When Les takes his niece Karen under his wing to help out at the jewelry counter, Ashley doesn't hide her jealousy well.
The Golds' investigation into the million dollar art deal takes more twists and turns, but eventually, Les shakes hands on the single biggest purchase in store history. Then, a shocking phone call reveals the art deal may be a fraud, and the mega-deal is in jeopardy.
A ventriloquist leaves Karen and Bobby J speechless, and an angry MMA fighter takes a swing at Byron. Plus, an odd couple delivers one of the biggest surprises in store history when they try to sell the Golds art they claim is worth over a million dollars. The paperwork is fishy, but the Golds bring in an art expert who believes the paintings are genuine masterpieces by grandmasters.
When an argument with Seth leaves Ashley in tears, Karen attempts to broker a peace deal. Seth refuses, but Karen's gesture brings her and Ashley closer together. Plus, Bobby J takes a joyride on two-story tractor, and a watch snob finds himself on Seth's bad side.
With Les and Seth away at the Autorama car show, and Ashley in charge of the store, the employees go a little crazy. Karen gets caught putting on a fashion show during store hours, and Bobby J gets called out for being rude to a customer. Seth accuses his sister of being a bad manager, but Ashley gets the last laugh.
Les and Seth visit a customer with a garage full of amazing vintage cars. Against his kids' wishes, Les offers big money for one of the guy's golden oldies...but can he close the deal? While a male stripper gives Byron the slip, Karen stumbles making a big deal and Ashley forces a customer to kiss a Gremlin for cash.
When the Golds uncover a series of bogus pawns, their investigation leads to a trusted employee and a confession. Karen handles a tough guy with bad manners, and Seth tries making a deal for a Big Bird with a little kid.
Ashley pranks Seth to teach him a lesson about locking his door, but Seth evens the score with a prank of his own. Les takes the plunge on a prison toilet, and a ventriloquist offers to sell his dummy to Bobby J.
A shakedown artist tries to make Les an offer he can't refuse, but the Golds fight back and turn the tables on the hustler. Seth and Karen feel the power of the force when a customer brings in a pair of high-end light sabers, and Ashley has her hands full with an angry customer who claims Ashley injured her.
Les goes on a buying spree that leaves his staff wondering what's going on. Karen needs Byron's help to handle a pair of unruly piano players, and a nine-year-old kid gives Seth a run for his money on the sale of a rare sports item.
Tensions between Karen and Ashley explode on the sales floor and when Les discovers that Ashley has banished Karen to a storage room he puts them both in the doghouse. Plus, Lady Gaga's bass player blows Les away with an act of kindness, and a guy tries selling Seth presidential autographs for 40 thousand dollars.
Seth thinks Les is stuck in the past for hand delivering their gold to a refinery on the West Coast, and bets his dad that his new mail order service will provide a better return. But will the easy way pay off? Or cost the Golds a pretty penny? Plus, a senior strongman impresses the heck out of Ashley and Les, and Seth gets energized over an incredibly rare 1981 Bradley electric car.
Cousin Karen is ready to shakes things up on the showroom floor and make some major sales - but Ashley is less than thrilled to have someone invading her turf.
When Ashley betrays her father's trust and cancels his big TV deal, Les decides to make a power play and offer a brand new item in the jewelry department - stainless steel.
Les makes a major deal with a new supplier for a truckload of TVs, but with the store already bursting at the seams, Seth and Ashley don't want the goods.
When the security guards start spooking customers, the Les sends them home to teach them a lesson. Yet when some angry customers make outrageous demands, and the Golds have to fend for themselves, Ashley isn't so sure her dad's choice was the right one. Will the family be able to defend their turf on their own? Or will business as usual - but without security - put them in danger? Plus, a sweet 1972 Cadillac looks great, but smells less so, and a pair of WWII binoculars signed by an important historical figure.
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