In the eighth-season opener, Les worries about Seth's loyalty and suspects he's dealing with a competitor; a skeleton rock band frightens Ashley; and Les makes an offer on an old Dick Tracy radio watch.
A huge fishing lure entices Les and Ashley, but Seth has doubts about whether it will sell; Byron is pushed beyond his limits; and Les clashes with a hot-tempered customer
When Ashley smells weed in the warehouse, the hunt is on to find out who is getting high at work. Will Les’s big cash reward bring out the snitches? Or will Seth’s plan to drug test their employees reveal the culprit? Plus, Les takes a ride on a sweet custom three wheeled motorbike, and a potential Picasso comes through the door at American Jewelry and Loan.
Les considers completing a business transaction that would allow him to acquire large amounts of new merchandise; Seth tests out a bar stool racer; Bobby J encounters a bucking bull; Les comes across a Liberace enthusiast.
When Ashley snags a deal away from Les right under his nose, the family decides to hold a father daughter sales competition, with Seth as the judge. Can Ashley hustle hard enough to beat her father, the master? Or will Les sound the alarm on a huge last minute deal for the win? Plus, Bobby J goes for a dangerous ride he won't soon forget, and Seth calls in a favor from an old friend when some creepy Friday the 13th merchandise comes through the door.
Ashley puts something from Seth's personal collection for sale online, and the item goes missing; Les helps a customer negotiate a deal on a Gothic hope chest.
Ashley's rash instruction leads to the destruction of an important shipment; Seth takes a ride in a hovercraft; Les does business with Muhammad Ali Jr.
Seth is interested in a valuable guitar; a customer tries to buy a watch with a questionable coin; Les makes a deal.
When Seth has just five minutes to bid on a valuable sports card auction, he takes a shot - without telling his Dad. But when the big boss finds out he spent thousands without a word, Les throws down the gauntlet - sell everything in a week, or pay out of pocket. Will Seth be able to make the sale? Or will he lose his shirt? Plus, Ashley tries to make a deal with a dancer on a Chinese Dragon, and Les challenges some college boys to go shot for shot with potent Snake Wine.
Seth rushes to make a deadline set by his dad; an Oldsmobile Starfire convertible piques Les' interest; a woman selling a fur disagrees with Ashley about what type of fur it is.
The Golds try to operate without security guards, which Ashley thinks is a bad idea. Also: A Cadillac gives off an unpleasant odor; and a pair of binoculars are linked to history.
Les makes a major deal with a new supplier for a truckload of TVs, but with the store already bursting at the seams, Seth and Ashley don't want the goods. When Ashley goes behind her Dad's back to "fix" things, Les flips out - but he may just have something new up his sleeve that will change Ashley's role at American Jewelry forever. Plus, Les gets giddy over rare Detroit Tigers memorabilia, and a pint sized classic car.
Les' TV deal is revoked by Ashley and he retaliates by offering stainless steel jewelry at the store.