Well, the heat is gone from Las Vegas, with highs in the upper 70's and lows in the low 50's. This is one of the reasons why God invented Las Vegas.
In the first episode, the first guy brought in a Kentucky Long Rifle from the Civil War. Time for the expert. Sean Rich was the expert and he said that the rifle was real and was worth up to $2800. Rick offered $1200, the guy offered $1600 and then $1400 and that was the price.
The next person in World War II dishes. The plates were supposedly from Hitler's summer home. Because of the NAZI memorabilia, Rick decided to pass on the dishes.
The next guy brought 1899 Irish walking stick. The stick belong to a guy named Bittenger. The guy wanted $400 and Rick offered $200. The Old Man offered $300, but Rick overruled him and the final price was $250.
The next lady brought in a G.I. Jane nurse doll. The lady wanted $2500 and time for the expert. They brought in Jonathon of the Toy Shack. He thought the doll was worth up to $1500. The lady went down to $1000 and Rick offered $600 and then $700 and then $800 and that was the sale price.
The guys went to a house to see an old gold cart from the 1960's. It looked like crap. The guy wanted $300 and Rick offered $100 and then $150. They then sent it to Rick Dale for restoration.
In the second episode, a lady brought in an electric 1956 Gibson guitar. Time for an expert, Jesse. The lady wanted $20,000 but Jesse thought it was worth $3500. Rick offered $2000 and it was no sale. But then Rick offered $2200 and that was the sale price.
The next guy wanted to sell a Delorean car from 1981. The guy drove it through a a typical middle class neighborhood. The guy wanted $30,000. Corey offered $12,000and then $15,000. No deal.
Chum, Corey and Rick were given a chance to be on "Who Wants To be a Millionaire", but it was a dream sequence. Stupid.
The next guy brought in a letter to the the guy's grandfather from Franklin Roosevelt. The letter was about Social Security. Time for the expert, Drew. Drew said it was real and worth about $7000. Ricked offered $2500 and then $2750 and that was the sale price.