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Rick prepares for battle over a pair of vintage posters, but will he win the war? Then, Rick and Chum call on the power of Grayskull as they check out a large Battle Cat toy. Will the duo be cringing from sticker shock, or will they be able to transform the negotiations? Meanwhile, Corey takes a look at an old fireman's megaphone. Can he ignite a deal, or will he get hosed? And later, Chum heads over to a photo gallery to see a shot of a lifetime. Will this be a picture-perfect deal, or is he just chasing waterfalls?
When Rick sets his sights on a musket rifle from the 1800s, can he take a shot at this deal, or is he off the mark? Meanwhile, a seller tries to flex with a signed autobiography by Arnold Schwarzenegger. Will Rick bring home the gold, or will his offer be terminated? Then, an old ventriloquist's dummy makes Corey and Rick's heads spin. Will Corey be able to throw his voice into the negotiation, or will Rick be the one pulling all the strings? And later, is Chum swinging for the fences when he tries to bring home a signed poster from the movie, the Sandlot?
Rick and Chum show off their pearly whites when a seller brings in a pair of Tyrannosaur teeth. Will they be chomping at the bit or will the deal go extinct? Then, Corey goes to bat for a signed Mark Buerhle jersey. Can he pitch a perfect deal? Meanwhile, a set of "M*A*S*H" action figures is on Rick's radar. But can he "Kling" to these items, or will they go AWOL? And later, Chum and Corey don their best boots to get into the spirit when they check out a collection of Tanya Tucker worn items.
A seller walks into the shop hoping to score with his Magic Johnson 50th birthday invitation. Is the deal a slam dunk? Then, Chum takes a look at some joker playing cards used as props in "The Dark Knight." Will he play his cards right, or will the seller pull a disappearing act? Next, Corey heads to the range to test out a Civil War-era derringer. Will he pocket this pistol, or shoot it down? And later, Rick's radar picks up a box of ship models used to train the U.S. Navy during World War II. Can he helm this deal, or is it a losing battle?
Rick tackles a football helmet signed by 28 Heisman Trophy winners - but can he manage to get the seller's price a touch down? Then, Corey gears up to buy a devastatingly cool "Transformers" toy for the shop. Can he build a good deal, or will it all fall to pieces? Meanwhile, Rick tries not to go psycho over an Alfred Hitchcock poster that makes a cameo in the shop. And later, Chum travels to LA to iron out a deal for some vintage garb. Will he be able to thread the needle, or will his trip be oh sew pointless?
Rick takes a trip down the rabbit hole after a seller hops in with a first edition of "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland." Can it make Rick grin like the Cheshire Cat, or drive him mad? Then, a pair of Red October Nike Air Yeezy 2s kicks into the shop. Will they turn Chum into a golddigger? Meanwhile, a seller's looking at Corey when he brings in an autographed "Casablanca" movie poster. Will this deal be the beginning of a beautiful friendship? And later, Chum takes a shot at negotiations for an old rope launcher rocket. Will he throw the seller a line, or leave him lost at sea?
When a seller whips into the shop with an "Energy Dome" hat made for the band DEVO, will Rick's offer top the charts? Then, Corey takes a shot at a decanter set that supposedly belonged to Buffalo Bill. Can he separate fact from fiction, or will it turn out to be yet another tall tale? Meanwhile, Chum teams up with new employee Santos, to check out a vintage pinball game. Will this deal be a homerun, or will they strike out? And later, Rick's intrigued by a signed George Washington letter. But will the asking price cause him to start a rebellion?
Corey finds out if the force is with him, when a seller comes in with two Star Wars Lego minifigures. Can he "C" his way to a deal, or will he run into a brick wall? Then, Rick and Chum mosey on down to Texas where WWE Champion Booker T helps them authenticate a pair of wrestling boots. Will they tag team a deal, or tap out? And finally, Rick tries not to pop with excitement when he checks out a Jeff Koons Balloon Dog statue.
A set of replica Muppets has Chum feeling green with envy; But will going gonzo over these furry friends land him the goods? Meanwhile, Rick flips over an autograph book from the 1800s, but are the signatures the real deal? Next, when a pair of pants supposedly worn by Keith Richard rolls into the shop, Corey teaches his brother Jake you can't always get what you want. And later, Rick has a "finger-lickin" good time when he pops over to a gallery in L.A. Will he find the secret ingredient to success, or walk away feeling spicy?
Rick sees red when a Rolex Submariner hits the counter. Will his offer make a splash, or is it just a waste of time? Meanwhile, Corey gets slap happy over a hockey stick signed by Paul Newman. Can he score a deal, or will he be iced out? Next, Chum and Santos are sweet on a set of Mr. Softee trading cards. And later, Rick tries not to explode with joy when he heads to the range to check out a set of Bolivian thunder mugs.
Time's a-ticking when a seller brings a Mr. T wall clock to the shop. Will Rick and Corey see gold, or will they pity the fool? Then, Rick checks out James Bond's credit card from the 2006 movie "Casino Royale." Will the asking price make the sky fall, or will Harrison, Rick Harrison get the license to pawn? Meanwhile, Corey plays with an Atomic Cannon toy. But will this opportunity go nuclear? And later, Chum and Rick get down and dirty in Texas looking for fossils. But can they dig up a deal, or will they get left in the dust?
Things get scary, when a seller comes in with a letter from Stephen King. Will all work and no play make Corey a dull boy? Then, Chum gets a sweet lesson when he checks out signed Steve Aoki merchandise. Will the offer be a piece of cake, or will he be left waiting for the drop? Meanwhile, Corey pays lip service to a Harrison family tradition when a James Bond poster comes in. Does he spy a deal? And later, Rick's seeing stars as he heads to the range to check out a weapon that inspired Han Solo's blaster.
When a customer walks into the shop with a signature worthy of presidential praise, can Corey make a new deal? Meanwhile, Chum heads to a prop house in L.A. to reflect on some historic Hollywood items. Will he be able to land an out of this world bargain, or will the negotiations be shattered? Then, a magician has an enchanting car once owned by Siegfried and Roy. Will Rick and Corey conjure up the right price before it disappears? And later, Rick and Jake try to make a deal for a Civil War amputation kit. But will their offer make the cut?
Rick hangs ten as he checks out a rare playing card featuring a legendary surfer. Will this deal have Rick yelling "cowabunga!" or will he wipe out? Then, Chum heads to the range to check out a "Yellow Boy" carbine. Will his offer be good as gold, or will he miss the mark? Meanwhile, Corey gets schooled when he looks through a collection of items from Van Halen's "Hot For Teacher" music video. Will he jump at the chance to make an offer? And later, when Chum negotiates for a strange comic, will the deal go up in flames?
Rick makes a surreally good deal for a painting supposedly created by artist, Rene Magritte. But in order to have the apple of his eye authenticated, he and Chum must head to Belgium. Will this be the biggest pay day in Pawn Stars history? Meanwhile, Corey holds down the fort back in Vegas, as he tries to score on a Tom Brady Pro Bowl Jersey and Seiko watch.