Barry talks about his car and motorcycle collection.
In this scene from the episode The French Job, Jarrod and Brandi sort through their locker purchase only to find boxes full of Yo-Yo's. Watch More: http://www.aetv.com/storage-wars/
In this scene from the episode The Shrining, Darrell and Brandon find some valuable items in their locker, but are more intrigued in the pole vault that they stumble upon.
In this scene from the episode The Shrining, Barry ins't pleased to find his locker full of bags.
"In this scene from the episode A Time to Kiln, Barry buys a locker full of old doll molds and a couple of old kilns. Watch More: http://www.aetv.com/storage-wars/
In this bonus scene, Barry and Kenny drive through Pennsylvania in a big, yellow Peeps car.
"Jarrod and Brandi buy a locker full of junk, and Barry takes advantage of the situation. Watch More: http://www.aetv.com/storage-wars/
On the way to an auction, Dan pokes fun of Laura and her addiction to shopping.
In this scene from the episode That's My Jerry, Jarrod ended up buying a locker that Brandi does not approve of, she's not happy about losing money on this locker. Watch More: http://www.aetv.com/storage-wars/
Casey decides that she wants to keep a few items from the locker Rene just bought. Watch More: http://www.aetv.com/storage-wars/
Dave's New Truck loses a wheel Jarrod makes fun of him.
In this scene from the episode LBC U LTR, Darrell and Brandon find out how much their airbrush gun is really worth from a professional air brush artist.
It's a fur-to-riches story as Danny -- a spunky, wise-crackin' cat with moves like Fred Astaire -- heads to Hollywood on a quest to overcome the "species barrier" and become a dancing movie legend. With choreography by late Academy Award-winner Gene Kelly ("Singin' in the Rain," the "That's Entertainment!" trilogy), this full-length animated musical comedy features the voices of Scott Bakula (TV's "Enterprise," "Major League: Back to the Minors"), Jasmine Guy (Alex Haley's "Queen," "Harlem Nights"), Grammy-winner Natalie Cole, Oscar-winner George Kennedy ("Dennis the Menace Strikes Again," "Small Soldiers"), Hal Holbrook ("The Majestic," the "North and South" miniseries), John Rhys-Davies ("The Lord of the Rings" trilogy, the "Indiana Jones" trilogy), and Emmy-winner Don Knotts ("Pleasantville," "Big Bully"). Featuring original songs by Grammy- and Oscar-winner Randy Newman ("Monsters, Inc.," the "Toy Story" movies,).
It's a fur-to-riches story as Danny -- a spunky, wise-crackin' cat with moves like Fred Astaire -- heads to Hollywood on a quest to overcome the "species barrier" and become a dancing movie legend.
It's a fur-to-riches story as Danny, a spunky, wise-crackin' cat with moves like Fred Astaire, heads to Hollywood on a quest to overcome the "species barrier" and become a dancing movie legend. With choreography by the late Gene Kelly, this full-length animated musical comedy features the voices of Scott Bakula, Jasmine Guy, Natalie Cole, George Kennedy, Hal Holbrook, John Rhys-Davies, and Don Knotts. Featuring original songs by Randy Newman.
When Richard Tyler (Macaulay Culkin) takes shelter in an empty library, he comes face-to-face with fearsome literary legends -- mighty Moby Dick, treacherous Treasure Island pirates and even a fire-breathing dragon. Richard must conquer his fears or he’ll never get back home! Co-starring Christopher Lloyd and featuring an all-star voice cast, this family adventure will inspire your imagination!
A timid boy overcomes his fears during an exciting journey through a magical library where various genres act as guides and the entire world of fiction is the terrain.
Seeking refuge from a storm, timid Richard Tyler enters an empty library only to be swept away into the magical animated world of the Pagemaster. It's a timeless place of wonder and discovery where legendary characters from literary classics come alive. Richard meets the infamous "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hide" and comes face to face with the mighty "Moby Dick," the treacherous pirates on "Treasure Island" an a giant fire - breathing dragon.
In this special holiday episode, the buyers become givers as they head to Dan and Laura's house for a white elephant gift exchange! Even though the proceeds are going to charity, the buyers can't help but get ultra-competitive. Who will win? Who will lose? And most importantly...who knows the words to Jingle Bells?
An auction in San Marcos brings Darrell and Brandon to their home turf and Mary finds a way to deal with inflated prices. Jarrod and Brandi buy a vintage piece that sends them spinning while Ivy discovers something that puts a song in his heart.
In this episode we focus on the one place that determines who truly wins or loses: the appraisals. The collectors, experts, and kooks have always been happy to teach the buyers something new...or at least let them have some fun. But it always comes down the same question: what's it worth?
The buyers throw down at an auction in Koreatown. Dave is expecting score some high end merchandise, while Darrell struggles as he has never been to this area before. Mary fights for a locker despite the high prices and Jarrod's antics may just push Brandi over the line.
An auction in El Monte, CA has big lockers which means big money. Dave nabs a unit that shows he knows how to party. Rene tries to slice a bit of profit from a chilling find. While Jarrod and Brandi attempt to play the other buyers, but will their strategy backfire before they can score?
In this episode we take a walk down memory lane with the most "senior" buyer: Barry Weiss. "The Collector" was always better at turning the auctions into fun than profit, so we look back at his turbocharged thrills, spills, and puns...lots of puns.
Darrell and Brandon return to the sight of their biggest score while the other buyers are focused on taking down the self-proclaimed "King of Montebello." Jarrod and Brandi land a locker that leads them to something called a "Herbmeister" and Rene and Casey score a potentially sweet unit.
The buyers head to El Monte, CA where they take the local competition head on. Darrell and Brandon score some antique loot while Jarrod and Brandi get a rocking' good locker. And Ivy hits a score that may just lead to the mother load.
Darrell and Brandon return to the sight of their biggest score while the other buyers are focused on taking down the self-proclaimed "King of Montebello.
The buyers welcome Rene and Casey back to the auctions with a healthy dose of badgering and competition. Dave heats things up and finds a piece of board game history. Jarrod and Brandi continue to struggle to get a locker and Darrell and Brandon show their moves outside of the auctions.
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