2009-Present Reality TV
Pawn Stars focuses on Rick Harrison and his family who own and run a pawn shop on the Vegas strip and come across items with great historical value on a daily basis. It is up to the Harrisons to assess the value and authenticity of each item and then haggle with the prospective buyer for a suitable price. It’s a gamble every time they choose to pay for an article because Rick and his family know that if they assess the value of any item wrong, they’re stuck with an old article that will probably stay with them for a long time!
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Pawn Stars He Shoots, He Pawns
Rick plays ball with Kareem Abdul-Jabbar for some of his most prized memorabilia. Then, Chumlee goes for bronze with a bust of Michelangelo's Pieta. Plus, Rick gets some correspondence from General George Armstrong Custer.
Pawn Stars Pawn of the Seas
Rick explores a big deal with Captain Cook's sea map, while Chumlee haggles for a prop from Saturday Night Live, and Corey wrestles to win an autographed piece of WWE star Roddy Piper's merchandise. Then, Rick calls Rick Dale to check out an antique bike.
Pawn Stars Pawned and Confused
A seller brings his Led Zeppelin vinyl collection to Rick and Chum. A fancy 19th century office desk may be a worthwhile buy. A game-used base from the 2016 World Series could be a home run for the guys. Rick takes a trip to see 'The Object.'
Pawn Stars In the Presence of Greatness
A Batman utility belt toy from the 1960s is within Rick and Chum's grasp. An impeccable Mosrite electric guitar could be a sweet deal for the shop. Rick continues to search for 'The Object,' an item featured on the cover of Led Zeppelin's 'Presence.'
Pawn Stars The Happiest Place to Pawn
An anti-war speech signed by Dr. Martin Luther King stuns Rick and Corey. Rick and Chum check out a remote-controlled miniature version of a Disney Jungle Cruise ride's boat. A German 'Blue Max' medal from WWI has Rick itchy to justify the seller's price.
Pawn Stars President's Day Sale
Rick is after an autographed card of President Abraham Lincoln. Corey and Chum consider paying a hefty sum for a President Bill Clinton designed golf driver shaft, until discovering that he may not have used it himself.