Smo gives the third degree to a boy who's trying to date his teenage daughter. Meanwhile, Smo and the band have completely outgrown his home studio, but Smo's worried they'll lose their music mojo if they rehearse anywhere else.
The buyers meet up in La Habra, CA and run into 'The King of Palmdale.' Ivy Calvin, a former ultimate fighter gets into the ring and quickly goes toe to toe with Darrell. Jarrod and Brandi buy, and meet a nerd. And Barry Weiss hits the links with a famous golfing buddy.
The women are divided about competing in a racy bikini rodeo. Marvel's stormy past catches up to her surprising everyone in the group.
The Rodeo Girls hit the Wild West town of Cody Wyoming and Darcy takes them for an unexpected and unwanted detour. Tensions mount between Darcy and the other women when they realize this detour could be more trouble than it's worth.
It's the start of the rodeo season and friends quickly become rivals when Darcy, a wealthy socialite, surprises everyone, by showing up with a new 200K "Ferrari" of a horse. Darcy is forced to put her money where her mouth is and prove to the group that she didn't just buy her way in but has the rugged talent needed to back her pretty face up.
Stops at home between rodeos brings issues to the forefront and forces the Rodeo Girls to re-evaluate their lifestyle choices. At a crossroads they must make decisions that affect each of their lives and their loved ones. Do they choose freedom or let themselves be tamed?
It's the end of the barrel-racing season and Darcy is overwhelmed with rodeo, a new beau, as well as hosting a big gala at her estate to celebrate her birthday and the 4th of July with everyone. All of the women are faced with forks in their roads that affect their lives and the future of their rodeo careers.
Still reeling from the betrayal of the women at Scottsdale, Darcy hits the road to prove she's the real deal. Tensions mount between Darcy and Barb and boil over into a barn fight.
When Willie contemplates re-branding the Duck Commander image, Jase takes issue with having an outsider design their image, so he and the guys create their own new logo and business cards. Meanwhile, Willie and Phil help Bella with her science project, so Phil takes this chance to teach his granddaughter about nature, and ends up teaching her more than Willie was hoping.
Marc is weighed down by a load that might just be more than the Snortin' Boar can tackle. Meanwhile, Dusty gets stuck hauling some very unique art sculptures and learns a few lessons along the way--tape might not fix everything.
Jessica signs up to move a half-ton steampunk robot in a single day, but will bad weather turn her load into steamjunk? Todd and Tamera realize that moonshine stills and porcelain plates don't mix well in the back of a trailer.
It's spring break and Jarrod and Brandi decide to bring their kids to the auction, will they be a help or a hindrance? Rene and Casey are back working as a team. Ivy hopes to stock up for his upcoming store auction and Darrel puts his "Gambler" nickname to the ultimate test.
In this special episode of Storage Wars: We reexamine the most and least successful strategies in Storage Wars history, from covert bidding to Barry's over-the-top antics. Also, a never-before-seen appraisal shows what happens when Darrell goes to the wrong place
When a man missing for 30 years shows up dead, Walt must deal with a media frenzy and determine if he really is the long-lost heir. Henry is tired of relying on others and makes a risky decision.
The buyers are back in Surf City, USA. Barry brings the king of kitsch, Charles Phoenix to "view" an auction first hand. Darrell finds there's no such thing as home field advantage. And Jarrod buys solo only to have Brandi drag him down to the station!
In this scene from the episode Father Smos Best, Lanica spills the beans that Ameria has a boyfriend, and Smo tries to find out as much as he can.
In this scene from the episode Brand of Brothers, the Duck Commander crew discuss their business card ideas over lunch.
In this scene from the episode Father Smos Best, Dan brings the band to a new studio space, and finds that it's a tough fit.
Smo, Alex and Haden talk about the tiny studio they've been working in for years.
Jase explains his thoughts on Willie's idea to change the Duck Commander logo.
Watch as Willie and Jase remember back to an unfortunate incident involving a huge RV, poor communication, and the destruction of one of Jase's prized possessions.
In this scene from the episode Hernias and Hissy Fits, Marc is physically exhausted from his heavyweight champion pick up.
In this scene from the episode Brand of Brothers, Jase gets his first look at Willie's design ideas for the new Duck Commander logo, and he's less than thrilled.
The cast discusses some of the celebrities they have met on the job, including themselves.
In this scene from the episode Punk-Drunk Love, Tamera and Todd fail to deliver the restaurant plates safely and end up forfeiting a big part of their profit.
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.
Smo is surprised and wary to hear that Ameria has a boyfriend.
In this scene from the episode Hernias and Hissy Fits, Dusty grudgingly agrees to make two runs to deliver some giant duct tape sculptures.
In this scene from the episode It's Bring Your Kids To Work Day, Darrell and Brandon find a tortilla dough press and take it to a Mexican restaurant to have it appraised.
this scene from the episode It's Bring Your Kids To Work Day, Jarrod and Brandi bring the kids along to learn how much their chemistry set is worth, and participate in some exciting science experiments while they're at it.
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