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Name Your Price

The guys head to Arizona in search of hot desert deals, but things get tense during a heated negotiation.

Jason: The Brass Armadillo is a chain of antique malls

that Bryan and I like to shop at.

nd they're all over the countryA so anytime we're near one,

we stop in.

Good morning.

Bryan: This is a big place.



You like this cookiejar for fifteen?

Yeah. That's nice.

It looks like you.

It's a cookie cop.

Recording: Stop! Move away from the cookie jar.


ine doesn'tM ay anything.s

ine's only $9.99M nd it talks.a

ine's fifteen andM t don't do squat.i

I love finding all the things that I can play with

at antique malls: thingsthat make noise.

Donald Duck voice:


Things that I canmake make noise.

(squeaky horn)

It breaks up the monotonyof just shopping.


This is cool.

Co-branding, love it.

$29.99. I'm gonna get that.

I love the Harley banner that Bryan found.

I would have bought itif I had seen it first.

That I like.

Cool. I like it too.

This satin banner is money.


One of the greatest TV shows of all time is The Munsters.

I'll get Eddie Munster.

It was my favourite as a kid.

That's a strange mug.

It's cool cause when you lookat this side, it's just like,

"Oh, a very debonairkind of guy."

nd then, "Oh,a irl taking a poopg

n the bottom ofi our drink."y

I've never seenanything like it.

o I am very intrigued.s

Maybe theymisspelled poop.

Could be.


If I bought abunch of shirts

would you be willingto cut a deal?

Sure. Sure will.


George Foreman shirt.

Four X-T.

Bryan: That's nice.

That's a long shirt.

Holy cow.


That's crazy.

All right. I got eightshirts and two ties.

OK. Um, twenty-percentoff the total.


OK. That's cool.

Ask him for a little more.

You the man.

I was actually thinkinghe was gonna give me ten

so when it's beyond what I think,

I get excited and just go, "OK."

You should have askedhim for thirty percent.

Maybe he'd havesettled in between.


Thank you, sir.

Jason: Garage sales seem to be the great unknown.

Is somebody cleaning out good stuff or...?

Are you sure this is a garage sale

or are you just putting the trash out?

Hey, guys. How you doing?

Hey. Good. How are ya?

This isn't just one garagesale; this is a whole community,

a group of yard sales.

That means there could be a lot of good stuff there.

Jason: It's like an outdoor antique mall.

I love it.

Oh. A salt and pepper shaker for your fish.

What do you know? She'sgot Hawaiian shirts too.

It's like Hawaiian ShirtDay for me. It's awesome.

Someone get thatman a mai-tai.

Thank you so much.

Thank you.

On to the next house.


Do you like that?

arfield as a mermaidG or Pisces. 1981.f

Oh, yeah.I'd get it.


Air Force.

I like this cookie jar.

t sorta looksI ike you.l

I hate you.

How are ya?

Good. How are you?

Bryan: Overall, I spent $11.50

and I hope to turn itinto about $120.00.

I spent $24.00 and I hope to turn it into $180.00.

Have a good day.

You too.


All of a sudden Bryanlooks young to me.

The average age of this thrift store,

both shoppers and workers, is probably about eighty-two.

It's like a store full ofgrandmas. I just wanna hug 'em.

I wonder how many of theseshirts people died in.

Inappropriate commentbased on the surroundings.

I'm sorry he passed, butI have to make money.

I'm thinking I might get thisDolce & Gabbana; it looks real.

This Dolce & Gabbanatie could be a winner.

I can't imagine they went tothe trouble of faking that.

And I found that for you.

"Over the hill."

Jason finds thisaudio-animatronic cat.

I love this.

I'm not a cat lover but Ido love animatronic pieces.

So people love thisstuff at Christmas.

It's creepy. It's licking its paws

while it's waiting for Santa Claus.

Jason: I know.

How much is it?

It's eight bucks. I love it.

Creepy or not, the animatroniccat might score me fifty bucks.

Are you ready to check out?

eady to ing out. All right. r

I spent $56.00 dollars andhope to turn it into $150.00

And I'm ready here,just these three things.

I spent $7.50 and I'm gonnaturn it into about $60.00.

I just know thatwhen I retire,

I'm gonna just be far,far away from you.

By that time I'llbe tired of you.


This place is awesome.

I'm really impressed.


Ah. Paint by number.

And even better,it's a Lassie dog.

Nice. It's like abig fat Lassie dog.

Paint by numbers are really nostalgic for a lot of people.


And they dopretty well.

So I'll get it. All righty.

Bryan: When you're out shopping for resale,

it's not what you necessarily like;

it's what your buyers like.

And I'm always looking forthings with buyers in mind

and try to have a pulse onwhat they're interested in.


It happens to beover forty years old.

♪ (metallic notes) ♪


It scared me.

Oh, man.

Twelve bucks,I'll get this.

Hey, Bryan?

Bryan: Alice in Wonderland.


Look how vibrant thosecolours are still.

It's dying for me to buy it.

Hm. Hey, look at this.

John Lennon doll.

Hang on.

I'm a big Beatles fan.

I have been since they,uh, first came to the USA.

I'm gonna go get the Alicein Wonderland poster.

All right.

What the (bleep)

I turn around and theAlice in Wonderland poster

that was right behind me is now gone.

Bryan: Where'd it go?

It was right there a second ago.


Where did my Alice inWonderland poster go?

Down the rabbit hole?

Sorry about that,I don't know.

I had to come look at yourdumb Beatles thing, didn't I?

It's not a dumbBeatles thing.

mocking) It's not a( umb Beatles thing.d

I like the Beatles.

Is that it up there?


Excuse me. Is somebodyelse buying this?

I was actuallyabout to buy it.

I'm buyingthis actually.

I just got back from my weekendand I just came in here

when I was opening andfell in love with it.

So did I.

ell, this isW ntiquing, man.a

I'm here to buy things to make money.

I can't let my job go.

Bryan: I don't know what's going to happen.

This could get ugly.