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Proseguono le avventure di una squadra di agguerriti personaggi pronti a darsi battaglia per scoprire tesori nascosti e oggetti non reclamati nei magazzini di tutta America. In ogni episodio di Affari al buio, i concorrenti si recano nei magazzini e lì attendono con ansia di scoprire cosa si nasconde dall’altro lato della saracinesca. Una volta che il proprietario del magazzino romperà il lucchetto, i concorrenti avranno pochi secondi di tempo per dare una rapida occhiata all’interno, illuminando gli oggetti con una piccola torcia e dopo di che la saracinesca verrà richiusa e avrà inizio un’asta senza sconti per nessuno. L’obiettivo aggiudicarsi gli oggetti di maggior valore al miglior prezzo.
ATTORI PRINCIPALI: , Dan and Laura Dotson, Brandi Passante, Jarrod Schulz, Dave Hester, Barry Weiss, Darrell Sheets,
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It's a showdown in the high desert as the buyers crack open a trove of abandoned storage lockers. Barry Weiss unearths the personal possessions of rap magnate Suge Knight. Jarrod Schulz and Dave Hester throw down their bankrolls in hopes of scoring a classic organ. And Darrell Sheets reveals a historic, one hundred and fifty thousand-dollar find. Classic items, wily personalities--let the storage wars begin!
The buyers venture to the labyrinth-like Self Storage Center in Cerritos. Jarrod and Dave set their sights on a locker filled with handcrafted bamboo fishing rods. Brandi tries a little feminine wit to outsmart her macho competitors. And the financial future of Darrell's granddaughter, Zoe, hangs in the balance. From solid silver to a locked safe, the buyers duke it out in the hunt for hidden treasure.
Chaos ensues throughout the storage units of Westminister. A secret weapon is brought out by Barry Weiss to dwarf the competition. Two bitter rivals, Dave Hester and Darrell Sheets, go toe-to-toe for a locker with a twenty thousand dollar payout. After Jarrod buys a suspect unit, a lover's quarrel breaks out between he and Brandi. But after inspection, the bickering pair find something even Brandi didn't expect. It's Russian Roulette in a facility wrought with both trash and treasure.
In Huntington Beach the buyers are picking up anything but good vibrations. Dave Hester leaves Darrell Sheets hanging out to dry with a pump fake approach. But Darrell's wrath costs Dave dearly in return. Barry Weiss finds a twelve inch piano, but there's a chance this small wonder could be more than just a child's toy. And a rip tide of cash is spent on the highest winning unit of the season.
Since the Port of Long Beach, Calif., boasts high-end imports but low-income housing, the buyers know they can either go boom or bust today. When the storage units finally swing open, they reveal surfing and cowboy items, maintenance equipment, and even some flare guns. The tension mounts as the buyers bid for stuff that might make 'em or break 'em.
When the auction action goes to Homeland, Calif., an upscale retirement community, the bidders start to dream of scoring big. Darrell lands a locker filled with furniture, and Jarrod gambles on a safe. Have they bought treasure--or trash?
When the locks are blasted off the storage doors in a California town rich in historic Spanish-American culture, our intrepid buyers discover an unusual mannequin phone, a bootlegger's moonshine still, and some enticing office equipment. Nice stuff--but is it worth anything?
Welcome to the eerie side of storage. When Barry hires two psychics to "see" inside the units at Gardena, Calif., they say they've got a "dark" feeling about the place. But that doesn't spook Jarrod and Brandi, who decide to roll the dice on a unit that could save their store. It's a creepy, pressure-packed look at the storage business.
The buyers head to Norwalk, California for the latest round of storage unit auctions. One buyer and his wife find they have much in common with regards to their opinion of another buyer.
In Fullerton, California, buyers look for textbooks and rare university artifacts.
The buyers go to Las Vegas to attend auctions.
Secret locker; sign from the 40s; rare bonus in a hidden compartment.
Perris, California is SoCal's adventure capital. Our buyers' strategy: search high and low for hiking, camping, and skydiving gear. Jarrod and Barry vie for a unit filled with power tools and high end potential. Darrell Sheets sends a message by bringing a fleet of trucks. And Dave Hester reveals his trade secret to storage auction success. After buying in high volume, will Darrell find the "wow" factor or will he be stuck with a truckload of garbage?
In the LBC, there are two ways to strike it rich--imports and oil. The buyers dig deep in search of antiques and industrial merchandise. Jarrod and Brandi uncover what appears to be an antique wine rack. Dave Hester and Barry Weiss test each other's knowledge of oddities, while Darrell Sheets is just looking to make some gas money. Will the Mogul's vast resources prove too much for the Collector? The drill is on in the search for the storage motherload.
Rumors run wild in Orange, California when 6 lockers--owned by one tenant--go up for auction. Dave and Darrell vie for a unit with a 12 grand payday. Barry Weiss stumbles across a vintage magazine. One buyer nearly breaks a hip. And Jarrod is forced to ask Dave Hester for an appraisal. The question remains, who was this previous tenant? An antique dealer? A local business owner? Or perhaps something worse?
The buyers head to the "antiquers" town of Torrance, California. At this high-end facility, the competition has never been stiffer. Dave and Jarrod bid on a unit with a classic Jaguar. Barry Weiss buys a locker to satisfy his adventurous spirit. And Brandi challenges Jarrod to a battle of the sexes. Who will find the money and who will break the bank?
In Riverside, Jarrod and Barry are greeted by a mob of eager newbies. With their financial futures at stake, the buyers must choose to fight or befriend the crowd. Barry Weiss buys a "mystery trunk." Jarrod and Brandi battle for a unit filled with household goods and classic signs. And Darrell Sheets finds a box of turn-of-the-century books. If these books are valuable Darrell could make thousands. If they're not, he'll be just another victim of the mob.
Tempers flare! The buyers attack! In Yucaipa, California Darrell Sheets crosses the line with a stab at Dave Hester's Newport Consignment Store. Brandi and Jarrod argue over the worth of a bizarre looking horse head. Barry Weiss bids on a locker littered with antique furniture. And Dave Hester makes his strangest discovery ever! But when all is said and done, will Darrell get the better of Dave? Or will the Mogul overcome the Gambler's antics?
In the hippie-town of Encinitas, the buyers comb for seventies memorabilia. When Darrell declares this facility his "home turf", the other bidders are forced to fight for their claim of the treasure. Barry finds a relic from his past. Darrell Sheets stumbles upon a lucrative medical device and Dave Hester teaches his son about the family business. But it's a unit selling for an unprecedented $5500 that ensures no peace for these storage warriors.
The heat is on as the buyers return to the high desert, and a lot has changed. In this episode, Darrell Sheets finds a macabre oddity, Dave Hester discovers an antique toy, and Barry Weiss asks one of his buddies from Aerosmith (no big deal) for an appraisal. When the smoke clears and the dust settles, who will be left standing as the competition comes full circle?
A storm is brewing in Whittier, California. When it rains in the auction business, only the best bidders come out to play. Darrell Sheets tries to bat down his competition when a locker with a twenty-seven thousand dollar payoff opens up, Dave Hester bids on a unit with a stockpile of antiques, and Barry Weiss lands himself a locker previously owned by a man with an... antique weapons fetish.
When auctioneer Dan Dotson calls in sick, his wife Laura is forced to take the reins. But with a crowd of unenthusiastic buyers, Laura will have to pull out all the stops to sell these lockers. Barry finds a "knock out" unit, Dave goes after an electronics locker, Jarrod tries to up his street cred with a "gangsta" unit, and Darrell uncovers a classic movie prop. Will Laura's unbridled enthusiasm pull in big bucks from the buyers or will she end up letting down her auctioneer hubby?
The buyers head to Dave Hester's old stomping grounds in Santa Ana, California. Though the units look trashy, their low rent suggests a secret gold mine filled with goods placed by wise consumers. Jarrod and Brandi find the ultimate guy's unit, Darrell and Dave duke it out for an antique worth three thousand bucks, and Barry is just hoping to find a flashlight for the auctions! From kayaks to golf clubs, the buyers break the bank in this tough town.
The buyers square off in Costa Mesa, California. Dave's estranged brother surfaces and challenges the Mogul over a unit filled with rock memorabilia. Barry uncovers a wooden rendering of a head (and refrains from making tasteless jokes). And Darrell vies with Jarrod for a century-old slide projector. From antiques to bad blood, personal items from the past are about to dictate these buyers' futures.
Trouble comes to Mission Hills, California when a mysterious new bidder aims to dominate the competition. Darrell fights for a drum set, Jarrod and Brandi face a three thousand dollar loss, and heavy-bidder Dave Hester is pushed to his limit in a duel with his new nemesis. From light shows to peep shows, could this be the day the Mogul loses his crown?
The buyers are back in Mission Hills, California. The new bidder is back, along with his man-purse full of cash. Barry's lured into a locker with a mysterious hole in the wall. Dave Hester goes toe to toe with his nemesis again, while Darrell finds it hard just to stay in the ring. Meanwhile, Jarrod pulls an old trick and sneaks in a winning bid. But will his plan pay off, or will it all come crashing down?
The buyers are back in San Bernardino, and Barry brings a good luck charm that yields a tasty reward. Darrell has a case of bidder indecision, while Jarrod and Brandi find out that big wins just may come in small packages. And Mark Balelo is back, but will his bravado break records, or will it be game over?
Surf's up when the buyers head to Huntington Beach. Darrell goes fishing for a locker, Barry sets his sights on some antique Militaria, Dave "The Mogul" Hester strangely has trouble just getting in the game, and Jarrod and Brandi eye a jewelry box - but is it worth $2,700?
The buyers head back to Santa Ana, California and the reunion is anything but fruitful. Jarrod and Brandi quickly see their profits roll away, Barry becomes an organ donor, Dave proves that sometimes not making a deal is good common sense, and believe it or not, Darrell's hopes for a Santa Ana upside rest in the balance of a coin toss... scout's honor.
The auction turns into a three-ring circus as the buyers head to Irvine, California. Tensions finally boil over between Dave and Jarrod, Barry heads to the big top dreaming of a big lick, and Darrell wonders if Dave's gone broke. After outbidding on one of the biggest lockers in Storage Wars history, will it be retirement for Dave or is he just fiddling around?
Things are up and down for the buyers as they head to Upland, California. Barry winds up going a little cuckoo, Darrell gets shut out all together, and Jarrod & Brandi fall in love with a furniture locker and roll into the 19th century world of leisure. Meanwhile, Dave goes all out on a jewelry unit that might just turn out to be a buyer's best friend.
The buyers go south to Laguna Nigel, California. Jarrod and Brandi uncover rare depression era art, Barry's art goes all the way back to the ancient Mayan culture, and Darrell uncovers a possible rare Wells Fargo stagecoach gun, but it's authenticity turns out to be anything but a foregone conclusion.
The buyers head to the upscale retirement community of Laguna Hills, California. Dave wins a furniture unit that points him in the direction of Chinatown, Jarrod and Brandi take a trip down memory lane, Darrell finds his rhythm and some 70's sound equipment, and Barry uncovers something vintage and finds out that sometimes art really does imitate life.
The buyers venture into Downtown, Los Angeles, where they find themselves in a new kind of auction, called a vault auction. It's pallets and crates instead of lockers, and Darrell Sheets thinks it's a perfect place for a showdown with Dave Hester. Jarrod and Brandi put all their marbles in some mystery boxes. And Barry Weiss flexes his auction muscles, which leads to memorable trip to Venice Beach.
The buyers head to the wealthy beach neighborhood of Westminster, CA. Darrell brings his bravado and a wad of cash, and leaves with both of them intact. Dave finds classic car parts, Brandi goes rogue with a giant-priced locker, and Jarrod is more than skeptical. Meanwhile, Barry finds an antique medical device and brings another antique to appraise it. But will the doctor be in?
Family tensions ping as the buyers head to Ontario, California. Darrell wants to take son Brandon to the next level of auction buying, and he's willing to do it at Jarrod and Brandi's expense. But Jarrod and Brandi are expanding, and nothing - and no one - will get in their way. Meanwhile, Barry takes a chance on a locker that turns out to be anything but chicken feed.
The buyers invade the best little city in the USA, Azusa, California. Darrell Sheets sees past the competition, by winning a timeless unit. Jarrod and Brandi continue their journey of quality over quantity, but hope that one item doesn't stain their momentum. And Barry Weiss' buying judgment comes into question, as he starts to wonder himself whether he can pull a rabbit out of his hat...one more time.
The buyers roll into the wide open desert in Hemet, California. Barry Weiss tries to kill Dave's "Yups" with kindness. Jarrod and Brandi make their mark on the competition with a tattoo locker. Darrell gets lost, gets irritated but in the end finds his locker zen. And Dave sails away with what he is hoping is one of his biggest paydays ever.
The buyers return to Long Beach, CA. Jarrod and Brandi have never done well here, so will their luck change? Darrell Sheets finally gets some exercise in Long Beach, buying for the first time and "wiggling" his way into the black. Barry Weiss laps the rest, finding a very unique kind of race car. And Dave Hester goes all out for a unit that hasn't been opened in 20 years. But when the dust settles will he find hidden treasures, or a big bust?
The buyers head back to Ontario, CA and if people didn't notice Dave Hester before, they won't have any trouble now. Jarrod Schulz reverts to his previous ways, overpaying on some toys that make it hard for him to break even. Darrell Sheets has a brush with "The Man," and Barry Weiss has a brush with his own mortality. From Goddesses to Warlords, Ontario is anything but boring.
The buyers invade the quiet town of Simi Valley, CA. Darrell and Brandon smoke the competition. Jarrod and Brandi find some safes, "release the Kraken," and walk away with literally a pirate's booty. Dave Hester again breaks down the competition but in the end it's his heart that is left broken. And Barry Weiss rides in on a vintage motorcycle, but will he drive off into the sunset the big winner... or with an empty backpack?
The buyers are back in Dave Hester's backyard of Newport Beach, CA and they have a visitor. A heavy hitter is on the scene with a story of buying one of the most famous units in storage buying history, and she has a long history with Dave to boot. Jarrod and Brandi find some "very interesting" antiques. And Barry pays a visit to the doctor, but will the visit pay off for Barry?
The buyers are back in Gardena, CA and Dave's rival Nabila is back as well. Jarrod and Brandi get in the game by grabbing a sportsman's locker, Darrell drops seven grand on a unit full of construction equipment hoping to build a nice nest egg, and Barry brings a secret weapon, but will it help him or break the rules?
The buyers are back in Santa Ana, CA with one notable exception, Jarrod Schulz. Construction on Now and Then is finally taking place, and it's forced Brandi to go to the auction by her lonesome. Dave Hester finds some vintage gaming machines. Darrell Sheets proves he's "the real thing", scoring some vintage bottles. And Brandi buys a locker, but will she make Jarrod proud?
The buyers are in "Tinseltown Adjacent", otherwise known as North Hollywood, CA. But first it's the grand re-opening of Jarrod and Brandi's store. Jarrod feels stressed to fill the new shelves, but will Brandi give him the license to bid? Dave Hester re-writes the auction record books. Darrell Sheets caves under the Hollywood pressure. And Barry Weiss finds an old top hat, but will there be any magic in it?
The buyers do battle in Rancho Cucamonga, CA. Dave Hester arrives in a truck big enough to fit his ego AND a massive house hold unit. Darrell and Brandon try to get back on track. Jarrod and Brandi find a vintage mask, hoping to smoke out the competition. And Barry Weiss continues to march to the beat of his own drum, scoring big with a Rock and Roll' legend.
The buyers make a pilgrimage to the desert of Lancaster, CA. West side heavy hitter Nabila Haniss makes the trek and is richly rewarded. Dave Hester brings the fifth wheel and ends up feeling like one. Darrell Sheets "bears down" and wins a unit that makes him feel all warm and cuddly inside. And Barry Weiss proves that you really can catch more flies with sugar.
The buyers head west, to Inglewood, CA. It's Nabila Haniss's neck of the woods, but what she finds could end up shooting blanks. Darrell Sheets's bravado is on display, and not much else. Dave Hester proves once again that auction buying doesn't have to be pretty to be successful. And Barry Weiss gambles on unit with a gnarly mattress, but will he stink up the joint, or come out smelling like roses?
The buyers head to Harbor City, CA. Jarrod and Brandi get back to the business of buying. Dave Hester "Yups" his game as Nabila Haniss tries to bid the circus out of town. Barry Weiss looks like a hobo, and acts like a hobo, but buys like a pro. And Darrell Sheets goes big on the manliest of lockers, but will his unit hit the bullseye...or did Darrell totally blow it?
The Dotson's follow the money to Santa Cruz, CA and the buyers follow the Dotsons...right into a torrential rainstorm. Dave Hester finds some quilts to help keep dry and patch together a profit. Jarrod and Brandi leave just plain soaked. Darrell and Brandon find something that requires getting wet. And Barry unpacks a locker, un-corks a find, but will it get him out of the red?
The buyers stay up north and invade "the city by the bay"... San Francisco, CA. Barry finds an apprentice and an old pair of boxers. Jarrod and Brandi uncover something top secret. Dave Hester's "Yupp Armada" shows up as a show of force. And Darrell "The Gambler" Sheets goes all in, but will he take the pot...or bust?
The buyers head for the high desert in Highland, CA. Darrell buys on a hunch, and finds something that gets him out of the danger zone. Dave Hester never gets his money out of his man bag. Jarrod and Brandi experience some royal pains. And Barry Weiss follows the signs, but will they point to profit?
The third season begins at the crack of dawn in La Verne, CA, and finds "The Collector" in training. Dave Hester enjoys bidding, and bidding people up. Darrell Sheets shows up alone and quickly detects a find of his own. And Jarrod and Brandi start the new season with a system...but will it help them find zen?
The buyers venture back to the notorious vault auction, this time in Chattsworth, CA. Jarrod and Brandi find something that makes noise, if not money. Barry Weiss uses "the force"... the auction buying force that is. Darrell Sheets finds treasure in Brandon's pile of trash. And Dave Hester barks a lot, but is there any bite behind it?
The buyers head to the northern part of Southern California, Oxnard. Barry Weiss finds a room with a view. Dave Hester's looking for gold, and finds bronze. Jarrod battles Dave, along with a nasty cold. And Darrell and Brandon get into a nasty fight that could spell the end of the "Tank Top Twins."
Buying erupts in Hawaiian Gardens, CA. Barry decides to start thinking inside the box, and brings and inside man. Jarrod fills the store, but empties his wallet. Dave helps the Dotson's commissions. And with the Sheets split, Brandon discovers just why people call his dad "The Gambler."
The buyers make a trip to the City of Industry. The Sheets make up, but that's not necessarily a good thing. Dave Hester gets industrial, and profitable.
The buyers hope for better outcomes when they return to Long Beach, Calif.; a heavy hitter brings $50,000 in locker funds; Barry acts on a tip.
Jarrod and Brandi look to score in Laguna Niguel, Calif.; Barry cuts the competition to pieces; a new buyer arrives on the scene.
The bidders look for bargains in Lancaster, Calif.; Jarrod's cocky attitude annoys Brandi.
The buying takes root in Gardena, CA. Barry Weiss captains a ship, and almost goes down with it. Jarrod and Brandi buy a unit and find something that sets off sirens. New buyer Jeff Jarred finds a keepsake from the cold war. And Darrell uncovers some serious sole, and a tidy profit.
Tempers flare in the storage aisles of Montebello, CA. Barry Weiss loses a battle with a bot. Darrell Sheets goes on a run, and it's truly sweet. Dave Hester heads straight to the bank. And Jarrod and Brandi leave the auction wishing they never came.
The buyers, well most of them, head to Westminster, CA. Darrell and Brandon meet a legend. Jarrod and Brandi do the right thing. Dave smells lame lockers and bags one somewhere else. And Barry finds a piece of folklore and sets a storage auction record, but is that a good thing?
The buyers travel behind "The Orange Curtain" to Irvine, CA. Jarrod and Brandi continue to be on fire. Barry, on the other hand, is off his game. So much so that Brandon beats him on a locker. And Dave's been away for a while. Is it time for him to return? All signs point to YUUUP!
Garden Grove, CA plays host to the buyers, and some international intrigue. Dave Hester may have raided King Tut's tomb. Darrell Sheets may have formed a new business "adventure" in Germany. Jarrod and Brandi find something that makes them whinny. And for once Barry Weiss is the architect, but will his plan come to fruition?
The buyers enter an auction marathon in Riverside, CA. Too many choices and too much heat make it hard for Jarrod and Brandi. Things get heated between Dave and Darrell's son Brandon. Barry finds himself "on the fence" on a locker. And Barry and Dave make a bet on a couch, a very expensive bet.
The buyers roll into the city of Chino, California. Darrell gives his son Brandon a chance in the driver's seat. Jarrod and Brandi discover a "Big Boy" unit. Dave Hester buys in bulk, and wins big. And Barry Weiss also buys, but is it a locker that will soar with the eagles...or flip him the bird?
The buyers return to San Bernadino, Ca. Barry Weiss comes bearing gifts. Jarrod and Brandi go home with an attitude. Dave Hester piles up a nice profit. And Darrell and Brandon find something truly old, and all signs point to profit.
In Lakewood, Calif., Darrell and Brandon buy a locker fit for a fiesta; Dave acts like a bully; Barry pays a price for his locker addiction.
The buyers find some afternoon delight in Westminster, CA. Darrell's in his own neck of the woods, but will he get a tree? Dave communes with the dead. Jarrod and Brandi buy, with seismic consequences. And Barry stops worrying...and learns to love storage units.
The buyers blow into Santa Ana, CA. Barry Weiss climbs aboard the buying express. Dave Hester may have trouble leaving the station. And one buyer finds something that s got magic written all over it. From train sets to talking trash, it s another auction show down in Santa Ana.
The buyers coast into Costa Mesa, CA. Barry brings Kenny again, and they get all fired up. Dave Hester finds something that's worth cheering over. Brandi's exhausted, Jarrod's happy, and Darrell Sheets buys his biggest locker in Storage Wars history, but will it be his biggest win?
The buyers descend on Compton, CA. Darrell and Brandon can t get their rappers, or their lockers straight. Jarrod and Brandi find a unique suit. Dave Hester finds himself in a tight squeeze. And Barry uncovers an antique GPS system, but where will it take him?
The buyers trek to Murietta, CA. Jeff Jarred resurfaces, and that doesn't sit well with the Dotsons. Barry Weiss figures a couple things out. Jarrod and Brandi gamble on a unit, and the results are electric. And Dave Hester raises the price of "Storage Poker," but how high will it go?
The buyers return to Mission Hills, CA. Dave Hester starts his day $500 in the hole and tries to buy his way out. Barry, the old dog, finds something to keep him company. And Jarrod and Brandi find something old, something really old.
The buyers make their Hollywood premiere. Nabila Hannis has a cameo, and Dave Hester continues his role as storage villain. Barry buys, and then buys again. Darrell Sheets finds a new way to add up a profit. And Jarrod and Brandi make a shocking discovery!
The buyers descend upon Tustin, CA. Jarrod and Brandi try to play it smart, but the other bidders make that difficult. Jeff Jarred sets a new personal profit record on a five-dollar locker. And Barry and Kenny attempt to sideswipe Dave...but will it work?
The buyers return to Montebello, CA. Previously Jarrod and Brandi lost money, and an employee. Will their luck turn around? Dave Hester finds some marketing Americana. Barry buys a sweet unit. And Darrell Sheets stumbles onto what may be the biggest find in Storage Wars history!
The buyers meet up in La Habra, CA and run into "The King of Palmdale." Ivy Calvin, a former ultimate fighter gets into the ring and quickly goes toe to toe with Darrell. Jarrod and Brandi buy, and meet a nerd. And Barry Weiss hits the links with a famous golfing buddy.
The buyers travel to far away Lake Elsinore, CA and run into "The Kings of Swag," appraisers who caught the auction bug from Barry. Jarrod and Brandi argue, Barry doesn't take a dive, and The Sheets find something out of this world...but will the price tag be astronomical?
A record-breaking 100 vault auction brings extra buyers to Chatsworth, CA. Darrell Sheets gets Mark Balelo to bite on a big group of vaults, and their contents lead to an explosive situation. Herb and Mike steal some vaults that might make them storage kings. And Barry Weiss finds some antiques, but will grandma's stash lead to big cash?
The second of half of the 100 vault auction runs into the night in Chatsworth, CA. Ivy Calvin bites the other buyers, slithering to a profit. Darrell Sheets takes charge without Brandon, winning a vault that furnishes his bank roll. And Jarrod and Brandi grab the auction by the horns, making them the true winners of the auction.
It's an auction standoff in Stanton, CA. Darrell Sheets reemerges after scoring the biggest hit in Storage Wars history. Mark Balelo shows up with a custom made man purse full of money. Barry gets his motors running. And Nabila Haniss gets run up on a locker...that's fit for a dummy.
The buyers are back in Surf City, USA. Barry brings the king of kitsch, Charles Phoenix to "view" an auction first hand. Darrell finds there's no such thing as home field advantage. And Jarrod buys solo only to have Brandi drag him down to the station!
The buyers take a bite out of Orange, CA, where Barry drops a locker...on himself. Ivy Calvin digs through the garbage and finds some collectibles. And Jarrod and Brandi score a locker, but will it end up "urn"-ing them money?
The buyers venture out to Rancho Cucamonga, CA, where Jarrod and Brandi go bonsai over a small set of tools. Barry gets to the auction late and partners up with a pinch bidder. And Mark Balelo comes away with a large printer, but will that translate into a large profit?
The buyers head out to rainy San Jacinto, CA. Darrell Sheets discovers something that is music to his ears. Brandi and Jarrod find they need to team up with Barry if they want to make any money. And Nabila Haniss tries to expand her territory, but will she score...or strike out?
The buyers return to the scene of Darrell's art heist in Montebello, CA, and Darrell spreads a rumor about another great locker. Jarrod and Brandi decide it's time to buy big for their new store. And Barry's unit has him seeing sunny skies...but will his financial forecast be as bright?
The buyers dock in Long Beach, CA. Brandi goes to the auction solo, but Jarrod shows up in time to judge her purchase. Barry shells out for a unit that leads him to the high seas. And Darrell and Brandon find an interesting kit...but will they brew up a nice profit?
The buyers encounter new auctioneers in Costa Mesa, CA. Darrell defends his turf, and things get a little monstrous. Ivy Calvin finds a tool he's never seen before. And Jarrod and Brandi need to fill their new store, but will Barry be the one who scores?
The buyers head to Inglewood, CA. Barry shows up with his motorcycle...and with plans to be triumphant. Herb and Mike find something that is music to their ears. Jarrod and Brandi use old tricks on the new buyers. And Ivy shells out for a unit, but will it lead to big clams?
The buyers venture out to El Monte, CA. The Harris Brothers go into stealth mode. Jarrod and Brandi find their sense of charity. Barry unearths a bag that has him hitting the slopes. And Darrell discovers a big pole...but will it vault him to the top?
The buyers head to Burbank, CA. A new buyer challenges both Barry and Jarrod, and makes off with a packed locker. Barry finds a trunk, and it gives him a reason to visit his cobbler. And Herb and Mike meet a jerk...but will they crush the competition?
Barry arrives with two auction angels, and they turn his frown upside down...with a visit from wrestling legend Rowdy Roddy Piper. Newcomers Rene and Casey buy a statue that could be worth thousands. And Darrell Sheets uncovers some feline finds...but will they be the cat's meow?
The buyers head to beautiful Laguna Niguel, CA. Jarrod and Brandi find some toys, and Jarrod tries to battle a world champion. The Harris Brothers look for a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Ivy Calvin starts off in the hole, and spends the auction trying to climb out. And Barry gambles on a safe...but will he crack open a profit?
The buyers head straight into Compton, CA. Jarrod gets a new nickname, and finds something he used to collect...kind of. Mike buys a locker that Herb doesn't want. And Barry reunites with his old pal Kenny...and then it's bubbly time!
The buyers invade Orange, CA. Barry Weiss brings a butler. Jarrod and Brandi find a vintage lamp that comes from royalty...of sorts. And Darrel Sheets spends the most money ever spent on a unit in Storage Wars history, but will he hit a home run?
The buyers head to Homeland, CA, but the Harris Brothers should have just stayed home. Jarrod and Brandi buy, and things quickly heat up. Barry finds something he lost in "the divorce." And Rene and Casey buy a unit, and quickly realize that they are not in Kansas anymore.
The buyers head to the coast in Mission Viejo, CA. Jarrod and Brandi find a very unusual piece of art that might leave them flush(ing). Rene and Casey enjoy a little vino. And Barry's accountant tries to hold him back...but who will end up being the most restrained?
The buyers head back to good old Lancaster, CA. Darrell and Ivy go head-to-head on Ivy's turf, and one of them gets shut out. Barry discovers bowls that have a very calming effect. And Jarrod and Brandi find some DJ equipment...but will it be up to scratch?
The buyers head to Placentia, CA. Jarrod and Brandi find something that may tip the scales in their favor. Rene and Casey score with a locker full of luggage. Barry buys a unit that makes him question his place in the auction game. And Darrell discovers dental equipment...or does he?
The buyers take over Stanton, CA. Darrell gets himself banned from one of the auctions. Ivy Calvin freezes out the competition with a cool machine. Jarrod and Brandi find themselves flipping for a dancer. And Barry goes to the auction undercover...but will he be able to keep up the act?
The buyers swoop into Moreno Valley, CA. Darrell Sheets tries to play the nice guy, and finishes last. Rene and Casey buy a perfect unit for their store, and then get their groove on. Jarrod finally finds a Rolex...of sorts. And Barry Weiss thinks he scored, but is he right on the button?
The buyers head back to Costa Mesa, CA. Ivy Calvin goes all in, and then taps out. Darrell finds something "Super" collectible. Jarrod and Brandi buy, and what they find could be worth twenty-five grand. And Barry bets against himself...and wins!
The buyers return to Montebello, where Darrell has had some of his biggest scores. Will he repeat or crash and burn? Meanwhile, Brandi learns that Jarrod is facing a problem that affects more than just their business.
Rene and Casey take on rival couple Jarrod and Brandi; Darrell wins an intriguing locker after dodging a bullet; Ivy encounters a furry friend.
Ivy tries to continue his winning streak; Rene and Darrell play mind games; Jarrod and Brandi visit a crime scene and travel back in time.
Brandi is ready to close the Long Beach store, but Jarrod is determined to save it by scoring more lockers. Ivy tries to intimidate other buyers while Darrell gets the shock treatment. Will Rene's cockiness get the best of him?
Brandi and Jarrod split up; Ivy hires a new employee to take care of the shop; Darrell finds success again; Rene learns how to strip.
Ivy pranks the competition; Rene and Casey space out; Jarrod and Brandi may have to close their Long Beach store if they can't score a major profit.
Ivy races against time to win a locker and get home; Rene outspends the competition, but Darrell and Brandon manage to come out ahead.
Rene and Casey plan to spare no expense in order to fill up their truck; Jarrod and Brandi's Long Beach store becomes the subject of gossip; Ivy's latest score could affect his career.
The buyers seek to school Rene on his home turf; Darrell hopes to blast the competition; Jarrod and Brandi try to break out of their slump.
Rene is groomed to vanquish the competition; Ivy learns an important locker lesson; Darrell spends the most money of his career.
Darrell's warehouse is just a stone's throw away from the auction, so he and Brandon plan to sweep up the units while Ivy and Rene team up in an attempt to shut them out. Jarrod and Brandi go on a date and fall back in love... with storage buying!
Rene and Casey make a statement by bringing a caravan of trucks, but will they buy big enough to fill them or go home with an empty caravan of trucks? Darrell comes armed with donuts in an attempt to distract the competition with a sugar rush, while Jarrod and Brandi plan a four-year anniversary party for their Orange Store.
Rene's superstitious attitude could prove to be a hindrance; Ivy trusts his gut; Jarrod and Brandi manage to get the last laugh on their rivals.
Darrell hopes to humiliate Ivy in his own backyard; Jarrod and Brandi are surrounded by pigs; Rene purchases a 'crappy' locker.
Ivy is on the hunt for high-end in Moreno Valley, and Jarrod reveals to Brandi an alter ego known as MAX PROFIT! Darrell is forced to attend the auction alone--can the Gambler win without his side bet? Meanwhile, Rene's locker-buying addiction results in a close encounter with death.
Casey attempts to keep a rein on Rene's spending habits; Darrell and Brandon use their intuition to soar above their competitors; Ivy tries to secretly learn Jarrod and Brandi's purchasing strategy.
Ivy is revved up and looking for high-end lockers, Rene and Casey are at odds over what to buy, and things get a little hairy for Jarrod and Brandi. Meanwhile, Darrell tries to distract the competition with some old-fashioned pranks-- who will be the brunt of the joke?
The pressure is on for Darrell and Brandon to dial up some merchandise for their website. Ivy's exhaustion forces him to switch into robot mode, and Rene dresses for success. Jarrod and Brandi have a "nice" new strategy... but will it work?
It's spring break and Jarrod and Brandi decide to bring their kids to the auction. Will they be a help or a hindrance? Rene and Casey are back working as a team. Ivy hopes to stock up for his upcoming store auction and Darrel puts his "Gambler" nickname to the ultimate test.
Jarrod and Brandi are all about having fun as they try to dunk the competition. Darrell and Brandon hope to be on par with a victory, while Casey tries her hand at bidding. Ivy transforms his store into an auction house... but will he flip a profit?
Everyone is shocked to see Dave Hester return to the auctions with a vengeance, but even the Mogul can't stop the buyers from scoring great units in Huntington Beach. Darrell tries to get Brandon in "top-tip" shape, an injury forces Ivy to change up his game, and Jarrod and Brandi score a unit that leads to a wild ride.
At an auction in Montclair, Ivy rakes in the dollar bills while Darrell keeps things old school and finds something that will launch him to new heights. Brandi worries Jarrod's hangover will get in the way of buying. And despite his fight with Laura, Dave just won't stay away and ends up hacking the competition.
Jarrod and Brandi are determined not to let Dave distract them from a good score while Darrell wants to find out more about the elusive Mogul. Dave shows up with with even more bluster and Ivy uncovers a treasure that promises adventure on the high seas.
Darrell and Brandon are excited to return to West Covina as it is a hidden honeypot for the tank-topped duo. While it's off the beaten path, Jarrod and Brandi decide to follow Darrel's lead deep into the Inland Empire. Ivy makes the trek in search of low level merchandise and Dave has a first class find.
The buyers have a surprise visitor from the Lone Star state at an auction in Upland, CA. Jarrod and Brandi are determined to make big money from small finds. Darrell and Brandon discover a piece of history that takes them to the airwaves and Ivy's bad day ends with a bang.
Dan and Laura Dotson find themselves in a life or death crisis. Unaware, the buyers get down to business in Hemet, CA. Ivy sorts through the competition, while Brandi has trouble just keeping Jarrod focused on buying. And Mary Padian encounters something that could be "a little" out of this world.
The buyers are back in Moreno Valley, CA where Darrell and Brandon discover the sweet taste of success. Mary Padian's looking for love...and nice units. And the sequel to Jarrod and Brandi's last trip to Moreno Valley, "The Adventures of Max Profit" quickly turns into..."The Education of Miss Profit."
Dan Dotson returns to the auctions in Costa Mesa, where the buyers have their sights set on Dave Hester in his home turf. Darrell and Brandon take the auction over the top. And Jarrod and Brandi discover something that takes them to a place where no bidder has gone before.
The buyers head to the hills of Murietta for an auction that has tensions and prices running high. Dave angers Darrell so much that it leads to the Gambler doing something drastic. Ivy uses brains over brawn to score a locker while Jarrod and Brandi struggle to land a unit.
Rene and Casey return to the auctions; Dave finds a piece of board game history; Jarrod and Brandi try to get a locker; Darrell and Brandon show their moves.
The buyers invade Rene's home turf of Oceanside, Calif.; Darrell and Brandon fight for a locker containing a piece of cinematic history; friendship is both magic and profitable for Jarrod and Brandi.
Darrell and Brandon return to the sight of their biggest score while the other buyers are focused on taking down the self-proclaimed "King of Montebello." Jarrod and Brandi land a locker that leads them to something called a "Herbmeister" and Rene and Casey score a potentially sweet unit.
The buyers head to El Monte, CA where they take the local competition head on. Darrell and Brandon score some antique loot while Jarrod and Brandi get a rockin' good locker. And Ivy hits a score that may just lead to the mother load.
An auction in El Monte, CA has big lockers which means big money. Dave nabs a unit that shows he knows how to party. Rene tries to slice a bit of profit from a chilling find. While Jarrod and Brandi attempt to play the other buyers, but will their strategy backfire before they can score?
The buyers throw down at an auction in Koreatown. Dave is expecting to score some high end merchandise, while Darrell struggles as he has never been to this area before. Mary fights for a locker despite the high prices and Jarrod's antics may just push Brandi over the line.
An auction in San Marcos brings Darrell and Brandon to their home turf and Mary finds a way to deal with inflated prices. Jarrod and Brandi buy a vintage piece that sends them spinning while Ivy discovers something that puts a song in his heart.
In this special holiday episode, the buyers become givers as they head to Dan and Laura's house for a white elephant gift exchange! Even though the proceeds are going to charity, the buyers can't help but get ultra-competitive. Who will win? Who will lose? And most importantly, who knows the words to Jingle Bells?
The competition becomes fierce in North Hollywood and even Dan and Laura can't escape the tension. Dave scores a locker that may be a hit and Rene fights past the local buyers to have some fun. Mary comes across two lockers that would be a perfect fit--if she can get them both.
The buyers hit a vault auction in Huntington Beach where Dave decides to bring a few friends to help him out. Mary struggles to win a vault and keep her inexperience under wraps, while Rene gets wrapped up in a different way with a tough discovery.
The buyers head out to Palm Springs for an auction that brings sweet lockers and big money finds. Mary is worried that they area may be too high society for her, while Ivy sets his sights on vintage items. Darrell and Rene battle across the auctions, but only one will win the best of the best in this high stakes showdown.
The buyers head to Santa Ana, CA where dreams of great lockers spice up the auction. Jarrod and Brandi get a locker that leads to the sweet life while Mary tries to get something more collectable. And Darrell comes across a find that may be another huge win for the Gambler.
The auctions begin in Upland, CA., but Dan and Laura take the buyers on a wild ride to finish out the day. Ivy ends up with an eyeful and Mary buys early in hopes of treasure. Jarrod and Brandi along with Darrell and Brandon are forced to go deep into the high mountains for the hope of staying above water.
Fontana, CA becomes FUNtana as Dave explores his lighter side and Mary tries to put a little "Texas" into the auction. Darrell and Brandon have high hopes after scoring here in the past, while Jarrod and Brandi need a good hit to get them out of a bad buy.
Dan and Laura take the buyers back to Torrance for an auction that has them battling for the best unit of the day. Ivy changes up his game to stunning results and Brandi puts Jarrod on a harsh budget. Dave takes on Rene against every locker, but it remains to be seen who will come out with one of the best lockers in Storage Wars history.
Bellflower, CA hosts an auction that has high stakes and big money finds. Ivy struggles through a bad buy to find something of value, while Dave tries to find trash among the treasure. Jarrod buys a unit that becomes a horror show for Brandi, who must face her fears to get a score.
An auction in Mission Hills brings new challenges as Ivy changes his game and goes for a locker with collectables. Mary just tries to land something that will give her a quick sale as Rene looks to buy big. Local buyers test Darrell, but the Gambler gets some help from a well known friend that may help him end on a high note.
The auctions return to Riverside where Jarrod has trouble finding his groove. Dave finds something that has him baffled while Ivy attempts an elusive strategy to make a score. Mary holds her own against the veteran buyers and discovers that lockers can lead to romance.
The auction goes back to Fontana, CA and the buyers come loaded for action. Ivy is excited to return to an area known for the items he needs, but Jarrod and Brandi must employ some sharp strategy to get a good locker. Darrel and Brandon are looking to score heavy which puts Mary at the bottom hoping for a top unit.
Moreno Valley, CA, is known for great views and good finds. Darrell tries to smoke the competition and proves that sometimes treasure can look like trash. Mary struggles to wrangle information from the more experienced buyers, but Rene is not looking to share first place in the hunt for the best locker.
The buyers head to West Covina, CA where everyone is vying to be the top dog. Jarrod and Brandi bring an expert to sniff out the best lockers. Darrell and Brandon help everyone at the auction dress for success, while Mary sets out to find a vintage-y locker... because everyone knows that old is the new, new.
Riverside, CA is the place to be for all the beautiful buyers... at least that's what Dan and Laura think. Mary hopes dialing up some luck will turn her rough day around. Rene doesn't need any luck, he's "just that good." Brandi does her best to stay positive for Jarrod, while Dave is out for blood.
The buyers venture out to Rancho Cucamonga, CA where everyone is on the hunt for something big. Ivy has no problem spending his bucks for the right locker. Darrell and Brandon have got a hunger they need to feed. Jarrod and Brandi hope their day doesn't suck, while Mary looks to spruce up a locker with some of that ol' Mary magic.
Auctions in Costa Mesa bring out the best and worst of the buyers as everyone tries to score a great buy. Jarrod rides easy but brings intimidation as Dave returns to an area he knows all too well. Mary tries to spend big in this coastal town while Darrell struggles as he tries to shut out one of the other buyers.
There are treasures for some and turmoil for others as the buyers face off in Lake Elsinore, CA. Dave arrives in a surprisingly good mood, but that doesn't stop him from causing trouble for everyone else. Rene and Jarrod go head-to-head on a series of great units while Ivy has to work hard in an unfamiliar area.
Santa Ana is Dave Hester's old stomping grounds and he plays it to his diabolical advantage as he makes the other buyers struggle to get a decent locker. Jarrod and Brandi can't seem to get on their game while Rene has to hit hard to get a unit. Ivy Clavin crashes the auction in Orange County, but can he come out a winner against some new competition?
The buyers head to Ivy's home turf of Lancaster, CA, where Mary tries to strike a deal with a surprising ally. Jarrod and Brandi turn up the heat on the competition and each other while Rene goes well outside of his territory to prove his dominance.
North Hollywood sets the scene for another auction filled with dreams of hitting it big. Mary gets a leg up on the competition with a not so secret weapon while Dave takes a gamble on an unusual auction despite his hatred of Hollywood. Jarrod and Brandi target only the best as Rene aims for the sky which could lead to a big crash.
The stakes are high and the dollars get higher as the buyers attend a first class auction in Arcadia, CA. Dave targets Jarrod and Brandi and the sparks begin to fly. Ivy strikes early in hopes of landing a solid unit, but the bids quickly reach well into the thousands leaving Mary struggling to keep up.
The buyers return to Montebello, CA, home to some of the biggest finds and worst dramas. Ivy has never hit it big here so he is focused on a good score no matter the cost. Jarrod and Brandi are determined to not let another big locker get away while Dave paces his bids, but not his temper.
Moreno Valley, CA, is a bit out of the way, but any auction could have the hidden treasure that keeps the buyers on the hunt. Mary decides it is time to take matters into her own hands and launches a daring idea while Ivy keeps it old school and targets a working man's unit. Rene wants to focus on the lockers and not the buyers, but Dave gets in the way as he tries to make his mark in a new area.
The valley of Perris, CA hosts an early morning auction that has the buyers waking up early and watching their bids. Jarrod and Brandi start the day in high spirits, but things get tense as Dave shows up with more bluster than usual. Mary tries not to let the other buyers get her down and Ivy remains sharp and ready for a great score.
The desert is hot, but the auctions are hotter in Palm Desert, CA. It's a long drive, but the buyers are determined to make it worth the trip. A few locals give Rene a run for his money, but that doesn't stop Mary from bidding beyond her budget. Darrell and Brandon try for a windfall while Jarrod and Brandi are forced to rely on some unreliable help.
The buyers hope to stay classy as they head south with keen eyes for good buys in San Diego. Darrell has to shoulder the burden of a possible bad locker as Mary tries to get in touch with her inner Californian. Ivy comes across a cross-dressing locker while Jarrod and Brandi have good history in the area and hope for another score.
The day starts rough, but nothing the hunt for treasure as the buyers head to Rancho Palos Verdes, CA. Mary has to stay on a budget and learns a hard lesson about Dave. Rene tries a secret strategy, while Jarrod and Brandi try to hit the auctions with some old school style.
The desert town of Indio holds treasures, but which buyer will come out on top? Ivy uses a dastardly tactic to rouse the competition as the auction forces Mary to travel well out of her comfort zone. Rene steps up his game, while Darrell tries to score despite Brandon's sour mood.
The buyers return to Koreatown for an auction near the heart of Los Angeles. In order to score a good locker, Brandi is forced to keep an eye out for more shenanigans from Jarrod. Ivy and Mary form an unexpected alliance, while Rene goes locker crazy and buys units that may not pay out.
The buyers head to Palm Springs where more than the prices get hot under the desert sun. Ivy brings his games with his sights set on a high roller locker, while Rene tries to play it cool despite the high temperatures. Mary holds her own against the competition and the desert heat gets the better of Dan and Dave as tempers flare.
Auctions in the college town of Rancho Dominguez have the buyers on the hunt for hip lockers with big scores. Darrell and Brandon are looking for quantity to feed their store, while Rene is targeting quality. Mary decides to change things up by exploring her mean side as Jarrod and Brandi bring a new member to the team who may help them hit profit before they flunk out.
Auctions in the college town of Rancho Dominguez have the buyers on the hunt for hip lockers with big scores. Darrell and Brandon are looking for quantity to feed their store, while Rene is targeting quality. Mary decides to changes things up by exploring her mean side as Jarrod and Brandi bring a new member to the team who may help them hit profit before they flunk out.
A tough start in Santa Ana leads to a long day as the buyers hit a second auction in Hawaiian Gardens in hopes of finding a great locker. Ivy tries to keep his spirits up despite feeling under the weather while Darrell and Brandon are excited to steal treasure from Dave's backyard. Mary tries to stay on budget and some new faces bring more competition.
An auction in Los Angeles brings more buyers than Dan and Laura bargained for. Dave Hester returns to the auctions despite his troublesome past. Ivy tries to keep the peace, but gets dragged into an abnormal auction while Rene brings some help as his father, Gunter, joins the action. Mary is attracted to more than just good finds as the bids and the sparks fly.
Lockers go for big bucks as the buyers hit auctions in Moreno Valley, CA. Ivy and Dave duke it out for a pair of units while Mary tries to avoid the shrapnel. Mavrick shows up and battles to find a good unit, but getting one at a fair price might be more than he can manage. And one buyer hits it big with a twice in a lifetime find that provides over $10K in profit!
Lancaster, CA sets the stage for another rough and tumble auction. Brandi surprises Jarrod with a thick bankroll in hopes of getting the best unit of the day, while Mary brings in some extra help for the huge lockers. Darrell and Brandon win an auction that contains something that unexpectedly lands them in a courtroom.
The buyers hit another auction in Huntington Beach, CA where Darrell tries to teach Brandon one of the toughest lessons in the storage locker game. Ivy has high hopes despite a dismal past in the area, while Mary challenges Rene to a bet that has more than money at stake.
The buyers hit Norwalk in hope of finding hidden finds, while Darrell has his eye on a higher prize. Mary comes overly prepared trying to prove she has staying power. Ivy changes gears and concentrates on collectibles and Darrell hatches a plan that could take him out of the storage auction game for good.
Beaumont, CA hosts a slew of auctions containing objects from the mundane to the downright strange. Rene bids heavy on a huge locker in search of quality merchandise, while Mary targets the lower end hoping for a longshot score. Jarrod and Brandi decide to let Alex and Bozek run the auctions for the store, but things backfire when Jarrod can't give up the reins.
The desert town of Palm Springs has the buyers chasing treasure across the Southern California desert. Mary tries to get a locker that doesn't break her budget while Darrell is willing to outspend anyone for the ultimate score. Ivy has trouble finding his focus. Meanwhile Dan and Laura have to race through the day to get to an auction with a higher purpose.
The buyers hit Torrance for tough competition over only a few quality lockers. Brandi is forced to face her fears when Jarrod gets a locker sure to give her nightmares. Ivy has rarely scored in the area, so he tries a new tactic to change things up. Rene welcomes a pair of new buyers with some not so friendly competition.
The buyers head for the mountains and hit high altitude in Rimforrest, CA where they face auctions in the snow! Mary weathers the storm with gusto as Casey tries to keep Rene's eyes on the prize. Ivy doesn't let the cold weather freeze him out and goes on a buying spree, while Dave tries to heat things up.
Jarrod and Brandi get back to the basics at the auction in West Covina, CA. Mary starts the day in the hole and is desperate for a big win. Ivy tries to lighten the mood under the hot sun. Meanwhile Rene simply heats things up with his bankroll and attitude.
The buyers head to San Diego in hopes of finding some south of the border treasure. Rene and Casey step up to defend their home turf against Darrell and Brandon. Mary hopes to score with a high end household unit and Ivy enlists help and brings two extra Calvins to the auctions.
The desert country of Mojave, CA hosts a rough auction where the buyers have to dig deep to find value. Dave hits the action hard despite his dislike of the area. Mary struggles through a locker hoping it will not land in the toilet. Rene battles for treasure and Ivy on the hunt for fun off-road finds.
Auctions in Westminster, CA bring top dollar, with units selling in the thousands. Jarrod and Brandi to strike quick and easy, but the high prices have them taking risks that are no bargain. Ivy goes on a buying spree, but how much will it cost him? Meanwhile, Rene can't help but go cowabunga over a collector's unit.
An auction challenges the buyers to find a score in a tower of lockers in downtown Los Angeles. Darrell and Brandon are determined to get more merchandise for their 24/7 store, but have to face Dave to get a unit. Ivy is looking for a unit stacked with tools and Mary is forced to take on the heavy hitters.
The buyers head to Moreno Valley and descend upon auctions at a facility that has been known for great scores. Mary hopes to follow the others to a solid locker, but Dave is intent on a score of his own or making the others pay heavily for theirs. Both Ivy and Rene get massive lockers packed with goods, but only one will have a massive pay day.
The hunt for lockers continues at Riverside, CA. Jarrod and Brandi try to teach a hard lesson to Bozek, but the price of education may be to high for them. Ivy tries to hit it big with a low paying locker while Darrell and Brandon limp into a locker that may leave them all wet.
Santa Ana, CA hosts auctions that bring out all the buyers in full force. Jarrod and Brandi's plans go awry when Dave shows up looking to cause some trouble. Mary is hoping to break a long losing streak and Rene enlists a little help to get through a massive score.
The upper class area of Arcadia, CA promises solid auctions for the buyers. Darrell and Brandon come out swinging, but get caught trying to pull some shenanigans. Rene brings his father Gunter to help hunt for collectibles and Ivy takes a gamble for something out of the ordinary.
The buyers head up to Lancaster, CA where Ivy is forced to defend his turf or score big with a home field advantage. Rene makes the long drive to prove a point, meanwhile Dave has nothing to prove coming off a long winning streak. Mary comes up big hitting a great locker and cleaning the competition.
Lockers in El Monte, CA have been known to hold some great finds and this auction is no different. Brandi decides to let Jarrod loose with their money, but Mary steps up with her new boyfriend to get the most expensive locker of the day. Rene spends the least looking for a collector's unit, but he may come out of the gate with the best score.
The buyers visit Palm Springs, Cal. where Dave is desperate to score a great locker after missing out on one; Rene tries to get some inside information; Ivy is forced to buy big; and Mary gets help from an unlikely ally.
The buyers visit North Hollywood where Jarrod and Brandi fight to resist the lure of showbiz items; Mary and a new friend get targeted; and Rene goes solo.
The buyers visit a night auction in Huntington Beach, Cal. where Ivy and Mary compete with each other; Darrell and Brandon look to score big on home turf; and Dave searches for either a score or a sucker.
The buyers return to Montebello, Cal. where Darrell and Brandon cause chaos; Rene brings along with father; Dave eyes a big score; and Ivy battles injury to hit the auctions hard.
An auction in Van Nuys, CA brings the buyers together for one more chance at finding hidden treasure. Jarrod and Brandi are looking for an easy ride and come unprepared for a marathon auction. Without the help of Brandon, Darrell must face the competition all by himself. Ivy looks to buy big and often, meanwhile Mary tries to stake her claim as a serious buyer.