A customer demands a discount when Jarrett fails to deliver a shipment of surfboards on time; Marc agrees to transport a monster truck, only to learn the vehicle has no "travel wheels." (Repeat)
Fri 2/27 12:00 PM
Duration: 30 minutes
|"Damaged Goods" A customer demands a discount when Jarrett fails to deliver a shipment of surfboards on time; Marc agrees to transport a monster truck, only to learn the vehicle has no "travel wheels." (Repeat)||AETV|
|"Can't See the Sherwood Forest for the Trees" Tamera and Todd learn their giant Robin Hood statue load is damaged; Samko discovers she will be hauling more trees than expected. (Repeat)||AETV|
|"Crying for Your Art" Jarrett is all thumbs when it comes to handling a one-of-a-kind art piece; Marc raises and transports a massive sculpture garden. (Repeat)||AETV|
|"Looney Tunes Blues" Jenn tangles with a transit bus while hauling a load of Looney Tunes memorabilia; Dusty sets a record as he transports more than four tons of vinyl albums. (Repeat)||AETV|
|"Fire and Rescue" Jarrett takes over an odd shipment for Jenn after she receives sad family news; Dusty gets involved in the transport of two antique fire engines. (Repeat)||AETV|
|"Big Bertha & the Molar Express" Jenn hauls a massive bass drum belonging to the University of Texas Longhorn Band; Todd and Tamera must move a large train replica to a dental office. (Repeat)||AETV|
|"Broken Dolls & Duck Boat Stalls" Jarrett attempts to protect antique Christmas dolls from cold conditions; Chris Kikelhan moves a WWII-era amphibious vehicle.||AETV|
|"Broken Dolls & Duck Boat Stalls" Jarrett attempts to protect antique Christmas dolls from cold conditions; Chris Kikelhan moves a WWII-era amphibious vehicle. (Repeat)||AETV|
You won't hear the phrase ``free shipping'' uttered in this real-life series. It follows heavy-duty movers as they battle for the chance to transport items that traditional carriers won't touch, from bulky loads such as a Civil War cannon to bizarre items like a water buffalo. The competition begins each day when thousands of shipments are put up for auction online, and the truckers who make the lowest bids get the loads. It's a high-stakes game, figuring out what shipments are worth the time and money to move them, but the bottom line is these haulers -- rookies and seasoned vets alike -- will deliver anything if the price is right.
Program data from Tribune Media Services, Inc.