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Pawn Stars

Long before banks, ATMS and check-cashing services, there were pawn shops. Pawning was the leading form of consumer credit in the United States until the 1950s, and pawn shops are still helping everyday people make ends meet. Pawn Stars takes you inside the colorful world of the pawn business. At the Gold & Silver Pawn Shop on the outskirts of Las Vegas, three generations of the Harrison family–grandfather Richard, son Rick and grandson Corey–jointly run the family business, and there’s clashing and camaraderie every step of the way. The three men use their sharp eyes and skills to assess the value of items from the commonplace to the truly historic, including a 16th-century samurai sword, a Super Bowl ring, a Picasso painting and a 17th-century stay of execution. It’s up to them to determine what’s real and what’s fake, as they reveal the often surprising answer to the questions on everyone’s mind, “What’s the story behind it?” and “What’s it worth?”

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From day one this series has been one of my favorite shows ever on the air. The chemistry among the main cast members was always great...the life lessons they act out and pass on to us are worthwhile if you're smart enough to listen when the Old Man or Rick or even Corey are talking about buying and selling. What they say on the show makes a lot of sense. And they tell you up front that they are NOT going to give you the best price for your item, And they tell you why...they are in business to MAKE money. Presumably LOTS of money so the more they can talk you down on the price (up to a point) the happier they are with the deal.

On the other hand they don't want to take TOO much advantage of you, either. That's bad for business in its own way, If word got out they were cheating their customers the shop would close down due to lack of business. (Look up Pawn Shops in the Las Vegas phone book sometime..Gold & Silver Pawn isn't the only game in town).

So if you bargain well, and are respectful, and friendly you'll get a fair deal. Meaning one you can be SOMEWHAT happy about. Occasionally you'll get a deal you can be VERY happy about as it may turn out your item is worth far MORE than you had thought. But don't expect full value...expect about half of that. On rare occasions (such as when they know they have a confirmed buyer for the item) you might even get two thirds of an item's retail value,
If you want full value auction the item on eBay or one of those web sites. It might take a while but, eventually, you'll get what you want for the item because then you are dealing with a collector...not someone who has to turn around and resell the item.

I am going into all this because a lot of people on YouTube and elsewhere claim that they cheat their customers. They really don't. But business involves buying low and selling high because you have salaries to pay, rent to pay (usually, for the store and the cubic feet involved, a parking lot for your customers, lights, heat, air conditioning, taxes, business licenses, etc. etc All that determines how much they can pay for things and still be in the green.

And who can say how many times the Old Man, or Rick, or Corey, or Chumlee (before they got famous and couldn't work in the shop anymore) or other employees have taken pity on some down and out customer whose item was worthless but they took it for five or ten bucks and never let on but just tossed it away after the customer left. Why? So they could get a meal, and maybe a pack of smokes or whatever and not have to feel like a beggar. You don't think they'd do such a thing?

Yes, they would. And yes they did. I used to live in Vegas before this show ever went on the air and I have been to the Gold & Silver Pawn when it was just the closest pawn shop and Rick did that for me. And I have never forgotten.

As for this first season of the is golden in and of itself. Beginning with episode 5 the late great R. Lee Ermey starts dropping by the show and it is a bittersweet joy to see him again. He is, of course, plugging his series Lock and Load and he is in full Drill Instructor Mode when he shows up.

Every recruit curses the Drill Instructors (and he had been a REAL one for plenty of years before he started doing movies) but one day you realize that was the man who was teaching you the things you NEEDED to know to help you survive a combat situation. And you realize you never HAD a better friend in all your life than that guy.

Watching Corey "Big Hoss" trying to train his cousin in the business before he can get a raise is hilarious. But she learns, I figured she would because I figured he'd be a pretty good teacher and she struck me as being willing to learn. So before she passed Rick's test I knew what was coming. 😁

So, what are they really like? They're nice people. More or less. They're human, though. So in business they are professionally likeable and friendly (as long as you don't act like a complete jerk). If you bump into them somewhere you can say Hi and get a hi back. Autographs...well, you can always ask but don't get upset if they say no. And don't be surprised if now and then you get growled at by one or the other of them (especially if you start demanding an autograph or whatever) they are people. They have good days and bad days and you can soon find out which they are having if you really want to 😁.

As for the has always been a joy to watch and I'd add this season to my collection of shows to remember and re-watch someday if you haven't already.


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When: Thursday 9PM ET
Channel: History
Available Streams:Sling TV | DirecTV Now | Hulu With Live TV

Have you ever been into a dusty old pawn shop and wondered about the stuff littering the shelves? There are deals a plenty to be had that’s for sure, but some of that “stuff” is probably worth a lot more than you’d expect!

Pawn Stars appears on History Channel and if you’ve never seen this show before, prepare to be delighted as three generations of the Harrison family take you on a tour. Grandfather Richard, his son and grandson, Rick and Corey jointly own the Gold & Silver Pawn Shop located on the outskirts of Las Vegas. This 24hr establishment has finds that are both commonplace and truly iconic and unique.


While jewelry is is the most common item at the Gold & Silver Pawn Shop, there are many other items available that have a significant history behind them. The show generally focuses on these unique finds with Richard Harrison (known as the “Old Man”) providing much of the backstory. Where the three Harrison’s lack knowledge, they pull in local experts to better advise on authenticity and overall value.

While this by itself might be quite interesting, the true charm in Pawn Stars is the interaction between the characters themselves. Some reviewers have classified the show as a version of Antique Roadshows mashed with American Chopper’s!


The History Channel is available live on Sling TV, DirectTV Now and Hulu and you can catchup on past episodes with the on demand features available.

Pawn Stars is currently broadcast on Thursday’s at 9 PM ET.

How To Stream Pawn Stars


Sling TV

Sling TV is one of the many streaming services available that emulates the familiar setup of cable television with channel packages and pricing options starting at $20/month. History is available on Sling Orange and Sling Blue.

This means that you will be able to watch Pawn Stars as it airs. If you want to watch later (and don’t mind spending an additional $5/month), you can add cloud DVR to your Sling TV account, allowing you to binge watch Pawn Stars.

Try it for yourself. Sling TV has a FREE TRIAL that lasts one week.

DirecTV Now

DirecTV Now lets you view over 120 live channels, including the History Channel. The History Channel is included in the “Live A Little” package which is the most affordable DirecTV Now package at $35/month.

DirecTV Now offers a trial, FREE OF CHARGE. Try it out.

Hulu With Live TV

Hulu With Live TV is a great streaming service. They offer over 50 channels for $39.99/month. You can stream on 2 screens at a time and record 50 hours of your favorite shows on their cloud DVR. Plus,  you get access to the full Hulu on-demand library.


There are you’re options if you want to stream Pawn Stars as it airs. Be sure to tune into History on Thursday nights at 9 PM ET.

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Curt Stelter

Curt a US Navy veteran stumbled into website design and digital marketing 15+ years ago where he has found his passion, to combine his love for new technology, television and online marketing. is the perfect outlet for Curt’s creative and technical expertise and he hopes to share his experience and knowledge to help other people find ways to save money and gain freedom by ditching cable and jump to streaming television services.

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