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Storage Wars 8 Seasons 2012

Season 2
4.5 out of 5 stars (258) IMDb 6.5/10

Negotiate the fascinating world of storage auction and consignment as professional "buyers" scour repossessed storage units in search of hidden treasure in the new A&E original real-life series, Storage Wars.

Starring:
Barry Weiss, Darrell Sheets
Original air date:
January 24, 2012

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1. Hang `Em High Desert

The heat is on as the buyers return to the high desert. Almost one year after their initial encounter, a lot has changed in their lives. Darrell Sheets finds a macabre oddity. Dave Hester discovers an antique toy. And Barry Weiss asks one of his famous Aerosmith buddies for an appraisal. When the smoke clears and the dust settles, who will be left standing as the competition comes full circle?

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2. Buyers on the Storrm

A storm is brewing in Whittier, California. When it rains in the auction business, only the best bidders come out to play. Darrell Sheets tries to bat down his competition when a locker with a twenty seven thousand dollar payoff opens up. Dave Hester bids on a unit with a stockpile of antiques. And Barry Weiss lands himself a locker, previously owned by a man with an antique weapons fetish.

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3. Pay the Lady

When auctioneer Dan Dotson calls in sick, his wife Laura is forced to take the reins. But with a crowd of unenthusiastic buyers, Laura will have to pull out all the stops to sell these lockers. Barry Weiss finds a "knock out" unit. Dave Hester goes after an electronics locker. Jarrod Schulz tries to up his street cred with a "gangsta" unit. And Darrell Sheets uncovers a classic movie prop.

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4. Santa Ana Street Fight

The buyers head to Dave Hester's old stomping grounds in Santa Ana, California. Though the units look trashy, their low rent suggests a secret gold mine filled with goods placed by wise consumers. Jarrod and Brandi find the ultimate guy's unit, Darrell and Dave duke it out for an antique worth three thousand bucks, and Barry Weiss is just hoping to find a flashlight for the auctions!

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5. Unclaimed Baggage

The buyers square off in Costa Mesa, California. Dave's estranged brother surfaces and challenges the Mogul to a unit filled with rock memorabilia. Barry uncovers a wooden rendering of a head (and refrains from making tasteless jokes). Darrell vies with Jarrod for a century-old slide projector. From antiques to bad blood - personal items from the past are about to dictate these buyers futures.

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6. Enemy Of The Enemy

Trouble comes to Mission Hills, California when a mysterious new bidder aims to dominate the competition. Darrell fights for a drum set. Jarrod and Brandi face a three thousand dollar loss. And heavy-bidder Dave Hester is pushed to his limit in a dual with his new nemesis. From light shows to peep shows, could this be the day the Mogul loses his crown?

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7. Fire In The Hole

The buyers are back in Mission Hills, California. The new bidder is back, along with his man-purse full of cash. Barry's lured into a locker with a mysterious hole in the wall. Dave Hester goes toe to toe again with his nemesis, while Darrell finds it hard just to stay in the ring. And Jarrod pulls an old trick and sneaks in a winning bid. Will his plan pay off, or will it all come crashing down?

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8. San Burrito

The buyers are back in San Bernardino, and Barry brings a good luck charm that yields a tasty reward. Darrell has a case of bidder indecision, while Jarrod and Brandi find out that big wins just may come in small packages. And Mark Balelo is back, but will his bravado break records, or will it be game over?

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9. Tanks For The Memories

Surf's up when the buyers head to Huntington Beach. Darrell goes fishing for a locker. Barry sets his sights on some antique Militaria. Dave "The Mogul" Hester strangely has trouble just getting in the game. And Jarrod and Brandi eye a jewelry box, but is it worth twenty-seven hundred bucks? From War Games to Card Games--strange things pop out of the sands of "Surf City.

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10. Land Of Loss

On this episode of Storage Wars: The Buyers head back to Santa Ana, California and the reunion is anything but fruitful. Jarrod and Brandi quickly see their profits roll away. Barry becomes an organ donor. Dave proves that sometimes not making a deal is what makes good common sense. And believe it or not, Darrell's hopes for a Santa Ana upside rest in the balance of a coin toss...scouts honor.

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11. Almost the Greatest Show on Earth

The auction turns into a three-ring circus as the buyers head to Irvine, California. Tensions finally boil over between "The Mogul" and "The Young Gun." Barry heads to the big top, dreaming of a big lick. And Darrell wonders if Dave's gone broke. But after outbidding on one of the biggest lockers in Storage Wars history, will it be retirement for Dave...or is he just fiddling around?

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12. Bowling for Dollars

Things are up and down for the buyers as they head to Upland, California. Barry brings an advantage, but winds up going a little cuckoo. Darrell gets shut out all together. Jarrod and Brandi fall in love with a furniture locker, and roll into the 19th century world of leisure. And Dave goes all out on a jewelry unit that might just turn out to be a buyer's best friend.

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13. Get Him to the Mayan

The buyers go south to Laguna Nigel, California. This time it's Dave who doesn't buy. Jarrod and Brandi uncover rare depression era art. Barry's art goes a little further back, to the Mayan culture. And Darrel uncovers a possible rare Wells Fargo stagecoach gun, but it's authenticity turns out to be anything but a foregone conclusion.

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14. Fu Dog Day Afternoon

The buyers head to the upscale retirement community of Laguna Hills, California. Dave wins a furniture unit that points him in the direction of Chinatown. Jarrod and Brandi take a trip down memory lane. Darrell finds his rhythm, and some 70's sound equipment. And Barry uncovers something vintage and finds out that sometimes... art really does imitate life.

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15. I'm The New Mogul

The buyers venture into Downtown, Los Angeles, where they find themselves in a new kind of auction, called a vault auction. It's pallets and crates instead of lockers, and Darrell Sheets thinks it's a perfect place for a showdown with Dave Hester. Jarrod and Brandi put all their marbles in some mystery boxes. Barry Weiss flexes his auction muscles, which leads to memorable trip to Venice Beach.

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16. Driving Miss Barry

The buyers head to the wealthy beach neighborhood of Westminster, CA. Darrell Sheets brings his bravado and a wad of cash, and leaves with both of them intact. Dave Hester finds classic car parts. Brandi goes rogue with a giant priced locker and Jarrod is more than skeptical. And Barry finds an antique medical device, brings another antiquer to appraise it, but will the doctor be in?

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17. Winner Winner Chicken Dinner

Family tensions ping as the buyers head to Ontario, California. Darrell Sheets wants to take son Brandon to the next level of auction buying, and he's willing to do it at Jarrod and Brandi's expense. But Jarrod and Brandi are expanding and nothing, or no one, will get in their way. And Barry takes a chance on a locker that turns out to be anything but chicken feed.

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18. Auction Sesame

The buyers invade the best little city in the USA, Azusa, California. Darrell Sheets sees past the competition, by winning a timeless unit. Jarrod and Brandi continue their journey of quality over quantity, but hope that one item doesn't stain their momentum. Barry Weiss' buying judgment comes into question, as he starts to wonder himself whether he can pull a rabbit out of his hat one more time.

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19. Stairway To Hemet

The buyers roll into the wide open desert in Hemet, California. Barry Weiss tries to kill Dave's "Yups" with kindness. Jarrod and Brandi make their mark on the competition with a tattoo locker. Darrell gets lost, gets irritated but in the end finds his locker zen. And Dave sails away with what he is hoping is one of his biggest paydays ever.

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20. Scoot-A-Toot, Toot

On this episode of Storage Wars: The buyers return to Long Beach, CA. Jarrod and Brandi have never done well here, so will their luck change? Darrell Sheets finally gets some exercise in Long Beach, buying for the first time and "wiggling" his way into the black. Barry Weiss laps the rest, finding a very unique kind of race car.

CC TV-14 November 29, 2011 22 minutes
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21. The Empire Strikes Out

On this episode of Storage Wars: The buyers head back to Ontario, CA and if people didn't notice Dave Hester before, they won't have any trouble now. Jarrod Schulz reverts to his previous ways, overpaying on some toys that make it hard for him to break even.

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22. Make It Rain, Girl

The buyers invade the quiet town of Simi Valley, CA. Darrell and Brandon smoke the competition. Jarrod and Brandi find some safes, "release the Kraken," and walk away with literally a pirate's booty. Dave Hester again breaks down the competition but in the end it's his heart that is left broken.

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23. Smoke 'Em If You Find 'Em

The buyers are back in Dave Hester's backyard of Newport Beach, CA and they have a visitor. A heavy hitter is on the scene with a story of buying one of the most famous units in storage buying history, and she has a long history with Dave to boot. Jarrod and Brandi find some "very interesting" antiques. And Barry pays a visit to the doctor, but will the visit pay off for Barry?

CC TV-14 December 13, 2011 21 minutes
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24. The Drone Wars

The buyers are back in Gardena, CA and Dave Hester's rival Nabila Hannis is back as well. Jarrod and Brandi get in the game by grabbing a sportsman's locker. Darrell drops seven grand on a unit full of construction equipment, hoping to build a nice nest egg. And Barry Weiss brings a secret weapon, but will it help him? Or break the rules?

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25. Brandi's First Time

The buyers are back in Santa Ana, CA with one notable exception, Jarrod Schulz. Construction on Now and Then is finally taking place, and it's forced Brandi to go to the auction by her lonesome. Dave Hester finds some vintage gaming machines. Darrell Sheets proves he's "the real thing", scoring some vintage bottles. And Brandi buys a locker, but will she make Jarrod proud?

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26. Hooray for Holly-Weird

The buyers are in "Tinseltown Adjacent", otherwise known as North Hollywood, CA. But first it's the grand re-opening of Jarrod and Brandi's store. Jarrod feels stressed to fill the new shelves, but will Brandi give him the license to bid? Dave Hester re-writes the auction record books. Darrell Sheets caves under the Hollywood pressure.

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27. Not Your Average Bear

The buyers make a pilgrimage to the desert of Lancaster, CA. West side heavy hitter Nabila Haniss makes the trek and is richly rewarded. Dave Hester brings the fifth wheel and ends up feeling like one. Darrell Sheets "bears down" and wins a unit that makes him feel all warm and cuddly inside. And Barry Weiss proves that you really can catch more flies with sugar.

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28. Don't Bid So Close to Me

The buyers do battle in Rancho Cucamonga, CA. Dave Hester arrives in a truck big enough to fit his ego AND a massive house hold unit. Darrell and Brandon try to get back on track. Jarrod and Brandi find a vintage mask, hoping to smoke out the competition. And Barry Weiss continues to march to the beat of his own drum, scoring big with a Rock and Roll' legend.

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29. Hook, Line, and Sucker

The buyers head west, to Inglewood, CA. It's Nabila Haniss's neck of the woods, but what she finds could end up shooting blanks. Darrell Sheets's bravado is on display, and not much else. Dave Hester proves once again that auction buying doesn't have to be pretty to be successful. Barry Weiss gambles on unit with a gnarly mattress, but will he stink up the joint, or come out smelling like roses?

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30. Operation Hobo

The buyers head to Harbor City, CA. Jarrod and Brandi get back to the business of buying. Dave Hester "Yups" his game as Nabila Haniss tries to bid the circus out of town. Barry Weiss looks like a hobo, and acts like a hobo, but buys like a pro. And Darrell Sheets goes big on the manliest of lockers, but will his unit hit the bullseye..or did Darrell totally blow it?

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31. Blame it on the Rain

The Dotson's follow the money to Santa Cruz, CA and the buyers follow the Dotsons...right into a torrential rainstorm. Dave Hester finds some quilts to help keep dry and patch together a profit. Jarrod and Brandi leave just plain soaked. Darrell and Brandon find something that requires getting wet. And Barry unpacks a locker, un-corks a find, but will it get him out of the red?

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32. Viva La San Francsico

The buyers stay up north and invade "the city by the bay"... San Francisco, CA. Barry finds an apprentice and an old pair of boxers. Jarrod and Brandi uncover something top secret. Dave Hester's "Yupp Armada" shows up as a show of force. And Darrell "The Gambler" Sheets goes all in, but will he take the pot...or bust?

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Product Details

Genres Reality TV
Starring Barry Weiss, Darrell Sheets
Supporting actors Dave Hester, Jarrod Schulz, Brandi Passante, Brandon Sheets, Dan Dotson, Laura Dotson, Tony Baker, Thom Beers, John Peterson, Brad Whitford
Season year 2012
Network A&E Television Networks
Producers Andrea Capelli, Lauren Deuterman, Jeff Frey, Dolph Scott
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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At $3.00 an episode (HD) for a 20 minute show I could not come close to justifying watching this show. Thankfully Seasons 1 & 2 are on prime now but 3 is not. I will wait for 3 to arrive on prime because the price is way too steep otherwise.

Love the show but again the price is insane!
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I am addicted to this show, I just really like all the characters. Then after the auction, it is fun to go through their dig, so to speak, and see what they found.

Now this is a show I would really like to be on, just to experience the ambiance, visit with the cast, meet each of the cast members, up close and personal, what a rush that would be.

My name is Michael Reeves, from Grapevine Texas. I am a true Texican, born and raised in Dallas, been around the country through business and pleasure. I am a retired Engineer, Electro-Mechanical Design Engineer, after 42 years in the field. I have worked as a team member, on the first Lunar Lander, my work is still on the moon, worked with aircraft, designed the cockpit in the F-111 Fighter, Worked on Flight Simulators for the 747, 727, and 707. I believe they are all retired as I am. Helped develop and build the morphine injector as seen in all the hospitals around the country.

So now I am 71, retired with my wife of 35 years, laying around watching Storage wars, Texas Storage Wars, But I must say I like California best, now be sure and keep that under your hat, I don't want to loose my Texas Citizenship
Ha-Ha. Now I also design jewelry in glass, see me in facebook, Happy Jeweler or Michael Reeves

Again Love your shows.
Have Prius, will travel :)
happyjeweler@gmail.com
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So the scenario is always the same. Go to a storage rental place. Bid on units. Drama between the bidders. Barry always gets the weird stuff - sometimes worth something - sometimes worthless. Dave always wins. Just to get the crowd going. Brandi and Jarrod try to bring it up a notch and play with the big boys. Darrel is just kind of there.

It's my evil addiction.
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This show is back and it's better than last season. Everyone has returned for more and better storage units.

The show tried to introduce a little twist in this season by showing us a new character, Mark. He is only in there for a few shows, but he made a statement. He is this really big/strong guy that has millions and he likes to push out the other characters out with his money. If he wants it, there's no unit he would not buy. He's loaded and he will just go higher and higher if somebody else wants it. The other characters think they can make him lose out on the units by bidding higher and making him pay for it, but Mark seems like he just doesn't care. Compared to other characters, they can't afford to bid too much as they need to make some kind of money, but Mark isn't like that. To him, it's more of a game than a real job.

Towards the end of the season, the show tried again to show another new character, Nabila. She is in the show way more and more so she can be a regular as she isn't new to the game. She said, she been in the game for over 20 years and she knows what she is doing. She is pretty and she does do more work than Brandi does in terms of moving stuff around. Of course, she doesn't like the other characters and the other characters don't like her either. Dave and Nabila seemed to have mutual respect for each other as they both have similar goals, but they bid on each other to a certain degree. You can't say that for the others though, they go buck wild on each other.

As in the last season, Barry is the only one that can get along with all the regular characters on the show. There's just something about him that doesn't get on peoples nerves as the other characters hate everyone else there.
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This is one of those shows, like Pawn Stars and American Pickers, where you can watch several in a row an not really pay attention to because they're so repetitive. They're all formulaic, and somewhat scripted. I read somewhere that Dave Hester in Storage Wars is in a legal dispute with the show's producers. He claims that some of the lockers are actually intentionally loaded with items to add some spice and drama to the show. No surprise there. He also claims that the producers have encouraged a negative view of him, making him to be some sort of villain. I don't know the guy personally, but from what I've seen on the show I can see that as plausible. The show is still kind of entertaining, and good to put on as background noise when you're doing housework, and you can learn a thing or two about collectibles, and the going rate of used items.
I have one complaint that has nothing to do with the show though and I'm not really sure how to have it resolved. I stream Amazon through my Wii console and it is SLOW! I stream Netflix with no issues and my wireless router is right next to the console. Does anyone else have issues with streaming Amazon Instant Video through their gaming console? Should I call customer support for this?
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I was on my way to a storage auction one day and low and behold the gang from storage wars were there. I prepared myself for battle, put my boots on, dragged out my cash and away my family went. We went up against Barry, we threw down against Dave. We watched Jarrod and Brandy steal lockers from me (Though I have yet to figure out why there is psychology here, I have 200 bucks, I bid 200 bucks. I bid my max and stop) At the end of the day I was exhausted - Filming usually lasts 4 to 5 hours and there are usually many lockers to check out. When it was all said and done I have won, in my own little way, a bit of history. I had outbid Barry on a locker and had a lot of fun. This is a solid show, it is a lot of fun and you can be on it if you are in the area where they are shooting. It is a good time and what you see on the show is pretty much how it is in real life. These people are pretty cool and are there to make money, just like the rest of us people. Check it out. By the way, I am in the Stairway to Hemet episode with my son bidding against Dave and Jarrod on the last auction.
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