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‘Pawn Stars’ Teases Two Brand New Episodes With Perfect Rick Harrison ‘Fist Bumps’ Clip

by Joe Rutland
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Are you Outsiders ready for some new “Pawn Stars” episodes? Well, Rick Harrison offers a tease about them in a social media post.

Harrison, who has been a part of “Pawn Stars” since it debuted on The History Channel in 2009, has this clip up on the show’s Instagram account on Thursday. Take a look and get ready for some more haggling to go down at the Las Vegas, Nev., area pawnshop.

“Fist bumps for the return of #PawnStars” reads part of the caption along with the clip. “Get your gang together for two all-new episodes airing this Saturday at 9/8c only on The @HISTORY Channel!”

So, get ready to enjoy some trading and possible bickering on Saturday, Aug. 14, at 9 p.m. Eastern, 8 p.m. Central.

‘Pawn Stars’ Gets Filmed At Harrison’s Pawn Shop in Las Vegas

“Pawn Stars” is filmed, in case you didn’t know, at the World Famous Gold & Silver Pawn Shop. The Harrisons own and run the place, which is open 24 hours a day. At one time, it was the highest-rated show on The History Channel.

With nearly 195,000 followers on its Instagram account, we don’t see the show being canceled anytime soon. The interesting mix of items brought in to pawn off, along with people coming in to make purchases, adds to the show’s intrigue. Plus, there’s always something that is brewing among the Harrison family and their friends.

Hey, Outsiders love drama and there’s always a good amount of that on “Pawn Stars.” Tune in on Saturday night and see it all go down on the show.

Now when it comes to the show’s popularity, Harrison believes he has a little inside scoop on some reasons.

In an interview with Fox News, Harrison shared his theory.

“First off, most reality shows are pretty much scripted,” he said. “Mine is not. And it’s truly different every week.”

Harrison also believes “Pawn Stars” does well because of its educational value.

“You can have a show about motorcycles or cars, but there’s only so much you can do with a motorcycle or a car every week,” he said. “And people want to learn, but they don’t want to feel like they’re sitting around with a professor.”

Outsiders would agree that’s pretty cool. So, how long is Harrison going to be around for the show and shop?

“As long as it’s fun and I still have a blast,” he said. “One of the greatest things about my show is that it continues to be interesting. It continues to surprise me.”