Rob pretends to be a taxi driver and tries to separate marks from money and jewels.
Abi tries to persuade others she is the long-lost relative of an eccentric millionaire.
Jonathan Ansell persuades people to turn up for an audition.
Ben Hull joins the team this week and is tasked with getting a business card from a car dealership.
Kelli Young cleans up a marks house.
Anthony Costa sells cheap vodka.
Lisa Snowdon enters a cheap painting into an auction.
Zöe Salmon and Alex decide to change the Vehicle Identification Number of a car that is going to be sold.
Brendan Cole shows that Alex has been cheating in a card game to convince the marks to join in with a bet on a boxing match; Jess and Alex steal a car from a car dealership by previously researching the key to the car.
Alex and Jess enjoy lunch while the restaurant staff hustles; Alex takes window cleaners' money; celebrity hustle bank job.
Pulling a card trick at a cash machine; celebrity card game hustle by Huey Morgan; Jess goes undercover as a waitress.
Clubbers' dream evening turns into a nightmare; Alex and Paul fleece gamblers; celebrity Emma Willis hustles food in a restaurant.
An innocent text leads to hustlers driving away in a man's car; a man is surprised by bar bill; celebrity hustler Lucy Pinder.
Two student apartment hunters get stung; Greg Rusedski stings jewelers in the celebrity hustle; Alex and Paul sell spiritual stones.
Jess fights Alex and Paul to fleece film fans; Iain Lee is the celebrity hustler.
An antique shop owner receives an unwanted package; Celebrity hustler Danielle Lloyd; dog owner coughs up more than she bargained for.
A bag theft begins a shocking chain of events; celebrity hustler Caprice needs rescusing.
Alex, Paul and Jess go under cover to scam a charity banquet; celebrity hustler Emilia Fox talks a helpful passer-by out of his cash.
Shopping for expensive sports cars; the first celebrity hustler; a miraculous smoking cure.
Paul demonstrates The Razzle; the most crooked fairground game in history.
Paul takes advantage of British tourists by switching their money for fake notes.
Jess shows the sinister side of selling lucky heather.
Alex poses as a famous footballer to pull a fast one on a yacht hire company.
Trusting a foreign policeman can leave travelers stranded abroad without a passport.
The Hustlers sell airline passengers foreign currency at a suspiciously good exchange rate.
Jess persuades a tourist to take a gift through customs which could lead to a life in jail.
Stealing goods from a high-class hotel; Jess uses the sweetheart scam; Celebrity Con Games involves golf.
Paul set up a kiosk in a Spanish holiday resort, planning to ruin tourists' holidays, he sells phonecards that will turn out to cost customers an absolute fortune.
Device that can predict lottery numbers; hustle a pool player; empty a bar's slot machine.
Con people into buying counterfeit casino chips; pick the pockets of locals; unsuspecting girl becomes an accomplice to robbery.
Stolen luggage; Jess makes off with a slot player's coin bucket; and Alex and Paul hustle a group of lads out of their drinking money.
Talk slot players out of their winnings; the hustlers pay $270 for a home theater system worth $2000.
The team fakes a heart condition in order to steal the pot in a poker game; Jess uses her feminine charm to win money; how pickpockets can steal your valuables.
Posing as a hotel inspector; steal cars as a valet; hit a casino for thousands of dollars.
Gems are stolen from under a jeweller's nose; turn $10 into $20 in less than two minutes; casino staff can get away with stealing chips.
Scams include running a fake cloakroom in a bar and Paul gets out of paying a big hotel bill.
Jess pretends to get run over; Paul claims a car is his in order to steal it.
The gang steals money in three-card monte in Ibiza; posing as fishmongers, Alex and Paul sell boxes of ice.
The gang steals a band's instruments; Paul cheats at a fun fair game; Jess gets a mark to pay for a package.
Alex sells a motorbike, then steals it back; Paul and Alex use tricks to win at blackjack.
Hustlers turn a secondhand car into a gift that keeps on giving; a cash machine that steals information; Paul and Jess go undercover as recruitment consultants.
Shifting counterfeit cash; winning a free round of drinks.
Stealing passports; how to clean up at a card table.
Winning a round of drinks.
The advantages of looking good.
Stealing a fruit machine; selling cheap cameras; selling a bottle of champagne.
Alex and Paul scam a woman into thinking she could reduce her gas bill; change options on an ATM; walk out of a restaurant without paying.
Jess and Alex fake a fight to divert attention from Paul as he steals a watch.
The gang steals possessions by pickpocketing.
Jess steals computer software; Paul overpays to steal money; change how much it costs to make a phone call.
Get someone to pay for your meal; pretend to be staff at a bar; cheat people out of money at a poker game.
Alex and Paul set up a market stall with fake showbiz memorabilia; Jess sells fake Bus Tour vouchers; a recap of the whole series.
Paul, Alex and Jess set up an exclusive vintage-fashion store with worthless secondhand clothes; a fake waiter; bogus workmen; an ATM scam.
Alex shows how to steal from jackets; Paul and Alex con a group of men into buying them rounds in a pub; an infomercial glamorizes a box of useless knives.
Steal a car by role playing; mock auction to make the public buy cheap goods; fake dolls for profit; bar bet.
Get into the boot of your car, a phone shop on a busy street can con you out of your money, and fake security guards stealing money and posessions.
A car clamping scam; selling non-organic produce as organic with marked up prices; origami scam.
The Psychic Scam.
The I.D. theft scam.
Deliberately dropping an allegedly expensive vase and demanding compensation; ringing up huge phone bills in offices.
Selling a hire car multiple times; cloning a cash card; passing counterfeit money.
Duping a barman into paying a reward; card cheating techniques; a bet involving three paper cups.
How fake customs officers can fleece booze-cruisers; vulnerabilities of wireless networks; rigged fairground games.
A forged lottery ticket; worthless deliveries; a bar bet; pickpocketing scam; a fake music agent.
The team fools a man into paying for a worthless lottery-ticket.
A scam in the antiques trade; shoppers get more than they expected in the Stakeout Scam; Celebrity Con Games.
Los estafadores se juntan con un traductor griego para hacer un fraude; la estafa de cancelación.
Los estafadores hacen un fraude de arte; robar la cartera de una mujer.
Los estafadores hacen un fraude de un juego de cartas.
Buena fortuna en un juego de póquer de alto riesgo; se engaña una pareja en un bar.
ATM card switch; removing items from a house using a long stick; bar bet with free drinks every time.