Quoted from AlexF:
Yeah, I saw Hot Line, Ski Club, Hollywood and Paul Bunyan in or in front of the garage. There were others stacked I didn't recognize. Like you say they didn't even acknowledge the pins. But moved a head to get to other stuff. Fun show but coin-op and especially pins must not be high on their list of favorite things.
Yet they pulled out that dumbass castle thing with the telephone stories.
There was tons of other good stuff in that guy's collection too. It went on forever, and a lot of it was neatly organized, not just piles of junk. A lot of it you could just catch a glimpse in passing like the pinball machines. I get it, the script called for them to focus on Oddfellow stuff, that's fine. But I think it would be a more interesting show for a collection like this if they went through the whole thing and bought the whole wad for their supposed antique stores. Like, offer that lady $100,000, or $500,000, or whatever it comes out to, and send in a semi and take the whole lot.