The light of the full moon draws the swampers into the bayou. Nighttime snake hunting helps Willie make money around the clock. Joe and Tommy use the darkness to scout for a new honey hole, but another opportunity presents itself, shrimp.
The first director of the FBI, J. Edgar Hoover was both feared and respected. Though he was known for gathering intelligence on others, he also had many secrets of his own.
Men and machines take to the Alaskan seas in order to hunt, catch and process 300 tons of fish a day.
J.P. Morgan arrives on the scene and expedites the growth of American business through finance.
Railroads, oil, steel and electricity have all been harnessed in less than 50 years, but the face of America is changing and will never be the same.
Cornelius Vanderbilt sees railroads as a way for America to rebuild after the Civil War.
America's largest building phase after the Civil War was driven by the railroads but built with steel.
Open wide with the Pawn Stars when an early 1900s Peerless Harvard dental chair rolls into the shop. Can Corey drill into the negotiation or will it be like pulling teeth? Then, Rick gets ready to party on when memorabilia from the 1990s movie "Wayne's World" is brought in. Will Rick think he's not worthy or will the items make him say no way? And later, Rick is surprised when he starts receiving letters from a secret admirer. Will the letters strike the right note or will Rick be sending them straight Return To Sender?
Explore how some older gadgets and gizmos worked and find out how more advanced tech made them obsolete.
Shoot the breeze with the Pawn Stars when a tree with an 1800s revolver inside it takes root in the shop. Will Rick think money grows on this tree or will he be barking up the wrong one? Then, Chumlee gets creative when checking out a Renaissance etching by Pietro Facchetti. Will Chumlee be able to etch out a deal or will the artwork fail to leave an impression? And later, the Old Man demands the shop give a Senior Citizen's Day discount. Will Rick respect his elders or will he tell the old guard to hit the road?
Why do some people believe that the government keeps reports of UFO encounters under wraps, and what might these cover-ups reveal about our ancient past?
A client comes in with his grandfather's helicopter flight helmet from the Vietnam War. Meanwhile, Tyler attempts to work on a 1940s Coke machine.
The stars get revved up when they check out a classic 1941 Indian motorcycle. Then, a woman putters into the shop with a golf club once owned by Dean Martin, and someone drops by with an autographed Bugs Bunny poster.
Chumlee heads to a customer’s house to try making a solo deal, which he hopes will prove to Rick and the Old Man that he deserves more responsibility. Can he make the store some real money?
The Appalachian Trail spans 2,168 miles from Maine to Georgia, and takes 3 to 6 months to hike. But what if you don't have that kind of time? Tanner, Rutledge and Adam are given the monumental task of driving a road-based version of all 14 states on the trail in just 1 day. With just 24 hours to complete their task they barely have time to stop and must come up with all sorts of ideas to save time.
Chumlee needs some expert advice on a vintage Renaissance etching by Pietro Facchetti depicting the Passion of the Christ in this scene from "Hidden Treasure."
Corey calls in restoration expert Bob Yuhas to inspect a rare early-1900s Peerless Harvard dental chair in this scene from "Secret Admirer."
Roli gets suited up for some action when he and Horny Mike visit a bull riding competition.
The guys take us through this season's scariest moments.
When Roli is trying to wash the Count’s pimpmobile, the guys try to bribe Roli to wash their vehicles.
Danny checks out an '86 Chevy Fleetside that could be a good potential flip for the shop.
A herd of amiable cows blocks a road that was meant to be a shortcut in this scene from "Appalachian Trail."
What were the guys' favorite rides this season?
When Kevin and Horny Mike visit a customer to talk about paint work, everything goes wrong.
Las Vegas has an "anything goes" reputation, but there are some taboos that, if broken, can get a gambler relegated to Sin City's little black book.
Rick meets with a woman who is interested in selling a collection of postcards illustrated by Italian propaganda artist Adolfo Busi in this scene from "Smarty Pants."
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America was growing in the 1800s, and railroads carried people to all corners of the country. But traveling by train wasn’t exactly comfortable or luxurious—until George Pullman designed his sleeping car.
Take a tour of New Salem, Illinois, the town Abraham Lincoln called home during his early 20's and helped mold the future president.
In 1920’s Chicago, the best food, music and drink could be found at one place-- The Green Mill. This speakeasy wasn’t just a hotspot for the locals; it was the favorite watering hole of legendary gangster Al Capone.
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