||High Noon in the High Desert
||It’s a showdown in the high desert as the buyers crack open a trove of abandoned storage lockers. Barry Weiss unearths the personal possessions of rap magnate Suge Knight. Jarrod Schulz and Dave Hester throw down their bankrolls in hopes of scoring a classic organ. And Darrell Sheets reveals a historic, one hundred and fifty thousand-dollar find. Classic items, wily personalities–let the storage wars begin!
||Melee in the Maze
||The buyers venture to the labyrinth-like Self Storage Center in Cerritos. Jarrod and Dave set their sights on a locker filled with handcrafted bamboo fishing rods. Brandi tries a little feminine wit to outsmart her macho competitors. And the financial future of Darrell’s granddaughter, Zoe, hangs in the balance. From solid silver to a locked safe, the buyers duke it out in the hunt for hidden treasure.
||Chaos ensues throughout the storage units of Westminister. A secret weapon is brought out by Barry Weiss to dwarf the competition. Two bitter rivals, Dave Hester and Darrell Sheets, go toe-to-toe for a locker with a twenty thousand dollar payout. After Jarrod buys a suspect unit, a lover’s quarrel breaks out between he and Brandi. But after inspection, the bickering pair find something even Brandi didn’t expect. It’s Russian Roulette in a facility wrought with both trash and treasure.
||War on the Shore
||In Huntington Beach the buyers are picking up anything but good vibrations. Dave Hester leaves Darrell Sheets hanging out to dry with a pump fake approach. But Darrell’s wrath costs Dave dearly in return. Barry Weiss finds a twelve inch piano, but there’s a chance this small wonder could be more than just a child’s toy. And a rip tide of cash is spent on the highest winning unit of the season.
||Follow four professional buyers and their teams as they scour repossessed storage units in search of hidden treasure. Part gamblers, part detectives, these auction pros have found everything from coffins to the world’s most valuable comic book collection, paying as little as ten dollars for items valued in the millions.