A first-edition Mark Twain novel shows up in the shop, along with a 1953 Peter Pan animation. Plus, Rick tries to teach a college student his tricks of the trade.
Artwork from a famous graffiti artist enters the shop; Chumlee takes on negotiations for a Civil War utility tool; Rick takes his daughter car shopping.
Rick deals for a cigar box which used to belong to JFK; a Civil War-era photograph's authenticity is in question; Rick surprises the staff with a trip.
A painting from Salvador Dali's Divine Comedy series makes it way into the shop; Rick deals for a note signed by Edmund Hillary; the guys debate gift-giving.
Rick and Corey check out a `Dukes of Hazzard' toy collection; a pocket watch engraved with Henry Ford II's signature; Chumlee does stand-up comedy.
The team attempts to prove if a tunnel exists behind a unique formation of rocks they believe is a secret backdoor entrance into the mountain.
Finalists pay homage to Hollywood by crafting Hattori Hanzo's 1,000-layer katana from Quentin Tarantino's film `Kill Bill'.