Doug wonders if the very low opening bid on a nice neighborhood home is a red flag, but Ed thinks it could be a jackpot. Scott\'s not bothered by a modest home being near an Air Force base and a landfill, but he\'s concerned if it might have bed bugs.
The Gallery 63 crew auctions off a naval cannon believed to be from the 17th-century Spanish Armada and a deed signed by 6th President John Quincy Adams. Cindy takes in and tests a quack medical device for ladies with shocking results.
Pete and the NTS gang embark on an epic quest to give a thrill-seeking couple the treehouse of their dreams -- an adventure headquarters in the sky sitting 16 feet high in 3 cedars with a wraparound deck that provides 360 degree of stunning views.
Pete constructs a tasting room, high above the apple orchards, for Walden, NY hard cider company Angry Orchard.
The Hoffman crew opens a second mine in Colorado; Parker Schnabel tries out a new mechanic who fails to get approval from Mitch; Tony Beets sets sail in a power-barge up the mighty Yukon river.
The mining of the marble used in Washington DC\'s monuments, the manufacture of Tabasco sauce and storm-proof umbrellas.
Examining the technology used to dive for natural sponges, and how taxi drivers know their way to so many different destinations
How money is transferred in a safe and secure manner with behind-the-scenes banking technology, landing big game fish, bagpipes.
The processes involved in turning water into whisky, and the preparations that are being made for another natural disaster on the scale of Hurricane Katrina.
The technology involved in building life-saving crash test dummies, book binding, and the making of the butter substitute, margarine.
How aircraft tires are constructed, precision 19th-Century revolvers, and how synthetic fibers are designed to imitate natural grass.
Customs officers discover a dangerous game of hide and seek when they search a passenger from Buenos Aires. Customs officers get involved in a potentially volatile situation when an Aboriginal passenger refuses to join the queues at Passport control. A simple mistake by an American panel beater in his visa application could put an end to his hopes of working in Australia.
A Chinese woman tries to smuggle food into Australia, despite having previously been warned about it, and a teacher returning from Japan fails to declare money
An elderly man loses his passport, and a passenger is examined internally after concealed money is found in his luggage
Customs don\'t let a passenger from Hong Kong that they suspect of carrying drugs out of their sights. Quarantine find some double-sided metal swords in a passenger\'s bag. Immigration make a startling discovery when they become concerned about a Malaysian passenger\'s intentions.
A South American pensioner becomes the focus of a large-scale search by Customs. Quarantine discover a deliberate concealment just as they are about to let a Chinese passenger go. Immigration compliance officers search taxis and shuttle buses as they try to identify illegal workers among their drivers.
An American passenger wants to experience the heart and soul of Australia, but Immigration have other plans. A Korean passenger brings in an item that has Customs completely baffled. Customs continue their search through the suitcases of a South American pensioner.
Two Vietnamese passengers who are good friends separate at the border, attracting the attention of Customs. We find out what happens to items that Customs have seized. Quarantine find truckloads of food in the bags of a Burmese family.