Storage Wars: Texas 4 Seasons 2012

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The storage warriors journey back to Ft. Worth, Texas to a facility known for its deceptively bad looking lockers. Lesa Lewis tries to find value in an old cookie jar. Victor Rjesnjansky becomes a New York Yankee in King Arthur's court. And Moe Prigoff hopes for a high score after missing Walt's auction. Looks can be deceiving, as the worst-looking locker delivers the biggest payout.

Starring:
Bubba Smith, Ricky Smith
Runtime:
22 minutes
Original air date:
January 10, 2012

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Season 1
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Product Details

Genres Reality TV
Starring Bubba Smith, Ricky Smith
Supporting actors Lesa Lewis, Victor Rjesnjansky, Morris Prigoff, Walt Cade, Jerry Simpson
Season year 2012
Network A&E Television Networks
Producers Thom Beers, Jeff Frey, Mark Stelljes
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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Customer Reviews

It is interesting what they fine and the value of it.
nancy
It's fun to watch every week to see what treasures they find.
Ann Hale
The people you pick are so stupid it is hard to watch.
Tim

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on November 17, 2012
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Having been a storage unit buyer for the past 10 years, Storage Wars Texas has little more value than entertainment. Granted you may find a treasure one time out of every 100 units bought, unlike the treasures found in this fairy tale for TV. This kind of show has little to do with reality and has only been propped up by the storage industry to increase sales of the units.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Cathy on November 16, 2012
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I love watching 'Storage Wars Texas' on A&E. There are time when it can really get hilariousily funny!~~~~~~Especially when the other bidders (Moe, Mary, Vic, Ricky, Bubba and Jenny) all try to outbid poor Lesa Lewis on a locker that they know she wants. They never know what they are going to find in the locker. But.....we always know when Ricky finds something good. He'll yell "Hey! Hey! Hey!". When you hear that, you know that it's gonna be good. I didn't realize till I was watching that there is not only Season 1 on these 2 DVD's, but Season 2 as well! That's getting double the fun! I would very highly recommend this to anyone who loves the show!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Garnet on October 23, 2013
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If you liked the original California-based Storage Wars then you might like this Texas version. However, it is extremely similar, down to having the same opening style of credits and the same exact opening music. That might not be so bad, but the "characters," ie the buyers, are pretty much based off the original buyers. So, we have Moe instead of Barry as the "collector" and Lesa instead of Brandi, though not with her husband and business partner, but just with a business partner. While the "bad guy" of the show is Victor in this case, instead of Dave Hester.

One twist is that a Texas football player eventually does join the show. I also appreciated Moe's occasional sidekick, a woman who revamps old furniture (and tires, etc) into more artistic objects that then can be sold for much more in Moe's gallery. I really wanted this winerack/bar that she made out of an old dresser.

You might prefer this show if you prefer the buyers more than the ones in California, but I would have liked it if they had gone a little farther afield and gotten some buyers who were a tad more different. I understand basing a spin-off show off a winning formula, but this seemed a bit much. Certainly, Victor (the only non-Texan in the group, but OMG, a man from New York!) doesn't hold a candle to Dave Hester. While, Lesa is far more annoying than Brandi at her worst. Though it is a bit interesting to see how she is trying to get her retail thrift store business off the ground (if only she'd stop keeping the best for herself, that is).

Otherwise, much the same...and if you enjoy the thrill of discovery when they find cool stuff in the lockers and the information you get from the appraisals of the objects, then you might like Storage Wars-Texas.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By cylegreen on January 9, 2014
I believe a lot of these shows are fake, meaning that the situations are scripted and the valuable items are strategically placed. Whatever. Even if this show is like that (and, I'm not sure if it is or not), I watch these shows to learn about antiques and collectibles. This show has that! They buy some cool stuff and I'm learning about different items and what their value might be. Don't watch it to critique the reality of the episodes. Watch it to learn and see some cool stuff coming out of the storage lockers!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By JT Noordhoek on April 13, 2014
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I think like many reality tv programs, This one follow the same script. Put a bunch of willing actors together in fairly contrived situation and see what happens. It reminds me alot of pro wrestling. Entertaining, but try not to think to hard about it. You can learn interesting tidbits about historical items.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By K. Hart on February 18, 2014
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Super fun to watch the treasure hunt unfold and the competition between bidders! I've bought storage lockers and this show does a good job capturing the experience.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Chris Winchester VINE VOICE on May 23, 2013
I buy auction units in Southern California in Dotson territory. These guys are really nice and make the auctions fun. My issue is the California show has run the price of the units sky high. My wife and I will watch the show and say what we would pay for the auctions in question. We always seem to be to low for California but right on for Texas. The characters in this show are good and the merchandise that is won is pretty interesting. I would like to go to Texas to go to one of these auctions just based on this show. It is fun to watch and it is a good time. Watch it, you wont be disappointed.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Casey T. Hart on February 8, 2014
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The staged action in the vanilla Storage Wars is more entertaining than in this version. It's hard to root for any of the characters here, whereas I found myself rooting for Barry even when I knew his character was scripted. If you absolutely loved the original storage wars, you'll find some pleasure here, but not much.
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