The Golds have the opportunity of a lifetime when they stumble upon pieces of art that could be worth millions. But will they strike it rich or will they be left holding the bag? Seth gambles on a piece of Detroit history, and Ashley's patience is put to the test when dealing with a customer and his memories of his long lost cow.
Les hands out his biggest loan ever on a luxurious Rolls Royce, leaving Seth and Ashley concerned that the failed art deal may have messed with their dad's head! Will this latest gamble pay off or will another shady transaction leave Les' ego in tatters? Karen gets an impromptu lesson in martial arts, but can she strike a deal with her sensei? Plus, size really does matter when it comes to monster trucks.
Ashley uses her haggling skills on a mannequin wearing bondage gear.
The Golds get ready to make a new commercial for the store.
Karen is able to get Les to agree to allow her bring in a feng shui expert in to try and boost sales and bring some positive energy.
Seth takes a custom go-kart for a spin; Ashley and Les hit the road to get first dibs on a huge estate sale; Karen wants to get her hands on a piece of '70s movie memorabilia.
Les gets invited to give a lecture at a local business school; Ashley and Bobby J go to war over a collection of Nerf guns; a wannabe ventriloquist brings in a dummy that bears a striking resemblance to one of the Golds.
A couple of employees get into a fight on the shop floor which makes Les start to question Ashley's management skills.
When Ashley interferes with one of Karen's sales on the shop floor, a family feud breaks out. Les urges them to work together, but when Ashley's half-hearted efforts to mentor Karen almost result in a big loss for the store, Les has had enough. Plus, Seth gets quite the show when a rock metal group shopping for a guitar breaks out into an impromptu jam session.
A customer's dunk tank sees Karen coming up with a big idea for the shop.
Les receives an ultimatum that could change the history of American Jewelry and Loan.