Storage Wars: Top 4 Couple Fights w/ Brandi & Jarrod | A&E

Storage Wars: Top 4 Couple Fights w/ Brandi & Jarrod | A&E


Should I bowl it?
Oh, my god.
Are you going to bowl right now?
Yeah, I told you so.
Watch your feet.
Oh, my god.

Oh.
Oh, my god.
Are you OK?

I’m feeling really good.
There’s nothing that could
put me in a bad mood today.
It’s going to be awesome.
[CRASH]
[GASPS] Of course,
he wrecks my car.
[LAUGHS] [CLAPS] Yay!
Oh, excellent.
[BLEEP] Hey, Brandi.
I hit a pole.
[LAUGHS]
JARROD: So much for buying
a bunch of lockers today.
Now I’ve got to pay to fix
Brandi’s car and the pole.
Come on.
Wait.
Up– go on a little
far– now go back.
What?
Back.
Oh, you broke the radio.
Seriously?
Even when he’s not driving,
he’s backing into things.
This day just keeps
getting more expensive.
Look at this thing.
Whoa.
What is it– a reptile–
what is it?
I think you incubate snakes,
or lizards, or something.
You want to
start a snake farm?
No.
I’d rather be locked in
a room with 100 clowns–
[TOY LAUGHS]
–than go near a snake.
Well, I’ll tell you what.
Why don’t we go
get it checked out?
We’ll buy some
snake [INAUDIBLE]..
We’ll take it back to the house.
Whatever grows,
that’s what we raise.
There has got to be
something else in this locker.
Right?
Are you sure you don’t want
to just do this by yourself?
I could wait in the car.
We’re getting our incubator
checked out at a place with–
you guessed it– snakes.

Cool.
That’s a reptile incubator.
And a brand new
top-of-the-line incubator–
what could they go for?
They have incubators that zoos
use that are $50,000, $60,000.
What do we got here?
I’m pretty confident this
is all in working order.
Everything looks great.

I think $300 all day.
– 300 bucks?
– That’s great.
I told you it was worth money.
I told you that
was a good unit.
– [LAUGHS]
– Great.
Now Jarrod can buy
me a new bumper.
Let’s get the
[BLEEP] out of here.
If you’re ready to
go, I’m ready to go.
And here we go.
How much money,
what’s your pleasure.
50 bucks?
50 right there.
[AUCTIONEER CHANT]

100 going once.
100 going twice.
On its way, Brandi.
OK, there.
At $75.
– I wasn’t bidding.
– We’re good.
He thought you bid,
but that’s all right.
I wasn’t bidding.
DAN DOTSON: All
right, lock it up.
Next case.
Was I talking with my
hands a lot right now?
I wasn’t paying attention.
I love it when
Brandi’s frustrated.
Wait a minute.
That gives me an idea.
[AUCTIONEER CHANT]
JARROD: You bought that one?
This is working out great.
It’s not funny.
JARROD: I didn’t bid.
How would I bid?
I was all the way over here.
Get ready, folks.
Get a good look.
Woo!
DAN DOTSON: [AUCTIONEER CHANT]
Sold that way, Brandi.
You got it for $100, Brandi.
JARROD: Brandi–
BRANDI: Please, please.
You know what?
We’re not going to
bid on this unit.
DAN DOTSON: [AUCTIONEER CHANT]
Sold this way.
Brandi, you got it for $65.
JARROD: You are knocking
them down right now.
Stop it!
[BLEEP]
Woo!
JARROD: We’re not going
to bid on this unit.
Please don’t.
DAN DOTSON: Going once, 140.
Sold that your way. $140.
Brandi.
JARROD: You are bidding
recklessly right now.
DAN DOTSON: [AUCTIONEER CHANT]

Sold this way.
Brandi, you got it for $220.
Brandi.
JARROD: Woo.
Brandi is a buying machine.
Got this [BLEEP] on fire.
The load from
Koreatown just arrived.
And I’m dying to find out
how Brandi did on those units
she bought.
BRANDI: I hate to say
it, but Jarrod’s nonsense
might have paid off this time.
JARROD: Uh-oh.
BRANDI: Whoa.
Might be something good.
BRANDI: There’s pink
peanuts in there.
Is it a head?
Is it an ashtray?

Whoa.
What is it?
A teacup.
These are pretty unique.
I’ve never seen cups like this.
You think this matches this?
Maybe.
They might be worth something.
See if I can find somebody
to tell us about them.
I feel like we’re
at a point now we
can let these guys just finish.
Get those tea cup
thingies checked out.
Maybe get some tea.
– I’d love to.
– Yeah.
We could go–
BRANDI: I could go for
some tea right now.
Yeah, we could go for tea.
BRANDI: We pinkie up?
Oh, yeah.
All the way.
JARROD: We’re going to the Rose
Tree Cottage to see Edmund.
Hopefully, he can tell
us something about
these bizarre tea cups we have.
May I introduce you to Mary?
This is Mary Fry.
Hi, Mary.
Brandi.
Is this one
person’s collection?
BRANDI: Yes.
I was curious about these.
Is it for the spoon?
Well, actually, no, no.
No, it’s for the
moustache, of course.
Men would have rather
fine moustaches.
And of course, they were waxed.
So this stopped the wax
from getting wet when
they were having their tea.
It’d be terrible if I spent a
lot of time waxing my moustache
and then getting tea on it.
This is probably the largest
collection we’ve had come by.
My family’s been in the
tea business for 200 years.
It’s a very nice find.
JARROD: Thank you.
Fantastic.
How much are they worth?
Well, I would say emphatically
no less than $2,500.
It’s quite a collection.
Oh, my gosh.
Wow.
I should buy
[INAUDIBLE] more often.
Yeah.
– You did really well.
I’m really good at this.
Hear that, Jarrod?
My lockers were a hit.
We’re going to have to come
up with some kind of strategy
then.
Because I don’t
want to not get it.
BRANDI: Do you have any ideas?
I’ll stay down
here by these guys.
And you go stand down there.
And we’ll bid
against each other.
Have to throw them off.
They won’t know what’s going on.
It’s your classic divide
and conquer strategy.
DAN DOTSON: All
right, here we go.
[INAUDIBLE]
What’s your pleasure.
What are you going to pay, say.
And how much, how much.
BRANDI: This isn’t a strategy.
It’s a suicide mission.
Here!
DAN DOTSON: [AUCTIONEER CHANT]
1,050 going once.
1,050.
1,100 bucks, you’re out.
11, 1,100.
Got to go against–
Yeah.
DAN DOTSON: 1,100.
11 and a half.
11 and a half, 1,150.
11 and a half–
and now 12.
[AUCTIONEER CHANT]
Yep!
DAN DOTSON: [AUCTIONEER CHANT]

Yep!
DAN DOTSON: 13.
1,350 going twice.
Going to go against what?
Yeah.
DAN DOTSON: 1,350.
1,400.
[AUCTIONEER CHANT]
See, that’s why I’m
not standing next to her.
DAN DOTSON: [AUCTIONEER CHANT]
Sold it for 1,550 bucks.
Brandi, Jarrod.
Jarrod, Brandi.
BRANDI: You’re lucky you’re
standing way the [BLEEP]
over there.
JARROD: Do you want to
talk some more, Brandi?
No.
Clearly, my talking to you
doesn’t do any [BLEEP]..
Maybe it’s working miracles.
Remember how I used to be before
you started talking to me?
Brandi only wanted to
spend $700 on this unit.
But I went ahead
and paid $1,350.
I don’t know.
It seemed like a good idea.
This bedroom set’s easy.
800 bucks.
BRANDI: What?
JARROD: Yeah.
BRANDI: Come on.
– Let’s see what it looks like.
Every piece of this
furniture has scratches on it.
Jarrod spent too
much on this room.
So now he’s going to
try to make everything
sound better than it is.
How much?
Go ahead.
Give me your price.
400 bucks.
JARROD: You are
obnoxious today, Brandi.
The bedroom set is 600 bucks.
Brandi’s got that “I was right”
look on her face already.
Please let there be something
good in these boxes.
I don’t want to
say you were right.
And I definitely don’t
want to say I was wrong.
So eh–
This was a lesson for you?
No, I don’t learn lessons.
Come on.
I really thought he was
going to stick to the game plan
this time.
What was I thinking?

I’m thinking [INAUDIBLE].
What?
[INAUDIBLE] for 200.
Yes.
I guess I’m
getting out of here.
Brandi, come here.
Come here.
You, hey.
[WHISTLES]
What?

Why?
Why not a million?
Well, you know what?
Even if it was canceling them
right away, we could use them.
DAN DOTSON: [AUCTIONEER CHANT]
450 going once.
[AUCTIONEER CHANT]
5,550.
5,650.
[AUCTIONEER CHANT]
I hate to say it, but I
may have created a monster.
Yeah.
DAN DOTSON: 6,450.
She’s in at 65 and a half.
Who’s in?
None of your damn business.
I got 6,550.
6,650.
Going once.
I got 6,550 going twice.
Got to go.
Fair warning.
Then I’m going to go with that.
6,650 now.
66 and a half.
Jarrod isn’t
going to be happy,
but I’m going one more time.
DAN DOTSON: 6,750 going twice.
6,750 going once.
6,750 going twice.
6,750.
6- and a half now.
I’ve got 68 and a half.
[AUCTIONEER CHANT]
6,850 going once, twice.
68–
[AUCTIONEER CHANT]
Sold out your way.
6,750 big bucks, Brandi, Jarrod.
All right!
Woo!
Wow!
DAN DOTSON: [INAUDIBLE]
67 and a half your way.
JARROD: Brandi just spent $7,000
that we’ll never see again.
She can deal with
this unit on her own.
Yeah.
This is an awesome unit.
I cannot wait to start one of
these up and go for a ride.
Oh.

I’m a little surprised that
the first quad didn’t start.
So I’m going to check the
other two, just to be safe.
This one doesn’t–
I don’t think this one has gas.
OK, I just blew 7 grand on three
quads, and they won’t start.
I’m a little worried.
We’re at the Milestone
Motocross track
to find out if 7 grand for the
three quads was a good buy.
Oh, [BLEEP].
This is out of control.
So about these quads–
someone called me to come
check it out for you guys.
These are the quads we got.
We got them all out
of a storage unit.
The only problem we have
right now is the bikes
don’t currently run.
But say we throw a battery
in there, and it’s running.
What are they worth?
Well, for this one,
the 04, which is fast,
you’re probably looking at
a good solid 3,800 bucks.
How much do you think
we’re looking for this thing?
This one right
here, you’re probably
looking at an easy 4 grand.
4,000 bucks?
$4,000.
And this one’s
similar, a year newer.
You’re probably looking
at a good 4,300 to 4,500.
Jarrod doesn’t like
to admit when I’m right.
But if these quads start,
I’ll have the last laugh.
Here we go.
Do or die time.
Let’s try to start them.
[INAUDIBLE]
[REVS ENGINE]
Oh!

We’re getting better.
BRANDI: All three
quads are running.
And I made a profit of 5 grand.
So from now on,
Jarrod needs to check
with me before he buys toys.

80 thoughts on “Storage Wars: Top 4 Couple Fights w/ Brandi & Jarrod | A&E”

  1. These two were pathetic when I watched Storage Wars, both were self serving, money obsessed, white trailer trash. That’s why I stopped watching their trashy ravings. Now they drag their misery onto YouTube it is almost like a zombie infection.

  2. The fact that this show is staged and the producers probably asked those two morons to make those mistakes on purpose makes this show extra weird.

  3. Hahahahahaha…..i LOL for sure. My Hubby wants to quit his job and do this for a living. I agree tho, if the payout is worth it considering the work involved. Worked with Hubby for over 15 years building houses, so we have that kind of work relationship where we do argue and it can be entertaining…..or Not. LOL

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