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 piece of mob history arrives at Royal; the brothers scramble to cover for a security guard before trouble hits.
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 needs quick cash for a horseracing bet; an elderly couple comes to Royal to sell an unusual medical device.
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; a customer goes ballistic when she refuses to believe her ex-boyfriend's gift is worthless.
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.
After some old relics enter the shop, an employee suffers a devastating accident; Wayne is convinced some items are bad luck.
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.
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.