As you may recall, “Antiques Roadshow,” public television’s most popular series and one of my guilty pleasures (thus the post), taped three episodes for their upcoming season at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center last summer. Nearly 9 months, 70 appraisers, 6,000 attendees and 12,000 appraised objects later, the long wait for the D.C. episodes is almost over. So gather your friends, practice your shocked face, and watch what happens when “Antiques Roadshow” meets Washington on WETA TV 26 and WETA HD Monday, May 23 at 8 pm and Monday, May 30 at 8 pm and 9.30 pm. Until then, enjoy this clip of the PBS show’s first million dollar appraisal.
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