Storage Wars “We Fun-Did It!” S15E12 July 18 2023 on A&E
Tonight (Tuesday July 18 2023), A&E broadcasts an episode of the series Storage Wars!
We Fun-Did It! Season 15 Episode 12 Episode Summary
The episode kicks off with Ivy taking Isaiah on an unexpected trip to Victorville as a consequence for his less-than-stellar report card. As they delve into the storage units in this new location, viewers can expect the duo to encounter intriguing finds and potential hidden gems. Will Isaiah’s punishment turn into an unexpected stroke of luck, or will the tough lessons of the storage world prove too overwhelming?
Meanwhile, Kenny is on a mission to furnish his new house. However, he faces a unique obstacle—eight obstacles, to be precise. With multiple storage units to explore, Kenny must navigate through the clutter to find the perfect items that fit his vision. Will he overcome the challenges and uncover the treasures that will transform his house into a home?
On another note, Lisa finds herself in a situation that proves there’s always something to learn in the world of storage auctions. As she dives into the units and uncovers various items, viewers can anticipate her gaining valuable insights and surprising knowledge along the way. Prepare for revelations that may leave both Lisa and viewers pleasantly surprised.
What Time is the “We Fun-Did It!” Episode On?
The We Fun-Did It! episode of Storage Wars will be broadcast on July 18 2023 on A&E at 10:32 PM at ET/PT.
Is the “We Fun-Did It!” Episode New?
The We Fun-Did It! episode of Storage Wars is all new!
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Storage Wars Series Information
|Garage sales are an old-school waste of time, at least in the eyes of the treasure hunters featured in this real-life series. Each half-hour episode follows a group of bidders looking to strike it rich by buying repossessed storage units. They're at once detectives and gamblers, as they get only a quick flashlight-aided peek inside the units before they decide if they want to make a bid, and for how much. It's a high-stakes game that can pay off big time -- one featured collector bought a unit for $800 and sold its contents for a $40,000 profit -- or leave one sifting through the equivalent of trash.|