Featured items include a pair of sneakers signed by NBA legend Robert Parish; a cast signed helmet from the 1960's TV show "Lost in Space"; two signed David Carradine replica swords from "Kill Bill"; a signed shower curtain by Anthony Perkins from the psychological thriller "Psycho"; a cyclops print made by a member of the band Devo; a half dollar that was supposedly pierced by sharpshooter Annie Oakley; and a collection of signed Metallica memorabilia.
A 1969 Triumph motorcycle gets Rick's engine roaring; Corey checks out a motorcycle that was owned by actor Dennis Hopper; a seller brings in an antique high wheel bike that's off the chain; the BMW that rapper Tupac was shot in rolls up; and Rick test-drives the O.J. Bronco.
Rick tries to snap up an autographed card of President Abraham Lincoln; Corey and Chum think about offering big bills for a golf driver shaft designed for President Bill Clinton, until they're fore-warned he may not have used it; Rick checks out a personal check signed by President James Madison that bounces into the shop; and a patent model for an American flag press has Rick seeing stars and stripes.
Rick and Chum grapple with a Batman utility belt toy from the 1960s; a WWII era Linemar space explorer toy launches in; a "Star Wars" packaged Boba Fett prototype; an early 1900s Shelby bicycle wheels in; the creator of the board game "Face to Face" wants to sell the rights to the game along with his stockpile of celebrity signatures; two rare G.I. Joe playsets lay siege to the shop; and things get lit when a talking candle prop from "H.R. Pufnstuf" fires things up.
An anti-war speech signed by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. inspires Rick and Corey. A miniature version of a boat from Disney's Jungle Cruise ride has Rick and Chum navigating a tough deal. Rick pins his hopes on a German "Blue Max" medal from WWI.
Chum makes a sketchy deal that draws lots of attention. Rick checks out some door handles from one of Las Vegas' first casinos. They come across handwritten memoirs from a member of Bonnie and Clyde's gang. Rick and Corey find an original version of The Game of Life.
The gang looks to buy an 1862 Civil War postage stamp encased in a coin shaped holder. Then, Corey and Rick have a chance to rev up a deal for a 1980 10th Anniversary edition Datsun ZX. Finally, a man walks in with an original cast member script of the 1964 James Bond classic "Goldfinger."
A fiddle signed by Charlie Daniels puts Rick in a bind. Chumlee is hoping everything is gonna be alright when a signed Bob Marley album comes in. An autographed Led Zeppelin album looks to break records in the shop. Corey is all ears when a seller brings in a phone-operated music player from the 1930s. Then, a vest made to hold the 14 harmonicas of Blues Traveler frontman John Popper is music to Chum's ears. And later, a custom Fender quad guitar rocks into the shop.
An original Marc Chagall painting draws Rick's attention; Rick buys a Boston Red Sox World Series ring; Corey goes crazy for a first edition of Ken Kesey's novel, "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest"; and the BMW that legendary rapper Tupac was shot in rolls up.
A seller brings in an antique high wheel bike; Chum sells one of Rick's prized Japanese katanas to UFC President Dana White; Rick leaves the pawn shop to score a gorgeously-restored grand piano from the 1800s; and Rick jams out to an original Walkman cassette player.
Rick has his eye on the first American coin ever made; Corey and Chum see a future for an antique "Jetsons" cartoon lunchbox that zooms across their counter; Rick tries to snap up an autographed card of President Abraham Lincoln; Corey and Chum contemplate buying a golf driver shaft designed for President Bill Clinton; and Rick travels to an art gallery in the Venetian Hotel to see expensive illustrations from the classic children's book "Where the Wild Things Are."
A one-of-a-kind "Star Wars" packaged Boba Fett prototype; a screen-used Playboy magazine from "Forrest Gump"; the largest collection of "Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory" props in existence; signatures and a movie script from Abbott and Costello; and a prop from "Back to the Future, Part II" are featured.
A seller shows a past prop from "Back to the Future, Part II"; a creepy chemical company calendar from 1900 crosses Rick's desk; a British Navy gunpowder bucket blasts into the shop; and a belt owned by country music legend Merle Haggard takes things up a notch.
Enhanced. The Pawn Stars learn the way of the samurai when Rick and Chumlee come to grips with a valuable Japanese katana from the 1800s. Rick comes out of his shell when a set of sea turtle coins from the ancient Mediterranean city of Aegina crawl into the shop. Straight out of Mayberry, a collection of Gomer Pyle bubble gum trading cards have Rick bursting to add to his collection. Rick and Corey get their hands on some Playboy assets in the form of stock certificates.
A folding bike used by paratroopers during WWII comes into the store. An antique German clock winds up in front of Corey. A fiddle signed by Charlie Daniels puts Rick in a bind. Later, an old miner's self-rescuer falls into the store.
The first American coin ever made will cost Rick a serious chunk of change. Corey and Chum see a future for an antique "Jetsons" cartoon lunchbox. A hood ornament from an Austrian automaker and an ancient Latin book come into the shop.
Enhanced episode. Chumlee holds out for a superhero when a seller brings in boxes upon boxes of inherited comic books; Rick learns you have to buy money to make money when some rare turn of the century currency hits his counter; Chumlee hopes everything is gonna be alright when a signed Bob Marley album comes in; the Gold & Silver turns into the happiest place on earth when a seller brings in some vintage Disneyland employee costumes; a Wheaties box featuring Tonya Harding skates in.
Rick and Chum thumb through an ancient tome that was believed to hold the secret for turning metals into gold; a costume signed by "Macho Man" Randy Savage leaves the guys wrestling with a tough decision; a half dollar that was supposedly pierced by sharpshooter Annie Oakley finds itself in Rick's crosshairs; and a fancy French gunpowder flask leaves Rick locked and loaded.
An automaton performs a magic trick; a seller has a 1500s Bible, but Corey's book expert warns him to beware of false profits; a horse race gambling machine is brought in; and Rick has a set of insignias from a WWII bombardment group.
Chumlee is holding out for a superhero when a seller arrives with several boxes of inherited comic books; some rare turn of the century currency hits Rick's counter; and Chumlee flips out when an antique pinball machine launches into the store.
Enhanced episode. Rick makes an appealing offer to the owner of a bust of Marlon Brando, which turns into a tough call; a Donkey Kong penny bank from the '80s barrels into the store; Rick spots a cyclops print made by a member of the band Devo.
Enhanced episode. A cubist painting by New Zealand artist Louise Henderson; a motorcycle that was owned by Dennis Hopper; a test drive of the O.J. Simpson Bronco; a bat used by Babe Ruth; a Wells Fargo model stagecoach; a 1950s Chinese military motorcycle; and a 19th century shotgun are featured.