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Series cast summary:
Mike Curtis ...
 Himself (29 episodes, 2004-2005)
Boyd Coddington ...
 Himself (26 episodes, 2004-2005)
 Announcer (11 episodes, 2004)


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American Dog-Rod
28 January 2008 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

I have to agree with most of the bad comments that have been made on here. Boyd seems like a complete tool and Duane needs to go to some (actually, a lot!) of Anger Management and Normal management classes.

I think my favourite moment was when Tomas told Duane straight up that "everyone needs to hear they are doing a good job once in a while".

Boyd firing Bluebear was ridiculous as he allowed the situation to go that far in the first place. Don't get me wrong, the editing made the Bear look like a complete Job Knockey but it was never tackled properly.

How he dealt with Charlie leaving in order to provide a better life for his family was an absolute joke - Boyd you are such a self-centred A-hole! Charlie tried to explain things to you but you were too busy bleating on about Chip this, Chip that. Shut up and actually LISTEN TO PEOPLE for a change.

Stop overworking your staff. Then follow up one half-arsed project with another one on an even TIGHTER deadline and having the cheek to say that this one will make the staff happy. Yeah i'm sure losing every weekend that exists and working 18 hour days is gonna make them the happiest bunnies on the planet.

I'd never EVER buy a car from you. Not because your team are not talented - they are! But i would firmly believe that you made them rush beyond their capabilities and my car would fall apart when i got it home.

And after the rant, the worst thing is that I still watch the damn program... AARRGHHH!

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