Patricia Heaton visits and Rachael has a surprise in store for her. The Illusionists bring the 'Magic of the Holidays' with their mind-blowing tricks. Plus, Rachael cooks up chicken and sausage paprikash for dinner.
After leaving his real estate firm to strike out on his own, Phil decides a solo camping trip in the wild will be just what he needs to boost his confidence. Meanwhile, Mitchell plans to teach Cam and Lily a lesson.
When Claire lands a big opportunity for Pritchett's Closets, Jay expects a little validation for his contribution, and Pam's ex-boyfriend Bo shows up and Mitchell sees this as the perfect opportunity to get Pam out of the house.
Mike hopes that hiring a private soccer coach for Eve will help her chances of getting a scholarship, but the ladies in the Baxter household, especially Vanessa, find themselves quite enamoured with the handsome young man who gets the job.
After Adam decides to see 'Willow' instead of spending Mother's Day with Beverly, he must find a way to get back into her smothering good graces. Meanwhile, Barry fights Erica for his right to go to the college of his choice.
The Old Man has a chance to buy a piece of history, lost footage of the legendary president Franklin Delano Roosevelt and later Corey and Chumlee are challenged to compete in a parking lot obstacle course designed just for them.
Mike is surprisingly impressed with Ryan when they take Boyd to a baseball game and have a run-in with a tipsy Bill McKendree who's been on a downward spiral ever since Mike failed to give him the Outdoor Man account.
George is intrigued when a woman mistakes him for her boyfriend. Elaine becomes unpopular when she criticizes the movie 'The English Patient.' Jerry is drawn into a weightlifting contest with 80-year-old Izzy.
Melanie and Derwin experience trouble in paradise when a jealous Melanie tries to come between Derwin and his son. Meanwhile, Jason fills in as a guest correspondent on a sports show and Kelly stars in her own reality show.
Pawnshops are the oldest form of banking and were the leading form of consumer credit until the 1950's. Visit the only family run pawnshop in Las Vegas where three generations of men run the business together