Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that this reality series about the inner workings of a family-run Las Vegas pawn shop provides an interesting look at capitalism at its most basic level. The father, son, and grandfather who run the store are very sharp and drive a hard bargain. The tempestuous trio are clearly close, but they also bicker frequently (and loudly), usually over business issues. Expect plenty of bleeped swearing. The shop buys and sells a wide variety of valuable goods and frequently mentions high-end brand names.
Frequent heated arguments, but nothing physical.
Plenty of swearing (including words like "f--k"), but the strongest words are bleeped.
Although the shop owners aren't necessarily looking to rip off their clients, they're very sharp and might make lowball offers when buying products from people who don't know the things' value. At the same time, they often comment on whether or not they've gotten the short end of a deal. Both buyer and seller beware.
As part of doing business, the pawn shop handles many high-end products with well-known brand names, ranging from antique Colt revolvers to Salvador Dali paintings and Chris-Craft motorboats.
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