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Pawn Stars: Season Two


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  • Actors: Corey Harrison, Richard Harrison, Austin 'Chumlee' Russell, Rick Harrison, Mark Hall Patton
  • Format: NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 4
  • MPAA Rating: NR
  • Studio: eOne Films
  • Release Date: Aug. 24 2010
  • Run Time: 704 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • ASIN: B003LLVVX0
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #18,338 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)

Product Description

The hit HISTORY series returns to the only family-run pawn shop in Las Vegas, where three generations of men carefully assess the value of items brought in by an array of quirky customers in need of fast cash.

Long before banks, ATMs, and check-cashing services, pawnbrokers provided monetary loans in exchange for personal items of value, and are still helping people make ends meet today - while bringing in a sizeable profit for themselves. Watch in PAWN STARS as the Harrison family attempts to find the gems and bust the fakes, all in hopes of making the biggest profit possible. Grandfather, father and son use their sharp-eyed skills to assess the value of items ranging from the obscure to the historic. There isn't much the Harrison family hasn't seen or heard, making Richard, Rick and Corey experts in rare collectables - and negotiating.

Each episode of PAWN STARS features an array of characters attempting to sell, purchase or pawn items that the Harrisons must carefully appraise, and determine if they're real or fake before revealing the often surprising answer to "What's it worth?"

BONUS FEATURES: TBD


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By mrwiglything on Feb. 27 2011
Format: DVD
This is a great show. Chumlee is hilarious, and Rick's laugh is contagious. With 32 episodes in this season, it's worth every penny and then some. A must-see. I can't wait for season 3.
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17 of 19 people found the following review helpful
Interesting and a great way to learn about history & negotiation Sept. 30 2010
By Haunted Flower - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
32 Episodes on 4 DVDs, released August 24, 2010

The "Pawn Stars" reality series has made it into a second season from the History Channel about a family-run Gold and Silver Pawn shop in Las Vegas with three generations of men assessing the value of antiques, historical items, vehicles, and junk from a number of bizarre customers in need of money.

Rick Harrison and his father affectionately coined "The Old Man" own the shop together. Rick's son, Corey known as "Big Hoss" is hoped to one day take over the shop if only he and his idiot friend, Austin "Chumlee" Russell were less moronic. Each person has their own style with dealing with customers, but always take the same steps to assess by asking questions, calling in experts when their own knowledge is lacking, and in the restoration process of certain items.

Rick is by far the most charismatic everyman of the bunch. He is friendly, courteous, and occasionally exercises a little bit of sympathy in the bargaining process. What is very impressive about Rick and his father are their knowledge of history and they can usually tell the customer more about their item than the customer knew walking in and that's before calling in someone to check items out for counterfeit and condition. It's a great way to learn things about history that you might never have learned before, for instance, George Washington was not the first president. There were several people who took on one year terms before the country officially became the United States of America!

"The Old Man" is always cranky and insulting to the others who work in the shop (who more often than not deserve it) but it's enjoyable to see him get excited about an item that comes in. His face never changes expression but suddenly he moves more quickly and his voice goes above a flat line of emotion. He and Rick get into arguments over whether items were from WWI or WWII, etc. since he was in five wars or something like that. He is a fan of old cars.

Big Hoss and Chumlee are very questionable characters on the show because you keep asking yourself, can anyone be THIS dumb? THIS lazy? THIS out of shape? Just talking gets Big Hoss out of breath. There is probably quite a bit of truth in their interactions, particularly when Big Hoss is actually being responsible, but Chumlee says the most off the wall things to customers. For example, an original script owned by the actor who played Odd Job in "Goldfinger" came in and Chumlee pipes in with, "I love Austin Powers!" and later it shows him in the backroom reading the script and trying to act out the parts like a little kid. They make him test out all questionable guns since he's dumb enough to do it.

The sad thing about the show is how many people are bringing in things to pawn or sell because of "the economic crisis" and/or losing their job. Others have the good fortune of happening to find something in their attic, new storage bin, or were asked to haul something off and find a treasure. It is always disappointing to find out when they were ripped off and something is counterfeit or a treasured family heirloom passed down through generations turns out to have "replica" stamped on it somewhere.

What's great about this show besides the educational aspect is when a customer brings something in hoping to get a few hundred bucks or a new guitar and leaves with several thousand once the expert assesses the value. The Gold and Silver Pawn shop never appears to rip customers off and usually call in experts before talking price and when they don't call in the experts, they sometimes get screwed.

It is fun to check out and best when it sticks to what it does best, focusing on the unique items being brought in instead of the idiocy of the employees and giving them reality tv show subplots.

Bonus Features:

There is additional footage from many of the episodes that appear to be segments played during commercial breaks and are pretty interesting. For example, Big Hoss discusses how to tell if a diamond is real, Rick explains the differences in pocket watches, they talk about the strategy of bargaining, and you get to hear the story of how Big Hoss and Chumlee met (a fist fight).
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Pawning Sept. 23 2010
By Ryan A. - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
That first reviewer must have had a bad experience with a pawn shop. Either he got mad about a deal they offered him on something he thought should have been worth more, or his dad told him some horror stories about pawn shops.

What's great about this show is all the items people try to sell. You usually get a brief history lesson on the items brought into the shop. It's especially great when there's a rare item involved. Once, sometimes twice an episode, a specialist is brought in to take a look at an item to check out authentic qualities or otherwise.

It's also cool to see the negotiations take place, and to see the look on the customer's face when he's looking for a lot of money and not getting it.

Now since this is a reality show, the other factor of the show is "the characters" - The Harrison family who own the pawn shop over in Las Vegas. There's Rick, his father referred to as The Old Man, and Rick's son Cory - Big Hoss. And of course, there's Chumlee. Chumlee, or Chum for short, is a friend of Cory's who worked there since he was 21 - and has become a trademark on the show. Chumlee is kinda dumb, and pretty damn goofy. If you ask a person about the show - usually they'll mention Chumlee.

Damn good show
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Supreme Sept. 21 2010
By Rod McCain - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
The other rewiewer is out of his mind. This show is great and shows how to negotiate in a fair way. This dvd comes with 32 episodes.
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
You want how much for that? Oct. 16 2010
By C. Wagner - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
I enjoyed season one so much that I purchased season two. What is realllly great is there are noooo commercials. I purchased the DVDs for the entertainment value, not education. The value of any one item can go up or down any day faster than the stock market. The interaction between the Harrisons is entertaining, although I wish they would cut Chumlee a bit more slack. (Doncha just love the old man's hat?) Actually, the folks who rehabilitate items that look as if they had been dredged from the landfill are more interesting than the customers. Their work is frequently amazing. The experts are an important show component. The constant turnover required to meet overhead must be gruelling. If any education is involved in the show it is that, if something is valuable there is a large chance it is a fake. Lots of viewing fun for a rainy afternoon.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Still Entertaining April 10 2013
By Will - Published on Amazon.com
Pawn Stars is an easy format to follow, but in Season 2 it's beginning to get a little old. Many interesting items with amusing history come into the Pawn Shop, but every week is beginning to flow together with the same one-liners and script format.


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