The guys from the Gold and Silver Pawn shop in Las Vegas are back! One of the things that really brings Pawn Stars together is the chemistry and family dynamic between all the Harrison men on the show. Whether it’s Old Man, Big Hoss, The Spotter, or Chumlee, these guys know how to rag on each other in a way that makes for great TV.
And this season of Pawn Stars delivers a whole host of zany antics for the Harrison men along with some of the weirdest, wildest, and oddest stuff to ever come into their shop. Some of this stuff you’ll wonder how anyone can even think it’s worth anything, let alone the prices they attempt to bargain with. It’s surreal at times.
One thing is for certain: the Harrisons know their stuff and they definitely know the difference between quality and crap (well, most of the time). With the aid of their experts in weapons, historical artifacts, and even an expert on Native American art, these guys make sure they don’t pay any more for that what’s needed for the stuff that comes into their shop. After all, they want to be able to sell for more than they bought it for.
Pawn Stars delivers episode after episode with the Harrison’s family drama mixed in with the crazy items their potential clients bring in to sell, trade, or pawn. I highly recommend you check out Pawn Stars: Volume Three.
Pawn Stars: Volume Three is available NOW on DVD!
Check out my review of the Pawn Stars spin-off series, American Restorations by clicking here!
What’s the weirdest item you’ve ever seen someone try to sell, trade, or pawn on the show? Leave a comment and let us know!