The episode started off with an electric shock therapy machine, which Rick turned down. Chumlee tried it on but it didn't do any good on him. (joking it wasn't turned on)
The next item was an off road buggy. It was all tricked out. They guy wanted $8000 but got $7000. Las Vegas is great for off roading in the desert. I live by Nellis AFB and just a few miles up the road is a great place to go off roading. If you don't have your own ATV or motorcycle, you can always contact some companies that will take you out to the desert and you can go riding in the desert, ride up and down dunes (it all not just sand) and in valleys. It's a great way to spend an afternoon in Las Vegas.
Watching the guys ATV in the desert, well, that is the area by Nellis. Beautiful area, eh? The thing broke down, but all it was a wire that came off.
The guy in the Boy Scout uniform tried to sell some old stamps to Rick so he could donate the money back to the Boy Scouts. Too bad there weren't any stamps of any value, but Rick is going to pay for 1 or 2 boys to camp.
A guy brought in coins that were found in a ship wreck. The coins were molded together. The guy asked for $700,000. Umm, no. Rick offered $200,000 but that was turned down. This seemed like staged event.
In the 2nd episode, a guy brought in a very old flint lock shotgun. It was made around 1750. The seller came out with a $4000 1982 Les Paul guitar. The gun was used as the gun for coaches in England.
The next guy, a guy that sounds like Milton Berle, brought in a Pez collection. The guy came in said his collection is worth $5000. He wanted $2500 and was offered $1000. The guy said it was an insult to the Pez community. Pez community? Really?
A lady was a cashier in a grocery store and got a rare 1932 quarter. Sometimes you get lucky when you work at some stores. The quarter turned out to be a counterfeit because the "S" marking was put it and she got nothing.
The next guy brought in a old Navy uniform from WWII. The guy wanted $150 and got $75. Rick didn't believe the Old Man and Rick thought it was a WWI uniform. Mark came in. Mark is the curator of the Clark County Museum, which is located in Henderson. Mark also has his own TV show on community cable TV. And the Old Man was correct. They brought in Mark for a $1 bet. Hopefully he got paid for his troubles or was off duty.