Roy and Jen help separate a herd of bulls so that they can be properly shipped.
In this Scene from the episode Geometrically Challenged, Jarrett goes to pick up a mini half pipe only to find that his measurements are wrong and it won't fit.
In this scene from the episode Rock 'em, Sock 'em, Ride 'em, Drop 'em, Jarrett tries to change his alternator but he gets a wrench stuck in his engine.
In this scene from the episode Guys and Dolls, Chris and Robbie enjoy an impromptu wrestling match.
In this scene from the episode Chivalry's Dead...Roy Killed It, Jenn makes the mistake of letting a client try out his delivery before getting paid.
In this scene from the episode, Pop, the Tragic Dragon, Marc must improvise when he delivers a whale made of garbage.
Chris and Robbie are out buying chains for rigging.
In this scene from the episode Punk-Drunk Love, Jessica becomes more annoyed by the steampunk nerds than the giant robot she has to load onto her truck.
The shippers discuss parts of the country they would love to avoid when transporting loads.
The shippers talk about what they can't leave home without when they are on the road.
Transporters talk about who they think is the nicest person out of all of them
In this scene from the episode Fiberglass, Steel, and Iron Wills, Jarrett gets a second chance from a past unhappy customer.
While shipping an 11-foot-tall glass water pipe to the Mile-High City, Marc tries to mellow out after a blown tire threatens to turn this shipment into shards.
When tasked with hauling the old animatronic band, Rock-A-Fire Explosion, Jenn ends up pulling a Yoko Ono and almost cancels their reunion tour.
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While shipping an 11-foot-tall glass water pipe to the Mile-High City, Marc tries to mellow out after a blown tire threatens to turn this shipment into shards. Samko saddles up to move an entire barn but when the job gets rough, she does everything she can to keep this show pony from turning into horse feathers.
Jarrett learns the answer to the question, "Where does the world's largest hog sit?" (anywhere it wants), while hauling a shipment of epic proportions. Samko finds herself in a stand off with a father during the move of a kid's handcrafted, pirate-themed playground.
Jenn won't save the world, but she better make her deadline when she hauls a 16-foot-tall Power Ranger to a child's birthday party. Meanwhile, Todd and Tamera make a draining run to the Big Easy with Vampire items.
Marc is at the helm of relaunching a massive homemade houseboat but the family's history with the boat, and Marc's stormy attitude, threaten to sink the job before it ever reaches water. Meanwhile, Jarrett meets his match when a bizarre load comes with an even crazier traveling companion.
After winning a black light putt-putt golf course, Jenn's game is tested when she realizes that for her run, "MINI-golf" is a misnomer. Todd and Tamera are literally in over their heads when rappelling skills are required at their modern art pickup.
Dusty's sensitive side is called on when he nets the job of transporting hundreds of live butterflies. Meanwhile, Jarrett confirms he does not have the "Midas touch" -- as his quarter of million-dollar bullion run turns into a fiasco.
Samko reluctantly teams up with Jenn after Jenn bids way above her weight class. When Jenn isn't completely forthright, Samko threatens to bring this load toppling down. Dusty takes on a pricey flock of geese decoys and struggles to keep them in prime hunting shape.
Jessica Samko wins a bizarre carnival type attraction, but things go fowl, when she lands a side load of baby swans. Meanwhile, a repurposed vending machine that dispenses relaxation messages is truly put to the test.
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