Storage WarsJanuary. 30,2019
Prime Video Movies
When rent is not paid on a storage locker for three months in California, the contents can be sold by an auctioneer as a single lot of items in the form of a cash-only auction. The show follows professional buyers who purchase the contents based only on a five-minute inspection of what they can see from the door when it is open. The goal is to turn a profit on the merchandise.
Seasons & Episode
Jarrod takes Brandi to an auction on her birthday; Darrell tries to find another "All Ten" locker; Rene stands his ground to protect his honor; Mary brings in her pal from Texas to put her California counterparts in their place.
Kenny feels nostalgic in Koreatown, so he brings along an old friend, which may or may not be a good idea; Brandi and Jarrod sweeten their profit in an unexpected way; Ivy tolerates the big city in an effort to find some name-brand goodies.
Emily brings her mother along; Darrell wastes no time finding an advantage; Ivy and Ivy Jr. clean up with their locker; Kenny gets some advice from a music legend; Shana and Edwina settle for thrifting what's in front of them.
In Hesperia, Calif., Mary's transportation troubles lead to her teaming up with Kenny and taking him out to pasture; Darrell shows the next generation of Gambler how it's done; the Vegas Ladies' mid-century style lets them write their own ticket.
Emily brings along her cowboy husband to Moreno Valley; Ivy is displeased at Mary’s fraternization with the auctioneer and takes it out on her later; and Kenny looks for anything in his locker that can wash off that storage scent.
The Vegas Ladies show up in Bourgie Brea; Mary decides to deal with her storage stress by introducing a bit of yoga into her routine; and Ivy and Dave go head-to-head on a giant pair of sister lockers, but Dave chooses to sit out the rest of the time.
In Victorville, Ivy takes it easy, letting Ivy, Jr. run the operation. Kenny feels run down and his lack of focus lands him a locker, but there is a pleasant surprise in the end. Mary, Shana, and Edwina cannot seem to make anything stick, so they decide to embrace it, doing what they do best.
It is a momentous occasion in Van Nuys for Darrell, and he has a completely groovy time with it. Ivy starts his day off with an unwelcome bang. Brandi and Jarrod are left wondering whether their unit will bring clear skies or clouds ahead.
Dave counts on his competition being unwilling to buy a big locker they need to move; Ivy and Ivy Jr. find their day somewhat therapeutic; Mary finally finds a tiny treasure to take home; Rene stands his ground to protect his honor.
Dave sees his profits grow, among other things, in Torrance, Calif.; Mary finds clothes that don't fit her, which turns out to be a good thing; Kenny takes a chance at being an early bird, but winds up looking more like a dodo.
Overwhelmed by the sheer number of units up for auction in Rialto, Calif., Mary and Ivy wager that each can better predict final locker prices than the other; Dave's locker resembles a chop shop; Rene and Tatianna score vintage sporting goods.
Winds in excess of 30 mph batter Desert Hot Springs, Calif., and the buyers do their best to keep standing; Rene and Gunther dust off an old locker; Brandi and Jarrod's unit takes a turn and ends up lapping the competition; Kenny steps up his game.
Back in the city of Orange, Calif., the Vegas Ladies arrive in vintage style, though not everyone agrees; Casey finds the chutzpah to pick up a good unit; Darrell tries to peddle his wares to Emily, but settles for a decent locker.
In Stanton, Calif., Ivy thinks he's a comic, but the gizmo in his locker is no joke; Brandi and Jarrod make sure that what they find in their unit doesn't stay there; Kenny's vintage entertainment lands him an excuse to meet a cult TV host.
Emily's husband, Cody, misses a bid and stirs up trouble; Brandi and Jarrod put their faith in the cowboy and end up facing their mortality; the Vegas Ladies struggle to be seen; Ivy revisits some of his glory days.