American Pickers’ Mike and Robbie Wolfe SCREAM when they discover terrifying surprise inside decades-old antique

AMERICAN Pickers' Mike and Robbie Wolfe screamed in fear after stumbling upon a “huge” snake while antiquing.

The duo found themselves in a dark storage container, combing through some items, when they found the terrifying surprise.

While out checking out antiques in the latest episode, brothers Mike and Robbie found more than they bargained for.

The duo hit up a storage container to check out a slew of massive, old scales that serious collector Jeff was working on restoring.

While in there, Robbie went into the depths of the dark unit and was poking around a water trough when he discovered a large snake sitting insided.

Terrified, he screamed and quickly ran away, leaving Mike to wonder what happened.

The new American Pickers host explained in a camera confessional: “It’s dark in there, I’m looking through these water troughs. 

“I’m opening up the top, and I stick my hand in and I’m like, ‘Holy s**t!’ 

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“It freaked me out. It was a damn snake!”

After seeing his brother’s reaction, Mike couldn’t help but laugh at the whole situation.

Meanwhile, Jeff told the duo that the snake is “harmless.”

Even so, he admitted that he had a similar reaction when he first found the snake the week prior.

Jeff said it “scared the jeebies” out of him when he first discovered a snake in the container.

Mike kept laughing as Robbie told him he “almost put his freaking hand in there” but luckily saw the snake before he did.

The longtime host joked about his brother in a confessional, saying: “It’s a black snake, dude. Easy, Indiana Jones.”


Robbie’s freaked-out reaction during the new American Pickers episode comes as fans have been slamming the addition of him as a host.

Viewers have been ripping him as “boring” and have been begging for crowd-favorite Frank Fritz to return to the show.

One warned: "Show really stinks without Frank. I'd be worried Mike.

While another said: "The show needs Frank, Mike & Dani. Stop changing it. I'm sure Robbie is a nice guy but comes across boring on TV."

Another agreed, writing: "I watched the new season with the Wolfe Brothers. Need to bring back Frank.

"Robbie has no personality he is absolutely boring!"

Many fans of the show have refused to support the new season after long-time host Frank was axed over the summer.

They revealed their disappointment by saying they were going to boycott the show due to Frank's firing.


After Frank's departure in July, ratings have seen a substantial drop as fans have called for the reality star's return.

Even though ratings were still above 1 million viewers, the count has plummeted after the season 23 premiere on Saturday, January 1.

The Season 23 premiere brought in 1,050,000 viewers, less compared to the Season 22 premiere on January 25, 2021, which had 1,273,000 people tune in. 

Episodes featuring fan-favorite Frank also had higher ratings, as the March 2, 2020 episode, which was his final show, had 1,282,000 viewers tune in.


Frank previously revealed his feud with Mike, who has remained the show's fixture.

He told The Sun of their falling out: “I haven’t talked to Mike in two years. He knew my back was messed up, but he didn’t call me up and ask how I was doing. That’s just how it is."

Frank last appeared on American Pickers in the spring, as he took time off to recover from having back surgery.

The original cast member’s firing was then announced in July, despite him expressing his desire to return to the History Channel show.

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