I love finding out how much stuff is worth that other people own.
  1. Mark Wahlberg
    The American version's host is named Mark Wahlberg. Just like the other guy with that name!
  2. Guessing the value correctly
    I KNEW that oil painting of a Vermont landscape was $1,200. I think I might become an expert art appraiser!
  3. Pretending to care about the history
    "I'm going to nod and say things like 'oh wow' but I just want to know what it's worth!"
  4. When it turns out to be fake
    If this were an original it would be worth $50,000...but this one is $12.
  5. When someone's grandma turns out to be a liar.
    The person tells this long story about how their grandma got a beautiful rocking chair from her trip to 18th century Europe. Only that chair is from the late 1979s. GRANDMA!
  6. When they say "I had no idea!"
    But like, they brought it to Antiques Roadshow, had an idea.
  7. Hearing my dad complain during vintage toy appraisals, "You know, I had one of those when I was a kid but your grandmother gave it away!"
    Suggested by   @amycoady