Watch the Pawn Stars take on an EMT and a janitor to keep an incredible piece of rock n' roll memorabilia signed by one of the greatest guitar players of all time.
The Hudson Valley-based Fugawi Motorcycle Club has just made a life-changing decision: They're finally going to build an indoor bathroom in their clubhouse. While the contactors are busy with the build, Medicine Man and Charlie Nutsss handle the most important task: feeding the guys a meal fit for a Fug.
Troy desperately needs to find a new honey hole, a corner of the bayou teeming with gators. He thinks he's found one, but the rights to hunt it will cost him a lot of cash.
Meet extraordinary people with real superpowers, including a man who claims he has survived over 900 car crashes without injury.
Saddle up with the Pawn Stars when a Gene Autry guitar struts into the shop. Will Corey and Chum pony up the money for the "Singing Cowboy" item, or will the deal be out of tune? Then, Rick starts clowning around when a Red Skelton portrait comes in. Will Rick be laughing all the way to the bank, or will he suspect some funny business? And later, when Chum decides to sell his shoe collection in the shop, Rick has other ideas. Will Chum's business deal get up and running or will it cause a big stink?
Both believers and non-believers are using scientific discoveries to explore the ultimate question: does God exist?
The guys travel to the birthplace of the Fugawi MC for the annual Americade Motorcycle Rally. Old Timer attempts the impossible, seeking revenge on Medicine Man for the Dairy Queen prank, while the rest of the Fugs partake in the yearly tradition of high stakes dares.
Mudflap and Old Timer take Momma to Atlantic City for her birthday while Holeshot takes the lead on a backyard renovation job.
Meet extraordinary people with real superpowers, including a man who claims to have the world's stretchiest skin. Plus, check out the human guinea pig who allows deadly snakes to bite him for the benefit of science.
It's the start of ginseng season in the Appalachian Mountains, but getting rich off of the golden root isn't easy. Local ginseng kingpin Tony Coffman has controlled the ginseng market for years—until now. Corby "The General" Patton just rolled into town, and he wants a piece of the action.
A cosmetologist and a rocket scientist go head to head with Rick in hopes of winning a bike, jewelry and an incredible gun from his personal collection.
The guys decide to go fishing, and even though Medicine Man does not eat fish, he'll have to eat one if Holeshot catches it. Meanwhile, Momma gives Old Timer and Wise One a laundry list of fix ups around the house, while Nutsss and Tommy go for a ride because Tommy wants a free burger.
Discover the world of rotorcraft and the science that enables them to hover like hummingbirds.
Wise One challenges ultra-competitive Hole Shot to a race to see who has the fastest bike in the club. Meanwhile, the rest of the Fugs have a little fun when they set up the perfect job site prank on the most short-tempered Fugawi, Old Timer.
Ginseng prices are skyrocketing, and outsiders, like Greg Shook, quickly learn that locals don't take kindly to strangers. Meanwhile, Corby "The General" Patton continues to poach Tony Coffman's clients and puts Tony on the verge of failing to fill the first order of his career.
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