Danny sees something in his shop that makes him very uncomfortable—emptiness. So he sends the entire crew to the streets to find him cars, and fast. Danny wishes them well, but promises he will return with the biggest, baddest catch of the day.
Our five guys finally finish their bikes and head to the Motorcycle Mechanics Institute in Phoenix, where 100 Harley students and a panel of experts will decide who's really the baddest builder.
The Pawn Stars set their aim on a World War II-era bombsight. Then, Corey and the Old Man hope their fortunes will rise when they go check out a stock ticker from the 1930s.
Danny is so proud of the van he restored as a gift for his bandmate John Zito that he decides to give his own classic van a make-over. Will he able to out do himself? Later, Danny and Kevin pull over an NBA star, and Danny gets some ink of his own.
Tension builds when the guys disagree on prices with Lester. Later, Mike and Frank pay a visit to their "picking mama," Judy.
A good story can make us believe almost anything. Explore how your brain separates truth from falsehoods.
A visit from Tom's son Chad goes terribly wrong and Marty's flight back from the Revelation Mountains is delayed.
With temperatures on the rise, conditions on the ice roads quickly deteriorate. The truckers from Polar and VP Express are pushed to the brink, crossing thin ice on their way to deliver critical loads.
History is riddled with examples of people being fooled by simple tricks designed to confuse the human brain. Why do they work, and why do people keep falling for them?
We reveal the impossible ingenuity and techniques that made it possible for ancient civilizations to create mega factories such as the Roman automated factory in the south of France which could feed 12,500 people a day.
Is America's infrastructure deteriorating? Tens of thousands of bridges are structurally deficient, a third of the nation's highways are in poor condition and leaking sewage systems are creating health hazards. Discover just how serious the problem is and what it might cost to fix it.
The human memory is not as good as we think and can sometimes lead to unusual and embarrassing consequences.
Ever wonder why so many people believe in superstitions? Find out how our minds make connections, spot patterns and attempt to see into the future.
Henry Rollins explores the truth about our most familiar and famous American icon, and presents some surprising facts that expose common misconceptions about the stars and stripes.
The Sumerian gods are said to have created mankind, the Hebrews believe God gave Moses man's first laws and the angel Gabriel reportedly shared divine wisdom with the prophet Muhammad. Is it possible that these supernatural visitations were not actually the work of spiritual beings, but rather extraterrestrials using advanced technology to create and shape our civilization?
Rick fixes up a 1962 go-kart Corvette for a customer to replicate a real-life model owned by the customer.
Robert Ridge, owner of the mysterious Roswell Rock, reluctantly allows a geologist to take a grinding sample of his prized possession. This modest scraping reveals a monumental find.
Giorgio Tsoukalos meets with Linda Bowden, science education specialist at the Echo Center in Burlington, Vermont, to see one of the most compelling pieces of evidence for the existence of mysterious lake monsters.
Giorgio Tsoukalos visits with Loch Ness Monster hunter Steve Feltham on the banks of Scotland’s Loch Ness to hear about his close encounter with the elusive lake creature.
Giorgio Tsoukalos meets Robert Ridge to get a closer look at the mysterious stone-like object Robert found in the desert brush of Roswell, New Mexico. Could there be a connection between the alleged Roswell UFO crash in 1947 and this strange stone?
Rick goes on a tour of the NASCAR Hall of Fame and learns about the 1939 Ford.
Brettly has always wanted a bike, so he brought along Chris from the shop to help him decide what is best.
Bill and Joanne Ernest have been collecting items for the past 50 years, but most of their items have been left untouched and piled up in their garage.
Out in a scrapyard in Kansas, collector Rick Trotnick has piles and piles of stuff. Mike notices an open arrow sign, and immediately works on making a deal.
In this scene, the Dark Horse team scrambles to finish the float.
Mike and Frank decide to pay a visit to master picker "Mole Man" Ron to see how his house is coming along. Ron has been working on building his property since 1965 and even has his own water spring.
In this scene, Wiggs makes root beer for the parade.
In this scene, Eustace and Preston discover a wild hog has destroyed part of their winter crops, and set out to kill it.
In this scene, Alex has difficulties carrying a huge load over some dangerous ice.
In this scene, Tom and his son Chad run into mechanical problems with their snowmobiles when they are far from home and daylight is fading.
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