Season 2, Episode 6

Battle for Seattle

Jordan is in California to stock up his inventory before he heads to Emerald City Comic Con in Seattle. His goal is to sell $15,000 worth of merchandise, and with $3,000 already spent on convention costs - he only has a budget of $5,000 left to spend at his digs. Jordan's first stop is toy collector Steve, who is said to have a one hundred thousand dollar collection. Jordan's hopes are quickly crushed when he finds toy rival Mark just leaving Steve's house with boxes and boxes of toys - including a rare Mego Star Trek enterprise set. Jordan is in toy heaven when he first lays eyes on Steve's stash. After numerous offers on multiple toys, he realizes that Mark already bought most of the toys Steve was willing to part with. Steve then reveals he has an entire garage full of doubles that he wants to sell - and more importantly, that Mark didn't see. Jordan pulls away with an Over The Top Sylvester Stallone Arm Wrestling Game for $45 and a lot of Spawn action figures for $75. Jordan sees that Steve really doesn't want to get rid of many toys so he leaves and heads to the next dig. Victor recently took all of his toys out of storage after nearly 40 years and has no idea what the toys are worth now. Jordan happily scoops up a bundle of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle action figures for $300, a pair of Jurassic Park dinosaurs for $175, and a pair of Star Trek Don Post masks for $300. Although Victor's stash gives Jordan a little boost in inventory, it's time for him to pull out all the reigns and he calls up a secret weapon. Jordan flies to Miami, FL to meet up with Jose who has worked on some of the most popular toy lines in the eighties. Jose doesn't fail to bring the heat and Jordan splurges on a Thundercats Lion-O and Mumm-Ra for $1800, which could potentially make him double that amount at Comic Con. Jordan makes it to Seattle and the battle begins. Mark bets that Jordan wont be able to sell the Thundercats toys he recently purchased and that he can make more sales. Jordan starts to hustle and quickly, the Jurassic Park set and a Star Trek Mask fly off the shelves for almost $600. But it's the Thundercats set that Jordan really needs to sell that will give him the boost to beat Mark in sales. After a lot of failed attempts at selling the duo, a courageous buyer makes a $3500 deal that puts Jordan ahead in numbers and pride. His profit is over $20,000 and the battle for Seattle is won.
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