Storage Wars: Texas
Popular OLN hit STORAGE WARS, heads to the Lone Star state to follow teams of bidders on their quest for auction gold.
New Texas-based characters include self-employed Lesa Lewis who is searching for items to sell at her brand new thrift store. Her pockets may not be deep, but she is a doggedly determined bidder when she sees a unit she wants. No job is too big for her right-hand man Jerry Simpson, who is always there to lend a hand and share a few laughs. Seasoned bidder Ricky Smith has been in the business since the age of 14, and says he is here to stay. He has spent the past 20 years teaching his nephew Bubba, who attends the auctions with him, the tricks of the trade. New York native Victor Rjesnjansky relocated to Texas, where he bids on storage auctions to fill the shelves of his store. The “fabulous” Moe Prigoff has been collecting modern furniture and antiques for over 30 years and is always on the lookout for new items to sell in his exclusive antique gallery. Rallying the crowd of high bidders is fast-talking auctioneer Walt Cade, who will do whatever it takes to move the units - and land one storage hunter a shot at hidden treasure.
Episode: Snake Rattle and Roll
The buyers head to Arlington on the lookout for memorabilia and collectibles. Ricky and Bubba attempt to trick the competition by living up to their original country roots. Lesa finds a snakeskin ensemble and wonders if it is worth anything, and Victor risks it all on a scooter that could have a monstrous payoff.
Episode: Remember the Almo
The wars head to Irving, Texas where Lesa Lewis and Moe Prigoff target the same mystical item. Victor Rjesnjansky wins a locker that could be worth a lot more than anyone thinks it could be, and Ricky and Bubba target a locker full of sci-fi memorabilia, but if the items are too new, they might be on the losing end of the gamble.
Episode: If I Were a Tibettin' Man
The buyers venture to a Ft. Worth facility with the potential for low costs and huge finds. Ricky and Bubba find football autographs, which may or may not prove authentic. Lesa Lewis buys a unit to prove she's no bottom feeder. And Victor Rjesnjansky goes head to head with hell on wheels. When a locker filled with high-end furniture goes up for sale, the race is on for a potential 100 thousand dollar score.
Episode: Dallas Cowboys and Indians
The buyers head to Ft. Worth, Texas in search of western collectables and old heirlooms. Ricky and Bubba bring a legendary cowboy for some celebrity help. Victor Rjesnjansky tries to make peace with the locals. And Lesa Lewis finds the ultimate weapon to squash her New York adversary. Though a civil war relic is found, the real question remains: how much is it Ft. Worth?
Episode: Fandom of the Opera
In the refined country town of Tyler, Texas--the hunt begins for rare art and designer furniture. A tantrum from Lesa Lewis forces Jerry to carry the weight of the team. Bubba Smith's claustrophobia jeopardizes the Rangers' chance of scoring. And Roy Williams unearths a six flag brochure from the 1970s. With Victor Rjesnjansky at a home court advantage, the rest of the storage warriors will have to put their personal strife aside to keep the Outsider from sweeping.
Episode: Who Bought JFK?
The buyers head to a high-end facility in Lake Highlands, Texas. Lesa Lewis battles for a locker with a dark item, Victor Rjesnjansky hunts for the key to a padlocked treasure chest, and one buyer stumbles across a real piece of American History. With conspiracies and collaborations afoot, the question on everyone's mind--who bought JFK?