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Cajun Pawn Stars 4 Seasons 2012

Season 1
4.0 out of 5 stars (52) IMDb 4.4/10

Small-town life means big-time business in the newest HISTORY series Cajun Pawn Stars. Follow Jimmie "Big Daddy" Deramus, owner of the largest pawn shop in Louisiana, as he transacts a rural spin on community sales incorporating everything from donkeys to swine to Civil War guns.

Starring:
Johnnie DeRamus, Jimmie DeRamus

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1. Donkeys and Dollars

Settle in for some southern hospitality as the Cajun Pawn Stars face the most expensive item to ever breeze through their doors. Pairs of 5 and 10 thousand dollar bills, will this rare currency inflate to the tune of one million or will the guys find something funny with this money? Then, Jimmie drives down memory lane to find a 1930s Bonnie and Clyde model Ford.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 21 minutes Release date: January 8, 2012
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2. Sweet and Sour

Come spin up some excitement with the Cajun Pawn Stars as they check out a rare long lost first album by rock and country legend Jerry Lee Lewis. Will the gang put up some serious cash to make some sweet music or will a sour note cause the deal to tumble from the charts? Then, a local Deputy Sheriff tries to sell his Civil War era Colt Dragoon revolver.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 21 minutes Release date: January 8, 2012
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3. Shoeshine Mike

Get ready to rev your engines when a classic "Dukes of Hazzard" General Lee Charger screeches by the shop. Will the DeRamus brothers jump into hot pursuit for this iconic muscle car or will negotiations leave them in the dust? Then, the guys look to polish themselves up a deal on a giant 1920s shoeshine stand.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 21 minutes Release date: January 15, 2012
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4. Money Bzzzness

Check out the sweetest deal in town as the Cajun Pawn Stars look to get into the beekeeping business. Will they be swarming over the buzz of huge profits or will negotiations lead to a very sore sting? Then, the guys have the opportunity to buy a rare military grade sniper rifle. Will Jimmie bet the farm to show he's a long-range crackshot or will the seller quietly shoot holes in his claims?

TV-14 CC Runtime: 21 minutes Release date: January 15, 2012
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5. Joker's Big Score

Jump into pursuit with the Cajun Pawn Stars as they chase down a classic 1951 Chevy Deluxe police car. Then, a seller hopes to sell his stock Special Forces M4 Carbine semi-automatic rifle. And later, has shop regular Joker finally stumbled upon something worthwhile at a local yard sale?

TV-14 CC Runtime: 20 minutes Release date: January 22, 2012
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6. Trick or Trade

Breeze out into the bayou with the Cajun Pawn Stars as they look to buy a classic Louisiana airboat. Then, the shop checks out two Civil War diaries uncovered from a field lap desk compartment. And later, Jimmie gets a hankering to own a vehicle of pure 70's muscle--a 1972 Chevelle.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 21 minutes Release date: January 22, 2012
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7. Joker's Wild

Go treasure hunting with the Cajun Pawn Stars as the guys hope they've discovered a 1700's pristine flintlock gun brought to Louisiana by pirates. Then, Jimmie travels through country music history as he checks out an old Greyhound bus that may have belonged to country music legend Barbara Mandrell. And later, regular customer Joker steers into the shop to sell his motorized wheelchair.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 21 minutes Release date: February 6, 2012
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8. Speed Demons

Soar up through the skies with the Cajun Pawn Stars as they have the opportunity to buy a rare World War II biplane. Then, a unique piece of presidential history finds it's way into the shop--a strand of Abraham Lincoln's hair.. And later, a familiar customer hopes to sell his super speedy Mako fishing boat.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 21 minutes Release date: February 6, 2012
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Product Details

Genres Reality TV
Starring Johnnie DeRamus, Jimmie DeRamus
Supporting actors Mocean Melvin, Joker, David Little
Season year 2012
Network A&E Television Networks
Purchase rights Stream instantly Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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By K. Harris HALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWER on August 29, 2012
Format: DVD
Feeling folksy? If History's smash hit "Pawn Stars" is too urbane for you with its Las Vegas setting, you might want to try something with a little more twang. "Cajun Pawn Stars" could be just that program, but I'm not sure if this version has quite the instant appeal. I know there is a contingent of viewers who love this much more than the original, and I know there are vocal opponents who find this edition far less real and/or compelling. For myself, I fall somewhere in between. The show is caught between being a rip-off and a spin-off. It wants to adhere so closely to the winning formula that defined "Pawn Stars" that, especially in early episodes, the drama can seem incredibly forced. As the season progresses and you get to know the cast, the interactions start to feel more organic--but it's still a show that has yet to find its own voice and viewpoint.

Set in Alexandria, Louisiana at the Silver Dollar Pawn and Jewelry Center, the colorful proprietor is Jimmie "Big Daddy" DeRamus. His brother and his daughter are among the other regulars and the show hopes to capitalize on wacky family interactions. As you might expect, there is much down home humor to be gleaned from Big Daddy, his family, his staff, and those that visit the shop. Some works, some feels strained. To me, the star of the show (at least initially) is the massive shop itself that seems to have every manner of merchandise crammed into its corners and crevices. It would be a fascinating place to visit and poke through, that's for sure.

Season One is comprised of 8 episodes on one disc for just shy of three hours worth of total programming. There are no special features, but the disc offers Spanish and English subtitles.
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I've always loved the earthy quality of Louisianans, and this show delivers w every episode! Cannot believe the preservation of items and the rarity! Glad I'm not a goat or gator or raccoon living there - show's a little rough on us animal lovers who don't believe it's right to trade on another sentient being's life. Kinda surprised Big Daddy, who clearly loves his animals and takes good care of them, hasn't quite gotten there yet.
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Jimmy Deranus ... Big Daddy ... I luv yur show ! Please get SEASON 2 available to us on DVD, like you offer Season 1 ... ? Lots of us are still old-fashioned, we don't down-load, we purchase DISKS... so the whole family cat watch on the TeeVee. How about it ?
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I love this show! It has all kinds of neat stuff. People bring in all kinds of junk and treasures. Very interesting to watch and as a result, educational as well. Like other pawn shop shows, they talk about the history of items that customers bring in. They show the negotiating and everything else that goes on. They have their quarrels and disagreements. The cameras keep rolling and capture every true moment that reality tv was designed to deliver to the audiences. All in all, a must see!!
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I realize all these Pawn Stars shows are staged, but I enjoy watching then just to see all the unique items they come up with and learn what they are. IMO the interaction of the characters on this one isn't as good as Vegas, but that's just my opinion. I was still trying to get into it until the episode with that Joker character finally bringing in something worthwhile. In this episode, they also supposedly went to this guys house to buy an "M4 assault rifle". The writers should have done more research before scripting the dialog out. There were so many falsities uttered about that weapon I started laughing. After that I started thinking maybe every item on the show is the same way and what they tell you about it is incorrect or made up. That really put me off. And since the only reason I watch the show is to see and learn about the different items, I stopped watching it.
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The owners/employees are entertaining to watch. They seem like good, genuine folks from down South. An interesting spin in this show is that many of the customers seem to know the owner, so it adds a much more personal feel to those encounters. I think that makes this reality show seem even more real. They buy a good mix of items, from Civil War memorabilia to donkeys to honey. These shows are best when there is an educational piece in every episode. You get that with Cajun Pawn Stars. It's entertaining and educational. You often see failed negotiations, which I assume is reality on an everyday occasion. I can appreciate that as much as successful negotiations.
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I really have enjoyed the show. Learned a lot of history and it is a surprise that at this pawn shop you can pawn animals. I also learned a few cajun sayings that have me laughing when I use them...Like: I am as happy as a buzzard in a gut truck..
I enjoy the show.
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This show is similar to the Vegas Pawn Stars without all the swearing. Though they beep it out of the other show it's still annoying. Because of that I actually like this show better. Also better because they do get some different items in due to location in the south.
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