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The Truth About Rick Harrison's Youngest Son, Jake

Rick Harrison's son Jake finally made an appearance on Pawn Stars, popping up in the episode that aired on Monday, March 29, 2021. Because he's so much younger than Rick's other son Corey (aka "Big Hoss"), Jake hasn't popped up on the reality TV series before. Now that Jake's old enough to pick up a summer job, he decided to check out the World Famous Gold & Silver Pawn Shop that's made his late grandfather, father, brother, and family friends household names.

The teenager follows in his father's footsteps in more ways than one — however, he's got a full head of hair compared to Rick's lack of luscious locks. While there's plenty that the public knows about Corey (who almost left Pawn Stars himself) and even some information about Rick's son Adam who wasn't interested in the pawn shop life, Jake has remained a mystery.

He hasn't been in the spotlight much, which is also due to his age, but there are a few things the public does know about Jake, the son of Rick's second wife Tracey. Between public appearances and some information from the show, there are a few facts about the teenager out there.

Who is Jake Harrison?

Jake Harrison is hardly a pawn shop pro, but he does show some promise on the most recent episode of the series. When Rick teaches Jake how use a heavy-duty magnifying glass tool known as a loupe, the teen is able spot the difference between a fake Rolex and a real Rolex. In the scene, Rick simply asks Jake what looks weird on the green part of the fake Rolex. Jake found the green paint fairly quickly, something that a lot of people would more than likely never notice. Even Austin "Chumlee" Russell didn't notice when he mistakenly bought the item at the price of a real Rolex.

Their commonalities don't stop there, as the father and son pair both supported former U.S. president Donald Trump. They were photographed with Trump back in 2018, leading many people to believe that Jake is a Republican like his father and brother Corey. He also seems to enjoy video games, seen playing with the rest of the Pawn Stars squad at the end of the episode.

Only time will tell if Jake will become a permanent member of the Pawn Stars crew in the future, or if he'll heed Corey's advice about finishing school and not getting "trapped" at the shop for his whole life.