Jarrett deals with his biggest pain in the ass yet after he wins a giant 40-foot colon. Meanwhile it's NO fun and games for Roy when he battles the anal owner of a giant video game.
Todd and Tamera take on some Monsters in a move that proves to be anything but cinematic. Meanwhile, Dusty picks up some travelling companions of the strong, silent type. Can any of the transporters make it to their destinations with their sanity intact?
Jessica finds herself asking a LOT of questions after she agrees to transport a seller's loved one named Bruce. Dusty hits the road with a giant cow skull that leaves him crawling through the desert heat.
Jarrett, single-handedly almost ruins the west coast art scene when he hauls an odd sculpture to its various photo shoot locations in the Bay area. Meanwhile, on the east coast, Jessica's doing her best to destroy a large piece of Americana.
A shipment of medical equipment takes a turn for the weird when Jenn learns her load is a LOT different than expected. Todd and Tamera discover the hardest part of their day is simply escaping the streets of the New York City.
Jessica signs up to move a half-ton steampunk robot in a single day, but will bad weather turn her load into steamjunk? Todd and Tamera realize that moonshine stills and porcelain plates don't mix well in the back of a trailer.
Marc is weighed down by a load that might just be more than the Snortin' Boar can tackle. Meanwhile, Dusty gets stuck hauling some very unique art sculptures and learns a few lessons along the way--tape might not fix everything.
It's a clash of egos when Marc and Jarrett find that both of their shipments are headed to the same drop off. After Jarrett asks Marc for a favor, he discovers that favor turned into the short end of the stick.
Jenn learns that Roy Garber's "perfect, just like me" was more than a catch-phrase when she's tasked with transporting a load that was once shipped by the legend... and it's a small world meanwhile.
Things melt down, when Jenn tackles the dismantling of a butter sculpture in the Texas heat, while Jessica Samko makes her stage debut by running late and ruining a middle school play's dress rehearsal.
Marc's run to "far out" Roswell leaves him proud to be from this world, while Todd and Tamera end up needing more than a few quarters to extend their vintage game pod run.
After Jenn attempts to drive a decked-out armored, assault vehicle to its buyer, the ride turns out to be little more than she bargained for. Marc faces a wall of storms as he attempts to deliver the daredevil motorcycle ride -- "Wall of Death."
Jenn gets an earful when her pricey load of prayer gongs almost misses their uptight buyer, but when Jarrett's load is delayed by a day he ends up catching hell and a few catcalls handling a side job on the Vegas strip.
After picking up a simple coin operated carousel, Jarrett ends up going in circles when the buyer calls in-route with other loads that need hauling, but double threat Todd and Tamera are almost DOA when their fragile 140 year old horse drawn hearse shows up to the drop off with missing items.
Things get spirited when Jenn realizes her load of antique dolls come with "passengers", and newcomer Dusty Davie ends up in a dog fight with a Russian era MIG fighter.
Roy's patience is tested when he ships an iconic piece of ghostly movie history, while Darwinian Theory is proven when the Two Blondes attempt a load of dinosaurs.
In this scene from the episode Broke Down & Busted, Roy checks his cargo and discovers a broken piece of metal.
The shippers talks about how they alleviate boredom on long drives. Watch More: http://www.aetv.com/shipping-wars/
Mash up Montage of the funniest moments from season 3.
In this scene from the episode Guys and Dolls, Chris and Robbie enjoy an impromptu wrestling match.
The shippers discuss their favorite and least favorite kind of clients to deal with.
The transporters pick their favorite shipments.
In this scene from the episode It's My Party & I'll Shoot You If I Want To, Roy goes to a secure location to pick up a mystery package.
In this scene I Can't Believe It's Not Better, Jenn shipment is cancelled due to the fact that she doesn't have a refrigerated truck.
In this scene from the episode Punk-Drunk Love, Jessica becomes more annoyed by the steampunk nerds than the giant robot she has to load onto her truck.
Jen visits her aunt's horse farm and talks about her love for horses.
In this scene from the episode Fiberglass, Steel, and Iron Wills, Jarrett gets a second chance from a past unhappy customer.
In this scene from the episode Monkey Business, the NJ DOT gives Marc a route that he can't travel because of low overpasses. Watch More: http://www.aetv.com/shipping-wars/
In this scene from the episode, 'Cruisin For A Bruisin', Jen discovers that the cake she is shiping has to be there sooner than expected.
Jennifer is dropping off the barber chair to its destination.
Chris and Robbie pick up a car and jumpsuit previously owned by Elvis.
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