Marc is forced to call Jenn when he needs help moving a monster-sized load from the television show "The Munsters"; Todd and Tamera transport a lunar lander.
Todd and Tamara transport a cape used by actor Val Kilmer in "Batman Forever"; a distracted Jenn struggles to safely move a 1970s recording console.
Todd and Tamara transport iconic clay character Gumby to a 60-year celebration; oversize vegetables get mixed while in Jenn's care.
Dusty transports "Star Wars" movie memorabilia and a huge "Kung Fu Panda" statue; Samko arranges to haul a famous bus that has seen better days.
Chris struggles to transport a fire-breathing disco robot to a music festival; Dusty encounters a demanding client with a fiberglass castle.
Animal lover Jenn moves six large Bengal tigers; the delivery of mythological figures to a residential neighborhood forces Marc to gets creative.
Jarrett attempts to protect antique Christmas dolls from cold conditions; Chris Kikelhan moves a WWII-era amphibious vehicle.
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.
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.
Jarrett is all thumbs when it comes to handling a one-of-a-kind art piece; Marc raises and transports a massive sculpture garden.
Tamera and Todd learn their giant Robin Hood statue load is damaged; Samko discovers she will be hauling more trees than expected.
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.
A blown tire en route to Denver threatens Marc's delicate delivery of an 11-foot-tall glass water pipe; Samko is tasked to move an entire barn.
Jenn is tasked with moving an animatronic robot band known as the Rock-afire Explosion; newcomer Chris Kikelhan hauls tornado storm shelters on his first assignment.
Jarrett's shipment involves a very large hog; Samko clashes with a father over the hauling of a handcrafted, pirate-themed playground.
Jenn races to deliver a 16-foot-tall Power Ranger in time for a child's birthday party; Todd and Tamera haul vampiric items to New Orleans.
Jenn wins a black light putt-putt golf course; Todd and Tamera need rappelling skills for their modern art pickup.
A family's history and Marc's attitude threaten the relaunch of a homemade houseboat; Jarrett's load comes with a crazy traveling companion.
Dusty gets a job transporting hundreds of live butterflies; Jarrett's bullion run becomes a huge fiasco.
After bidding above her weight class, Jenn and Samko team up, but when Jenn withholds information Samko makes threats; Dusty takes on expensive geese decoys.
Jessica moves a bizarre carnival-type attraction and a side load of baby swans; Jarrett hauls a repurposed vending machine to Chicago.
Jarrett has a big problem on his hands when an oversize chair won't fit down the stairs; things heat up when Marc transports wine across the country.
Side loads create unexpected problems as Dusty transports a sculpture; Marc makes a rookie mistake when he moves an antique camper.
Todd and Tamera contend with trailer issues and engine trouble as they move a giant dog toy; Jenn hauls moon rocks from Houston to Phoenix.
Todd and Tamera engage in a monster move; Dusty takes on travel companions of the strong, silent type.
Jessica agrees to transport a seller's beloved item; Dusty braves the desert heat as he moves a giant cow skull.
Jarrett moves a strange sculpture to assorted locations in the Bay Area; a large piece of Americana may not be safe in Jessica's hands.
Jenn learns that the load of medical equipment she is hauling is not quite what she expected; Todd and Tamera make their way through New York City.
Jessica encounters bad weather as she attempts to move a 1,000-pound steampunk robot in one day; Todd and Tamera have a problem when they mix porcelain plates with moonshine stills.
Marc tackles a load that may be too heavy for the Snortn' Boar to handle; Dusty learns the repair limitations of tape when he hauls some unique art sculptures.
Jenn transports a load that was once shipped by the legendary Roy Garber; Dusty hauls a steel globe that is needed at the opening of a new ballpark.
A clash of egos results when Marc and Jarrett learn that their shipments are both headed to the same location.
Jenn attempts to dismantle a butter sculpture in the Texas heat; Jessica's tardiness spoils the dress rehearsal of a middle-school play.
Marc makes an out-of-this-world trip to Roswell, N.M.; Todd and Tamera attempt to extend their vintage game pod run.
Jenn's shipment of expensive prayer gongs almost misses its buyer; Jarrett takes a side job on the Las Vegas strip.
Jenn gets more than she bargained for when she attempts to transport an armored assault vehicle; Marc moves a daredevil motorcycle ride known as the "Wall of Death."
Jarrett hauls a coin-operated carousel; Todd and Tamera transport a 140-year-old horse-drawn hearse, but the item is dropped off with missing parts.
Jenn learns that she is transporting more than just a load of antique dolls; newcomer Dusty Davie tackles a Russian-era MiG fighter plane.
Shipping an iconic piece of ghostly movie history tests Roy's patience; the Two Blondes take on a load of dinosaurs.
Jarrett wins the honor of transporting a 40-foot colon; Roy butts heads with the owner of a large video game.
Marc learns a squatter is inhabiting a little girl's birthday playhouse; Roy scores a top-secret haul for the government.
Roy transports the world's biggest drum set; Chris and Robbie move a mobile tattoo parlor; the rival shippers make a wager on their hauling skills.
Jenn is overcome by high temperatures and big expectations; Jarrett has problems with a Vietnam-era helicopter.
Roy and his friend Logan tackle a young oil baron and his derrick; Jarrett becomes lost when he takes on a job involving a safe.
Chris and Robbie transport a massive balloon dragon; Marc bites off more than he can chew when he agrees to move a huge whale sculpture made of trash.
Roy wins the bid to move a music television show's iconic camera crane; temperatures rise when Marc picks up and drops off a hot tub.
Roy clashes with two customers when he hauls their goods to a Renaissance fair; the future of bicycling is entrusted to Jenn.
Chris and Robbie encounter alien life-forms at a "Star Trek" convention; Jarrett tries to learn from past experience when he hauls a load of large pumpkins.
Roy travels to Austin, Texas, to pick up a very large sculpture from an art collective; Jarrett's uncle helps him transport a flight simulator.
Jennifer transports live bugs across the country; Marc and his daughter haul a number of Volkswagen buses.
Robbie tries to prove a point by taking charge of a manly shipment; Jennifer picks up an interesting travel companion while hauling expensive mannequins through the heartland.
Jarrett scrambles to deliver a chicken car on time; things fall apart for Roy when a rotted shipment cannot be properly loaded.
Jarrett transports a mobile tavern and a side load of sod; Jenn's trailer has a difficult time with a large load of arcade games.
Marc moves 4 million bees, then gets stung when his cargo starts to flee; a dollhouse collection is transported.
Jarrett hopes a big-rig run with Marc will help up his game; Chelsea and Courtney transport a live shark.
Roy transports giant animatronic hillbillies and a side load of cat caskets; Jennifer moves an antique Honda.
Roy tries to repair a Linotype machine that he suspects he damaged during transit; Jarrett comes up with a brilliant plan after he breaks down while hauling a load.
Marc transports young partygoers to New Orleans for Mardi Gras; Jarrett learns that mixing business and pleasure can be costly.
Marc plans to pepper a friend's run with pranks; the strange owner of a cold, creepy load joins Jennifer on her delivery.
The presence of a bride-to-be messes up Chris and Robbie's carefully planned one-day run; Jarrett teams up with Roy to deliver a load.
Marc's big rig is sidelined for repairs; Chris transports a boat by sea, but his attractive shipmates prove to be a distraction.
Roy receives etiquette lessons when he is forced to ask Jennifer for assistance; Jarrett gets a new rig and takes on a cargo of flamethrowers for the maiden voyage.
Chris and Robbie convert one of their rigs to run on vegetable oil; Roy hopes to lure his son into the transport business.
Jarrett has his hands full when he transports a load of monkeys; Marc delivers a shipment for a Las Vegas magician.
Jennifer must package and transport a model ship that took 10 years to construct; Jarrett loads a crate of priceless dinosaur fossils.
Roy loads a dining table made from a 1957 Chevy and a vintage penny-arcade sign; Chris and Robbie haul a giant, ominous-looking missile.
Marc's childhood comes alive when he gets the opportunity to haul daredevil Evel Knievel's original tractor-trailer; Robbie brings her son along on a transport that soon turns dangerous.
Jarrett hauls a life-size version of a popular children's game and a hot-rod casket; Jennifer races the clock to transport a pregnant horse.
Roy takes a ride on a submersible boat; Jennifer hauls a set of large window displays to a Hollywood candy store.
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."
Chris and Robbie transport a creepy load of horror memorabilia; Roy deals with numerous problems as he hauls rare film prints to a movie screening.
Jarrett questions his ability to transport an electric sports car; safety-minded Marc has concerns about his haul.
Chris and Robbie return faulty items to a toy manufacturer; Roy battles through a knee injury as he attempts to transport a human-sized wooden hamster wheel.
The transport of a small racing boat drives Jennifer to tears; Jarrett's bad measurements deal him a financial setback.
Marc labors to deliver a kinetic sculpture to Los Angeles, but a tight deadline and mechanical difficulties bring him to the boiling point; Jarrett learns his creepy cargo may be stolen property.
Jennifer calls Roy for help when she is saddled with some wild bucking bulls; Chris and Robbie overestimate their ability to transport an oversize houseboat.
Jennifer moves an arcade game and a six-layer wedding cake; Marc runs afoul of transportation inspectors when he hauls a vintage bus.
Chris and Robbie transport a huge spider to an amusement park; Roy is forced to improvise the loading of a 42-foot water tower.
Chris and Robbie haul a vintage DC-7 airplane; Roy lends a hand to a Texas community in the aftermath of a major wildfire.
Jarrett learns that a carriage he needs to haul is too large for his trailer; Jennifer needs outside help to load a carnival ride.
Roy's truck breaks down for the final time; Jarrett delivers a $150,000 restored DeLorean to a demanding customer.
The transport of a Mini-MAX airplane tests Jennifer's patience; Marc races to make a valuable delivery.
The loading of an oversize nuclear bomb shelter causes problems for Chris; Jarrett must transport an expensive race car across the country in four days.
Marc encounters a hailstorm as he hauls a trolley bus that may be a tad over the height limit; Jennifer transports 400 pounds of live crawfish to a Texas restaurant.
Bad weather creates big problems for Marc during the transport of a custom-built hot rod; Jarrett crams three chicken coops into his trailer.
Roy delivers a coin-operated ride to a boy who recently lost his father; Chris and Robbie get into trouble with the law.
Marc must deal with an irate customer; Jarrett's delivery of two sculptures to a museum draws faint praise.
Jennifer is saddled with a depression-prone parrot; Roy falls behind schedule after his truck breaks down.
Chris and Robbie move two pieces of music history owned by the king of rock 'n' roll; Jarrett races to a restaurant opening.
Roy gets in trouble when he does the unthinkable to a giant sculpture of a baseball legend; Jennifer consoles a heartbroken customer who must part with a prized possession.
Roy hauls oversize props from his favorite science-fiction film; Jennifer must quickly deliver 20 peafowl before they die from the stress of travel.
Marc gets lost on the back roads of Tijuana, Mexico, while transporting a Baja 1000 Trophy Truck; Scott and Susie haul a wooden pirate ship across the Southwest.
Jennifer has her hands full with a load of small animals; Jarrett's reliability is called into question when he hauls a go-kart and his van breaks down.
Roy bids to move a catering food truck from a famous New York restaurant, then has to perform additional work; Jarrett transports a 400-pound African sculpture.
Jennifer must relocate camels from Oklahoma to Vermont; Marc hauls an expensive landing craft but risks damaging the main load when he picks up a side load.
Marc wins the right to move a 1928 train caboose, while Roy must transport a 1955 Ford Thunderbird that is in pristine condition.
Marc navigates Pennsylvania traffic circles with a load of two military tanks; Roy encounters a violent storm as he hauls a mint-condition Model A to a collector.
Jennifer signs on to move two bucking bulls; Marc runs into trouble transporting a fragile experimental aircraft.
Roy gets a shock when his shipment turns out to be twice as heavy as he thought; the Bawcoms overload themselves with two huge boats.
A pair of independent shippers must move a 22-foot steel horse and a giant prop for "Little Shop of Horrors."
Dusty transports 'Star Wars' movie memorabilia and a huge 'Kung Fu Panda' statue. Samko arranges to haul a famous bus that has seen better days.
Marc is forced to call Jenn when he needs help moving a monster-sized load from the television show 'The Munsters'. Todd and Tamera transport a lunar lander.
Todd and Tamara transport a cape used by actor Val Kilmer in 'Batman Forever'; a distracted Jenn struggles to safely move a 1970s recording console.
Todd and Tamara transport iconic clay character Gumby to a 60-year celebration. Oversize vegetables get mixed while in Jenn's care.
Chris struggles to transport a fire-breathing disco robot to a music festival, Dusty encounters a demanding client with a fibreglass castle.
Animal lover Jenn moves six large Bengal tigers, the delivery of mythological figures to a residential neighbourhood forces Marc to gets creative.
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.
Jarrett attempts to protect antique Christmas dolls from cold conditions, Chris Kikelhan moves a WWII-era amphibious vehicle.
Jarrett is all thumbs when it comes to handling a one-of-a-kind art piece, Marc raises and transports a massive sculpture garden.
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.
Todd and Tamera struggle to fly straight after they discover their giant Robin Hood statue load is broken, while Samko is bent to her limits when her massive load of trees is doubled at the pickup.
After the delivery of sad family news, Jenn turns to Jarrett to take over an odd shipment, while Dusty uses his typical 'charm' to dampen the spirits of a family moving a pair of antique fire engines.
Jarrett learns that the 'World's Largest Hog' will sit anywhere it wants while hauling a shipment of epic proportions.