A little girl's birthday dream playhouse, turns into a nightmare when Marc discovers in route, that the house has a squatter. And Roy deals with more security than he bargained for after he lands a top secret government run.
Roy rolls the dice shipping the world's largest drum set, while Chris and Robbie land a less-than-noteworthy Mobile Tattoo Parlor. But the real gamble comes when Chris challenges Roy to a bet and they both go all in to see who the better transporter is.
The customer finds it's "Pack Your Own Load Day" after Jenn is bested by the heat, fatigue, and big expectations--but that fares better than Jarrett where it's "Kill Your Transporter Day" after he almost crashes and burns a Vietnam era helicopter run.
Roy and his buddy Logan find themselves getting down and dirty as they tussle with a young oil baron and his derrick. Meanwhile Jarrett is more lost than ever when his run-in with a safe and its owner ends up out of this world.
America's longest running music television show is in trouble when Roy wins the bid to move their iconic camera crane, and Marc's in hot water after picking up a hot tub, but it's at the drop off when things really bubble over.
Things get blown out of proportion when Chris and Robbie face down a massive balloon dragon shipment, and Marc's in over-his-head when he agrees to haul a giant Whale sculpture made of trash.
Chris and Robbie awkwardly go where no transporter has gone before when a run brings them in contact with a Star Trek convention and its alien life forms. Meanwhile, Jarrett tries to glean from the past, and what he's learned from the other transporters as he tackles a load of massive pumpkins.
Sparks fly when Roy battles with two customers while transporting their shipments to a Renaissance Faire... and everyone holds their breath as Jenn's entrusted to ship the future of bicycling.
After challenging Chris that girls can do anything a guy can, Robbie takes over a very macho shipment--and Chris worries their profits might go down for the count. Jennifer moves a load of pricey mannequins through the heartland, and picks up an interesting traveling companion along way.
Jennifer takes on a cross-country load of live bugs that require a little more love and attention than she might be willing to give. Marc takes on his daughter as an apprentice, and the two work through their issues as they move a number of Volkswagen buses.
After challenging Chris that girls can do anything a guy can, Robbie takes over a very macho shipment--and Chris worries their profits might go down for the count. Jennifer moves a load of pricey mannequins through the heartland, and picks up an interesting travelling companion along way.
Jarrett seemingly faces the seven plagues and more when he hauls a pedal pub and a side load of sod, while it's almost "game over" for Jenn after she books an overwhelming arcade load with her underwhelming trailer.
Marc is a bit outnumbered when he transports 4 million angry bees, and turns it into a battle of attrition--Marc surviving the bee stings versus the bees jumping ship. We also meet the Bodens and the transporter couple from New Orleans ends up in a mess, literally, when they haul some pristine and not-so pristine dollhouses.
With hopes of upping his game, Jarrett joins Marc to learn the ropes on a big rig run, while newcomers Chelsea and Courtney face the deep sea and their deepest fears as they transport a live shark.
Roy lands a wild load of giant, murderous Animatronic Hillbillies, and he almost turns into one himself when he has to deal with the crazy cat lady involved with his side load of cat caskets. Jennifer transports an antique Honda.
Chris and Robbie are both sick and when they go to pick up a survival shelter things just get worse. The seller continues to hit on Robbie and wants to ship more than what was originally agreed upon.
UShip, a company that helps people ship loads that they cannot ship themselves.
Roy and Jen help separate a herd of bulls so that they can be properly shipped.
In this scene from the episode Old Man and the Sea Life, Chelsea and Courtney have to rush to get two eels and a shark to an aquarium before they die.
In this scene from the episode Rock 'em, Sock 'em, Ride 'em, Drop 'em, Jarrett tries to change his alternator but he gets a wrench stuck in his engine.
In this Scene, from the episode 'Not A Whimper, But With A Bang', Jarett tries to come off as knowing what he's doing when he goes to pick up an Indycar, but he fails to inspire confidence.
The shippers talks about how they alleviate boredom on long drives. Watch More: http://www.aetv.com/shipping-wars/
Jennifer is dropping off the refrigerator to its destination. The recipient of the refrigerator is a little skeptical about Jennifer trying to put it in the house though.
"In this scene from the episode A Fairy Tale Disaster, Jarrett convinces Roy to partner up on a shipment, but when Jarrett's trailer breaks Roy loses his cool. Roy has to drive out of the way and take over. Watch More: http://www.aetv.com/shipping-wars/
In this scene from the episode, Pop, the Tragic Dragon, Marc must improvise when he delivers a whale made of garbage.
The shippers talk about what they can't leave home without when they are on the road.
Jen visits her aunt's horse farm and talks about her love for horses.
Transporters talk about who they think is the nicest person out of all of them
In this scene from the episode Ready, Set..Pedal, Jarrett gets frustrated when he can't escape the horrible smell of the sod he's transporting.
The cast reveals which shipper they think should find a new career and what that new career should be.
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