Jarrett's brush with Rock n' Roll fame takes a turn for the worse when he scrambles to deliver their chicken car on time. Meanwhile, Roy runs into trouble when he discovers a shipment is too rotted to load properly ...and that's when things really start to fall apart.
After challenging Chris that girls can do anything a guy can, Robbie takes over a very macho shipment--and Chris worries their profits might go down for the count. Jennifer moves a load of pricey mannequins through the heartland, and picks up an interesting travelling companion along way.
Jennifer takes on a cross-country load of live bugs that require a little more love and attention than she might be willing to give. Marc takes on his daughter as an apprentice, and the two work through their issues as they move a number of Volkswagen buses.
Fate brings Roy back to Austin, Texas--this time to haul a very big (and very odd) sculpture from a peace-loving art collective. Up north, Jarrett brings along his uncle to help move a flight simulator. But will a side load and extra family baggage prove to be more than he bargained for?
Chris and Robbie awkwardly go where no transporter has gone before when a run brings them in contact with a Star Trek convention and its alien life forms. Meanwhile, Jarrett tries to glean from the past, and what he's learned from the other transporters as he tackles a load of massive pumpkins.
America's longest running music television show is in trouble when Roy wins the bid to move their iconic camera crane, and Marc's in hot water after picking up a hot tub, but it's at the drop off when things really bubble over.
Roy and his buddy Logan find themselves getting down and dirty as they tussle with a young oil baron and his derrick. Meanwhile Jarrett is more lost than ever when his run-in with a safe and its owner ends up out of this world.
The customer finds it's "Pack Your Own Load Day" after Jenn is bested by the heat, fatigue, and big expectations--but that fares better than Jarrett where it's "Kill Your Transporter Day" after he almost crashes and burns a Vietnam era helicopter run.
Roy rolls the dice shipping the world's largest drum set, while Chris and Robbie land a less-than-noteworthy Mobile Tattoo Parlor. But the real gamble comes when Chris challenges Roy to a bet and they both go all in to see who the better transporter is.
A little girl's birthday dream playhouse, turns into a nightmare when Marc discovers in route, that the house has a squatter. And Roy deals with more security than he bargained for after he lands a top secret government run.
Chris and Robbie convert one of their rigs to run on veggie oil and end up making a bet with the shipper--beat the tight, cross-country deadline and do it all on free grease. Roy tries to jumpstart his son in the hauling business, but the cab gets cramped when Travis brings along a girlfriend and decades of baggage.
After almost losing his load, Roy's forced to ask Jennifer for help, but gets more than he bargained for when her "favor" turns into etiquette lessons. Jarrett finally gets a new rig, but this maiden voyage might be his last when he hauls some volatile flamethrowers.
Marc's on the sidelines with big rig repairs until his buddy joins in the bidding ... but everyone else gets the last laugh when he's forced to rent a box truck. Chris transports a boat by sea, while Robbie drives by land to the drop off, but things get tense when Chris' cute shipmates seem too distracting.
Chris and Robbie book an easy one day run North of Nashville, but when a bride-to-be insists on coming along, things go just south of hell from there. Jarrett books a load that Roy will take for the second half of the run... if they can find each other.
Marc's buddy, Johnny Chavez finally wins a load, but his day in the sun will be overshadowed when Marc pranks his run. Jennifer hauls a cold, creepy, mysterious load... and that's just the seller, who joins her to ensure the oddity he's shipping makes it to its destination before it unthaws.
Marc drives a load of 20 something's to the "Big Easy" for Mardi Gras, on a run that proves to be anything but easy. Jarrett chases a load because it brings him near a girl he's fallen for and when he runs late he learns love can be costly.
Roy books a complicated Linotype machine, and things get really complicated when he thinks he breaks it in route-but with his skill and welder, he hopes to set things right. After breaking down in the middle of nowhere, Jarrett hatches the brilliant plan of secretly booking himself and the load on uShip! He just hopes that when Chris and Robbie show up, they feel the same way.
Roy lands a wild load of giant, murderous Animatronic Hillbillies, and he almost turns into one himself when he has to deal with the crazy cat lady involved with his side load of cat caskets. Jennifer transports an antique Honda.
Marc is a bit outnumbered when he transports 4 million angry bees, and turns it into a battle of attrition--Marc surviving the bee stings versus the bees jumping ship. We also meet the Bodens and the transporter couple from New Orleans ends up in a mess, literally, when they haul some pristine and not-so pristine dollhouses.
Jarrett seemingly faces the seven plagues and more when he hauls a pedal pub and a side load of sod, while it's almost "game over" for Jenn after she books an overwhelming arcade load with her underwhelming trailer.
Big Rig" driver, Marc Springer, gets more than he bargained for when he comes toe to toe with an irate customer. "Rookie" Jarrett manages to barely pass a customer inspection after delivering two unique sculptures to a museum.
Big Rig" Marc hits a violent hailstorm while transporting an enormous trolley bus that might just be over the height limit. Jennifer fights the scorching summer sun while she races to get 400 lbs. of live crawfish on ice to a restaurant opening in Austin, Texas.
The Hotshot Couple" catch a bad flu en route to the pickup of a state-of-the-art nuclear bomb shelter and Chris butts heads with the seller on the loading of the oversized bunker. Jarrett wins his most expensive load of his career--an Indy 500 racecar. But Jarrett s big payday on the $675,000 car will only happen if he makes it across country in four days.
Chris and Robbie haul an enormous spider to an amusement park with a strict delivery schedule. The precariously positioned arachnid requires reinforcements to ensure its safety, putting the young couple to work. Roy moves the largest cargo of his career with a 42- foot water tower. Upon his arrival, however, Roy finds his plan for loading won't work and he must improvise.
Jennifer has two days to get a six-layer wedding cake to a reception completely in tact. After picking up a Bozo the Clown arcade game, she books it to get to the wedding in time, but when she arrives, the pastry chefs do not like what they see. Marc wins a bid to ship a super sized vintage bus and attempts to keep it from inching off the trailer en route. Precariously affixed atop the extra long trailer, Marc finds himself in a pickle with a stop at the DOT inspection station.
Cowgirl" Jennifer must call Roy in for help with some wild bucking bulls. Chris and Robbie bust their trailer with an overweight houseboat. Jennifer gets asked to take six more bulls than the three she originally bid on, so she calls on Roy to come and help. Once Roy arrives on the scene, he takes over handling the deadly bulls and steals her thunder, upsetting her to the point of tears. Chris and Robbie load an oversized houseboat when it crushes their trailer to the ground. After working in the heat and steam of Alabama all day, they finally call it quits and decide it's a wash, leaving the customer high and dry and very disappointed.
Marc goes up against an unrealistic deadline when his truck gives out and Jarrett panics when he is stopped for transporting stolen property. Marc explodes from the pressures of another tight deadline, a long drive and a tricky load with a kinetic sculpture, called the Hand of Man. Marc runs himself into the ground to get to LA for an event when, just 30 miles away, Marc's truck stops dead in its tracks. Jarrett hauls a large, creepy taxidermy load when he is stopped by law enforcement for transporting stolen property.
Jennifer picks up a small racing boat in California and has a series of bad experiences that brings her to tears before she even crosses the state line. Jarrett digs himself into a financial hole after some bad measurements.
Chris and Robbie play Robin Hood when delivering some faulty children s toys back to the manufacturer. Roy shows off his daredevil skills and then must fight through a knee injury to deliver a cumbersome, human sized wooden hamster wheel.
Jarrett questions his ability to ship a very rare electric sports car cross country alongside a precariously-placed hunk of metal. Marc s attention to safety brings his run to a screeching halt when he finds the trailers he s hauling are a serious road hazard.
Chris and Robbie win a creepy load of horror memorabilia but the real scare comes when the cargo is twice as big as they agreed on. Roy thinks he has plenty of time to haul a trailer full of rare film prints to Austin in time for a movie screening but he s foiled by an overweight trailer and multiple blowouts.
Jarrett sinks to a new low in his negotiating skills when he fails to deliver a trailer-load of surfboards on time and the customer demands a discount. Marc takes on a Monster Truck only to find there are no "travel wheels," making the load oversized.
Roy cracks a smile during a ride on a submersible boat he ships, but the grin turns to a grimace when the boat threatens to blow-up his trailer en route. Jennifer books her favorite shipment ever, a set of large window displays going to a candy store in Hollywood. But when the situation gets sticky, she has to book another load to help her fellow man.
Jarrett fails to impress his customer with his packaging skills of a life size Rock em Sock em Robots game and then nabs a hot rod casket to make some extra cash. Jennifer races against the clock to ship a pregnant horse overnight before it overheats and loses the baby.
Marc re-lives his childhood obsession when he arranges to transport Evel Knievel s original tractor trailer. Robbie brings her young son, Carter, with them when they ship a crooked play house but the fun family affair quickly turns to danger after she encounters problems with her wheels.
Roy, the "Handyman", busts out some serious loading skills for a dining table made from a 57 Chevy and a huge, vintage penny arcade sign. Chris and Robbie pull their heaviest load to date--a giant, ominous-looking, nuclear missile.
The pressure is on when Jennifer has to help package and transport a model ship, 10 years in the making while Jarrett gets creative to load up a crate of priceless dinosaur fossils 65 million years in the making.
The transporters compete for some unique shipments going cross-country as a 4,000 lbs., 22-foot steel horse and an oversized 7-foot-long Venus Flytrap come up for bid. Roy Garber and Jarrett Joyce are the big winners of the transports, respectively, but there's no time to celebrate when they both realize they may have bitten off more than they can chew. If the steel horse doesn't arrive on time, Roy will lose half his pay. Meanwhile, the Venus Flytrap is on a deadline for the opening night of the "Little Shop of Horrors" premiere. If Jarrett doesn't deliver the oversized prop on time, then the show doesn't happen. The stakes are high as they race to make sure their loads arrive intact and on time. One mistake and these loads could be their last.
When shipments hit the auction block, the Bawcoms score a shipment for a 35 foot freshwater boat while Roy gets stuck transporting an old English phone booth after he tries to teach Jarrett a lesson. But when the Bawcoms try to double their earnings by taking on a second large boat, they may sink the entire shipment. Roy finds his load is twice as heavy as listed, but when he's shut down by mall security, will he even get the chance to load it up on his trailer?
When livestock hits the uShip auction, Jennifer makes her move and wins a haul of two bucking bulls, while Marc gets a fragile experimental aircraft. When this experienced cowgirl picks up the bulls, she finds them meaner than she expected and ends up having to board them every night she's in transit. Shipping them becomes less of a concern for her than just keeping them alive. Marc gets the Gyrocopter loaded up, but when he decides to swap trailers mid run, he leaves behind some important pieces of the load that jeopardizes his entire shipment.
After Marc battles it our with the other transporters, he wins a load of two Military tanks headed across the country and Roy lands a mint condition Model A being shipped from one collector to another. After Marc quickly loads up the tanks, he's got to find his way through a maze of round-a-bouts in a small Pennsylvania town before he even makes it to the highway. Roy has to make this delivery and get back home in time for his son's graduation, but when he's caught up in one of the worst storms in history, will he damage the load and find himself out of pocket for this priceless antique?
When it comes to the biggest and baddest loads, Marc can't help but throw his hat in the ring. Fighting off Scott and Susie, he lands the job hauling a 1928 train caboose. When he arrives, Marc finds more of a remodel project than a shipment, and has to get to work right away. Pushing the limits, this load could make him a small fortune, or sink his ship before he makes it across the country. When Roy wins the privilege to ship a pristine condition 1955 Ford Thunderbird, he's sure it'll be an easy run. But when he arrives to pick up the vintage automobile, it's the neighbors who give him more grief than he's paid for.
Jennifer uses her experience transporting livestock to win a camel shipment from Oklahoma to Vermont. Between getting lost, stopping to keep her cargo fed, and cleaning up the camel spit, Jennifer gets way behind schedule. But when her truck breaks down mid-run, the whole shipment is jeopardized. Marc gets to haul a $150,000 landing craft from coast to coast, but when he picks up a side load for some extra cash, he risks damaging his anchor load and his pocket book at the same time.
Roy heads back in to New York City when he outbids the other transporters for a job moving a catering food truck from the city's famous restaurant, Tavern on the Green. When he arrives and finds the truck in non-operational condition, Roy quickly becomes a mechanic and machine shop worker, but tensions rise when the buyer isn't willing to pay him for his extra work. Jarrett picks up a 400-lb wooden African sculpture that should make for easy money, but when he's forced to repair his not-so-trusty cargo van, he must find additional loads to stay in the black.
Jennifer may have taken her livestock specialty too far when she tops the transporters in an auction to ship a number of small animals. Between the smell, the constant feedings, and the never-ending squeals, it may be the last run Jennifer makes with so many critters. Jarrett outbids Marc in the competition to haul a go-kart in the shape of a miniature semi-tractor trailer. Moving it up the coast, he must deliver the tiny automobile in time for a local Shriner event, which will feature an entire fleet of mini semis turned go-karts. But when his van breaks down once again, it may be the last straw for this rookie's unreliable transportation.
Marc is headed to Mexico when he wins an auction to ship a $100,000 Baja 1000 Trophy Truck. Leaving from Colorado, Marc must protect his precious cargo, and make sure it arrives without delay in time for the start of the famous race. But when he gets lost on the small back roads in Tijuana, Marc must get resourceful or risk putting the race team, and his career, in last place. Scott and Susie take their boat hauling knowledge to a whole new level when they transport a wooden pirate ship across the southwest. But as they put the miles behind them, the fragile pirate ship gets more and more difficult to keep tied down.
Roy lands the shipment of his dreams when he gets to haul some large one-of-a-kind props from his favorite sci-fi movie. But when he is cut-off by another trucker on the highway, he's afraid it may have damaged these priceless movie artifacts. Jennifer outbids fellow rookie, Jarrett, for a shipment of 20 peacocks headed to Arizona. With the exotic birds confined to small boxes for transport, she must cover nearly two thousand miles in three days, otherwise Jennifer risks killing the fowl from the stress of traveling.
Shipping Wars on A&E goes into overdrive as we follow six shippers who will haul anything if the price is right. They've discovered that fortunes can be made transporting items that traditional carriers won't touch, from oversized loads to the truly bizarre. It's a cutthroat world where they have only minutes to bid on these "unshippable" items, with the load going to the lowest bidder.
We're are the other seasons, would be good if we could get the UK version aswell
Dracula May 21, 2017
We're are the other seasons, would be good if we could get the UK version aswell
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