The buyers square off in Costa Mesa, California. Dave's estranged brother surfaces and challenges the Mogul to a unit filled with rock memorabilia. Barry uncovers a wooden rendering of a head (and refrains from making tasteless jokes). And Darrell vies with Jarrod for a century-old slide projector. From antiques to bad blood -- personal items from the past are about to dictate these buyers futures.
Trouble comes to Mission Hills, California when a mysterious new bidder aims to dominate the competition. Darrell fights for a drum set. Jarrod and Brandi face a three thousand dollar loss. And heavy-bidder Dave Hester is pushed to his limit in a dual with his new nemesis. From light shows to peep shows, could this be the day the Mogul loses his crown?
A return to Mission Hills, Cal., includes a locker that has a mysterious hole in the wall; and Dave facing his nemesis bidder.
San Bernardino, Cal., is visited.
Huntington Beach, Cal., is toured. Included: Darrell finds a locker; Barry spots military items; and Jarrod and Brandi check out a jewelry box.
The buyers head back to Santa Ana, California and the reunion is anything but fruitful. Jarrod and Brandi quickly see their profits roll away, Barry becomes an organ donor, Dave proves that sometimes not making a deal is good common sense, and believe it or not, Darrell's hopes for a Santa Ana upside rest in the balance of a coin toss... scout's honor.
The buyers are in Upland, California; Barry brings an advantage; Darrell gets shut out; Jarrod and Brandi fall in love with a furniture locker; Dave goes all out on a jewelry unit.
The buyers go south to Laguna Nigel, California. This time it's Dave who doesn't buy. Jarrod and Brandi uncover rare depression era art. Barry's art goes a little further back, to the Mayan culture. And Darrel uncovers a possible rare Wells Fargo stagecoach gun, but it's authenticity turns out to be anything but a foregone conclusion.
The buyers head to the upscale retirement community of Laguna Hills, California. Dave wins a furniture unit that points him in the direction of Chinatown, Jarrod and Brandi take a trip down memory lane, Darrell finds his rhythm and some 70's sound equipment, and Barry uncovers something vintage and finds out that sometimes art really does imitate life.
The buyers venture into Downtown, Los Angeles, where they find themselves in a new kind of auction, called a vault auction. It's pallets and crates instead of lockers, and Darrell Sheets thinks it's a perfect place for a showdown with Dave Hester. Jarrod and Brandi put all their marbles in some mystery boxes. And Barry Weiss flexes his auction muscles, which leads to memorable trip to Venice Beach.
A trip to Westminster, Cal., includes classic car parts and an antique medical device.
The buyers go to Ontario, Cal., where Darrell hopes Brandon will advance in his auction-buying skills; and Barry takes a risk on a locker.
The buyers go to Azusa, Cal.
A trip to Hemet, Cal.
The buyers return to Long Beach, Calif., where Darrell does well and Barry finds a unique race car.
A trip to Ontario, Cal.
A trip to Simi Valley, Cal. Included a vintage motorcycle.
A trip to Newport Beach, Cal.
The crew finds bad wood and longer hauls at the new tract, and morale suffers; Bobby helps a community that was devastated by a tornado.
A visit to Santa Ana, Cal., includes gaming machines; and vintage bottles.
North Hollywood, Cal., is visited.
Rancho Cucamonga, Cal., is visited. Included: a vintage mask.
The buyers make a pilgrimage to the desert of Lancaster, CA. West side heavy hitter Nabila Haniss makes the trek and is richly rewarded. Dave Hester brings the fifth wheel and ends up feeling like one. Darrell Sheets 'bears down' and wins a unit that makes him feel all warm and cuddly inside. And Barry Weiss proves that you really can catch more flies with sugar.
A trip to Inglewood, Cal., includes a unit with a mattress.
A trip to Harbor City in Los Angeles.
A rain-soaked visit to Santa Cruz, Cal.
A trip to San Francisco, where Barry gets an apprentice and Jarrod and Brandi find something that's top secret.