Cajun Pawn Stars

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Upcoming episodes

Jun 21st
700p

Mail To The Chief

See the Cajun Pawn Stars cast their vote for a letter penned by a college-aged future President...Bill Clinton. Will the guys mount a fierce campaign for this pre-Presidential correspondence or will lack of funds force them to drop out of the race? Then, Jimmie and Tammie mix work and play when they check out a Ferris wheel and other amusement park rides. Can they grease the wheel enough to spin a sale or are their wallets now tall enough for entry? And later, Jimmie sets his sights on an 1895 Colt Navy revolver with an extremely rare and valuable defect. Will Jimmie take a gamble on this gun with the golden glitch or is it not worth taking a shot?
Jun 21st
730p

This Little Piggy

Stand and sing with the Cajun Pawn Stars as they check out original handwritten lyrics to one of our nation's best-known anthems, My Country Tis of Thee. Can the guys orchestrate securing this piece of homeland harmony or will they cringe when negotiations hit a sour note? Then, Jimmie is tempted to go hog wild over buying a vintage coin-operated kiddie pig ride. Does his plan include taking this little piggy all the way home or will this mechanical swine opt to root somewhere else? And later, Johnnie and Tammie scope out a Bulgarian version of Russia's popular AK rifle. Can they squeeze the trigger on making a deal or are their offers completely off target?
Jun 22nd
700p

Going Medieval

Join the Cajun Pawn Stars as they go to battle for a rare medieval Saxon helmet believed to be from 1100 A.D. Will Tammie and Johnnie embark on a tireless quest to capture this historic prize or will heated negotiations force a full retreat? Then, one of the very first X-Men comic books blasts its way into the shop. Will the guys unleash their special powers to make a heroic deal or will they be outmatched by a villainous price? And later, shop regular Chester hopes to hunt down some cash for his crossbow. Will Chester discover he's hit a bull s-eye or will an errant shot throw him completely off target?
Jun 22nd
730p

4-Wheelin' Deals

Come see the Cajun Pawn Stars prepare for a presidential visit as they hope to secure a series of letters signed by Richard Nixon. Will the guys inaugurate a buy or will the whole deal get vetoed? Then, the wheels get a turnin' when Tammie and Johnnie check out a customized ATV. Will negotiations be smooth sailing or are they in for one very bumpy ride? And later, Johnnie and Walt duck for cover when a pair of British Tower rifles walks through the doors. Will the guys bite the bullet and lay out some serious cash or will their offer fail to ignite excitement?
Jun 23rd
700p

All Jazzed Up

It s a wonderful world on this episode of Cajun Pawn Stars when a drummer s pad signed by legendary music artist Louis Armstrong swings by the shop. Jimmie is intrigued by three full, unopened Prohibition-era whiskey bottles that are brought in...and Tammie sets her sights on a WWII Inglis pistol. Can she hit the mark to buy this unique weapon or will her offer completely miss the target?
Jun 23rd
730p

Batter Up

Put on your game face with the Cajun Pawn Stars as they step up to the plate for a signed Ted Williams baseball bat that an expert must authenticate. Jimmie enters tough negotiations for a mourning armband worn during Abraham Lincoln s funeral. And, Johnnie and Walt report for duty when a 24-karat, gold-plated M16 gun commemorating the capture of Saddam Hussein blasts into the shop.
Jun 24th
700p

Seat of Horns

Get blown away with Cajun Pawn Stars as they check out an old hunting rifle believed to have belonged to George Washington. Will the appraisal force the shop to cough up some big bucks? In addition, an old friend of Jimmie's wants to sell his twelve-foot Native American-styled totem pole. And Cajun shop regular Gerard shows up with a chair made out of cattle horns.
Jun 24th
730p

Gone with the Pawn

Get ready for some down home cookin' when the Cajun Pawn Stars consider buying a massive 40 foot BBQ pit on wheels. Plus, a seller isn't horsin around when he gallops into the shop to unload his miniature horse. And a customer looks to buy a prop gun from the movie classic Gone with the Wind. Will Jimmie give up one of his most prized possessions or will he frankly "not give a damn"?
Jun 25th
700p

Shaken and Stirred

Ride along with the Cajun Pawn Stars as they test-drive a rare James Bond-type Aston Martin...and decide whether it's worth the six-figure asking price. Plus, Johnnie tries to secure the rights to a land grant signed by President James Madison. And, local musician Wade Benson Landry swings by the shop to sell one of his famous-designer rhinestone stage suits.
Jun 25th
730p

Shotgun Bowling

The Cajun Pawn Stars put a new twist on an old classic when they go bowling--Southern style. Using a shotgun, see the gang try to score some strikes on their day at the range. Plus, there s a lot to comb through for Jimmie when a local hairdresser stops by to purchase some famous locks. And, a custom LSU-themed chopper signed by former head coach Nick Saban rolls up to the shop.