The show Pawns Stars has a new story line- they are trying to hire a new worker to work the night shift. They give the perspective employees a series of tests about selling items.
Well, here is the truth about the Gold and Silver Shop, home of the Pawn Stars:
At night, the main store is not open. All they have open is a window at the door in which 1 or 2 people work. The window opens up around the time it gets dark or maybe a little later. They mostly take in items, like gold and silver jewelry and nothing expensive. They don't buy big items, like items more than $1000, if that because the workers probably don't have access to that much cash.. They may accept payments for items that have been pawned. This is pretty standard at most pawn shops that are open 24 hours in Las Vegas.
The night shift doesn't do much interaction with the public. They probably do more cleaning than anything. I am sure, at the Gold and Silver Shop, they probably have more visitors at night visiting because of the show, but probably not much business.
So, if you want to visit the shop at night, all you will find is a window that is open to the store and that's it. Not much to see and you can't go inside the shop. And you certainly won't see any of the stars of the show, unless they are filming at night.
So, that is the truth about the story line of Pawn Stars trying to find a new night shift person- it's a fake story line.