Cajun Pawn Stars: Season 4 (2012 - 2013)
- Season 4 Episode 7: Oh Say Can You Pawn?
The guys go on a road trip, and are offered the chance to buy a 1920s Chevrolet and a note signed by Francis Scott Key, writer of the US national anthem
- Season 4 Episode 6: The King and His Crown
The team gets an opportunity to buy Elvis' tooth; Johnnie inspects a vintage Batman marionette; Jimmie sets his eyes on a 1966 Cadillac Fleetwood limousine.
- Season 4 Episode 5: Yankee Magic
Get star struck with the Cajun Pawn Stars when country singer Tracy Lawrence stops by the shop looking to sell his 1920s Martin guitar and a colourful 1960s suit that belonged to singer-songwriter Hank Snow.
- Season 4 Episode 4: Dog Duty
A 1950s Space Commander ride toy is brought into the shop; Senator Huey Long's famous chair; Jimmie puts his staff to the test when he challenges them to get to work on time.
- Season 4 Episode 3: Where's the Fire?
The items include a beautifully restored 1929 Ford fire engine, a vintage Easy-Bake oven toy from the early 1970s and 170 rooms of hotel furniture when Jimmie visits the famous Bentley hotel.
- Season 4 Episode 2: Jimmie's Increasingly Bad Day
The Cajun Pawn Stars check out an antique 1930s horse race gambling machine and Jimmie fiddles with the idea of buying a rare Martin Guitar, even though his music expert is out of town.
- Season 4 Episode 1: Really Gotta Go Kart
Johnnie encounters a high-end government document that contains handwritten notes from former President Dwight Eisenhower. Plus, shop regular Gerard stops by to sell a classic Ernst Roth bass fiddle.
Cajun Pawn Stars: Season 3 (2012)
- Season 3 Episode 20: Horseplay
Jimmie haggles over the price of a rare antique weapon - a sword with a built-in pistol. The guys are also offered an unusual toy horse and bullets from the American Civil War
- Season 3 Episode 19: Mumbo Gumbo
The guys encounter the infamous cannon used in the Colfax Massacre of 1873; Gerard pops in to pawn an old family gumbo recipe; Tammie has to step in when Jimmie is awestruck by a handmade Native American bison jacket.
- Season 3 Episode 18: Paintball Cajun Style
A rare 1932 World Series program that features Babe Ruth's infamous called shot; Chester stops by with what he believes is a 1903 Remington rifle; a personal check signed by screen legend Judy Garland.
- Season 3 Episode 17: Ice Chip Off the Old Block
A lock of hair that supposedly belonged to Bigfoot is brought into the shop. Jimmie gets excited over a commemorative gun that belonged to WWI hero Alvin York.
- Season 3 Episode 16: Jimmie's Last Stand
A customer brings in a rare Lone Ranger collection, shop regular Gerard tries to get a deal on an antique washing machine and Jimmie and Tammie bargain for a bronze bust of General George Custer.
- Season 3 Episode 15: Pair of Jokers
Can the Cajun Pawn Stars try to make a deal on a priceless timepiece once owned by Elvis Presley? A famous Cajun boat sails into Johnnie's sights and shop regular Joker brings in a furry friend.
- Season 3 Episode 14: A Whole Lotta Jerry Lee Going On
The Cajun Pawn Stars meet a woman who was at the centre of the 1950s Jerry Lee Lewis child bride scandal, Jimmie and Johnnie check out a 1930s Rail Bus, and Tammie looks at a camel named Chewy.
- Season 3 Episode 13: Jimmie at the Bat
A signed Jackie Robinson baseball is brought into the shop and the Cajun Pawn Stars get a lesson in farming when they check out an antique corn grading machine.
- Season 3 Episode 12: Little Bender
Shop regular Chester tries to sell the Cajun Pawn Stars a motorised Coca Cola mini car, but will he succeed? Jimmie faces seeing one of his favourite movie props from Dances with Wolves fly out of his hands.
- Season 3 Episode 11: Pawn 'n Chain
Jimmie and Tammie check out a 1960s voting machine; a customer comes in to sell his 1970s Mego super hero action figures; Jimmie tries to lock down a price on an old Mississippi prison ball and chain.
- Season 3 Episode 10: Shaken and Stirred
The guys test-drive a rare James Bond-type Aston Martin; Johnnie tries to secure the rights to a land grant signed by President James Madison; local musician Wade Benson Landry swings by the shop to sell one of his famous rhinestone stage suits.
- Season 3 Episode 9: Shotgun Bowling
There's some fun when the guys put a new twist on going bowling. Later, they spend a day at the range with a shotgun and Jimmie tries to purchase some famous locks off a local hairdresser.
- Season 3 Episode 8: Silver Dollar Spook-tacular
Jimmie challenges his staff to a scary Halloween costume contest with a day off as first prize. The Cajun Pawn Stars are offered a 1967 Cadillac Fleetwood hearse and a Sleepy Hollow movie collectible with a Johnny Depp autograph.
- Season 3 Episode 7: Gone With the Pawn
The guys consider buying a massive 40-foot barbecue pit on wheels, a seller brings in a miniature horse, a customer looks to buy a prop gun from the movie 'Gone with the Wind.'
- Season 3 Episode 6: Seat of Horns
An old hunting rifle believed to have belonged to George Washington; an old friend of Jimmie's wants to sell his 12-foot Indian-style totem pole; Gerard shows up with a chair made out of cattle horns.
- Season 3 Episode 5: All Jazzed Up
The Cajun Pawn Stars have the chance to buy a drummer's pad signed by the legendary Louis Armstrong. Later, Jimmie is offered three unopened Prohibition-era bottles of whiskey.
- Season 3 Episode 4: Batter Up
A signed Ted Williams baseball bat; a mourning armband worn during Abraham Lincoln's funeral; a 24-karat, gold-plated M16 gun commemorating the capture of Saddam Hussein is brought into the shop.
- Season 3 Episode 3: 4-Wheelin' Deals
The Louisiana team enters tough negotiations over a series of letters signed by one-time US president Richard Nixon. Meanwhile, Tammie and Johnnie examine a customised all-terrain vehicle
- Season 3 Episode 2: Going Medieval
The team battles for a rare medieval Saxon helmet; one of the very first X-Men comic books is brought into the shop; Chester hopes to hunt down some cash for his crossbow.
- Season 3 Episode 1: This Little Piggy
The guys check out original handwritten lyrics to 'My Country Tis of Thee'; Jimmie is tempted to buy a vintage coin-operated kiddie pig ride; Johnnie and Tammie check out a Bulgarian version of Russia's popular AK rifle.
Cajun Pawn Stars: Season 2 (2012)
- Season 2 Episode 17: Mail to the Chief
A letter penned by a college-aged Bill Clinton; Jimmie and Tammie check out a ferris wheel and other amusement park rides; an 1895 Colt Navy revolver with an extremely rare and valuable defect.
- Season 2 Episode 16: All Shook Up
All Shook Up: Jimmie and Tammie cast their eyes over a scarf worn by Elvis during one of his concerts before checking out an original 1950s US Army jeep.
- Season 2 Episode 15: Knocked Up
Joker comes into the shop with an African fertility chair; Jimmie and Johnnie check out a pair of WWI Army knives; Johnnie and Tammie hope to jam with a seller's 1971 Fender Precision Bass guitar.
- Season 2 Episode 14: Bird Brains
Johnnie and Yankee check out a muster of peacocks; a rare German WWI Luger pistol comes up for sale; a rare vintage Monarch accordion is brought into the shop.
- Season 2 Episode 13: Springing Forward
The guys inspect a pristine 1866 Springfield Trapdoor rifle; a man brings in a rare Native American artifact; a very young picker tries to make a deal on a Civil War U.S. Cavalry horse bit.
- Season 2 Episode 12: Cash Kart
The team checks out an ultra fast racing go-kart; Johnnie and Walt look at an enormous stuffed lion; a man stops by to sell his rare double-barreled knife pistol.
- Season 2 Episode 11: Gone Fishin'
A seller brings in a rare 1915 Gibson dual-harp guitar; Johnnie and Fred check out a crawfish business; Jimmie has the opportunity to buy a disposable handgun dropped behind enemy lines during World War II.
- Season 2 Episode 10: Double-Edged Pawn
A pair of Union Civil War swords; Johnnie and Walt kick the tires of a classic 1931 Ford Model A Cabriolet; an iconic Blue Dog print from one of Jimmy's favorite artists.
- Season 2 Episode 9: High Caliber
The guys look at a powerful WWII 50-caliber gun; a customer brings in photos from Apollo 13's legendary splashdown and rescue in the Pacific Ocean; an 1880s railroad lockbox.
- Season 2 Episode 8: Fire Sale
The guys race to check out a 1975 Mac Fire Truck. They also come across a piece of sabotaged railway track from the Civil War and a classic 1950s popcorn machine.
- Season 2 Episode 7: Trigger Finger
The guys check out a rare 1921 Tommy gun; Jimmie and Tammie meet a guy looking to sell a land grant signed by President Andrew Jackson; Joker believes he's struck it rich with a scarce pristine 1929 gold coin.
- Season 2 Episode 6: Cash Cows
The guys checks out a classic 1990 Ferrari 348; the guys visit customer regular Gerald's dairy farm for a business opportunity; a man brings in a rare late 1800s French gun that combines brass knuckles, a knife blade and a revolver all in one.
- Season 2 Episode 5: Under the Gun
The guys set their sights on a rare World War I military periscope rifle; Bayou Bob hopes to sell his massive engine from the 1890s; Johnnie is shocked to learn a 1950s military field phone also doubled as an electric torture device.
- Season 2 Episode 4: Little House on the Bayou
The guys jump on board a houseboat on the bayou; Johnnie and Yankee check out a '66 Ford Mustang; a rare Civil War document is brought into the shop.
- Season 2 Episode 3: Buy George!
The crew encounters a 1790s pocket watch from George Washington; the guys look to climb aboard a humongous Mardi Gras float; Johnnie and Yankee check out an antique bateau.
- Season 2 Episode 2: Some Pig
Shoe Shine Mike rolls in with his champion show pig; Jimmie and Tammie check out an early 1900s hydraulic dentist chair; Joker saunters in with a walking stick he believes belonged to Native American legend Geronimo.
- Season 2 Episode 1: Gimme Some Skin
The guys check out a pristine 1918 Browning automatic rifle; a Porsche 917 racecar is brought to the shop; an eleven-foot anaconda skin is brought in.
Cajun Pawn Stars: Season 1 (2012)
- Season 1 Episode 8: Speed Demons
The guys have the opportunity to buy a rare World War II biplane, a strand of Abraham Lincoln's hair comes into the shop and a familiar customer hopes to sell his super speedy Mako fishing boat.
- Season 1 Episode 7: Joker's Wild
A 1700's pristine flintlock gun brought to Louisiana by pirates; Jimmie travels through country music history as he checks out an old Greyhound bus that may have belonged to Barbara Mandrell; Joker tries to sell his motorized wheelchair.
- Season 1 Episode 6: Trick or Trade
The team looks to buy a classic Louisiana airboat, the shop checks out two Civil War diaries and Jimmie gets a hankering to own a 1972 Chevelle.
- Season 1 Episode 5: Joker's Big Score
The gang looks to get into the beekeeping business, the guys have the opportunity to buy a rare military grade sniper rifle and a customer lugs in a steel hatch he believes is from a World War II submarine.
- Season 1 Episode 4: Money Bzzzness
The gang looks to get into the beekeeping business; the guys have the opportunity to buy a rare military grade sniper rifle; a customer lugs in a steel hatch he believes is from a World War II submarine.
- Season 1 Episode 3: Shoeshine Mike
A classic 'Dukes of Hazzard' General Lee Charger screeches by the shop; the guys look to polish themselves up a deal on a giant 1920s shoeshine stand; Jimmie and Johnnie dissect whether a surgeon's field medical kit was used during the Civil War.
- Season 1 Episode 2: Sweet and Sour
The gang checks out a rare long-lost first album by Jerry Lee Lewis; a local deputy sheriff tries to sell his Civil War-era Colt Dragoon revolver; Jimmie and Tammie look to befriend in a mischievous pygmy goat for sale.
- Season 1 Episode 1: Donkeys and Dollars
A customer comes into the shop wanting to pawn his herd of donkeys, Jimmie discovers a Bonnie and Clyde model ford from the 1930s, and they receive rare pairs of 5 and 10 thousand dollar bills.