On last night's second episode of “Storage Wars: Texas,” the auction takes place in the town of Fort Worth, Texas. Jenny is finally fed up with Ricky & Bubba and their conniving ways. She is determined to get something without their help.
The first locker is clean and stacked neatly with boxes of shoes and some cabinets. Moe is trying to get something today for his shop after helping Mary recently. Victor got it for $850. There were 170 boxes of new shoes, and if he sells them for $25 each, it will be a nice profit indeed. Victor also found a purse made of sting ray skin worth $150.
The next one is jam-packed with collectibles and nothing special that can be seen. The bidding goes up and finally $300 gets it for Moe. Mary said that Moe already had a hoarding problem. There are loads of stuffed animals that are practically worthless as resale items. Then they find a showgirl's headdress and outfits. Moe told Mary that they are real feathers and will check them out. They went to a strip club to meet with some dancers who gave them the value of the three outfits at about $600.
The next locker is filled with stuff that Victor already has in his shop; however, it is not selling, so he does not need more. Jenny is interested and Ricky wants to stick it to her, so he bids up until she gets it for $650. She found the ultimate granny locker with stuff from her grandmother's era. She found an old cardiogram machine and visited a doctor to find out if the machine is worth anything. The doctor told her that it was valued at about $400 to a collector.
The big winner was Victor, who made $3,710, Mary & Moe made $655, Jenny cleared $540, and once again, Ricky & Bubba went home with nothing on this episode on "Storage Wars: Texas."