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>> ALL ACROSS AMERICA, PEOPLE HAVE FOUND A WAY TO GET WHAT THEY WANT WITHOUT SPENDING A DIME.

>> BECAUSE IN THIS ECONOMY, BARTERING IS ON THE RISE, BECOMING A $12 BILLION INDUSTRY. >> WELL, WE HAVE ALL OUR CARDS

ON THE TABLE. SO, WE HAVE A DEAL? >> WE TRADE FOR A LIVING. WE START WITH SOMETHING SMALL

AND TRADE UP TO SOMETHING AMAZING. >> CLOSING THE DEAL TAKES SKILL AND STRATEGY, BUT NOT EVERY

TRADE GOES DOWN LIKE WE PLANNED. >> UGH! >> I DON'T WANT TO DO THIS. >> BUT TOGETHER, WE ALWAYS COME

OUT ON TOP. [cheering] >> WE ARE THE BARTER KINGS. [upbeat rock music]

♪ ♪ >> CAN YOU BELIEVE WE'RE OUT HERE IN UTAH? THIS IS AWESOME, MAN.

LOOK AT THIS PROVO CANYON. >> MAN, THE MOUNTAINS ARE AMAZING. >> IT'S BEAUTIFUL HERE!

[cow moos] MY WIFE'S GOT FAMILY UP HERE IN UTAH. IT'S A GREAT PLACE, GOOD PEOPLE,

WITH BUSINESS SO GOOD IN THE HIGH DESERT, WE DECIDED TO EXPAND. SIGN LOOKS GOOD, MAN.

>> YEAH! [laughs] SO WE FINALLY PULLED THE TRIGGER. WE BOUGHT AN EXISTING STORE IN

UTAH... >> AND NOW WE'RE OPEN FOR BUSINESS. >> YOU KNOW, UTAH'S LIKE THE

HIGH DESERT. A LOT OF PEOPLE WITH A LOT OF TOYS, BUT NOT A LOT OF CASH, SO IT'S RIPE FOR TRADE.

HMM. [yawns] WHAT'D YOU, UH--WHAT'D YOU SAY WE NEEDED NOW?

>> CUSTOMERS. >> CUSTOMERS. >> IT'S KINDA SLOW IN HERE. >> KINDA SLOW?

ALL'S I HEAR IS CRICKETS IN HERE, AND UTAH'S GOT SOME BIG CRICKETS. >> I MEAN, I REMEMBER IT BEIN'

THIS SLOW WHEN WE WERE IN THE HIGH DESERT WHEN WE FIRST OPENED. YOU CAN'T EXPECT TO BE BUSY

OVERNIGHT, RIGHT? >> WELL, IT WAS SLOW FOR TWO YEARS THERE, BUT WE DON'T HAVE TWO YEARS IN UTAH.

I MEAN, THIS IS FAR AWAY FROM HOME. >> RIGHT. YOU CAN'T MISS THIS PLACE, ALL

THIS TRAFFIC, OUR 10-FOOT CHICKEN. [clucks] >> WE GOT THE RIGHT PLACE.

>> WE GOT TO FIGURE SOMETHING OUT. MAYBE SOME ADVERTISEMENT. >> YOU GOT TO ADVERTISE IN EVERY

NEW BUSINESS, NO MATTER WHAT IT IS. >> MAYBE A BILLBOARD DOWN THE STREET?

THERE'S A BIG BILLBOARD. WE CAN DO CABLE TV. >> CABLE TV'S AN OPTION. WHAT ABOUT--WHAT ABOUT RADIO?

LIKE A HOT SPOT, 30-SECOND CLIP. >> WHAT KIND OF RADIO STATION? >> BIGGEST ONE IN UTAH. SOMEWHERE IN SALT LAKE.

>> SURE, I LIKE IT. >> ARE YOU EXCITED? >> YEAH. >> YOU DON'T SOUND EXCITED.

>> I'M EXCITED! >> ALL RIGHT, ON BOARD. >> SOUNDS LIKE A GOOD PLAN. >> [laughs]

ALL RIGHT, MAN. >> WHY DON'T YOU CALL KENDALL AND SEE WHAT SHE CAN DRUM UP FOR US?

[phone rings] >> HEY, WHAT'S GOIN' ON? >> HEY, KENDALL, IT'S THE MASTER TRADER.

>> ANTONIO? >> NO, STEVE. >> [laughs] >> OH, YEAH, YEAH.

>> YEAH. WE NEED YOU TO FIND OUT WHAT THE BIGGEST COUNTRY MUSIC RADIO STATION IN UTAH IS.

WE'VE NEVER REALLY DONE RADIO ADS BEFORE, AND WE'RE NOT EVEN SURE IF THEY'RE GONNA WORK. TELL HIM TO COME UP WITH

SOMETHING AND GET US THE APPOINTMENT. THAT'S WHAT WE NEED. >> NO PROBLEM.

I'LL SET SOMETHING UP AND GET BACK TO YOU. >> ALL RIGHT, KENDALL. BYE.

LET'S GO BACK INSIDE AND BE BORED. >> MAKE IT HAPPEN. LET'S GO HAVE LUNCH.

>> [laughs] COME ON, MAN. [upbeat rock music] ♪ ♪ >> KENDALL GOT US AN OPPORTUNITY

TO TALK TO THE MANAGER AT THE NUMBER ONE STATION IN SALT LAKE CITY. >> WE DON'T KNOW WHAT DOLLAR

AMOUNT KENDALL TALKED TO HIM ABOUT. WE DON'T EVEN KNOW IF THERE IS A DOLLAR AMOUNT.

>> LET'S DO IT. >> YOU WORRY TOO MUCH. >> LET'S MAKE THIS HAPPEN. HEY, HOW YOU DOIN', YOU SHAWN?

>> HEY, I'M SHAWN. >> ANTONIO. >> NICE TO MEET YOU. I'M THE PROGRAM DIRECTOR HERE AT

K-BULL 93, THE NUMBER ONE STATION IN SALT LAKE CITY. SO WHAT ARE YOU GUYS UP TO? WHAT'S GOIN' ON?

>> WELL, WE HAVE A STORE DOWN THE STREET, AND WE WANT TO DO SOME ADVERTISING FOR IT. >> I THINK YOU'VE COME TO THE

RIGHT SPOT. I TOOK WHAT KENDALL TOLD ME, AND I DID PUT TOGETHER A LITTLE PACKAGE FOR YOU, WHICH IS A

FOUR-WEEK PROMOTION, A GREAT CAMPAIGN THAT COVERS ALL THE DAY, YOU KNOW. AFTERNOONS WHEN THEY'RE DRIVIN'

HOME, ALL THE PRIME TIME. AND THE AMOUNT THAT WE CAME UP WITH, AND I HOPE IT'S WITHIN YOUR BUDGET, IS...

$7,000. >> WHO KNEW RADIO TIME COSTS SO MUCH IN UTAH, MAN? I THOUGHT THE COST OF LIVING WAS

CHEAPER UP HERE. >> 7 GRAND, THAT'S A LOT OF MONEY. >> THAT'S A GOOD PACKAGE FOR

YOU. IT'S GONNA GET YOUR NAME OUT, KNOWN, AND PEOPLE COMING THROUGH THE DOOR.

>> HAVE YOU EVER TRADED FOR SOMETHING? >> WELL, N-N-NO, I HAVEN'T. >> WE TRADE FOR A LIVING, AND

THAT'S WHAT WE DO. YOU KNOW, SOME PEOPLE HAVE NEVER TRADED BEFORE, AND A LOT OF TIMES, YOU JUST GOT TO CONVINCE

'EM THAT TRADING IS A BETTER DEAL. >> WELL, WHAT ARE YOU TALKIN' ABOUT?

WHAT DO YOU HAVE? >> IT WOULD BE SOMETHING THAT YOU NEED. SOMETHING YOU COULD USE FOR THE

RADIO STATION. >> CARGO VAN? SOMETHING WE CAN PUT A WRAP ON FOR YOU?

>> YOU SAW MY PARKING LOT. >> YES, I DID. >> I HAVE VANS, TRUCKS, TRAILERS.

I PRETTY MUCH HAVE ALL OF THAT, SO-- >> HOW ABOUT SOMETHING SIGNED WITH A COUNTRY SINGER ON IT?

>> [laughs] NO, NO. I COULD GET THOSE TOO. >> WELL, WHAT COULD THE RADIO STATION USE?

>> YOU KNOW, THERE WAS THIS ONE TIME THAT I WAS--I WAS OUT IN A DIFFERENT CITY, AND I SAW THIS RADIO STATION HAD THIS

DOUBLE-DECKER BUS. >> HAVE YOU EVER SEEN A DOUBLE-DECKER BUS IN UTAH ANYWHERE?

>> THAT'S THE BEAUTY OF IT. IN UTAH, A DOUBLE-DECKER BUS WOULD GET NOTICED. >> TO MAKE TRADES WITH SOME

PEOPLE, YOU JUST HAVE TO COME UP WITH THE RIGHT ITEM. IN THIS CASE, IT'S A DOUBLE-DECKER BUS.

>> ASSUMING WE DO FIND YOU THIS DOUBLE-DECKER BUS, HOW DO WE MAKE A COMMERCIAL? I MEAN, DO YOU GUYS PUT IT ALL

TOGETHER? >> HAVE YOU EVER THOUGHT ABOUT GETTING A JINGLE? A CATCHY SONG, CATCHY TUNE?

THAT'S THE STUFF THAT STICKS WITH PEOPLE. >> WHERE WE WOULD ACTUALLY SING IT?

>> YES, IF YOU WANT. >> HE CAN'T SING. HE CAN'T SING AT ALL. AND I GOT TOURETTE, MAN.

NO TELLIN' WHAT WILL HAPPEN ON THE MIC WITH TOURETTE. BAR! CARNIVAL!

[screeches indistinctly] >> OOH. [laughs] [turkey gobbles]

>> [gobbles] [clucks] >> DON'T GET HIM STARTED. >> [clucking]

>> YOU GET THE BUS. WE'LL GET YOU SET UP IN THE STUDIO, RECORDED AND ON THE AIR, AND THE PEOPLE THROUGH THE DOOR.

>> LET'S DO IT. ALL RIGHT, SHAWN. >> ALL RIGHT. >> THANKS.

>> JINGLE TIME, MAN. >> GOOD LUCK ON THE BUS. >> [chuckles] >> OKAY.

WHERE THE HELL ARE WE GONNA COME UP WITH A DOUBLE-DECKER BUS? >> THIS AIN'T LONDON, MAN. HOW WE GONNA FIND A

DOUBLE-DECKER BUS IN UTAH? >> AND WHO'S GONNA SING THAT JINGLE? I CERTAINLY AM NOT.

>> FORGET WHO'S GONNA SING IT. WHO'S GONNA WRITE IT? >> DUDE, WE GOT ALL KINDS OF PROBLEMS HERE.

[upbeat rock music] ♪ ♪ WHOO! WE'RE GONNA BE COUNTRY MUSIC

STARS, WRITIN' OUR OWN JINGLE. >> IT'S NOT GONNA WORK, MAN. >> IF WE DON'T DO IT OURSELVES, WE'RE GONNA HAVE TO HIRE

SOMEBODY TO WRITE THE JINGLE, HIRE SOMEBODY TO SING IT. THAT'S GONNA COST MORE MONEY. >> YOU GOT NOTHIN', DO YOU?

>> ♪ TRADIN' DOWN THE HIGHWAY ♪ ♪ LOOKIN' FOR A GOOD DEAL ♪ >> [laughs] MAN, DUDE. >> I'VE HEARD YOU SING BEFORE,

MAN, YOU'RE NOT ANY BETTER. >> I'M NOT THAT BAD AT SINGING, MAN. I'M PRETTY GOOD.

>> IN THE SHOWER. >> ♪ IN THE SHOWER, I DO SOMEMASTER TRADIN'. >> THAT'S RIGHT, MAN.

>> [laughs] WHOO! SEE, WE CAN ENTERTAIN PEOPLE. WHOO!

[upbeat rock music] ♪ ♪ >> WE'RE READY TO START TRADING FOR THAT DOUBLE-DECKER BUS.

>> WE TOOK SOME CAST IRON PANS WE HAD AT THE SHOP, POSTED THEM ON CRAIGSLIST. >> IMMEDIATELY, WE GOT A HIT.

SO WE'RE ON OUR WAY TO SEE A WOMAN INTERESTED IN TRADING A TENT. >> THIS IS GORGEOUS.

>> I'M MAXINE. >> I'M ANTONIO. >> HOW NICE TO MEET YOU, ANTONIO.

>> PLEASURE TO MEET YOU. >> HEY, GOOD MORNING. HOW ARE YOU? >> VERY G--ISN'T IT BEAUTIFUL

OUT HERE? >> IT'S AMAZING. IT'S BETTER THAN BEAUTIFUL. >> WOULD YOU LIKE TO SEE THE

TENT? >> UH, YEAH. >> OKAY, I HAVE IT--I SET IT UP SO YOU CAN SEE HOW IT LOOKS.

I HAVE NO USE FOR THIS TENT, AS WONDERFUL AS IT IS. I NEEDED SOME NEW CAST IRON PANS, AND I HAD AND OLD TENT

THAT I WASN'T USING ANYMORE. SO I CALLED CRAIGSLIST, AND THEY SENT TWO GENTLEMEN OVER TO TALK TO ME ABOUT THEM AND SEE IF I

WANTED TO TRADE WITH THEM. >> HARDLY USED, MAN. >> IT'S CLEAN. >> DID YOU SET THIS UP YOURSELF,

MAXINE? >> NO, I HAD SOMEBODY HELP ME. [laughs] >> THAT'S OKAY.

>> IT'S REALLY NICE. >> THAT IS A SOLID TENT. >> OKAY. >> I REALLY WOULD LIKE TO SEE

THOSE PANS. >> SURE, ABSOLUTELY. >> THAT'S WHAT I NEED. YOU KNOW, I SENT MY COOKING SET

WITH MY DAUGHTER WHEN SHE MOVED TO PHOENIX BECAUSE I WANTED HER TO THINK OF ME EVERY TIME SHE USED IT.

[laughs] >> YOU KNOW, MAXINE SEEMS LIKE EVERYBODY'S GRANDMOTHER. SHE JUST HAS A GREAT ENERGY.

WOW, LOOK AT THAT. >> WOW. THIS PLACE IS STORYBOOK. SHE'S GOT STUFFED ANIMALS

EVERYWHERE! >> SEE OUR LITTLE HEN HERE? THIS WAS A PET. WE NAMED HER "CLUCKY."

OH, AND THE BEAVER. OH, THAT BEAVER. NOTICE--NOTICE THE SIZE OF THAT BEAVER.

>> WOW! >> YOU SHOULD HAVE SEEN THE DAM THAT THING WAS IN! [laughs] >> "DAM," THAT'S BIG.

>> ISN'T THAT HUGE? >> SHE'S EVEN GOT A STUFFED BEAVER. >> [laughs]

>> [laughs] YEAH, I SAID STUFFED BEAVER. DEAL WITH IT. [pans clattering]

>> OH. >> GORGEOUS, HUH? >> THAT'S A PRETTY SET. THAT'S A PRETTY SET.

>> IT IS, ISN'T IT? >> THE THING IS, I REALLY WANT TO USE THESE THINGS. I WANT TO SEE HOW THEY WORK ON

MY STOVE. >> SURE, ABSOLUTELY. >> I HAVE EGGS. I'LL FIX YOU SOME BREAKFAST.

>> WE'VE DONE A LOT OF TRADING, AND WE'VE NEVER HAD ANYBODY OFFER US BREAKFAST. >> WELCOME TO UTAH.

YOU CAN GO SKIING IN THE MOUNTAINS, AND THEN YOU CAN COME DOWN, AND YOU CAN GO FISHING. YOU CAN GO HUNTING.

YOU CAN GO GOLFING. >> I LIKE MY EGGS LIKE I LIKE MY TRADES. OVER EASY.

>> I LIKE MINE OVER MEDIUM. >> HEY, YOU KNOW, I EAT MEDIUM TOO. >> OKAY. OVER MEDIUM, WE'RE IN.

>> WHATEVER I COOK, YOU'RE GONNA GET, FELLAS. [laughr] >> YOU KNOW WHAT?

SITTIN' HERE LISTENING TO MAXINE TALK, I FELT LIKE I WAS IN MY OWN GRANDMOTHER'S KITCHEN AGAIN. >> OKAY, NOW.

OH, MY GOODNESS! YOU KNOW, I HAVE NEVER BURNED AN EGG IN ALL MY LIFE. >> ON THESE PANS, YOU ACTUALLY

HAVE TO GET USED TO THEM. IT TAKES A LITTLE TIME. >> WELL, I HAVE BEEN COOKING WITH CAST IRON ALL MY LIFE.

I CAN--AND I'VE NEVER BURNED ANYTHING YET. >> YOU KNOW, I LOOKED UP AT MAXINE, AND SHE DIDN'T SEEM TOO

HAPPY. SHE WAS LOOKIN' AT THE PAN LIKE THERE WAS SOMETHING WRONG WITH IT.

>> I'M SORRY, BUT I JUST DON'T THINK I COULD DO THIS. BUT THANK YOU FOR COMING. I JUST APPRECIATE IT, BUT--

>> WAIT A MINUTE. WHAT JUST HAPPENED? >> SWEET MAXINE JUST KICKED US OUT THE DOOR, AND WE LOST OUR

FREE BREAKFAST. >> OF ALL THE TRADES I THOUGHT MIGHT GO BAD, THIS WAS NOT THE ONE.

>> THANK YOU FOR COMING. I JUST APPRECIATE IT, BUT-- >> OKAY. >> OKAY, THANK YOU.

>> ALL RIGHT. >> THANKS, MAXINE. >> YOU ARE WELCOME. THANK YOU, GENTLEMEN.

>> OH, WE'RE GONNA--GONNA TAKE THESE IN THERE, OKAY? >> NOTHIN' WE CAN SAY TO CHANGE YOUR MIND, HUH?

>> UM...DO YOU THINK I COULD THINK ABOUT IT FOR A LITTLE WHILE? >> I CAN SENSE MAXINE'S STARTING

TO TURN, AND I GOT AN OLD TRICK I USED TO USE ON MY GRANDMA. CAN WE WASH THIS STUFF FOR YOU? >> UM...

>> WE'LL DO THE WHOLE KITCHEN. >> I'LL LET YOU, BUT I AM GOING TO WATCH EVERY MOVE YOU MAKE. >> OKAY, SOUNDS GOOD.

>> I'VE NEVER HAD TO WASH DISHES TO SEAL A DEAL, BUT IF THAT'S WHAT IT TAKES, I'LL DO IT. >> UH-OH.

HEY, THAT'S SOME HOT WATER FOR BEIN' IN THE MOUNTAINS. >> ALL RIGHT, THOSE ARE DONE. GRAB THE SKILLETS.

>> OKAY, STEVE, LET ME SHOW YOU HOW TO WASH THE SKILLET. I DON'T KNOW IF YOU KNOW THIS, BUT YOU NEVER USE SOAP.

YOU NEVER USE A SCRUB BRUSH OR A SPONGE, AND YOU DEFINITELY NEVER PUT IT IN A DISHWASHER. YOU JUST WIPE IT OUT WITH A RAG

OR PAPER TOWEL, JUST LIKE THAT, AND YOU'RE DONE. >> IS THAT TRUE, MAXINE? >> YOU HANG IT UP OR PUT IT BACK

ON THE STOVE. >> THAT IS TRUE. GOSH, YOU'RE KIND OF LIKE A COUPLE OF MY OWN GRANDSONS.

[laughter] WELL, YOU KNOW WHAT? I DON'T KNOW, BUT SINCE YOU KIND OF KNOW WHAT YOU'RE DOING...

IT'S A DEAL. >> WE GOT A DEAL, AWESOME. >> A DONE DEAL. >> THANK YOU.

>> WE JUST TRADED $200 CAST IRON PANS FOR A SWEET $400 TENT. >> ANTONIO DID THOSE PANS SO PERFECTLY.

WHEN THEY CLEANED UP MY KITCHEN, THEY MADE A DEAL. >> THANK YOU VERY MUCH. >> COME BACK ANYTIME.

>> YOU KNOW THE SECRET TO MAKING THIS DEAL? >> DISHPAN HANDS. >> DISHPAN HANDS.

[upbeat rock music] ♪ ♪ >> SHE SURE HAD A LOT OF DEAD ANIMALS IN THAT CABIN.

>> I THOUGHT SHE WAS ABOUT TO STUFF US AND HANG US ON THE WALL, MAN. OH, MAN.

>> THAT WAS STRANGE. >> YEAH, THAT WAS STRANGE. I WAA LITTLE NERVOUS, BUT-- >> A STUFFED CHICKEN NAMED

CLUCK-CLUCK? >> CLUCK--CLUCKY. >> CLUCKY! >> CLUCKY.

CLUCKY, THE CHICKEN. >> CLUCK, CLUCK! >> [laughs] >> [clucking]

>> [laughs] >> [clucking] >> ALL RIGHT, MAN. CHECK THIS OUT.

>> OH, NO! >> ♪ IT FEELS LIKE ♪ ♪ A TRADING DAY ♪ >> ♪ AT EXPRESS TRADE

WE'RE HOPING TO TRADE UP TO A RADIO SPOT TO GET THE WORD OUT ON OUR UTAH STORE. UNLESS WE WANT TO SHELL OUT

MONEY, WE'RE GONNA HAVE TO WRITE AND SING OUR OWN JINGLE. ♪ FOR A WAFFLE MAKER ♪ ♪ AND A FLARE GUN FOR A GUITAR

HEY! YOU GUYS ARE JUST IN TIME. WE'RE GONNA BE DOIN' SOME ADVERTISEMENT ON A RADIO

STATION, SO WE'RE TRYING TO COME UP WITH A JINGLE. >> TELL US WHAT YOU THINK, MAN. >> WELL, LISTEN...

>> HERE'S WHAT WE GOT. >> THESE ARE JUST LYRICS WE'VE WROTE DOWN. NOTHING IS SET IN STONE YET.

OKAY, GO AHEAD. >> both: ♪ ON THE FIRST DAY OF ♪ ♪ BUSINESS, A WOMAN TRADED ME ♪ ♪ A FLARE GUN FOR A GUITAR

ON THE SECOND DAY OF TRADING ♪ ♪ A MAN TRADED ME ♪ >> ♪ TWO ELVIS BOTTLES ♪ ♪ THREE POWER DRILLS

FOUR WAFFLE MAKERS AND ♪ ♪ A FLARE GUN FOR A GUITAR ♪ >> YEEHAW! >> WHOO!

>> WHAT DO YOU THINK? COME ON, KIDS. >> YOU GUYS CAN'T SING. >> WELL, IT'S NOT SUPPOSED TO BE

PERFECT. >> IT'S NOT EVEN CLOSE. >> IT'S NOT--IT WASN'T VERY GOOD.

THE WAY THESE GUYS SOUND, THEY'RE GONNA BE CHASING CUSTOMERS AWAY FROM THE SHOP. >> HERE.

HERE'S A--HERE. >> MAYBE IF HE PLAYED THE DRUMS AND YOU-- >> YOU GUYS WRITE SOMETHING AND

SING SOMETHING. >> YOU GUYS ARE GONNA BE MY MUSE RIGHT NOW. I'M GONNA DO SOMETHING RIGHT

NOW, UM... >> YOU KNOW WHAT WOULD WORK IS IF YOU INCORPORATED SOME FIST PUMP THEME.

LIKE... [all beat boxing] >> THAT DOESN'T FEEL RIGHT. >> ANTONIO AND STEVE, WE ARE THE

KINGS. >> [laughter] >> OKAY, LISTEN TO THIS. IT'S KIND OF RAW, BUT JUST

LISTEN. ♪ ANTONIO AND STEVEWE ARE THE KINGS ♪ ♪ THE PLACE TO BARTER

YOUR FUNKY FRESH THINGS ♪ ♪ SPORTS, MUSIC, TOOLS ♪ ♪ AND FISHING REELS ♪ ♪ NO PRICE TAGS

JUST MAKIN' DEALSI'M OUT. >> [chuckles] ALL RIGHT. >> NOT BAD.

>> I'M ACTUALLY A VERY TALENTED RAPPER. I KIND OF AM KNOWN AS THE QUEEN LATIFAH OF MY NEIGHBORHOOD.

>> YOU JUST GOT SERVED. WOULD YOU LIKE SOME ICE FOR THAT BURN? [laughter]

>> OOH! >> OOH, I LIKE THAT.

>> KENDALL WAS ABLE TO FIND US WHAT WE THINK IS THE ONLY DOUBLE-DECKER BUS IN UTAH. >> BUT WE HAVE NO IDEA WHAT TYPE

OF CONDITION IT'S IN. >> HOW YOU DOIN'? ARE YOU DAVE? >> YEAH.

>> I'M ANTONIO. >> HI, ANTONIO. >> PLEASURE TO MEET YOU. >> I GOT A CALL TODAY ABOUT THE

DOUBLE-DECKER BUS, AND I SAID, "YEAH, IT'S STILL HERE. COME ON OVER AND CHECK IT OUT." I RODE ONE IN ENGLAND BACK IN

ABOUT '63. I THOUGHT, "MAN, I GOT TO HAVE THAT BUS." HEY, WHAT DO YOU THINK?

>> WOW! >> I LIKE IT. >> YEAH! >> I LIKE IT!

>> WHOO-HOO! >> DUDE, THAT'S LIKE HITTIN' THE MOTHER LODE RIGHT THERE. I WANT TO DO CARTWHEELS AND

FLIPS, MAN. I'VE NEVER SEEN ANYTHING LIKE IT. >> EASY ACCESS TO THE ENGINE.

YOU KNOW, THERE YOU GO. >> WOW. SO DOES IT RUN? >> YEAH, IT STARTS RIGHT UP.

MAYBE NEEDS A LITTLE BIT OF A TUNE, BUT IT STARTS RIGHT UP. >> OH, THEY HAD TURBO CHARGE BACK THEN?

>> NO, NOT NECESSARILY. THIS IS A STRAIGHT SIX CUMMINS DIESEL. >> LET'S START IT UP.

[engine starts] >> WOW. >> WOW. WOW.

>> SEE, LISTEN TO THAT. >> THIS THING IS SUPER COOL. I THINK WE COULD PAINT IT, NO PROBLEM.

SANDBLAST IT AND PAINT IT UP LIKE THAT. >> WE NEED A MOBILE BILLBOARD... >> AND THAT IS A MOBILE

BILLBOARD, RIGHT THERE. >> FOR THE RADIO STATION. AND THAT'S--THAT'S EXACTLY WHAT THE DOCTOR ORDERED.

>> WELL, WHAT DO YOU THINK? >> THE BUS LOOKS GREAT. IT NEEDS SOME WORK, BUT... >> YEAH, A LITTLE BIT.

>> ARE YOU OPEN TO MAKING A TRADE ON ANYTHING? >> WELL, AS I TOLD YOUR ASSISTANT, I'D CONSIDER IT.

IT DEPENDS ON WHAT YOU'VE GOT, WHAT YOU CAN FIND. WE'RE STARTIN' TO WORK ON CARS, SO IF THEY'RE NOT RUNNIN',

I CAN'T GET 'EM HERE. >> SO LIKE A TRAILER OR A TOW TRUCK? >> A GOOD AUTO TOW TRAILER,

SURE. >> SO IF WE BROUGHT YOU ONE OF THOSE TWO ITEMS, YOU'D TRADE US FOR THIS BUS.

>> WELL, I'D HAVE TO SEE IT FIRST. I MEAN I DON'T KNOW WHAT KIND OF CONDITION IT'S IN.

WELL, I'M DEFINITELY WILLING TO CONSIDER IT. >> THAT'S GOOD ENOUGH FOR ME. THANKS, DAVE.

>> OKAY, THANKS. >> IF THE DOOR'S OPEN, WE'LL BE BACK IN IT. >> I'LL BE HERE.

NICE TO MEET YOU. >> THANKS, DAVE. APPRECIATE IT. >> YOU BET. >> DOOR'S OPEN.

>> BRING ME SOMETHING GOOD. [upbeat rock music] ♪ ♪ >> YOU KNOW, IT DIDN'T TAKE LONG

TO GET A HIT ON OUR CAMPING TENT. WE'RE MEETING A DAD WHO HAS A TABLE SAW UP FOR TRADE.

>> PATRICK? >> YEAH, PATRICK. >> ANTONIO. >> GOOD TO MEET YOU.

>> PLEASURE MEETING YOU. >> WELL, I SAW A PRETTY NICE TENT ON CRAIGSLIST, AND NOW THAT MY BOYS ARE GETTING OLDER AND

CAMPING'S A LOT MORE FUN, PLAN ON DOING A LOT MORE OF IT. SO THINKIN' ABOUT TAKING MY SAW AND TRADING IT FOR THE TENT.

>> HAVE YOU EVER DONE TRADING BEFORE? 'CAUSE IT'S KIND OF NEW TO SOME PEOPLE THAT WE MEET.

>> YOU KNOW, ACTUALLY, I SPENT FIVE YEARS NAVY, AND I WAS OUT IN THE MIDDLE EAST, AND BARTERING WAS A WAY OF LIFE.

>> [laughs] >> WELL, THIS IS IT RIGHT HERE. THIS IS A LITTLE MORE HEAVY DUTY THAN YOUR TYPICAL TABLE SAWS.

THE MOTOR'S ACTUALLY REALLY STRONG. IT'S ABOUT 3600 RPM, I THINK. >> I'D LIKE TO SEE IT WORK.

COULD WE TEST IT OUT? >> SURE. [saw engine whirring] [grinding]

>> YEAH. SO YOU CAN SEE HOW IT SOUNDS. IT SOUNDS GREAT, IT WORKS FINE. NEVER HAD A PROBLEM.

>> WHAT VALUE YOU PUT ON THIS THING? >> I'D SAY AROUND 800, SO... >> SO YOU'RE VALUING IT AT 800

USED? >> UH-HUH. >> HMM. >> OKAY.

THERE'S A LOT OF THESE FOR SALE, JUST SO YOU KNOW. I DON'T DISAGREE WITH THE 800, BUT I DON'T TOTALLY AGREE WITH

IT. WANT TO TAKE A LOOK AT THE TENT? >> DEFINITELY WANT TO TAKE A LOOK AT IT.

>> YOU WANT TO SET IT UP? >> LET'S TAKE IT OUT BACK HERE. >> AND THIS IS KNOWN AS ONE OF THE EASIEST TENTS ON THE MARKET

TO SET UP. >> HAVE YOU EVER HAD A TENT BEFORE? >> UH, A REALLY SMALL ONE.

>> THE COOLEST THING ABOUT THIS TENT, IT'S A SIX-PERSON TENT. >> RIGHT. >> JUST UNDER SIX FEET UP IS--

IT'S BASICALLY GOT TWO SEPARATE SIDES TO IT, IF YOU CHOOSE TO SPLIT IT. SO IT'S GOT A DIVIDER IN THE

MIDDLE. >> THAT'S NOT BAD. >> AND IT'S ORANGE AND GREEN. >> THEY SAY SIX-MAN, BUT I'M A

LITTLE BIGGER THAN THAT. ALL RIGHT, LET ME SEE HERE. I'M NOT... >> I'LL SHOW YOU HOW TO GET

THESE UP. >> OH, OH, WHOA. I DON'T MEAN TO BE A PAIN, BUT I GOT TO KNOW HOW TO DO IT, SO LET

ME JUST SEE IF I CAN DO IT. I'M NOT... IT'S LIKE DOING A PUZZLE, MAN.

>> I CAN'T BELIEVE WE'RE STANDING HERE WATCHIN' THIS TRADE FALL APART, AND WE CAN'T DO ANYTHING ABOUT IT.

>> I KIND OF GET WHAT THEY'RE TRYING TO DO, BUT I DON'T--MAN, I CAN'T FIGURE IT OUT. THIS DOESN'T DO ME ANY GOOD.

FORGET THIS. >> [sighs] [sighs] >> THIS DOESN'T DO ME ANY GOOD.

FORGET THIS. MAN, TENTS SHOULD NOT BE THIS HARD. THEY REALLY SHOULDN'T BE.

THIS IS REALLY-- >> THIS SHOULD BE A SLAM DUNK TRADE, BUT IT'S BLOWIN' UP RIGHT IN FRONT OF US.

TRY IT AGAINAND WE'LL TIME IT. >> I MEAN IT--I DON'T EVEN SEE HOW THIS THING GOES TOGETHER. YOU LOOK AT THESE TWO PIECES--

>> HE NEEDS A LITTLE HELP HERE. >> NO HOLE THERE. >> THERE ACTUALLY IS A HOLE THERE.

>> YEAH, THERE WE GO. THERE'S THE HOLE, RIGHT HERE. OKAY, WHAT A MINUTE. I THINK I'M SEEING SOMETHING

HERE. I THINK MAYBE--THROUGH HERE, MAYBE? >> YOU ARE ON THE RIGHT TRACK,

IF I MAY SAY SO. STARTING TO LOOK LIKE A TENT, MAN! >> [chuckles] YEAH, RIGHT.

>> YOU GOT IT NOW. >> LIKE I SAID--EH, IT'S GETTIN' THERE, IT'S GETTIN' THERE. >> THAT WASN'T SO BAD, WAS IT?

>> THIS TENT'S STARTIN' TO TAKE SHAPE, AND I THINK PATRICK'S ACTUALLY STARTING TO FEEL A LITTLE BIT BETTER ABOUT THIS

TRADE. >> IT ONLY TOOK YOU ABOUT 12 MINUTES. >> THAT WAS ONLY 12?

FELT LIKE A LOT LONGER. >> AND NOT THAT YOU HAVE TO SET THIS UP NOW, BUT IN CASE IT RAINS, IT HAS GOT A WATERPROOF

COVER. YOU THROW IT OVER. >> RIGHT. >> IT'S ALSO GOT FOR THE FLOOR,

'CAUSE YOU DON'T WANT ANYTHING SEEPING THROUGH IF YOU'RE ON WET GROUND OR WHATNOT. >> IT'S ALL WATERPROOF.

IT'S ONE OF THE TOP-OF-THE-LINE TENTS BEIN' SOLD RIGHT NOW, SO. WELL, WHAT DO YOU THINK? YOU WANT TO MAKE A DEAL?

>> [sighs] >> YOUR TABLE SAW FOR OUR TENT? >> NOW THAT I'VE SET IT UP, I CAN SEE.

I MEAN, I PROBABLY COULD GET IT GOING OBVIOUSLY A LOT FASTER THAN THIS TIME, BUT I DON'T KNOW IF IT'S WORTH THE SAME AMOUNT AS

THAT SAW, THOUGH. >> HAVE YOU BEEN TRYING TO SELL THAT SAW? >> YEAH, ON AND OFF.

I DIDN'T GET A LOT OF BITES. >> PATRICK, THE REGULAR PERSON DOESN'T WANT TO SPEND OVER $1,000 ON A TABLE SAW WHEN

THEY'RE JUST GONNA DO HANDY STUFF WORK AROUND THE HOUSE. FOR THE CONTRACTOR OR THE COMMERCIAL TYPE BUILDER, THEY

DON'T BRING THAT STUFF TO A JOB SITE. I MEAN THEY GOT ALL THE BIG, HEAVY DUTY STUFF.

YOU'RE KIND OF LIKE IN NO MAN'S LAND WITH THAT THING. >> IT IS A QUALITY TABLE SAW, BUT IF YOU'RE NOT USING IT AND

THIS IS SOMETHING YOU CAN USE... I COULD TELL PATRICK'S CLOSE. HE NEEDS JUST ONE LITTLE PUSH TO MAKE THIS DEAL.

LET'S BRING YOUR BOYS IN. IF THEY DON'T LIKE IT, WE'LL PACK UP THE TENT AND WE'LL GET OUT OF YOUR HAIR.

>> [sighs] JACK, JOE! >> WHOA, THIS TENT IS AWESOME! >> TAKE A LOOK.

>> HOLY COW! >> YOU LIKE IT? >> THIS IS WAY BETTER THAN ANY OTHER TENT WE'VE USED.

>> SO WHAT DO YOU THINK, PATRICK? WE GOT A DEAL? >> WHAT DO YOU THINK, JACK?

>> YEAH. [laughs] >> WE DO? >> HOW CAN YOU SAY NO TO THAT, PATRICK?

>> ALL RIGHT, GUYS. >> ALL RIGHT. WE TRADED A $400 TENT FOR AN $800 TABLE SAW.

>> YOU'RE GONNA HAVE TO HELP DAD SET IT UP, THOUGH. >> YOU KNOW, THE SAW MAY HAVE BEEN WORTH MORE THAN THE TENT,

BUT HONESTLY, WHEN I SAW THESE GUYS' FACES AND HOW THEY REACTED, I KNEW I NEEDED TO DO IT.

IT WAS A GOOD TRADE. >> GOOD JOB, DAD. >> [laughs] >> WE'RE GOOD.

>> THANKS, PATRICK. >> ALL RIGHT, MAN. >> THANK YOU. >> ALL RIGHT, GUYS.

>> SEE YOU GUYS LATER. >> WE STARTED WITH CAST IRON PANS, TRADED THOSE TO A TENT, UP TO A TABLE SAW ON OUR WAY TO

GETTING SOME RADIO ADVERTISEMENT FOR OUR NEW UTAH SHOP. >> SKEDAD! [upbeat rock music]

♪ ♪ [cow moos] >> WE'RE GOING TO MEET A GUY TO HOPEFULLY TRADE OUR TABLE SAW

FOR A SHAVED-ICE MACHINE. >> BUT WE'RE STILL TRYING TO FIGURE OUT THE ROADS AROUND HERE.

THAT'S WHY WE'RE RUNNING A LITTLE LATE. >> AND THAT'S NOT THE BEST WAY TO START A TRADE.

DUDE, WE'RE OVER A HALF AN HOUR LATE, MAN. MAN, I JUST HOPE HE'S STILL THERE.

>> HE'LL BE THERE. WE'RE NOT THAT LATE. >> DON'T YOU THINK IT'S JUST A LITTLE BIT WEIRD TO MEET A GUY

IN A MOTOR HOME WAY UP HERE IN THE MOUNTAINS? >> LOOK, JUST SETTLE DOWN. WE'VE DONE WEIRDER THINGS THAN

THIS. >> ALL RIGHT, FAIR ENOUGH. >> OH, THERE'S THE SNOW CONE MACHINE.

THIS MUST BE IT. [door alarm pinging] HELLO! >> HEY, HELLO!

[horn squeaks] >> HOLY [bleep]! >> HEY, HOW YOU DOIN'? >> [laughs]

I'VE SEEN EVERYTHING NOW. >> [laughs] >> WHAT'S YOUR NAME? >> HEY, MAN.

>> GOOD TO SEE YOU. >> HOW ARE YOU? >> HOW ARE YOU? >> GREAT.

>> HEY. >> THAT'S, UH-- >> IS THIS-- >> I'M BOBBER THE CLOWN, AND

TODAY, I'M THINKIN' ABOUT MAKING A TRADE. MY SNOW CONE MACHINE FOR A TABLE SAW.

YOU GUYS ARE RUNNING A LITTLE LATE THERE, YOU KNOW? >> YEAH. >> I'VE BEEN WAITIN' A LONG

TIME. [laughter] >> THIS GUY IS--HE'S A CLOWN. >> YEAH, REALLY A CLOWN.

>> A REAL CLOWN. >> I'VE GOT TO BE TO A SHOW, SO YOU GUYS ARE LATE, SO-- >> WE'RE NOT USED TO THE AREA.

WE APOLOGIZE FOR THAT. >> YEAH. SO TAKE A LOOK AT THE SAW. I'LL SHOW YOU THE SNOW CONE

MACHINE, AND MAYBE WE CAN WORK SOMETHING OUT. >> APPARENTLY, BOBBER IS ON HIS WAY TO A CLOWN GIG, AND THAT'S

WHY HE'S ALL IN THE GETUP. >> IT'S STILL WEIRD. >> THAT'S BEEN USED A LITTLE BIT.

>> WELL, IT'S JUST A LITTLE BIT. IT'S PRACTICALLY BRAND-NEW. >> HAS A CARBIDE BLADE IN IT? >> IT DOES.

>> THAT'S NICE. >> YOU CAN PRETTY MUCH DO ANYTHING WITH THIS SAW. >> SO LET ME SHOW YOU THE SNOW

CONE MACHINE. THIS DOES ABOUT 300 SNOW CONES AN HOUR. IT'S A GREAT MACHINE.

IT WORKS PERFECT, AND YOU CAN GET A BUCK AND A HALF, 2 BUCKS A CONE. >> BUT I'M HOPING WE CAN GET

THIS THING, BECAUSE SNOW CONE MACHINES, THEY'RE WORTH A LOT OF MONEY AND THEY MAKE A LOT OF MONEY.

SO HOW DOES THIS THING WORK? DO YOU PUT ICE IN HERE AND JUST PRESS IT DOWN AND THAT'S HOW IT WORKS?

>> LET ME--LET ME MAKE YOU ONE, OKAY? YOU PUT THE ICE IN THERE. THEN YOU TURN IT ON.

SEE HOW EASY THIS IS. YOU PUT IN ICE, MONEY COMES OUT. >> VERY COOL, MAN. >> SO LET ME MAKE YOU SOME SNOW

CONES. >> OH, MAN. DID HE JUST USE HIS BARE HANDS TO SERVE THAT SNOW CONE?

>> THIS IS BLUEBERRY. AND, UH, TRY THAT RIGHT THERE. DELICIOUS. CHECK THAT OUT.

>> NO GLOVES, HUH? ALL RIGHT. >> YOU KNOW, THIS MACHINE'S PROBABLY WORTH ABOUT $1,000,

THOUGH. >> IT'S A GOOD TRADE THEN. >> WELL, IT--IT'S PRETTY CLOSE. IT'S PRETTY CLOSE, AND LIKE I

SAID, I REALLY DON'T USE THIS A LOT. [phone ringing] >> WELL, WHAT DO YOU THINK?

YOU WANT TO MAKE A DEAL? >> WELL-- [cell phone ringing] UH, JUST A SEC, GUYS.

HI, THIS IS BOBBER THE CLOWN. RIGHGHNOW? OKAY, I'M--I'M ON MY WAY. BYE.

[frantic circus music] >> WHAT ARE YOU DOIN', BOBBER? >> I--I'VE GOT TO GO, GUYS. I'VE ACTUALLY REALLY GOT TO GO.

I'M LATE FOR MY NEXT GIG. >> JUST LIKE THAT, HUH? >> GOT TO GO, GUYS. >> BOBBER!

>> THIS IS NOT HAPPENING. [engine chugs] >> WOW. ONE MINUTE, HE'S DOING TRICKS

FOR US, AND THE NEXT MINUTE, HE'S GONE. >> GONE. BOBBER HAS LEFT THE BUILDING.

>> WHAT THE HELL JUST HAPPENED, MAN? >> I DON'T KNOW. [upbeat rock music]

♪ ♪ >> WE TRIED TO TRADE OUR TABLE SAW FOR A SHAVED-ICE MACHINE, BUT THE CLOWN SPLIT!

>> AND WE REALLY NEED THOSE RADIO ADS IF WE'RE GONNA DRUM UP SOME BUSINESS HERE IN UTAH. >> SO WE GOT ANOTHER HIT ON OUR

SAW, THIS TIME FROM A GUY WHO'S GOT A RIVER RAFT FOR TRADE. >> AND HE AIN'T NO CLOWN. MATT, HOW ARE YOU, MAN?

>> HOW YOU DOING? >> both: STEVE. >> ANTONIO. >> ANTONIO, STEVE, NICE TO MEET

YOU, YEAH. >> I OWN A RIVER RAFTING COMPANY HERE IN THE GORGEOUS PROVO CANYON.

I'VE GOT A LOT OF EXTRA INVENTORY, SO I'M HOPING TO TRADE ONE OF MY RAFTS FOR A TABLE SAW.

>> WELL, THIS IS ALMOST LIKE A PICTURE. TALK ABOUT LOVING YOUR JOB. >> YEAH, IT'S PRETTY ROUGH.

>> IT'S AN ADVENTURE, RIGHT? >> EXACTLY, EXACTLY. >> THAT'S AWESOME. >> SO THIS IS THE SAW THAT I SAW

IN THE AD? >> THAT IS THE SAW. >> THIS IS IT. >> OKAY.

>> YOU WANT TO TAKE A LOOK AT IT, BROTHER? >> YEAH, LET'S TAKE A LOOK AT IT.

>> WHAT ARE YOU LOOKING FOR A SAW FOR, MAN? >> I'M ACTUALLY BUILDING A CABIN.

YOU KNOW, I'M KIND OF DOING IT WITH MY BROTHERS AND MY DAD, AND SO WE'RE LOOKIN' FOR A SAW. I'M ASSUMING IT OBVIOUSLY RUNS

AND EVERYTHING? >> LIKE I SAID, THE GUY DIDN'T USE IT VERY MUCH. IT'S PRACTICALLY BRAND-NEW.

>> YEAH. >> STEVE WANTS THIS SAW TO BUILD A CABIN UP IN THE MOUNTAINS. I THINK THIS IS GONNA BE AN EASY

TRADE. >> YOU GUYS READY TO SEE THE RAFT? >> YEAH, ABSOLUTELY.

>> WELL, THAR SHE BLOWS! >> WOW! >> SO THIS IS A SIX-MAN RAFT? >> IT'S A SIX-MAN RAFT.

>> WHERE--THERE'S ONLY TWO SEATS IN IT. >> YEP. YOU GET TWO BACK HERE.

YOU GOT TWO IN THE MIDDLE. YOU WANT TO SIT UP ON THE SIDES, KEEP YOUR FEET IN THE MIDDLE, AND THEN TWO MORE UP THERE IN

THE VERY FRONT. EVERYONE--THREE PADDLERS ON EACH SIDE, IF YOU EVER USE THIS. >> SO YOU SIT ON THE SIDE?

WHAT IF YOU HAVE BIG RAPIDS? >> THAT'S WHAT THIS IS MADE FOR. THIS IS A SUPER STABLE BOAT. >> WHAT'S WITH THE PATCH?

>> WHAT'S WITH THE PATCH? >> YEAH. >> IT'S GONNA HAPPEN. THIS IS 10 YEARS OLD, SO IT'S--

ACTUALLY ONLY HAS TWO PATCHES, BUT IT'S STILL SUPER DURABLE. I'D LOVE TO HANG ON TO IT, BUT I ACTUALLY NEED THE SAW MORE.

>> MAN, THIS RAFT LOOKS LIKE IT'S SEEN BETTER DAYS, BUT WE'RE NOT HAVIN' THE BEST LUCK TRYING TO TRADE THIS SAW.

>> [smacks lips] >> CAN YOU GIVE US A MINUTE? >> YEAH. >> ALL RIGHT.

>> WHAT ARE YOU THINKING? >> I MEAN, WHAT ARE WE GONNA DO? >> THIS IS A TAKE-IT-OR-LEAVE-IT DEAL.

>> DO YOU THINK IT'S DURABLE? YOU THINK IT'S EVERYTHING HE SAYS IT IS? >> IF WE'RE GONNA TRADE IT TO

SOMEONE, WE NEED TO MAKE SURE THAT IT IS HOLDIN' UP, AND HE'S NOT TRADING IT FOR A REASON. LET'S TEST IT.

LET'S ASK HIM TO TEST IT. >> ALL RIGHT, LET'S DO IT. >> COOL. >> WELL, WHAT'D YOU GUYS COME UP

WITH? >> WELL, TELL YOU WHAT. IF YOU CAN TAKE US DOWN THE RIVER AND SHOW US THIS THING'S

DURABLE AND IT RIDES GOOD, WE CAN MAKE A DEAL. >> LET'S DO IT. YOU GUYS EVER DONE A RIVER

BEFORE? >> NEVER. >> SO PADDLE FORWARD. >> FORWARD.

>> SORRY. [laughter] >> WHOA, WHOA, WHOA, WHOA. >> WHOA.

>> SUPPOSED TO BE GOING THAT WAY. >> SEE, LOOK AT THIS, GUYS. [laughter]

>> HOLY SMOKES, DUDE! >> THIS IS A LOT OF WORK, MAN. >> THIS IS A BREEZE, BOYS. OKAY, SO FORWARD, FORWARD.

>> DUDE, STAY ON YOUR OWN SIDE. >> [laughs] >> WHAT--WHY ARE YOU ON MY SIDE? >> OKAY, BACK PADDLE, BACK

PADDLE, EVERYBODY. >> DUDE, YOU BETTER MAKE IT IN BETWEEN THESE TWO. >> [laughs, shouts]

>> YOU GUYS SAW HOW DURABLE THAT WAS. >> [laughs] >> RIGHT HERE?

ARE WE HERE? ALL RIGHT, COOL. >> WHOO! IT'S JUST SPECTACULAR.

I MEAN, GOING DOWN PROVO CANYON ON A RIVER RAFT IS SOMETHING THAT EVERYBODY HAS TO DO. THAT'S GREAT.

>> SO WHAT DO YOU THINK, STEVE? WE GOT A DEAL? >> NORMALLY, WE ASK THAT QUESTION, MAN, BUT IN THIS CASE,

AFTER THAT, I THINK IT'S A NO-BRAINER, MAN. WE GOT A DEAL, BROTHER. [laughs] >> ALL RIGHT.

>> WE TRADED AN $800 TABLE SAW UP TO A $1,200 RAFT. >> YOU KNOW, OVERALL, I'M ACTUALLY REALLY, REALLY PLEASED

WITH THE TRADE. I GOT MY SAW, SO I CAN START BUILDING MY CABIN, AND THEY ACTUALLY GOT A REALLY, REALLY

NICE RAFT, REALLY DURABLE. >> APPRECIATE IT, MAN. >> YEAH, GUYS. ENJOY THAT RAFT.

>> APPRECIATE IT. >> THANKS, MAN. >> DRIVE SAFE. >> THAT'S THE WILDEST TRADE THAT

WE'VE EVER DONE, AND PROBABLY THE MOST RAPID. >> ENJOY. [upbeat rock music]

♪ ♪ >> WE TRADED CAST IRON PANS UP TO A TENT. TRADED THAT FOR A TABLE SAW,

FAILED WITH A CLOWN AND A SHAVED-ICE MACHINE, BUT ENDED UP WITH A BETTER TRADE FOR A WHITEWATER RAFT.

WE'RE ONE STEP CLOSER TO GETTING SOME RADIO ADVERTISEMENT FOR THE UTAH SHOP. >> I DON'T KNOW ABOUT THIS.

>> WHICH OFFICE IS IT? >> HUH? >> HE SAID IT WAS RIGHT UP HERE ON THE LEFT.

>> WE DON'T EVEN KNOW IF WE'RE GONNA BE ABLE TO TRADE UP FOR THAT RADIO AIRTIME, BUT WE ARE GETTING CLOSER TO TRADING TO

THAT DOUBLE-DECKER BUS. >> SO WE'RE GOING IN TODAY TO LAY DOWN THE TRACK FOR OUR COMMERCIAL.

WE'VE NEVER BEEN IN A RECORDING STUDIO, SO WE HAVE NO IDEA WHAT THE HECK WE ARE DOING. >> OKAY, AND ROLLING.

>> ALL RIGHT, MAN. LET'S HEAR WHAT YOU GOT. [strums guitar] >> [wails]

>> [laughs] >> ♪ ON THE FIRST DAY OF ♪ ♪ BUSINESS, A WOMAN TRADED ME ♪ >> ♪ OH, GIVE ME YOUR TOASTER

FOR A NEW TURKEY ROASTER ♪ >> CAN YOU CARRY A TUNE AT ALL? >> ♪ ON THE FIRST DAY OF ♪ ♪ CHRISTMAS A WOMAN-- ♪

[laughs] >> DUDE. >> THAT'S WHAT IT SOUNDS LIKE, MAN.

>> IT'S "ON THE FIRST DAY OF BUSINESS," MAN. ♪ AY-YI-YI-YI-YI ♪ [trills] >> [whistles] YAH!

[laughter] >> WE'VE GOT TO COME UP WITH A SONG, A JINGLE, TO MAKE THIS HAPPEN.

>> I'M DONE WITH ALL THE COUNTRY STUFF, MAN. WE CAN'T MAKE ANYTHING RHYME. WE CAN'T MAKE ANYTHING SOUND

GOOD. >> WHAT ARE WE GONNA DO? >> I THINK THAT'S A WRAP. >> HEY, LET'S DO A RAP SONG.

>> LET'S DO A RAP SONG, ALL RIGHT. WE STILL GOT THE STUDIO FOR 30 MORE MINUTES.

>> [laughs] IT CAN'T--I CAN'T BE ANY WORSE. ♪ MY NAME IS ANTONIO ♪ [laughter]

NO? ♪ ON THE DOUBLE BUS ♪ >> [beat boxing] >> ♪ ON THE DOUBLE-DUTCH BUS

[laughter] DOUBLE-DUTCH BUS. WHAT ARE WE GONNA DO, MAN? >> YOU'RE KILLIN' ME, MAN.

WE MAY NOT BE THE BEST SINGERS, BUT WE'RE GONNA WORK AS HARD AS WE CAN TO GET THIS RIGHT. >> both: [wailing]

[upbeat rock music] ♪ ♪

>> SO WE GOT A HIT FROM A GUY WHO WANTS OUR WHITEWATER RIVER RAFT. >> HE'S GOT A TRAILER TO TRADE,

AND THAT COULD BE JUST WHAT WE NEED TO GET THAT DOUBLE-DECKER BUS. >> HOW YOU DOIN'?

>> NOT BAD. >> YOU MARTIN? >> I'M MARTIN. >> HOW YOU DOIN'? I'M ANTONIO.

>> STEVE. >> MARTIN. I'M SURPRISED YOU CITY SLICKERS FOUND IT. [laughter]

>> YEAH, RIGHT. >> LET ME ASK YOU A QUESTION. DOES THAT MOUNTAIN HAVE A NAME UP THERE?

>> WELL, I LIKE TO CALL IT MY MOUNTAIN. >> YOUR MOUNTAIN, ALL RIGHT. >> MY MOUNTAIN.

THIS PLACE IS MINE. MY FAMILY'S BEEN HERE FOR FOUR GENERATIONS. WE HAVE A LOT OF EQUIPMENT

LAYIN' AROUND, AND TODAY, I'M THINKING ABOUT TRADING IN MY CAR TRAILER FOR A WHITEWATER RAFT. HERE'S MY BABY.

IT'S A NICE TRAILER, TB, A2. IT'S ABOUT TWO, THREE YEARS OLD. >> AND THERE'S NOTHING WRONG WITH THE TILT?

IT ALL WORKS? >> THERE'S NOT. WE'VE BEEN USING IT IN THE USUAL FARM STUFF UP HERE.

>> BRAKES WORK GOOD? THEY'RE ALL IN GOOD SHAPE? >> OH, YEAH. YEAH. VERY NICE HITCH ON IT, AND THIS

THING CAN HOLD A TON. I'VE HAD ALL OF MY TOYS ON HERE. >> YOU COULD TELL RIGHT AWAY, HE'S AN ADRENALINE JUNKIE.

WE'RE GONNA MAKE THIS DEAL HAPPEN SOME WAY OR ANOTHER. >> ALL RIGHT, MAN. IF YOU READ THE LISTING, THEN

YOU PROBABLY FOUND OUT IT'S AN 11-FOOT, 6-PERSON, SELF-BAILING UNIT, WHICH MEANS THE WATER COMES OUT AUTOMATICALLY IF IT

TAKES IN WATER. >> OH, NICE. >> OTHER THAN THAT, I MEAN, IT FLOATS.

THAT'S ALWAYS A GOOD THING WITH A RAFT. >> THAT'S--YEAH, DEFINITELY. [laughter]

>> YOU CARE IF I JUMP ON IN? >> YOU CAN DO ANYTHING YOU WANT, MAN. >> I SEE A PATCH HERE, AND I SEE

A PATCH OVER THERE. IS THAT YOU GUYS OR WHAT? >> IT'S BEEN PROFESSIONALLY PATCHED.

>> OKAY. >> I MEAN, YOU'RE GONNA GET PATCHES ON IT, THOUGH. AND THIS THING DOES HIT ROCKS.

IT'S NOT A CANOE, YOU KNOW? >> [laughs] BY THE WAY, WHAT IS THIS ESTIMATED AT?

>> 1,200 USED. >> OKAY. >> MARTIN CHECKS OUT THE RAFT, AND I COULD TELL HE LIKES IT.

THIS SHOULD BE A FAIRLY EASY TRADE. >> YOU SAID YOU'RE PRETTY MUCH DONE WITH THIS TRAILER, AREN'T

YOU? >> I AM, YES, BUT I WANTED A BIGGER RAFT. YOU GUYS ARE VALUING IT AROUND

1,200? >> WHAT ARE YOU VALUING THIS THING AT? >> AROUND 2,500.

THAT'S WHERE I'M A LITTLE BIT WORRIED. >> YEAH, BUT IF YOU'RE NOT USING THIS AND YOU'LL USE THAT, WHAT'S

THAT WORTH? >> YOU'RE A GOOD SELLER. I USED TO BE A CAR SALESMAN, AND A VERY DAMN GOOD ONE.

I KNOW ALL THE TACTICS. I SEE 'EM TRYING TO PULL STUFF ON ME? NOT GONNA HAPPEN.

BUT HOW'S THIS? I TAKE THE RAFT, YOU GIVE ME 1,000 BUCKS, AND YOU TAKE THIS HOME.

THAT ALMOST MAKES IT--I'M STILL TAKING, LIKE, A $300 LOSS FROM WHAT YOU GUYS ESTIMATED AT COMPARED TO WHAT THIS IS.

>> OH, NO. HERE WE GO AGAIN. >> WHY IS IT WHEN YOU COME TO A TRADE, PEOPLE STILL ALWAYS WANT

CASH? THE OFFER WAS TO TRADE. >> NO MONEY, NO DEAL, MAN. IT'S HALF THE VALUE OF WHAT THAT

THING IS, AND YOU'RE KILLIN' ME HERE.

>> NO MONEY, NO DEAL, MAN. AND YOU'RE KILLIN' ME HERE. >> YOU CALLED US 'CAUSE YOU WANTED TO MAKE A TRADE.

>> RIGHT. >> AND WE DON'T BRING 1,000 BUCKS, MAN. WE WERE EXPECTING A STRAIGHT

ACROSS TRADE, MAN. >> AND SOMETHING TELLS ME NOTHING CAME OUT OF YOUR POCKET ON IT.

>> TRUE, OKAY-- >> WHAT ARE YOU REALLY OUT? >> IT'S A NICE RAFT. THIS THING'S DOUBLE THE VALUE,

MAN. >> WHY DON'T WE-- >> DOUBLE THE VALUE. >> YOU KNOW, I USED TO WORK IN

CAR SALES TOO. I KNOW EXACTLY WHAT HE'S TRYIN' TO DO. LET US TALK REAL QUICK AND WE'LL

KIND OF GET OUT OF YOUR HAIR IF THIS AIN'T GONNA WORK. >> YEAH, YEAH. GO AHEAD, MAN.

>> I THINK HE'S STUCK ON HIS CAR SALESMAN PAST, AND HE WANTS TO PROVE THAT HE'S STILL GOT IT. I THINK IT'S A FARCE, MAN.

I THINK HE'S CALLING OUR BLUFF. I DON'T THINK HE THINKS WE'LL LEAVE. >> YOU KNOW, IF THERE'S ONE

THING I LEARNED FROM MY CAR DAYS IS YOU GOT TO BE READY TO WALK AWAY FROM A DEAL, EVEN IF IT'S A GOOD ONE.

YOU JUST GOT TO BE READY TO DO IT. >> JUST TELL HIM WE'RE NOT INTERESTED, AND THAT'S THE

BOTTOM LINE. >> AND THEN WE REALLY LEAVE, RIGHT? >> YEAH.

>> OKAY. >> ABSOLUTELY. >> OKAY, JUST MAKIN' SURE. >> WELL, MARTIN, WE'RE SORRY TO

SAY THAT WE PROBABLY CAN'T MAKE A TRADE TODAY, MAN. SO IT WAS NICE MEETING YOU OUT HERE.

THANKS FOR GIVIN' US THE OPPORTUNITY. >> SERIOUSLY NOT GONNA GO, HUH? >> NO, MAN, IT'S--

>> NO. >> NO? >> WE'LL--WE'RE GONNA GET OUT OF HERE, BROTHER.

>> ALL RIGHT, MAN. >> ALL RIGHT, TAKE IT EASY, MAN. >> GOOD SEEING YOU. >> TAKE IT EASY, MARTIN.

>> HOLD UP A SECOND! HOLD UP A SECOND. HOLD UP A SEC. >> WHAT'S GOIN' ON, MAN?

>> YOU GUYS ARE JUST GONNA WALK PAST THIS? >> YEAH, ABSOLUTELY, MAN. WE DON'T PUT MONEY OUT ON A

TRADE, SO WE'RE GONNA HAVE TO PASS UP ON THIS. >> [sighs] ALL RIGHT.

LET'S JU--LET'S JUST DEAL. JUST GET ME ON THE WATER. GIVE ME MY RAFT. >> [laughs]

YOU'RE GONNA BE HAPPY, MAN. THIS WAS NOT AN EASY DEAL, BUT WE'RE THAT MUCH CLOSER TO GETTIN' OUR DOUBLE-DECKER BUS,

AND THOSE RADIO SPOTS FOR OUR SHOP. >> ADIOS, AMIGO. >> ALL RIGHT, MAN.

DON'T SELL THAT THING! WE'LL BE BACK TO PICK IT UP, ALL RIGHT? >> I CONSIDER MYSELF A GOOD

NEGOTIATOR, BUT THOSE GUYS GOT ME. IT WASN'T EXACTLY A GREAT DEAL, BUT I'LL ENJOY IT A LOT MORE

WHEN I'M ON THE WATER. >> ALL RIGHT, BROTHER. >> ENJOY THE TRAILER, MAN. [upbeat rock music]

♪ ♪ >> WE GOT THE TRAILER. NOW WE'RE GOING BACK TO MAKE THE DEAL FOR THE DOUBLE-DECKER BUS.

>> DAVE TOLD US IF WE BRING HIM SOMETHING THAT COULD HELP HIS BUSINESS, HE'D ENTERTAIN MAKING A TRADE.

>> I DEFINITELY THINK WE'VE BROUGHT HIM SOMETHING THAT'LL DEFINITELY HELP HIS BUSINESS. >> RADIO ADS, HERE WE COME.

♪ ♪ >> HOW'S IT BEEN GOIN'? >> PRETTY GOOD. >> ALL RIGHT.

>> STEVE AND ANTONIO VISITED ME HERE A WHILE AGO AND TOOK A LOOK AT MY BUS AND SAID THEY'D LIKE TO TRADE FOR IT.

WELL, THEY SHOWED UP TODAY, AND THEY HAD A CAR TRAILER. >> SO WHAT DO YOU THINK? >> WELL, LET ME TAKE A LOOK AT

IT. >> TIRES ARE IN GOOD SHAPE. THERE'S NO RUST ON IT. THE METAL'S REALLY GOOD.

IT'S GOT HYDRAULIC BRAKES. >> TAILLIGHTS WORK? >> EVERYTHING WORKS ON IT. WORKS GREAT TOO.

>> LITTLE BIT OF A DENT THERE. >> THAT'S ABOUT THE ONLY THING WRONG WITH IT RIGHT THERE. IT'S GOT A LITTLE DENT.

>> I WAS KIND OF HOPING YOU'D BRING ME A TOW TRUCK. >> IF WE BROUGHT YOU A TOW TRUCK, YOU'D HAVE TO BE

CERTIFIED TO DRIVE THE TOW TRUCK. >> BUT WHEN YOU HAVE THIS THING, ANY OF YOUR GUYS CAN HOOK IT UP

TO THEIR CAR IF THEY HAVE A TOW HITCH AND GO. I MEAN YOU DON'T HAVE TO WAIT FOR ONE EMPLOYEE TO BE--TO BE

FREE. >> WELL, THAT'S TRUE, YEAH. WE'VE GOT TRUCKS TO PULL IT. WHAT DO YOU THINK IT'S WORTH?

>> I THINK $2,500 EASILY. >> A $2,500 TRAILER FOR A $5,000 BUS, UH--I JUST DON'T KNOW. >> THIS THING IS GONNA NOT ONLY

MAKE YOU MONEY, BUT YOU'RE GONNA BE ABLE TO USE THIS FOR WORK EVERY DAY. I MEAN, THAT THING'S JUST

SITTING THERE COLLECTING DUST. >> LIKE I TOLD YOU THE OTHER DAY, I'M MARRIED TO MY BUSINESS. THIS TRUCK--THIS BUS HAS BEEN

WITH US FOR A LONG TIME. >> OUR BUSINESS IS EVERYTHING TO US, TOO. STEVE AND I STARTED A BUSINESS

IN CALIFORNIA TOGETHER, AND WE STARTED OUT REAL SMALL AND WORKED OUR WAY UP. WE DECIDED TO COME TO UTAH AND

START A BUSINESS. >> RIGHT. >> WE'RE STARTING OUT SLOWLY, AND WE COULD USE A LITTLE HAND.

>> DAVE, LET ME ASK YOU SOMETHING, MAN. WHEN YOU WERE STARTING OUT, DID ANYBODY CUT YOU A BREAK?

I MEAN, I'M SURE YOU CAN REMEMBER ALONG THE WAY, SOMEBODY DID SOMETHING FOR YOU OR WITH YOU THAT YOU CAN REMEMBER

SAYING, "YOU KNOW WHAT? THAT GUY DID ME A SOLID." >> FROM ONE BUSINESSMAN TO THE OTHER, YOU KNOW, WE COULD USE A

LITTLE HELP. YOU WANT TO MAKE A DEAL? >> ONE BUSINESSMAN TO ANOTHER, IF YOU'RE GONNA TAKE CARE OF MY

BABY, LET'S MAKE A DEAL. >> ALL RIGHT, THANKS, DAVE. WE TRADED A $2,500 CAR TRAILER FOR A $5,000 DOUBLE-DECKER BUS.

>> AS LONG AS THE BUS GETS GOOD TREATMENT. IF IT'S HERE IN TOWN, I'LL BE PROUD OF IT.

I'M SORRY TO SEE THAT BUS GO, BUT I CAN USE THAT TRAILER. I'M HELPIN' THEM GROW THEIR BUSINESS.

I'M HAPPY TO MAKE A DEAL. >> DO YOU MIND IF WE USE ONE OF YOUR BAYS TO PAINT THIS THING IN IT?

>> MIGHT AS WELL. LET'S GET STARTED. >> THESE ARE A LITTLE TIGHT. >> [laughs]

WE COULD GO DO A VEGAS SHOW IN ONE OF THESE.

LET'S DO THIS IN SHIFTS. FAIR ENOUGH? >> FAIR ENOUGH. >> ALL RIGHT.

YOU DO ONE MORE SHIFT, AND I'LL TAKE OVER. >> OH, GREAT, THANKS. [upbeat rock music]

♪ ♪ >> WE PUT IN A LOT OF HOURS AND A LOT OF HARD WORK, MAN, BUT WE WORKED WONDERS GETTIN' THIS BUS

HERE. >> WONDERS? WE WORKED MIRACLES ON THIS BUS. WHAT ARE YOU TALKIN' ABOUT?

NO MATTER WHAT GOES DOWN WITH THIS DEAL, I'M PROUD OF THIS BUS. >> ARE YOU EASILY IMPRESSED?

>> NO. >> LET'S, UH, LET'S BRING HER ON IN. >> WHOO!

[air horn blares] >> ARE YOU KIDDING ME? >> [laughs] [air horn blares]

>> WHOO! >> YOU FOUND A DOUBLE-DECKER BUS? >> THERE YOU GO, MAN.

>> THERE IT IS. >> [laughs] >> BAM! YOU KNOW, REALLY, I JUST THREW

THE DOUBLE-DECKER BUS THING OUT THERE BECAUSE I THOUGHT IT WOULD BE VIRTUALLY IMPOSSIBLE TO FIND. I CAN'T BELIEVE THEY PULLED IT

OFF. HOLY COW! >> WHAT? >> YOU FOUND THAT IN UTAH?

>> YEAH, WE DID. IT TOOK SOME DOING, I'LL TELL YOU THAT. THIS IS A 1963 DOUBLE-DECKER BUS

FROM ACROSS THE POND. YOU'RE NOT GONNA FIND A LOT OF THESE AROUND. JUST DRIVIN' THIS BUS, I FEEL

LIKE I'M BACK IN LONDON. HIP, HIP, CHEERIO! WAIT, WHAT DO THEY SAY IN LONDON?

>> HOLY COW. YOU COULD FIT THE ENTIRE RADIO STATION IN HERE. >> SHAWN'S GOT THE BIGGEST SMILE

ON HIS FACE. I COULD TELL HE LOVES IT. >> SO WHAT DO YOU THINK? WE GOT A DEAL, SHAWN?

$7,000 WORTH OF ADVERTISEMENT FOR THIS BUS? >> $7,000? >> THE WAY WE FIXED IT UP AND

MADE IT LOOK, MAN? I MEAN, IT'S WORTH MORE THAN THAT JUST BASED ON RARITY. >> WE WERE HOPIN' YOU'D KICK IN

A LITTLE BIT EXTRA. >> DON'T PUSH IT. >> THIS THING'S GOLD. GOLD ON WHEELS.

YOU COULD PUT YOUR DJs' FACES ON THE WINDOWS. IS THERE ANY OTHER RADIO STATION IN TOWN THAT HAS ANYTHING CLOSE

TO THIS? >> NOTHING LIKE THIS. >> YOU WANTED SOMETHING THAT WAS GONNA REALLY GRAB SOME

ATTENTION. I THINK WE PRETTY MUCH DELIVERED THAT. SO WHAT DO YOU THINK?

WE GOT A DEAL, SHAWN? >> WE GOT A DEAL. >> OH, THANKS. WE JUST TRADED A DOUBLE-DECKER

BUS FOR $7,000 WORTH OF RADIO ADVERTISEMENT. >> WE COULD GET A MEGAPHONE AND HAVE HIM SIT UP THERE.

YOU CAN DRIVE AROUND TOWN AND HE CAN SCREAM "K-BULL" ALL THE WAY. >> K-BULL! >> I LIKE THAT.

[laughter] >> K-BULL, ON THE RADIO! >> I'VE BEEN IN THE BUSINESS FOR 35 YEARS, AND I'VE NEVER DONE

ANYTHING QUITE LIKE THIS. THANK YOU. HERE'S THE CONTRACT. >> THANK YOU.

>> $7,000 IN ADVERTISING. >> NOW I JUST CAN'T WAIT FOR OUR JINGLE TO START AIRING, AND THE BUSINESS TO START ROLLIN' IN.

>> WE STARTED WITH CAST IRON PANS. >> TRADED THOSE TO A TENT... >> TO A TABLE SAW.

>> FAILED WITH A SHAVED-ICE MACHINE... >> BUT THEN GOT A WHITEWATER RAFT.

>> TRADED THAT FOR A CAR TRAILER... >> UP TO A DOUBLE-DECKER BUS... >> AND TRADED THAT FOR $7,000

WORTH OF RADIO ADVERTISEMENT FOR OUR NEW UTAH SHOP. NOW I JUST HOPE OUR JINGLE DOESN'T SOUND TOO CRAPPY.

>> EVERYBODY, IT'S ON! THE COMMERCIAL! THE DAY HAS FINALLY ARRIVED. OUR FIRST RADIO SPOT IS ABOUT

TO AIR. SHH, HERE IT COMES. QUIET, QUIET. QUIET, QUIET.

>> ♪ MY NAME'S ANTONIO ♪ >> ♪ AND MY NAME IS STEVE ♪ >> ♪ IT'S TRADING THAT WE DO ♪ >> both: ♪ TIME TO GET DOWN

>> ♪ I SAY EXPRESS ♪ >> ♪ I SAY TRADE ♪ >> ♪ EXPRESS! ♪ >> ♪ TRADE! ♪

>> ♪ EXPRESS! ♪ >> both: ♪ TRADE! ♪ >> ♪ SHELVES ARE STOCKED ♪ ♪ FROM CEILING TO FLOOR

IF NOT IN STOCK ♪ ♪ WE'LL TRADE FOR MORE ♪ >> ♪ I SAY EXPRESS ♪ >> ♪ I SAY TRADE

>> ♪ EXPRESS! ♪ >> ♪ TRADE! ♪ >> ♪ EXPRESS! ♪ >> both: ♪ TRADE! ♪

BAH-BAM! >> YEAH! [cheers and applause] WHOO!

>> THAT WAS AWESOME. >> HOW COULD ANYBODY HAVE DOUBTED US? >> MAN, WE COULDAVE A WHOLE

CAREER AS JINGLE MAKERS. >> THAT'S WHAT I'M TALKIN' ABOUT. >> I DON'T THINK JAY-Z HAS

ANYTHING TO WORRY ABOUT, BUT IT WAS PRETTY TIGHT. >> I LIKE IT, MAN. I THINK IT TURNED OUT GOOD.

IT'LL BRING PEOPLE DOWN. >> both: ♪ BAH-BAM, BAH-BAM ♪ ♪ BAH-BAM ♪ >> BAH-BAM!

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