing Walt's recent auction.
A major business tycoon who has recently died has his units go up for sale. Bubba and Ricky target some kitchen gear. Moe digs deep to find valuables. Victor and Lesa go head-to-head with hoping to become the new major winners of the bidding wars. In the end one person will walk away with an 8-grand payout, and another will walk away with a fist full of burgers.moreless
The bidders arrive only to learn that they aren't the only wants wanting valuables. More than 100 bidders have shown up, all armed with money and ready to spend. Ricky and Lesa target a unit full of power tools. Victor Rjesnjansky gambles on a unit full of what appears to be midcentury items, and Moe Prigoff uses an old friend to take a locker that appears to be junk and turn it into a locker full of valuables. In the end one buyer will have his clocked cleaned, while another cleans up with some antique clocks!moreless
The buyers head to Arlington on the lookout for memorabilia and collectibles. Ricky and Bubba attempt to trick the competition by living up to their original country roots. Lesa finds a snakeskin ensemble and wonders if it is worth anything, and Victor risks it all on a scooter that could have a monstrous payoff.moreless
The wars head to Irving, Texas where Lesa Lewis and Moe Prigoff target the same mystical item. Victor Rjesnjansky wins a locker that could be worth a lot more than anyone thinks it could be, and Ricky and Bubba target a locker full of sci-fi memorabilia, but if the items are too new, they might be on the losing end of the gamble.moreless
A new set of buyers enters the fray as the Storage Wars head to the Lone Star state. Buyers Rick and Bubba Smith look past the dust and grime in a locker to target an air compressor that could be more than it appears to be. Antique Aficionado Dr. Moe Prigoff targets a locker that could contain lithographs, but how new could they be? Slick New Yorker Victor Rjesnjansky stumbles across a unit with a disturbing past, and new storeowner Lesa Lewis bids to keep her doors open and her assistant Jerry's mouth closed. The buyers have to be at the top of their game. Like oil, these lockers look crude, but to the trained eye, they're as good as gold.moreless