User Score: 894
The second half of the hundred storagevault auctions continue in Chatsworth. Ivy looks to grab a handsome profit from units he wins and Jarrod and Brandi look to be the biggest winners when the day ends.
The buyers head to Chatsworth for a record set of storage vaults that are up for auction. Darrel and another bidder clash over one unit and Barry finds what he believes are antiques in a unit he wins.
The buyers journey to Lake Esinore for the next set of auctions. Jarrod and Brandi get into a heated argument and Darrell and Brandon find a lucrative item though with a potential high priced catch.
The buyers head to La Habra for the next round of storage unit auctions and encounter a local buyer who seems willing to go toe to toe with Darrell in bidding.
The buyers journey to Mountebello for the next round of auctions. Jarrod and Brandi hope to reverse their recent string of bad luck and Darrell thinks he may have uncovered the biggest find in the history of storage unit auctions.
The buyers head to Tustin for the next set of auctions. Jeff looks to turn a great profit on a unit he wins and Brandi and Jarrod have a difficult time during the auctions.
The bidders are in the Hollywood vicinity for the next round of auctions. Barry spends freely in search of good units and Darrell finds a way to make a profit in an offbeat way.
The buyers head to Mission Hills for the next round of auctions. Jarrod and Brandi find an unusual item in a unit they win and Dave finds himself in a disadvantage before the bidding begins.
The buyers journey to Murietta for the next round of auctions. The auctioneers see a buyer return that they are uncomfortable to deal with. Jarrod and Brandi take a chance on a unit with electrifying results.
The buyers head to Compton for the next set of auctions. Jarrod and Brandi find an unusual suit in a locker they win and Barry discovers a GPS system in his unit.
Dave finds an item he finds in a locker he wins that he considers worthy cheering about. Darrell winds up with what he considers his biggest locker ever.
This episode takes place at a storage facility in Costa Mesa, California.
The buyers journey to Westminister for the next set of auctions. Dave seems to have odd discussions in the unit he wins.
The buyers travel to Lakewood for the next round of auctions. Darrell and Brandon win a unit that looks to have gear for a fiesta and Barry fears he has crossed into dangerous territory in his auction obsession.
The buyers go to San Bernadino for the next set of auctions. Jarrod and Brandi find their attitude changes after the auctions end and Darrell and Brandon find items in a locker they win that may yield a handsome profit.
The buyers go to Chino for the next set of auctions where Darrell lets his son bid on the lockers being auctioned off and Dave looks to strike gold in his units.
The buyers travel to Riverside for the next round of storage unit auctions. Jarrod and Brandi find problems in dealing with the heat and choosing the unit to bid on. Barry and Dave make a bet with a couch as the focal point of the wager.
The buyers are in Garden Grove for the next set of auctions where Dave acts like a raider in an Egyptian tomb and Darrell looks to take a German themed angle in his approach.
The buyers are in Irvine for the latest round of storage unit auctions. Jarrod and Brandi look to continue their winning ways and Barry wants to reverse his bad luck of late.
The buyers head to Westminster for the next set of unit auctions. Barry finds a unique item in a unit and sets a new record at the auction.
The buyers journey to Montebello for the next round of auctions where Jarrod and Brandi find the day quickly sours for them.
The buyers head to Gardena for the next round of auctions where an item from the Cold War era is found in one of the units auctioned off.
The buyers negotiate the desert winds of Lancaster, CA. Jarrod arrives cocky, and it's annoying Brandi. Darrell Sheets finds his feminine side. New buyer Jeff Jarrod is back, and he's keeping tabs on Barry. And Barry drops the hammer on a locker, but who will cross the finish line first?
The buyers descend upon Laguna Nigel, CA. Jarrod and Brandi look to fill their shelves, and their pockets. Barry Weiss slices up his competition. Darrell Sheets brings a positive, stern, business attitude and not much else. And Dave Hester's no where in sight but there is a new buyer on the scene, and he's all about fair play.moreless
The buyers make a trip to the City of Industry in California. The Sheets make up, but that's not necessarily a good thing.
The buyers are back again in Long Beach, CA and hoping for better outcomes. Heavy bidder Mark Balelo returns with fifty grand of locker money. Darrell Sheets gets one dropped on him. Jarrod and Brandi try and reel in a score. And Barry Weiss buys on a tip, but will he get his motor running, or blow a gasket?moreless
Buying erupts in Hawaiian Gardens, CA. Barry decides to start thinking inside the box, and brings and inside man. Jarrod fills the store, but empties his wallet. Dave helps the Dotson's commissions. And with the Sheets split, Brandon discovers just why people call his dad "The Gambler."
The buyers head to the northern part of Southern California, Oxnard. Barry Weiss finds a room with a view. Dave Hester's looking for gold, and finds bronze. Jarrod battles Dave, along with a nasty cold. And Darrell and Brandon get into a nasty fight that could spell the end of the "Tank Top Twins."moreless
The buyers venture back to the notorious vault auction, this time in Chattsworth, CA. Jarrod and Brandi find something that makes noise, if not money. Barry Weiss uses "the force"... the auction buying force that is. Darrell Sheets finds treasure in Brandon's pile of trash. And Dave Hester barks a lot, but is there any bite behind it?moreless
The buyers head to La Verne for the next round of storage unit auctions. Operating by himself, Darrell thinks he may have found a hidden treasure in one unit. Brandi and Jarrod come up with a new system to use for their auction bidding.