Senior and Junior begin brainstorming on their production bike company but when they don't see eye-to-eye the road is rocky from the get-go, leading Senior to jump the gun on the bike's design. PJD ...
Documentary series about the goings-on behind the scenes at Orange County Choppers, a custom motorcycle fabrication company located in Montgomery, New York. The series is also a study of ... See full summary »
Paul Teutul Sr.,
Paul Teutul Jr.,
The master fabricator is back! Jesse has closed West Coast Choppers and sold everything to do with it. Jesse, tired of California and no longer happy living there, has moved himself and his... See full summary »
follows four professional buyers and their teams as they scour repossessed storage units in search of hidden treasure. these seasoned veterans have found everything from coffins to the ... See full summary »
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Katherine von Drachenberg,
My parents and I used to watch the original American Choppers series. You know, the one where Sr and Jr worked in the same building? I'll admit that the constant arguing was ridiculous at times but I honestly don't think it was unrealistic. Maybe they embellished it but I truly believe that they acted this way off camera.
Aside from Sr and Jr going at each other every episode, I enjoyed watching Mikey and the other guys working at the shop. They all seemed like really cool guys and enjoyed designing bikes.
Now, what went wrong with this new series? For starters, they really pushed it with the Sr/Jr dynamic. Everything in this new series was about Jr starting his own business and competing with his father. It gets old really quickly and the bikes take a huge backseat. At least the original series was always about the bikes in the end.
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