Archer and Lana pose as newlyweds to stop a sale of enriched uranium. Spoiler alert: Lana goes nuclear before the bomb does.
Ride in style with the Pawn Stars when a limousine formerly owned by Jackie Gleason pulls up to the shop. Will this luxury ride really be "The Great One" or is the seller stretching the truth? Then, a football spirals into the shop signed by the winners of Super Bowl I. Including Vince Lombardi himself, can Rick push this deal into the end zone or will he get stymied by a tough defense? And later, Rick and the Old Man are presented with a commemorative plaque of Mount Rushmore. Made of pure silver, will they silver tongues to get a good deal or will the seller's price be set in stone?
Ride in style with the Pawn Stars when a limousine formerly owned by Jackie Gleason pulls up to the shop.Then, a football spirals into the shop signed by the winners of Super Bowl I. And later, Rick and the Old Man are presented with a commemorative plaque of Mount Rushmore.
We start with a tour of the little known backroads of Miami, including the Art Deco realm of South Beach. Then we head down the highway to discover the Keys. From glass bottom boats, to sea turtle rescues, dwarf deer and bacchanalian sunsets we'll find out why Jackie Gleason said, "how sweet it is."
Carter's best-laid plans to give Allison a romantic honeymoon are thrown for a loop when their definitions of "romantic" differ greatly.
An inexpensive vacation becomes quite costly for the Carters when it's spent at cheapskate Jack Benny's in-home hotel.
Lucy, Harry, Kim and Craig decide to take a holiday. And where do you think they find themselves? At Jack Benny's holiday inn! Jackie Gleason makes a quick appearance at the end, eating his lunch that the Carters had to prepare.
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