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A Georgian Estate of Mind

The thrifters uncover a piece of local history when they score “Gone With the Wind” tickets in Georgia.

Bryan: What I love about thrift stores

have donations coming in all the time.

Plenty of good merchandise for me to buy.

It's never a question ofif I'll buy something.

It is just how much.

♪♪

OLDER STORES CAN MAKE FOR SOME KILLER THRIFTING,

MONEY HIDING IN BACK CORNERS ON OVERLOOKED ITEMS

THAT HAVE BEEN THERE FOR QUITE A WHILE.

Maybe I'm going tofind that one thing

that somebody should havefound a long time ago.

I like this one.

CNN.

CNN News bear.

WITH CNN BEING SUCH A POPULAR NETWORK,

THE BEAR IS A GOOD BUY.

And plushalways does well.

When you have something veryspecific like a CNN News bear,

it'll do awesome at auction.

I think it says twobucks, I'll take it.

Squish.

♪♪

As I'm working my side, he's working his,

I'm finding a couple OK things

and I keep hearing fromhis side "cool, sweet".

This I like.

Look what I found.

Bryan's finding a ton of shirts and I'm not.

Mine's very thin.

HA. LOOKS LIKE BRYAN'S LAPPING JASON TODAY.

If at first you don'tsucceed, dig deeper.

Hey, I found some goodiesin the jacket section.

I found two Disney Park jackets.

ice!N

And a Green Day sweatshirt

for a specific song, I Walk Alone.

People love to wear things that say

"This is me, I love Green Day;I love this song;"

"I need to wearthis sweatshirt".

Now here's my question: would you spend eleven dollars

In a heartbeat.on an official CNNfield crew jacket?

Jackpot!

Bryan: We're in Atlanta, home of CNN.

That's a nice score.

can put the CNN bear with theI NN jacket and sell it as a lot.C

And in the title, sell itlike the bear is a bonus.

Thanks, Bry. I'm off.

FIRST STOP, THE COBB ANTIQUE MALL.

Full of allkinds of goodies.

Bryan: Good morning.

AS THE GUYS WALK IN, THEY REALIZE VERY QUICKLY

THEY AREN'T IN VEGAS ANYMORE.

LOTS OF AMERICANA. RUSTIC PIECES.

WELCOME TO GEORGIA.

My expectations are really high.

There's a lot of stuff here and the place is really big.

Let's go over this way.

Look at that big lightbulb right there.

got an idea. (ding)I

a ha.H

You never have any ideas.

Shut up, Bryan!

♪ (thumb strumming) ♪

I do know how to play guitar.

Not very well, but Ido know how to play.

♪ Lullaby, and good night, ♪

♪ go find some tiki, my Jason ♪

Well, in this booth, Iactually find something

that I think I can use.

I see a really cool Harley sweatshirt

hanging on a female mannequin. And it's real.

All Harley stuff sells and thebonus on this one is:

made in the USA.

Nice. How much is it?

Eighteen bucks.

I can get usually thirty,thirty-five for the tee-shirt,

so a sweatshirt'sgotta be fifty.

Caution: what you are aboutto see contains scenes

of brief mannequin nudity.

♪♪

Oh!

Uh-oh. What do I do now?

I was a little surprised when Iremoved the Harley shirt

to see boobies.

And the mannequin'sanatomically correct.

I don't know what to do.Get me out of here.

If I get out of here, they'renot gonna know it was me.

Ah.

WHERE TO NOW, BOYS?

Kudzu's, Kudzu's, I don'tknow what it's called,

but it's some sortof antique mall.

Hello.

i there, welcomeH o Kudzu's.t

Thank you.

This is a big place.

AT FIRST GLANCE, THE GUYS LIKE WHAT THEY SEE.

Oh, that is swell. Ah, crud.

Three fifty.

We must be in the Beverly Hills of Georgia,

because this is crazy,these prices.

Bryan: I don't have a good feeling about this place.

Jason: If we don't find anything good,

then it was a waste of my timeand my money to get here.

(clucking)

♪♪

This is a insta-flash camera.

I see this old camera, which doesn't really appeal to me

all that much cause I knowit's not very valuable.

But, look at this film.

It's still sealed in the package.

Holy cow.

One thing I like about old film,if it's never been used,

and it's somethingthat's no longer made,

it can have some value.

I don't think the camera isworth the forty-two dollars.

If you get your money back forthe camera, that's your bonus.

I'll risk it.

(in microphone) Attention all antique store shoppers.

We have a deal on cameraand film in aisle three.

(laugh)

♪♪

Record room.

I see this big, giant record,

that looks like anold store display.

I like this.Oh, yeah.

I would put thison my wall.

And I want it.

But I'm assuming thatNFS means not for sale.

Yeah.

I love digging through record bins

because I'm looking forthat weird, that obscure,

that crazy find.

Holy (bleep)!

And there it is.

Wow.

It's all about the treasure hunt,

e. I'm excited.

I like this army helmet.

ARMY PIECES ALWAYS SCORE.

THERE ARE TONS OF MILITARY COLLECTORS OUT THERE.

or it can be a costumefor Halloween.

Sell it as a packagedeal, you think?

eah, I'd do it thatY ay if I were you.w

All right, cool.

(cackling)

Holy cow.

shuddering laugh)(

What's with all the creepystuff here in Georgia?

Who the heck would paytwenty-five dollars

for this marionettefalling apart?

That's how much these are?

Yes. Sold!

You've got to be(bleep) kidding me.

(laugh)

NothingI would ever buy.

(high voice) Nightmares.

♪♪

THERE SEEMS TO BE A HUGE MEN'S SECTION HERE

WITH A LOT OF COOL STUFF.

It's a good brand or they'refor a specific sports team.

Easy sells.

NFL official.

Bryan: The fun thing about shopping with Jason

s he's always trying stuff on.i

That makes for some goodphoto opportunities.

ou look like aY model in that.

gotta get a picture.I

All right.

(laughs)

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