When an $80,000 ring goes missing, Randy and Wayne launch a storewide search and a game of blame. Whoever finds the ring could save the day, but if they come up empty it could cost the brothers their business. Then, an angry customer goes over Elyse's head when she doesn't get what she wants. And later, when a man brings in signed astronaut photos, Hymie launches a mission to determine their authenticity.
Randy and Wayne's sibling rivalry kicks into high gear when they challenge each other to a sales competition. Who will prove to be the �King of Royal Pawn,' and who will suffer utter humiliation? Then one customer serenades Nate, while another threatens violence.
Brothers Randy and Wayne compete in a sales challenge to see who will be crowned King of Royal Pawn. Later, Nate is serenaded by a customer, while another appears on the verge of violence.
With Wayne and Randy away on a road trip, Nate and Elyse jump at the chance to prove they can run the shop by themselves.
Randy and Wayne challenge each other to a sales competition; and a customer serenades Nate, while another threatens him.
The workers believe the shop may be cursed.
An unusual item could lead to a killer payday; and soft-touch Wayne falls for a woman's sob story, which leads to a fraternal fracas. Meanwhile, a perturbed ex-con poses a threat to the shop.
Part 1 of 2. Randy thinks Wayne should be locked up after he buys an old safe, so they hire a safecracker to break into it. Meanwhile, an irate customer who wants his jewelry back confronts Elyse; and the brothers square off over a rare, custom-made muscle car.
Conclusion. Wayne runs into problems opening the old safe, while the brothers are suspicious of a couple who show up with a cache of expensive handbags. Later, Randy helps a customer get back his towed car before the guy's wife finds out he stayed out all night.
Wayne's pleased with a stereo-system deal, but Randy has doubts about it; a detective injuries about some stolen goods; a customer loses his pawn ticket; Charles Mason memorabilia is brought in.
A customer tries to sell Royal a bag of diamonds; Wayne thinks they may be connected to the legendary 'Marlborough Diamond' heist pulled off by the Chicago mob.
A Russian tycoon wants to partner with the brothers, bringing them the biggest deal of their lives.
Randy and Wayne hang out at a flea market, where they encounter a painting that may be valuable.