All good things must come to an end and this heist has been eight seasons in the making! In a spectacular publicity stunt Oskar of House Brown, Warden of the South (of Africa) who only has a vague idea what a White Walker is and Sebastian Weissbach, first of his name, the unlearned, King of crime and stolen candy, mother of all dragon based media, and super fan of “Game of Thrones” will steal the ending to the book series “A Song of Ice and Fire” and thus season 8 of “Game of Thrones” from author George R. R. Martin himself.
Will they succeed? Can they give Jerry Ferrara’s career a push? Can they lift Robert’s mighty war hammer? Will they meet Spin Dunbar and finally avenge the fallen turtles? Only the grand finale will reveal all! #FortheThrone
Some people deserve to be robbed and some people really, really deserve to be robbed. German gun manufacturer Heckler und Koch is one of the biggest arms manufacturers in the world. So what better way to take advantage of their shady deals than to employ four strong legs?
All our two gentleman thieves need is a little diplomatic help from the Aquatic Republic of Howdowirobi, a brand new bicycle, a little help from a dugong or two, and the smell of concrete in the morning.
It’s coming home to the two gentleman thieves and their special guest Black Prez as the three of them attempt to steal from the most vicious, corrupt, and downright evil organisation on the planet: FIFA!
The FIFA World Cup Trophy is the second of its kind and the only one that hasn’t been stolen. Yet.
Staging a heist more elegant than the two thefts of the Cup Jules Rimet, the trophy will finally be safe in the heist lounge. If not for a few pesky teenagers and their dumb dog named Pickles…
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The gentleman thieves are back for another sweet, sweet episode. This time they’re stealing the perhaps sweetest secret of all, a formula so well kept, that only Box 7X would be enough to contain their excitement: the Coca Cola secret formula was concocted by John Pemberton in the late 19th century and is absolutely legendary.
For safekeeping the formula is currently stored in a real vault within a fake vault in the World of Coca Cola Museum in Atlanta, Georgia. Will they succeed or will this job prove to be too sticky?
This “One Time” our two gentleman thieves will get the chance of a lifetime as they not only meet, but actually heist a celebrity. None other than Canada’s national treasure and hotty of the decade, that isn’t Justin Trudeau: Justin Bieber.
The singer is not only about to get married, he is unknowingly about to get kidnapped. Four weddings and a heist later, you will know how to effectively steal a groom and who our favourite Baldwin brother is… you might be surprised by the answer (it’s Alec).
It’s go big or go home! In episode three, criminal masterminds Oskar Brown and Sebastian Weissbach welcome special guest star Lie Chee to the heist lounge and steal the Resolute Desk right from under the president’s nose.
The very desk where JFK played with his children, Bill Clinton cheated on his wife, and Donald Trump… let’s not think about it too much.
But it certainly makes for a good heist: security is tight, the desk is easily worth millions, and we even get to jump out of a cake*!
Can you steal a döner kebab? Well, easily. Can you steal a kebab stand? The most famous kebab stand in all of Berlin and then resell it to someone’s sweet sixteen birthday party? Maybe you can’t, but our two gentleman thieves Oskar Brown and Sebastian Weissbach are sure going to try.
Mustafa’s Gemüse Döner at Mehringdamm is the target for this month’s episode and one that’ll involve feeding the homeless, scantily clad ladies, and an Airbus standard issue H135.