The white collar and blue collar divide has shaped our cities and our states. How did this rivalry change the way we all bring home the bacon?
Larry and his crew trek across the space-crazed state of New Mexico, where they visit an amateur rocket scientist before reaching their final stop at Roswell.
The guys take a look at an 1861 Civil War saber, but it seems too good to be true. Later, Corey bets the Old Man he can get top dollar for a watch.
Did you know that Paul Revere didn't ride alone, and there were women on the Revolutionary War battlefields? Find out more about the war’s lesser-known patriots.
A customer comes in hoping to sell his first-edition copy of Ernest Hemingway's "For Whom the Bell Tolls," but will his story have a tragic ending? Meanwhile, Rick has some tough negotiating to do on a 1932 Lincoln Roadster. Will he strike gold with this deal?
Rick buys some antique pawn shop related movie posters to hang in the store, but will Corey's mistake cost Rick his beloved showpieces?
The guys take a shot at owning a musket made by Eli Whitney. Later, a customer brings in a golf ball once owned by President Lyndon Johnson.
A customer brings in a photo album containing photos of General George S. Patton, one of history's greatest military leaders. Will Rick get his hands on these photos, or will the customer's asking price force him to retreat?
The Pawn Stars get an inside look at one of the most infamous crimes in American history when a man brings in a detective's case file from the Lindbergh baby kidnapping.
Rick and Chumlee meet a man selling life-sized Star Wars statues. Can the shop make some money off these unique pieces of memorabilia, or will Rick choose to send them to a galaxy far, far away.
Get behind the wheel and take control of some of the largest, fastest and most powerful vehicles on the planet.
Les Paul's nephew entices Rick with some rock n' roll history, including a Les Paul custom guitar and some original paperwork. Later, Chum is in charge of training the new night shift employee.
A spree of robberies, killings and kidnappings during an 18-month period from 1933 to 1934 shook the nation to its core.
The Pawn Stars have a chance to buy a 450-year old book thought to be owned by Sir Isaac Newton. How much is this seemingly priceless piece of literature worth?
Rick wants a particular Chevy for his dad and gives Mike and Frank a week to find one. The Pickers find a car in need of major restoration, so they meet Rick Harrison at Rick Dale's shop where both Ricks can see the car and haggle over the price.
Who brought ice cream to America? Find out as host Ian Knauer hand-churns a bucket of ice cream based on a beloved president's recipe.
Site boss Mike bets his employee Chad that he can’t destroy a metal pipe fitting in three hammer hits, and when he loses, he has to get wet.
One of New York’s most famous landmarks, the Brooklyn Bridge transports 120,000 vehicles and 4,000 pedestrians every day.
Pawn Stars is moving to Thursdays at 9/8c! In celebration, Lynyrd Skynyrd performs the new Pawn Stars theme song.
In this "This Day in History" video, learn about the history of June 21. It was the day Evita the musical opened in London in 1978 as well as the day the United States Constitution was ratified in 1787.
Living off the land is risky business for a mountain man.
Mountain men describe why they enjoy living their rugged lifestyle in the wilderness.
Living in the isolated wilderness, mountain men have to rely on themselves in order to survive in nature.
Battling the weather is one of the biggest challenges that mountain men face on a daily basis.
Working without a partner can be lonely, but for a mountain man it is just a part of the lifestyle.
Everyday life is filled with endless challenges for a mountain man striving to survive in the wild.
Mountain men reflect on how their way of life might eventually be lost to time.
Mountain men explain how to look for signs of animal tracks in the wild.
Mountain men share which important skills they would like to pass on to the next generation.
Mountain men offer tips to avert danger when encountering a bear in the wild.