On last night's first episode of “Storage Wars: Texas,” the auction takes place in the town of Killeen, Texas, where Bubba went to high school and where high school football is king and where he learned what he needed to hit the auction trail. This episode gave viewers a peek into the high school pictures of the cast, and some were cute; while others were scary.
As the memories bring back pictures of Bubba's mullet and Jennie's cute high school picture, Victor is having a bad hair day.
The first locker is sparse, but there is a safe in there. Mary is looking for something to put into a garden for a woman who is looking for something odd. Jenny got this one for $1,200 and hopes to find manly items.
The second one has some furniture and boxes of electronics and $950 is the price Mary and Moe paid. She found a couple of parking meters among what Moe considered junk. While Mary is working on the sculpture for her client, Moe took the parking meters for appraisal. They were made in the 1950s in Oklahoma City, where parking meters originated. They were only worth $150 for the lot, and Moe said he already got parking tickets worth more than that. Back at her shop, Mary's junk sculpture is a work of art and made it worth buying the sow's ear that she turned into a silk purse.
The next one is only boxes of electronics and miscellaneous. A newcomer got it for $1,630 and Bubba feels like he got his underwear pulled over his head; exactly like in high school.
Jenny gets Bubba and Rickey just before they leave to help her get the safe and footlocker open. There is nothing worth much in any of the locked pieces, but Bubba did his good deed.
In Cedar Hill, Texas at an earlier auction, Victor is going over his finds. Lots of furniture and a unit full of odd finds. He found two gunpowder flasks from the Civil War, one reproduction and the other a great find.
At the end of the day, Victor was the big earner with $1,370. Mary & Moe made $420. Ricky & Bubba spent nothing and made nothing, but Jenny lost $1,150 looking for manly items that did not pan out. Better luck next episode on "Storage Wars: Texas."