Cajun Pawn Stars

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Upcoming episodes

Apr 13th
900p

Paintball cajun Style

Going... going.... gone? Join the Cajun Pawn Stars as they try to hit a homerun when a rare 1932 Game 3 World Series program--that features Babe Ruth's infamous called shot--slides into the shop. Store regular Chester stops by with what he believes is a 1903 Remington rifle. And, a personal check signed by screen legend Judy Garland sends Jimmie over the rainbow. But will he be able to click his heels and secure this unique piece of history or will this deal end in a wicked meltdown.
Apr 13th
930p

Mumbo Gumbo

Things go boom when the Cajun Pawn Stars encounter the infamous cannon used in the Colfax Massacre of 1873. Shop regular Gerard causes some Cajun confusion when he pops in to pawn an old family gumbo recipe. And, Tammie has to step in when Jimmie is awestruck by a handmade Native American bison jacket. Will she present a brave offer that'll make Big Daddy happy--or will she dispatch the seller to where the buffalo roam?
Apr 14th
900p

Horseplay

Charge! Go back to the battlefield with the Cajun Pawn Stars as they check out a collection of historic Civil War projectiles. Tammie and Johnnie try to lasso a deal on an antique toy horse. And, a customer walks in with a very rare weapon--a 1913 pistol sword. Will Jimmie be able to slash his price and secure this unique item or will he be shot down?
Apr 14th
930p

Really Gotta Go Kart

Start your engines with the Cajun Pawn Stars as they check out an old go-kart that, with the help of Yankee's powers of restoration, has the potential to become something extraordinary. Johnnie encounters a high end government document that contains handwritten notes from former President Dwight Eisenhower. And, shop regular Gerard stops by to sell a classic Ernst Roth bass fiddle.
Apr 15th
900p

Yankee Magic

Get star struck with the Cajun Pawn Stars when country singer Tracy Lawrence stops by the shop looking to sell his 1920s Martin guitar and a colorful 1960s suit from singer/songwriter Hank Snow. Jimmie tries not to get thrown off when negotiating for a mechanical bull. And, shop regular Joker tries to clean up on a deal for what he calls a "Cajun hot tub."
Apr 15th
930p

Jimmie's Increasingly Bad Day

Place your bets with the Cajun Pawn Stars as they check out an antique, but beat-up, 1930s horse race gambling machine. Jimmie fiddles with the idea of buying a rare Martin Guitar even though his music expert is out of town. And, it's father vs. daughter when Tammie bets her dad she can make a profit on a unique bar-on-wheels. Will Jimmie end up triumphant in all his dealings or will this turn out to be a bad day for Big Daddy?
Apr 16th
900p

King and His Crown , The

Get all shook up with the Cajun Pawn Stars when the shop gets an opportunity to buy a very unique piece of Elvis--his tooth. Johnnie inspects a vintage Batman marionette. And, Jimmie proves a pawnbroker never takes a break when he sets his eyes on a 1966 Cadillac Fleetwood limousine while he's out to lunch with his wife and Tammie. Will Big Daddy ride home in style or will his wheeling and dealing make him miss lunch and cause family friction?
Apr 16th
930p

Oh Say Can You Pawn?

Hit the road with the Cajun Pawn Stars when they head to shop-regular Bayou Bob's place to see a restored 1927 Chevy Roadster. Jimmie checks out a very rare zebra/donkey hybrid called a zedonk. And, a promissory note signed by Francis Scott Key has the shop feeling patriotic, but will Jimmie swing a star-spangled deal or will negotiations go off-key.
Apr 17th
700p

Where's the Fire?

The items include a beautifully restored 1929 Ford fire engine, a vintage Easy-Bake oven toy from the early 1970s that still works, and 170 rooms of hotel furniture that Jimmie visits at Alexandria s famous Bentley hotel. In addition, Bruce Mitchell from Swamp People stops in looking to purchase a new gun for gator season.
Apr 17th
730p

Dog Duty

Blast off with the Cajun Pawn Stars when a 1950s Space Commander Ride toy lands in the shop and takes Jimmie on a nostalgic trip back to his childhood days. The famous chair that former Louisiana Senator Huey Long used for all his interviews finds its way to the shop. And, Jimmie puts his staff to the test when he challenges them to get to work on time--last one to arrive will be forced to take care of all four of the shop s dogs for an entire day.