Last night's episode of "Hardcore Pawn" at Detroit's infamous "American Jewelry and Loan found a man giving Ashley a hard time because an earring she "supposedly" sold him made his ear turn green. The earring does not match the description of the one on his receipt and after the conversation got loud, a guard came over to escort the man from the shop.
Next, Seth goes to the back room where damaged items have been stored in hopes of using them for parts. The room is a mess of junk and Seth tells his associate Rick to call for a dumpster.
Meanwhile, a woman comes to the window claiming she lost her receipt and wants her earrings. When she finally gets the earrings, there is no back on them. She accuses the person at the window of taking the backs and also says that the person is a convicted felon. The woman continues to yell and threatens Ashley that she will screw up her car in the parking lot. The receipt that the shop has clearly stated that there was no back when they got the earrings.
Rich tells Les that the dumpster is all set. Les has no clue what the dumpster is for and confronts Seth. Now it is father against son, and the war is not over.
A man comes in with heads of two wild boars and a large deer. They haggle until Les gives him $400 for the three animals.
Seth brings Ashley and Les back to the junk pile, and they look at the mess of broken stuff and point out what is broken. Finally, Les grabs a computer screen and shows them what broken is; when he slams it on the floor. Les tells them that "American Jewelry and Loan" was not built by throwing out merchandise.
A young man comes in order to sell his flute because he wants to go to Atlanta to try out for a singing career. They ask him to play the flute to see if it works, and it does. Then they ask him to sing, and he sings "Amazing Grace" like an angel. They agree on $35 for the flute, and Seth wishes him luck in Atlanta.
A man comes to the front door with a Magic Mushroom kiddy ride from Italy. He has been in the vending machine business for years and now wants to get rid of it. Les will only give him $100 for it, so he decides to keep it.
The dumpster arrives, and Les is angry. In the parking lot, Seth and Ashley are adamant about getting rid of junk, and Les is still undecided. Finally, Les agrees to let the dumpster drop as the broken junk gets tossed into the dumpster. Now Les has lost this battle, but the warehouse is cleared of the broken stuff to make room for more items and more drama on "Hardcore Pawn."