The buyers head back to Costa Mesa, CA. Ivy Calvin goes all in, and then taps out. Darrell finds something "Super" collectible. Jarrod and Brandi buy, and what they find could be worth twenty-five grand. And Barry bets against himself...and wins!
Looking for a competitive edge in the male-dominated storage auction scene, the Dazzler uses her feminine wiles to obtain inside information. Ricky and Bubba set their Texas land speed record. Mary gets a second opinion on a find that Moe considers worthless. Venturing where no women are allowed, Jenny uncovers clues to the secrets of a centuries-old secret society.
The buyers swoop into Moreno Valley, CA. Darrell Sheets tries to play the nice guy, and finishes last. Rene and Casey buy a perfect unit for their store, and then get their groove on. Jarrod finally finds a Rolex...of sorts. And Barry Weiss thinks he scored, but is he right on the button?
Sparks fly in DeSoto, Texas, as Lesa Lewis and Jerry Simpson return from East Texas to make another score -- and this time, Jenny Grumbles and Mary Padian are ready. To the amusement of the other buyers, the tension between Lesa, Jenny, and Mary boils over, and Lesa finds that what she says can and will be used against her.
On the hottest day of summer, the buyers return to the wealthy suburb of Lake Highlands, Texas. Victor gets burned by a mistake, but a surprise find leads him to the floor of the Dallas Mavericks' basketball arena. Bubba finds a book that might magically transport him to another realm. Moe, Mary, and Jenny lock horns with a pair from Storage Wars Texas past.
The buyers venture to the labyrinth-like Self Storage Center in Cerritos. Jarrod and Dave set their sights on a locker filled with handcrafted bamboo fishing rods. And Brandi tries a little feminine wit to outsmart her macho competitors.
The buyers head to Trenton, New Jersey where Chris and Tad find fireworks, but get no bang for their buck. Joe P. finds out whether his hearing aids whisper a sweet something or nothing, and a larger than life new buyer is introduced.
The Gotti family is getting ready to go to Italy, and that means planning, getting passports in time, and making their flight--all the things the family doesn't do so well. The boys ponder whether Italian women are hairy, and whether it's legal for them to drink in Italy. Meanwhile, Luigi is redoing the guesthouse so Victoria's sister Angel can move in. It's a race against time, because Luigi's going to Italy too, and he only has a week to finish the renovations.
Everyone's an entrepreneur, as Frankie decides to open a tanning salon and Victoria tries to get her own magazine off the ground. Too bad for the both of them, Frankie's in over his head. And if he can't step up and pull it together, Victoria's going to have to do both their jobs.
As the opening of Frankie's tanning salon approaches, Victoria begins to worry that maybe the stress of being a business owner is too much for her youngest son. And this time she doesn't have time to step in and save the day -- she's got her hands full taking care of the two Rottweiler puppies Frank and Carmine have brought home against her wishes.
The Gottis return home from Italy and get some sad news: their dog Sebastian is dead. While Victoria--who suspects foul play--decides to give her dog the grandest burial possible, the boys and Robert get tattoos in the dog's honor.
Victoria buys Robert an eye-opening birthday gift, and he repays her generosity by driving her nuts. And speaking of driving, Victoria decides to keep a closer eye on Carmine and John by installing a tracking device in their cars without their knowledge.
Victoria gets fed up with the constant stream of unwanted visitors coming to the house, so she decides to move -- again. Meanwhile, John is trying to decide where to go to college -- or if he should go to college at all -- so Victoria and Uncle Pete hatch a scheme to keep him close to home.
The Gotti family arrives in Italy, the birthplace of their ancestors. As soon as they land in Rome, the boys start getting in touch with their roots at gladiator school. An expert on Roman fighting teaches Carmine, John and Frankie the moves, and the boys square off in armed combat. Meanwhile, Victoria sets off on a shopping trip. Her search for hair rollers runs into trouble, and the lack of air conditioning is a problem, but she still thinks Rome is the most beautiful city in the world.
In Italy, Victoria charters a boat to take her family to the fabulous island of Capri in high style. Unfortunately, she puts Robert in charge, and ends up with a dinky dingy instead of a fabulous yacht. As usual, Victoria has to take matters into her own hands, while at the same time she fights a running battle with Luigi over his mooching. And Carmine, who wanted to go to Capri in the first place, ditches the trip entirely, while John finds himself on the strange position of defending Luigi.
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