Season 6 begins with the return of the banished Rich, who hopes to regain Les' trust. When Rich eyeballs a load of stolen goods, he sees a way back into the boss's good graces. Meanwhile, Seth continues his efforts to take over the store, all under Ashley's watchful and disapproving eye.
In the aftermath of Seth trying to sell the business out from under his father, an unforgiving Les goes incommunicado and locks himself in the office. Later, a fight on the floor spills into the parking lot and threatens to get out of control.
Questions arise about the authenticity of a rare guitar, necessitating a gut decision from Seth and Les; Ashley and a customer go toe-to-toe with weapons; and a famous wrestler makes an interesting proposition.
Les is put out when he discovers hustlers scamming customers in his own parking lot and moves to put an immediate stop to the rip-offs; a young fashionista is steamed when Seth turns down her goods; and an Xbox hotshot makes the showroom floor his own personal video arcade.
Ashley's sassy attitude is costing the store business, so Les and Seth try to figure out what's bugging her; and a serial-killer groupie brings in some macabre items. Later, Rich gets to demonstrate his drum skills when a customer brings in a set.
A warehouse overflowing with broken electronics prompts Seth to go behind his father's back and order a dumpster in which to deposit the junk; and Ashley has a run-in with a woman whose pawn experience isn't to her liking. Meanwhile, a man claiming to be a lawyer tries to unload some jewels that may be fake.
Seth worries that the deal Les got on an expensive watch is too good to be true and that the timepiece is actually a fake, so Les does some Internet sleuthing and doesn't much like what he learns. Later, Ashley is bugged about a creepy, crawly pawn; and Seth goes cruising in a pimped-out golf cart.
Part 1 of 2. The Golds become suspicious when jewelry is found strewn on the floor two different times, so they set a trap to snare the culprit responsible. Later, an unruly customer threatens Les, and when security can't handle the job the Detroit PD is called; and Seth wonders if they can sell a pair of sneakers worn by Shaquille O'Neal, which are taking up a lot of space on the sports shelf.