Charlie Tucker gathers his hard earned pelts and gets ready for market.
Eustace Conway and Preston take an unusual approach to putting food on the table.
Kyle Bell teaches his son Ben how to work with his natural surroundings to keep warm in the frigid night air.
Rick Smith Jr. claims he can throw an ordinary playing card with devastating accuracy and power, but can he throw it farther than the longest field goal in football history?
Phil Stringer can run straight through a brick wall, but can he smash his way through 10 blocks of ice over five feet thick?
In this scene, Hugh narrowly avoids an accident while navigating a perilous bend on an icy road.
The guys meet Frank Raquet, the self-proclaimed original picker. His vast property houses several barns, each jam-packed with items from wall to wall.
Join Dr. Libby O'Connell in Parc Monceau, one of the first public parks in Paris.
Dr. Libby O'Connell explores the gardens at Monticello, the Virginia home of Thomas Jefferson.
While driving off the beaten path, the guys come across Ken Thompson's log cabin. The property is home to Ken's vast collection of bicycles and shelf upon shelf of oilcans in pristine condition.
While visiting fellow picker Mike Trotnick, Mike is very tickled by his purchase of a small "Please" sign.
In this scene, Danielle breaks out graphs and charts to convince Mike and Frank to let her and Robbie go out on the road.
Marty prepares to leave the Revelation Mountains, but a solid-ice runway may severely damage his plane.
When Tyler tasks Kowboy with adding legs to a wooden hockey table game from 1953, the power goes to Kowboy's head.
Ron shows off a '20s-era cigar slot machine and a 1980s candy machine to a prospective client.
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