Three Pawn Night is the third episode of Season 6

Featured ItemsEdit

Babe Ruth Baseball Card

  • George "Babe" Ruth lived 1895 to 1948; hit 714 home runs, a record until 1974
  • Inspected by Jeremy Brown
  • The card was a fake, so a deal couldn't be made between Rick and the seller

Federal Period Antique Sword

  • In 1812 U.S. declared war on Great Britain, who was already at war with France; over 280,000 U.S. troops fought, 2,260 were killed
  • Inspected by Mark Hall-Patton
  • Bought by Corey for $1,150

Pancho Villa Marionette

  • Pancho Villa, born Doroteo Arango, lived 1878-1923; one of modt prominent Mexican Revoluutionary generals
  • Bought by Chumlee and Olivia for $50

Three Dog Night Keyboard

  • Most popular U.S. group from 1969-1974; sold more records and concert tickets during this period than The Rolling Stones and The Beatles
  • Bought by Corey for $500

Stained Glass Windows

  • Stained glass first used by wealthy Romans around 100 A.D.; clear glass not invented until 1450 in Venice, Italy
  • Bought by Rick for $600

Trivia QuestionEdit

What was Three Dog Night's biggest hit, "Joy to the World" originally intended to be?

  • A. Commercial Jingle
  • B. Cartoon Soundtrack (it was written for a TV cartoon, "The Happy Song," that was never actually made)
  • C. Movie Theme

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