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  • Can we help you?

  • SELLER: Yes.

  • RICK: So it's a lot of corkscrews.

  • You collect corkscrews?

  • SELLER: That I do.

  • I have 2,300 corkscrews.

  • A little screwy if you ask me.

  • [laughing]

  • Where would you keep 2,300 corkscrews?

  • I have a house full of corkscrews.

  • CHUMLEE: So your wife wants you to get rid of some?

  • Yes, she's had enough of my collection.

  • RICK: I recently opened up a bar next door,

  • and I can always use corkscrews over there.

  • SELLER: OK.

  • So how much would you want for these three right there?

  • It would be about $950.

  • OK.

  • I'll give you $600.

  • [dramatic music]

  • Ah.

  • No, we gotta be looking at $750-ish.

  • The only reason I'm going this high

  • is because I really want to display these on my bar.

  • So this is a business transaction where

  • I'm not really making business.

  • I'm decorating.

  • So you have to cut me a little slack here.

  • OK.

  • We could be looking at $675.

  • $650.

  • [sighing]

  • We got $650.

  • RICK: All right.

  • You want to go write him up?

  • CHUMLEE: Yeah, come on.

  • Let's go write up some paperwork and get you paid.

  • SELLER: OK.

  • CHUMLEE: Maybe I can come check out this collection

  • you're talking about.

  • Ah, it'll be worth your while.

  • If the guys like these, they're going

  • to love my entire collection.

  • It goes back four centuries.

  • CHUMLEE: A little while ago, we had a customer

  • come into the shop with a collection

  • of corkscrews that Rick really, really, really liked.

  • Rick mentioned that he would like

  • to display some of these in his bar,

  • and this guy has thousands of corkscrews.

  • So I'm bringing Corey down to his house

  • to take a look at some of them, and maybe we

  • can find a few more for Rick.

  • Hey, how you doing?

  • SELLER: I'm doing wonderful, Chumlee.

  • Good seeing you again.

  • CHUMLEE: Yeah, my pleasure.

  • Here's my associate, Big Hoss.

  • Pleasure meeting you.

  • So my dad was really into this or something?

  • CHUMLEE: You know your dad.

  • He likes weird things.

  • I mean, look at this one here.

  • Like, this is a duck.

  • SELLER: Maybe.

  • CHUMLEE: It's a rabbit.

  • SELLER: Right.

  • CHUMLEE: No, it's a duck.

  • SELLER: That's about right.

  • It's a ducking rabbit.

  • [laughing]

  • CHUMLEE: So you ready to make a deal?

  • I could be talked into it.

  • Can we break a few out maybe and just buy a few of them?

  • That's fine.

  • We got the big mistake eraser.

  • I'd say about $15.

  • CHUMLEE: OK.

  • We got this cork.

  • I'd say another $20.

  • CHUMLEE: OK.

  • Bear jaw.

  • Bear jaw-- $45.

  • CHUMLEE: And this.

  • SELLER: And $85.

  • I like this.

  • What's up with that one right there?

  • Oh, man.

  • That's $135 apiece easy.

  • $200 flat.

  • Two and a quarter.

  • $200 and we got a deal.

  • All right, old buddy, old pal.

  • CHUMLEE: I appreciate it.

  • What's up with you and my dad always buying each other gifts?

  • Put a cork in it.

  • You said something about wanting

  • to do something for Rick.

  • What do you want to do?

  • You know me, the generous guy I am.

  • Yeah, you are.

  • CHUMLEE: Rick liked the corkscrews,

  • and he kept talking about his bar the whole time--

  • my bar this, my bar that.

  • And there's nothing Rick loves more than talking.

  • So I figure this will give him plenty more stuff to talk about

  • if he has this hanging up on the wall somewhere.

  • So when you were telling me about the corkscrew thing,

  • it's sort of funny because when you're in a bar,

  • you don't want to know what time it is, right?

  • No.

  • But I was thinking about maybe a clock.

  • I mean, the cooler, the better, Rick.

  • I trust your judgment.

  • A clock, it does sound pretty cool to me.

  • And everybody's going to ask about it, right?

  • Yeah.

  • RICK DALE: Well, then, he can talk

  • about his different corkscrews that he's got.

  • CHUMLEE: Yeah, I think that'll be good.

  • Well, here's what I'm gonna do.

  • I'm gonna take them home.

  • And I'll get it set up.

  • I'll figure something out.

  • And I'll let you know. - All right.

  • Sounds good. You got my number.

  • Yup.

  • - And please, don't call Rick-- - OK.

  • CHUMLEE: --because this is a surprise.

  • OK.

  • And don't call Corey either, because no one blows

  • a surprise faster than him.

  • He can't keep his mouth shut.

  • - All right, brother. - All right.

  • - Awesome. - Thank you.

  • Awesome. Awesome.

  • Awesome. CHUMLEE: All right.

  • Well, I'm really excited to show it to him.

  • I mean, you're going to love it.

  • It looks awesome.

  • I'm back.

  • CHUMLEE: Hey.

  • What's up, old timer?

  • COREY: Pops, Chum got you a present.

  • Oh, he did?

  • CHUMLEE: Yup.

  • So you bought a couple corkscrews, and then Corey

  • and I went to that guy's house.

  • And he had, like, a million corkscrews.

  • We picked out a few more, and I wanted to make you

  • something special for the bar.

  • And well, I'm mean, I'll let Rick Dale tell you the rest.

  • Yeah, so what he did is he showed me these corkscrews.

  • And we wanted to display them for you.

  • It'd be sort of a conversation piece.

  • All right, well, let's take a look at it.

  • 1, 2, 3.

  • Ta-da!

  • RICK: Wine o'clock.

  • RICK DALE: Right, wine o'clock, right?

  • [laughing] That is really, really cool.

  • RICK DALE: This is an old '40s clock off

  • of one of the old drugstores.

  • I eliminated the hands, and then I just

  • put each one of these corkscrews around

  • like it would be the time.

  • Does it plug in?

  • Yeah, it plugs in, lights up.

  • It's awesome.

  • Let's put it on the wall.

  • Let's check it out. - All right.

  • OK. So--

  • All right, put it right there on that screw, boys.

  • All right now, step back before I plug it in.

  • 3, 2, 1-- ta-da!

  • [laughing]

  • RICK DALE: You see them pretty good now, right?

  • RICK: That is absolutely great.

  • I love that.

  • That, Rick, is my gift to you.