Jason: I feel big everywhere.
feel huge, gigantic.
The old saying "thebull in the china shop"
might come true today.
JASON AND BRYAN NOTICE VERY QUICKLY THAT ANTIQUE DEPOT
CARRIES A LOT OF HIGH-END ITEMS AND EXPENSIVE STUFF.
ONE WRONG MOVE CAN MEAN...
"You break it; you buy it".
I'm getting out of here.
It's too ...
Too many things I can break.
Things in this store are alittle on the high-priced side.
It's not worth 38 bucks though.
I've been shopping herefor a few years and I see
some of the same thingsthat have been here
for those few years.
You would think people wouldwant to move them at some point.
Sometimes you gotta let go.
These prices are crazy.
If Bryan were a Muppet,he'd be that big one.
I don't know his name buthe just kinda lumbers
into the scene and breakssome (bleep) and then leaves.
We can play this.Yeah.
I'll be Kermit;you be Miss Piggy.
I'm gonna buy it.
Jason: Ten bucks is a good deal.Yeah.
Everything else is crazy.
In the glass case section
where they keep all thegood collectibles,
I see a lotof vintage Vegas stuff.
I like this HotelFreemont ashtray.
It's a differentshape than the rest.
25 bucks, I think Icould turn a profit.
If I buy multiple items andbring them together as one unit,
hopefully I'll get adeal on that price.
I'm interested ina couple of things
but I definitely want to see
that Hotel Freemontashtray, please.
How much are these;the envelopes?
I like this, uh,Sahara glass too.
If I get five items...
can we cut a little deal?
So it's 45.
45 dollars is notthe best price.
How does 38 sound?
Let me ask my, uh,negotiating partner.
Does that soundlike a good plan?
I don't know how much goodI can do here, but I'll try.
You could do it for 35.
He's boughtstuff here before.
He's a regular.
Come on! 38!
It's good to have Bryan there.
He's the master of the haggle.
37, make him feel happy.
Only for you.
All right, thank you.
A dollar haggledis a dollar earned.