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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 Channel
15 Seasons, 539 Episodes
July 19, 2009
Reality
7.2/10
Cast: Rick Harrison, Corey Harrison, Richard Harrison, Austin 'Chumlee' Russell
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  • Rick tackles a set of San Francisco 49ers Super Bowl rings.

  • Rick takes a stab at a sword with an attached pistol.

  • A 1911 first edition novel of "Peter Pan" and scrap metal from an infamous fallen airship requires Rick to make a choice. A seller presents an ancient kneeling Thepanom statue. Corey must decide the worth of a "Casablanca" movie poster.

  • Rick is wheels up to Washington D.C. to go see one of the first ever Jeeps that was built to use in WWII. While he's in town, he stops by an antique book store to read up on an ancient alchemy book. Meanwhile, back in Vegas, a magic lantern image projector from the early 20th century has Chum seeing things in a whole different light. A fortune-telling gambling machine is, without a doubt, a great find for the shop. Will Chum see a purchase in his future? Later, by a stroke of luck, a pair of knickers that belonged to golfer Payne Stewart swing into the shop. Will Chum land in a hazard during negotiation, or will he land the shop in the green?

  • A seller approaches the Pawn Stars to present them with a past prop from "Back to the Future, Part II." Rick feels dated when a creepy chemical company calendar from 1900 crosses his desk.

  • Rick and Chum grapple with a Batman utility belt toy from the 1960s; a Mosrite electric guitar shocks everyone at the shop; Rick continues his hunt for "The Object"; and an autograph book signed by 41 comic book artists draws Corey's attention.

  • A seller drums up excitement for his Led Zeppelin vinyl albums; an elaborate 19th century office desk; a baseball base from the 2016 World Series; and Rick takes a trip to see "The Object", an obelisk-shaped item featured on the cover of Led Zeppelin's "Presence" album.

  • Rick finds a 1984 Ferrari 308; Corey is all ears when a seller brings in a phone-operated music player from the 1930s; Rick eyes a cowboy hat owned by "Dallas" star Larry Hagman; Chum and Rick check out a Vegas Golden Knights hockey jersey signed by goalie Marc-André Fleury.

  • A top hat and pistol that once belonged to a "Jack the Ripper" suspect are two items that Rick would kill to have; Corey works overtime to get his hands on a 1920s clock; the creator of the board game "Face to Face" wants to sell the rights to the game along with his stockpile of celebrity signatures; a garden gnome stained glass lamp lights up the pawn shop.

  • A pair of breech-loading pistols from the 18th century; a Paul Stankard paperweight; and a vest made to hold 14 harmonicas for Blue Traveler front man John Popper, who stops by the shop to give Chum a lesson, are spotlighted.

  • An autographed card of Abraham Lincoln; a golf club shaft designed for Bill Clinton; a check signed by James Madison; and patent model for a U.S. flag press are featured.

  • An anti-war speech signed by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. inspires Rick and Corey. A miniature version of a boat from Disney's Jungle Cruise ride has Rick and Chum navigating a tough deal. Rick pins his hopes on a German "Blue Max" medal from WWI.

  • A seller brings in an antique high wheel bike that's off the chain. Chum sells one of Rick's prized Japanese katanas to Dana White. Rick leaves the pawn shop to score a restored grand piano from the 1800s.

  • The first American coin ever made has Rick thinking this is a sale that was mint to be--but it'll cost him a serious chunk of change. Corey and Chum see a future for an antique "Jetsons" cartoon lunchbox that zooms across their counter. Can they draw on their negotiating skills and make a deal? A hood ornament from an Austrian automaker pulls into the shop, but will it drive Rick to make an offer? Later, Rick gets some self-help, medieval style, from an ancient Latin book.

  • Rick travels to an art gallery in the Venetian Hotel to see some monstrously expensive illustrations from the classic children's book, "Where the Wild Things Are." Back at the shop, a collection of ultra-rare Beatles vinyl records sends Chum across the universe. Can he work it out with the seller, or will he decide to let it be? Chum warms his buns with an antique hot dog bun warmer, while Rick is frank about an electric hot dog cooker. Later, Rick and Chum can only hope to force the sale of a Princess Leia action figure signed by the late Carrie Fisher.

  • An original Marc Chagall painting finds its way to 'Gold & Silver.' Later, a Boston Red Sox World Series ring may be a home run find. Corey looks into a first edition of Ken Kesey's renowned novel, 'One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest.'

  • The 500th episode of the series finds Rick in the nation's capital. A set of silver spoons made by Paul Revere is a rare find. Back at 'Gold and Silver,' a conversational candle prop from 'H.R. Pufnstuf' creates intrigue.

  • The Pawn Stars dive right in with a folding bike used by paratroopers during WWII. Will they stick the landing or collapse under pressure? An antique German clock winds up in front of Corey. Will he chime in with a good offer? A fiddle signed by "The Devil Went Down to Georgia" singer Charlie Daniels puts Rick in a bind, 'cause he's way behind--is he willing to make a deal? Later, Rick tries to dig himself out of a hole when an old miner's self-rescuer falls into the store.

  • Rick and Chum thumb through an ancient tome that was believed to hold the secret for turning metals into gold. Will the two band together to buy this banned book? A costume signed by "Macho Man" Randy Savage leaves Corey and Chum wrestling with a tough decision. A half dollar that was supposedly pierced by sharpshooter Annie Oakley finds itself in Rick's crosshairs, but this shot is anything but cheap. Later, a fancy French gunpowder flask leaves Rick locked and loaded--but will he actually pull the trigger on this sale?

  • A set of illustrations from Disney's "Sleeping Beauty" prompt Chum to make a sketchy deal that draws lots of attention. Flashy door handles from one of Las Vegas' first casinos has Rick feeling like he won the jackpot. Handwritten memoirs from a member of Bonnie & Clyde's gang are so unique it's criminal. Are they a steal, or is this seller committing highway robbery? An original version of The Game of Life leaves Rick and Corey anything but board. Rick hits the mother lode when a device used for gold mining strikes up an interesting prospect, but this pan might be too much for him to handle.

  • A set of royal British armor has Rick suiting up to strike a bargain. Chumlee's purchase of a U.S. Open custom electric guitar gets no love from Rick. Will Chum be able to net a profit before Rick reaches his break point? Signatures and a movie script from famed comedy duo Abbott & Costello inspire Corey and Chum to reenact a hilarious scene from the film, but the amount of money this seller is asking for is no laughing matter. A seller with an antique coin-operated scale throws his weight around during negotiations. Can Rick get him to lighten up enough to make a deal?

  • The Pawn Stars get all wound up over an automaton that performs a magic trick. A seller with a Bible from the 1500s tries to make a believer out of Corey, but his go-to book expert warns him to beware of false profits. Rick hedges his bets when a horse race gambling machine gallops into the store. And later, Rick has a set of insignias from a WWII bombardment group square in his sights.

  • The Pawn Stars learn the way of the samurai when Rick and Chumlee come to grips with a valuable Japanese katana from the 1800s. Rick comes out of his shell when a set of sea turtle coins from the ancient Mediterranean city of Aegina crawl into the shop. Straight out of Mayberry, a collection of Gomer Pyle bubble gum trading cards have Rick bursting to add to his collection. Rick and Corey get their hands on some Playboy assets in the form of stock certificates.

  • The Gold and Silver turns into the happiest place on earth when a seller brings in some vintage Disneyland employee costumes. A Volkswagen space patrol toy car sends Rick over the moon, but the price tag has him seeing stars.

  • The Pawn Stars make calculated moves when some handwritten math by Albert Einstein could multiply their profits. Chumlee tries to prove he isn't dim-witted when he pays big bucks to have an antique headlamp tester shining brightly once again.

  • Chumlee is holding out for a superhero when a seller brings in boxes upon boxes of inherited comic books. Rick learns you have to buy money to make money when some rare turn of the century currency hits his counter.

  • A bust of Marlon Brando has Rick making its owner an offer he can't refuse. Its game on with the Pawn Stars when a Donkey Kong penny bank from the early 1980s barrels into the store. Rick spots a cyclops print made by a member of the band Devo.

  • An ancient Roman "Ides of March" coin comes into the shop. Chumlee goes post-apocalyptic over an original "Mad Max" movie poster. Meanwhile, Rick gets his paws on an MGM lion brass knocker.

  • A drive to L.A. promises Rick a peek at Babe Ruth's "called shot" bat. Corey has a jones for a miniature model of Ralph Lauren's Bugatti Type 57SC.

  • Dig up some history with the Pawn Stars when an ancient coin comes rolling into the shop. Will Rick walk away with this shiny silver in his pocket or will he end up empty handed? Next in, Chum unrolls an autographed movie poster for the 1990s indie hit "Reservoir Dogs". Will Chum call action on a sale, or say cut and scrap it?

  • After test-driving the infamous O.J. Simpson Bronco, Rick must decide whether to purchase this million-dollar item; a rare silverware set; a 1978 "Star Wars'' comic.

  • Featured items include P.T. Barnum's autobiography; a rare 1966 Dodge Charger with a Hemi engine; and a Napoleonic-era Imperial Guard sword.

  • Gold and silver coins; tax stamps; an album signed by late singer Bob Marley; a vintage Win-a-Card game.

  • Rick gets offered a 1973 Marshall amp complete with all original parts. Corey and Chum go "Back to the Future" when a hoverboard signed by the cast of the sequel comes into the shop.

  • Rick visits his friend's brewery in San Diego; antique beer items; antique an original McCormick Farmall tractor; a signed movie slate from the movie, ``Django Unchained;'' a ``Dogs Playing Poker'' print.

  • A warm-up jersey signed by pro basketball player Kobe Bryant; an antique weapon; the book, "Leaving Las Vegas;'' an early toaster.

  • Rick stumbles upon an early Barbie doll while visiting his friend, Marie Osmond, backstage at her Vegas show; a tiny amusement park ride; a still from the movie, ``Citizen Kane,'' signed by Orson Welles; a $10,000 certificate from 1900.

  • Items include an 18th-century "Tryal of Witches" book; a 20th-century airplane-control yoke; a gold-plated banjo; and a restored car from "Wayne's World."

  • Three Japanese Samurai swords; a Steiff donkey pull toy; a British WWI propaganda poster; thank-you letters sent to an infamous doctor.

  • Items include a hat worn by Prince; an Egyptian scarab ring; and a World War II-era head-shape grass planter.

  • Items include a valuable Pokemon collection and a 1926 Dunhill Watch Lighter.

  • Items featured are a Gibson lap-steel guitar; a letter from pioneer Ezra Meeker; a set of commemorative Oregon Trail coins; a Victorian snuff box; and Colonial bone dice.

  • The Pawn Stars examine a Civil War era carbine that has a surprise 'coffee grinder' in the shoulder stock. Rick considers if the unique item is worth a deal. Later on, a vintage skateboard deck makes an appearance in the shop.

  • Hit "The Big Trail" with the Pawn Stars when Rick gets offered a rare movie poster for John Wayne's first film. Will the asking price scare Rick off, or will he saddle up anyway? Then, a vintage RC helicopter strikes Rick's fancy. Will their negotiation take flight, or will this deal stay grounded? And later, Chum takes a shot at a couple of nickel plated pistols supposedly made by the most famous gunmaker of the victorian era. Will he meet the seller's high asking price, or stick to his guns and prepare for a negotiating duel?

  • Rick requests an expert to appraise a Ronald McDonald balloon inflator. Also, an antique RCA inkwell; a vintage spear; Edward Curtis prints.

  • In Florida, items include a fully loaded 1964 Rybovich Yacht; a Florida Highwaymen painting; a voting machine from the 2000 Presidential Election. In Vegas, some original Incredible Hulk comic books.

  • It's "Lights, Camera, Action!" as Rick heads to LA on a shopping spree for the shop. First up, the largest collection of Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory props in existence. Will he be able to make a deal, or will his hopes of owning a piece of the film be everlasting? Then, Chum checks out a helicopter owned by Vegas magician Dirk Arthur. Will their deal take flight or disappear? And later, Rick gets offered a painting done by Leonardo DiCaprio. While the actor isn't known for his art, will Rick see a potential for profit or leave this piece in the city of angels?

  • Items featured are a 1974 Triumph Convertible; a couple of whale spears; a pair of Popeye water pistols.

  • Items include a limited double-lock musket; a signed picture of Laurel & Hardy; and a Ronald Reagan foam head.

  • Items spotlighted are a Gilded Age train; a classic Nintendo race-car game from the 1960s; a Superman and Batman print.

  • Items featured are rapper Flavor Flav's O.J. Simpson statue with a six-figure price tag; a signed Winston Churchill letter; a trophy given to past Chicago Cubs owner, P.K. Wrigley; and a custom 1951 Mercury.

  • Items include an original Superman dress up; an old school computer; two vintage music posters; and a 1980s Rhodes piano.

  • Collectibles include a limited 1936 Zippo lighter prototype; and an antique rotary phone.

  • Items featured are a page from a Gutenberg Bible; a limited six-sheet movie poster from the classic "Ziegfeld Follies."

  • A limited Captain Fantastic pinball machine; a Leroy Neiman painting of Marilyn Monroe performing at John F. Kennedy's 45th birthday celebration; a set of stamps from the Stamp Act of 1775.

  • A peg leg pistol; four yearbooks signed by actor James Dean ("Rebel Without a Cause'').

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'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

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