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In , cameras captured Chumlee in a brawl with an unidentified man who approached him and a group of friends while they were hanging out on Hollywood Boulevard. He later insisted he was fighting in self-defense , and that the man was a stranger who asked for a ride and then threatened the group with a gun. It's unclear what happened to the man who was beaten and badly bleeding when Chumlee and his friends fled the scene, but it's probably a good guess that he didn't get an invite to the "Chum Chum Room. And when asked in multiple interviews about the oddest items anyone has ever brought into his shop to sell, Harrison usually answers, "Japanese porn.
It's on a scroll down to every bodily fluid. Everything's really exaggerated. It's sort of creepy and then after I bought it, I realized my mother comes into the pawn shop so I couldn't display it out there," Harrison told Heavy. A guy also once walked into the shop looking to sell a bunch of human skulls.
In all honesty, though, if a couple of skulls and some porn are the strangest things to come through the doors of his Vegas pawn show, it sounds like Harrison kind of got off easy. Granted, this doesn't mean that the items are plants from producers. In fact, longtime shop manager Travis Benton told the Las Vegas Review-Journal that his brokers "spot unique items and show them to producers who decide if they are worthy of broadcasting. Another shop employee, Rocco Landi, said, "Once an item is deemed 'possible TV material,' its seller is coached on how to act while on camera.
Some people have a great item to sell, but they appear nervous on film. It can take several tries to get it right, depending on the person.
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Executive producer Brent Montgomery even admitted that the staging goes a little bit further than that. In an interview with Odyssey , Montgomery said that they have "really smart scripters to feed the characters organic information," and that he's coached the guys on buying stuff they wouldn't otherwise go for if they weren't doing the show. He also said the production team pre-negotiates pricing with the potential sellers off-camera "to make sure that these people will actually sell the stuff at a reasonable price, otherwise they're just trying to be on TV.
But they do actually shoot the show in the store, only privately and with customers who sign releases and agree to be extras. This sometimes causes issues for Benton and the other sellers on the floor, but more on that in a minute. According to Starcasm , part of the reason the Pawn Stars crew isn't readily available to the public is due to "Nevada's privacy laws," specifically in regards to the fact that shop patrons would constantly be trying to take photos and videos of the reality stars which could "violate the privacy of others in the shop by accidentally taking a shot of them.
This can sometimes mean a real interruption of business, according to shop manager Travis Benton, who told the Las Vegas Review-Journal that "sales can suffer because of the show. The rest are just there as fans of the show. But before you start thinking that GS Pawn is in danger of going out of business, keep in mind that the store draws 4, to 5, visitors a day. Well, Harrison backed that up big time in that Las Vegas Now interview, claiming his shop "competes with the 'Welcome to Las Vegas' sign for the number one non-gaming tourist attraction in Las Vegas," as well as gets "more visitors than the Hoover Dam.
And it seems to be true. A reviewer for Traveller notes that lines routinely extend down the sidewalk, and can sometimes take "two-to-three hours to get through. So, it fittingly is a roll of the dice whether a super fan's long wait will pay off with an autograph, but hey, isn't that what Vegas is all about? Calling himself a "media whore," Rick Harrison says he always knew TV exposure was good for business.
According to The New York Times , the original concept for Pawn Stars started on HBO, but after a disastrous pilot and the expiration of his contract, Harrison turned to Leftfield Productions, the company that still produces the show today. Despite his legal troubles, Chumlee is far and away the fan favorite of Pawn Stars. Even Harrison, who is featured most prominently on the show, knows this, as he once told The Star-Telegram that tourists often opt for the Chumlee merchandise, like the "Chumlee for President T-shirt.
But Chumlee wasn't always part of the plan. He told Las Vegas Now that the show was originally just a family gig until they started looking for a fourth cast member. We have good camaraderie, and I'm just going to be funny and joke with them like we would normally do, and not get nervous in front of the cameras, and it kind of worked out," he said. And by "kind of worked out" he means he became a multi-millionaire. Meanwhile, does anyone even want to guess how bad those other nine employees hate Chumlee?
After Harrison wed legal worker Deanna Burditt in , tabloids reported that the lovebirds were embroiled in a legal battle involving Burditt's ex-husband, Richard Burditt, who was free on bail while awaiting trial for a variety of sex-related charges. February 1, March 1, That statement is no longer on that page as of March 2, , and the interstitial trivia quiz seen at the end of the last commercial break of the episode "Off the Wagon" states that Corey makes the most purchases. Corey's purchase rate has not been explicitly indicated, but the interstitial that precedes the last Act of "Flight of the Chum" states that Rick purchases approximately 50 items a week.
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Butch Harmon appears in the eighth season episode "Tee'd Off". TV by the Numbers. They're the experts at wheeling and dealing, with a keen eye for authentic goods. With unforgettable characters and fascinating items, Pawn Stars presents an addictively entertaining television innovation. I like reality shows about interesting people going about their daily routine especially when it too is interesting.
This show revolves around a pawn shop in Las Vegas and there are apparently a lot of strange things that happen there so there are going to be some interesting things for people to want to sell. So we get to see during each episode some interesting stuff people bring in, some rare stuff, and some just plain strange things. You also get to see people haggle over price, people getting mad when they are told their stuff is not worth all that much money, and people get really happy as they find their stuff is worth a fortune. The show centers around a dad, his father and the son. It also has a guy called Chumlee who I just can not believe he is as stupid as he appears to be.
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All the guys are interesting, it is fun to watch when one of them buys something not worth anything and then the others pounce. The show is humorous to go along with seeing all the interesting things people bring in. Things that people have sold on the show include very rare coins, hot air balloons, numerous cars and a whole bunch of other stuff. Things they have not bought include a car that was obvious crap that the guy who was trying to sell it got ticked off when Rick the dad backed off after a person with mechanical experience looked at it.
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