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Pawn Stars is a reality TV show that showcases the Gold and Silver Pawn Shop based in Las Vegas Nevada. The show airs each Monday night on the History Channel. The show revolves around four main characters. Rick Harrison is the co-owner who oversees operations at the shop. His father, nicknamed "Old Man", is the owner of the company. There will be times when they show him sleeping in his chair during the day.

Corey, also known as Big Hoss, manages the sales floor during the day. He is Rick's son and is most likely going to inherit the shop one day. His main job is to watch over ChumLee. He is dimwitted and often says and does dumb things for comic relief.

Customers will bring items into the pawn shop to be either pawned or sold. If an item is pawned, the customer is granted a loan that must be repaid within 120 days. If an item is sold, the item becomes property of the shop.

There are many experts and researchers that make regular appearances on the show when Rick, Corey or the Old Man doesn't know the value of an item. Gun experts, museum curators, handwriting experts and others are brought in to authenticate items to get a sense of their true value.

Another fascinating aspect of the show is the negotiation process that takes place before an item is pawned or sold. Many people believe that there autographed picture or concert poster is worth thousands when it may only be worth $50. The banter between the customer and the employees of the pawn shop provide many humorous moments for the show.

Monday 10:00 PM et/pt on History
1 Season, 569 Episodes
July 19, 2009
Reality
7.2/10
Cast: Rick Harrison, Corey Harrison, Austin 'Chumlee' Russell, Richard Harrison
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Pawn Stars Full Episode Guide

  • A revolutionary French gun arrives at the shop; Corey saves a trip to the post office when someone brings in their vintage stamp book; Chum gets wrapped up in a Kanye West jacket; and a real-life recreation of a sword from the video game "World of Warcraft" swings into the shop.

  • Rick is in Chicago where he has a run-in with a wrestling legend and a chance to clinch a Michael Jordan championship jersey. Back at the shop, Chum looks to score big on a 300-year-old violin. Later, a vintage Batman playhouse places Corey and Chum in a betting mood.

  • Rick flies across the pond to look at a Star Wars collection, including a prop from the movie. Meanwhile, a seller phones home with everyone's favorite Ewok. Finally, the Gold & Silver Pawn Shop gets a new employee.

  • A seller comes in with an explosive pair of crutches. Then, Rick takes a swing at one of the first books written about baseball. Later, Corey and Chum try their luck on a seller's antique wooden slot machine.

  • Some of the priciest items from the show are revisited: a mint condition 1967 Ford Shelby G.T. 350; a Hotchkiss revolving Cannon from the 1800s; an extremely rare WWII German Enigma coding Machine; an $85,000 Gibson guitar once owned by Stephen Stills; and a 1942 "Texan" Fighter Plane that has Rick and Corey flying high to make a deal.

  • Rick and Chum try to work out a deal on an old weight loss device. Will they set a personal best, or feel the burn? Then, a seller comes in with a sketch signed by Tom Petty. Is the signature at the top of the charts, or will it be a heartbreaker? And later, Chum connects to the other side when a Ouija board lands in the shop.

  • Rick and Chum continue their picking adventure in Michigan; Rick takes a gamble on a WWI helmet and a vintage RC Cola machine; and Corey goes toe-to-toe with a seller over a one-of-a-kind "Rocky III" statue.

  • All ears ring when a rare keepsake from "Seinfeld" sends John O'Hurley into the shop. Then, Rick travels East after a new ride, a rare 1960s muscle car or a 1920s rum-running boat.

  • Rick tests a Civil War revolver; a personal piece of memorabilia from Lebron James comes through the doors; Rick falls hard for a 4500-year-old meteorite; Corey, Chum and Antwan hit the road to score some unique motorcycles.

  • Corey and Chumlee spend the day in the sand testing an old school 1960s Dune Buggy. Next, Rick jives with the Jackson Five when an original autograph makes its way into the shop. Later, when props from "Jerry Maguire" storm in, Chumlee decides to take a beat from Jerry himself and draft a new shop mission statement.

  • The shop is officially in session when excerpts from the first Continental Congress make their way in. Then Rick relives one of the worst disasters in history with actual wreckage from the Hindenburg. Later, Chumlee gets the chance to score a deal on the ultimate Happy Meal.

  • The signed B.B. King guitar serves as the highlight of the shop. Rick and Chum check out a house filled with Any Warhol pop art.

  • Corey and Chumlee rock out with personal memorabilia from legendary AC/DC front man Angus Young. Next up, Hollywood rebel James Dean's ID bracelet finds its way into the shop before Rick heads east to score big with a rare relic from WWII.

  • Rick Dale helps Chumlee and Corey to restore a vintage game from the 1900s. Later, he sets his signs on a map from the Battle of Gettysburg.

  • Corey flips a Dodge Demon. Later, a vintage suit which was worn by Dale Earnhardt Sr. sends Chumlee and Corey racing.

  • Corey snipes a prototype rifle from the early 1800s. Later, one of Pablo Picasso's original work poses to be a great addition to the shop.

  • Rick and Chumlee head to Los Angeles to "terminate" a deal on several iconic set pieces from the movie. Then, Corey rocks out with some Alice in Chains memorabilia. Plus, Rick and Chumlee test out some old steel printing plates from the company that once issued our US currency. Can they ink out a deal? Find out right now on Pawn Stars!

  • Rick and Rick Dale prove to Corey that struck oil with a Gulf sign.

  • Rick plays ball with Kareem Abdul-Jabbar on a bucket load of his most prized personal memorabilia. Then, Chumlee goes for bronze with a bust of Michelangelo's famous Piet . Later, Rick receives some correspondence from General George Armstrong Custer.

  • Chumlee is fired up to make a deal on one of Elon Musk's most popular toys. Also: a limited-edition train set and a Yankees World Series ring.

  • A limited edition autographed Game of Thrones item is up for grabs. Then, as Chumlee stirs up commotion with an Amazonian blowgun, picker Spencer Victory drops by with an ancient Middle Eastern sword. Later, Rick checks out an intriguing collectible from an early 1900s Democratic National Convention.

  • As Rick finds out what's inside a Funko Pop! Mystery Box, Corey and Chumlee ring up Rick Dale to rescue one of our very first fire alarm systems. Later, the Pawn Stars rig up their motorcycles and hit the trail up to Oregon to outfit Rick's off-the-grid ranch with some new equipment. Will Rick's new items be this town's saving grace or will it set off some alarms?

  • Rick sets off alarms as he hits the road in search of his very own personal fire truck. Next, Chumlee gets tunnel vision after chasing an antique item from one of the very first underground transportation systems. Then, Corey and Rick travel back to the '70s in pursuit of an exclusive item from the infamous journalist Hunter S. Thompson.

  • An 18th century sea map from the legendary Captain Cook has Rick exploring a big deal. Will he get this sale or face stormy waters? Then, as Chumlee haggles for a hilarious Saturday Night Live prop, Corey jumps into the ring to win an autographed piece of memorabilia from WWE star, Roddy Piper. Later, Rick calls up restoration guru Rick Dale to weigh in on an old fashioned antique bike. Will he ride away with a bargain?

  • Chum checks out an iconic Austin Powers movie prop; back at the shop, an Ancient Roman relic marches its way in; and Rick tries to make a deal on an autographed sketch of one of America's very first heroes.

  • $1 million is on the line when a photograph of Abraham and Mary Todd Lincoln makes its way into the shop. Next, an Easter egg signed by the entire Bush family sends Chumlee hopping. Later, a relic from World War II that may have been used by President Ronald Reagan himself takes Rick and Corey on an adventure to the Western White House of our 40th president. Will the guys come home with the money or get tricked by the Gipper?

  • The team stake a claim to an original 1800's Vampire defense kit. Then, Rick gets a chance to buy a work from one of America's most famous artists, James Whistler. Next, Rick takes a look at a James Bond prop from the movie "GoldenEye."

  • Corey bets it all on an original Triple Crown Trophy, lets see if he can win this horse race. Next the guys call in Rick Dale to save what might be one of the very first rides from Coney Island.

  • Rick heads east to test a rare weapon from the 18th century. Back at the shop, Corey takes a swing at a Mickey Mantle rookie card. Then, our military expert Alex brews something special for Rick's eyes only. Let's see if Rick and Corey can hit these out of the park.

Pawn Stars News

'Pawn Stars'' Chumlee to Plead Guilty to Drug Charges

Following his arrest in March on weapons and drug charges, the reality TV star is reportedly ready to make a deal that will keep him out of jail.

Pawn Stars' Chumlee Arrested on Drug, Gun Charges

Chumlee's bungling often gets him into trouble on Pawn Stars, but this week, the reality TV personality found himself in a more serious, and much more real, kind of trouble.

History Channel Restores Gift Fire-Damaged Gift To 'Pawn Stars' Boss

The History Channel takes good care of its own. Hours after it caught fire Friday morning, a 1957 Chevy 150 gifted to "Pawn Stars" boss Richard "The Old Man" Harrison was right back in road shape courtesy of some fast restoration by a few family friends.

Kevin Smith To Give 'Pawn Stars' Concept Appropriate Dose Of Geekery

So it seems that after he finishes promoting his current underground sensation "Red State" and shooting the hockey movie "Hit Somebody" - which he claims will be his last big-screen directorial effort - Kevin Smith will start thinking a little smaller. Apparently Smith digs the "Pawn Stars" reality TV concept, but thinks it could speak better to his core crowd.

'Pawn Stars' and Pickers: History Channel Makes, Well, History

 

The channel that connects viewers with history is making its own, experiencing double-digit growth. Thanks to success with a new season of “Ax Men” and premiere episodes of “Pawn Stars” and “American Pickers,” the History channel marked its best January ever.

On Monday new records were set by their two reality shows that both feature household treasures, “Pawn Stars and “American Pickers.

Pawn Stars Video Clips & Extras

Pawn Stars: RARE ROBOT TOYS WORTH A LOT OF MONEY (Season 12) | History Clip (02:18) Pawn Stars: ONE-OF-A-KIND SURF BOARD IS VERY EXPENSIVE (Season 12) | History Clip (05:07) Pawn Stars: WWII Machine Gets a Tough Appraisal (Season 10) | History Clip (05:01) Pawn Stars: Rick Restores a Moorish Pulwar Sword (Season 16) | History Clip (05:09) Pawn Stars: Double the Asking Price for Longfellow Relics (Season 12) | History Clip (05:06) Pawn Stars: BIG MONEY for Tibetan Buddha (Season 12) | History Clip (05:11) Pawn Stars: King of the Katanas | History Clip (05:12) Pawn Stars: Holiday Pawns | History Clip (05:09)

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