Randy refuses to let Wayne sell wedding dresses at the shop, an ex-convict causes trouble and an unhappy customer goes to great lengths to get a refund
Randy and Wayne venture out of the shop to spend the day at a flea market, performing free appraisals, selling some items and even shopping for bargains themselves.
A Russian tycoon wants to partner with the brothers, bringing them the biggest deal of their lives.
When a customer tries to sell her son's classic comic books, Wayne calls in an appraiser and sets up the shop for a double-cross; a vintage fire truck ignites Randy's interest to make a deal.
A customer tries to sell a bag full of valuable diamonds, and Wayne wonders whether the collection might be connected to a legendary heist pulled off by the Chicago mob
Part one of two. An unusual piece of Chicago mob history arrives at the shop, and Wayne wonders whether it might be worth a fortune
Wayne buys an old hot dog cart and his fast-talking friend Steve convinces him to sell hot dogs on the streets of Chicago; a rare 1970's muscle car has Randy jumping to close the deal.
A gambler arrives seeking quick cash for a horse-racing bet, and Wayne plans to take advantage of this opportunity by telling friend with a shady past about his hot tip
Wayne thinks he scored big on an expensive stereo system; a detective shows up to investigate stolen goods; a customer can't produce his pawn ticket but won't take no for an answer.
A family heirloom in pawn is accidentally sold, so Randy and Wayne hatch a desperate plan to get it back, but their strategy backfires and the pair find themselves in trouble
Wayne attempts to open an old safe; a couple bring in a collection of high-end handbags; a customer needs Randy's help getting his car out of tow; the contents of the safe are revealed.
Wayne buys an old safe which angers Randy; Elyse faces off with an angry ex-con; a custom-made muscle car.
Randy and Wayne are intrigued by an unusual item; Wayne has a soft spot for a girl with a sob story; an ex-convict threatens the shop.
Wayne and Randy take in some Freemasonry memorabilia from a family who say their house became haunted because of it - and the collectibles have a supernatural effect on the store
Randy and Wayne challenge each other to a sales competition; a customer serenades Nate.
Wayne and Randy head out on a road trip; Elyse and Nate try to prove that they can run the shop on their own.
The security team is put on notice when the store is robbed; Elyse is put in charge; a tandem bike brings Wayne and Randy together.
Randy refuses to let Wayne sell wedding dresses at the shop; Randy deals with an ex-convict who has an attitude; a dissatisfied customer seeks a refund.
A ring goes missing and Randy and Wayne launch a search and and look to lay blame.
Wayne buys an old safe thinking it might contain hidden treasure, and calls upon the services of a locksmith to prove his point
Cuando un cliente intenta vender los cómics clásicos de su hijo, Wayne llama en un tasador y pone a la tienda en evidencia; un camión de bomberos despierta el interés de Randy para hacer un trato.
Wayne cree que se la aventó en grande en un costoso sistema de estéreo; un detective aparece para investigar bienes robados; un cliente no puede presentar su boleta de empeño, pero no acepta un no por respuesta.
Un cliente intenta venderle a Royal una bolsa de diamantes; Wayne cree que pueden estar conectados al legendario robo 'Marlborough Diamond' llevado a cabo por la mafia de Chicago.
Wayne compra un viejo carrito de 'hot dogs' y su parlante amigo Steve lo convence de vender 'hot dogs' en las calles de Chicago; un raro auto deportivo de 1970 tiene a Randy ansioso de cerrar el trato.
Una pieza de historia de la mafia llega a Royal; los hermanos se apresuran a cubrir a un guardia de seguridad antes de que empiecen los problemas.