Smashed windshield? Dented fender? Beat paint job? Think it's time to bring your ride in for some TLC? Well, maybe you should think again. If you drop your car off at Desert Body & Custom, it may be the last time you ever see it. In one piece, at least. Sam is the head of American Body Shop's dysfunctional family, fighting to raise his fledgling business from bankruptcy while simultaneously trying to keep his employees — Tim, Denise, Rob, Luis and Brooklyn Johnny — from killing each other and themselves.
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American Chopper is an American reality television series that aired on Discovery Channel from 2003 to 2010, produced by Pilgrim Films & Television. The series centers on Paul Teutul Sr. (frequently called Senior), and his son Paul Teutul Jr. (also known as Paulie or simply Junior), who manufacture custom chopper-style motorcycles. Orange County Choppers is in Newburgh, New York. The contrasting work and creative styles of the father-and-son team and their resulting verbal arguments were the series' hallmark until 2008 when an explosive argument led to Paul Jr.'s termination and departure to start a competing chopper company, Paul Jr. Designs. The series originally aired on Discovery Channel beginning in March 2003. In December 2007, the series moved to Discovery's sister channel TLC, starting off with an 18-hour marathon. Its first TLC season premiered in January 2008. Season 6 began in April 2009 but the series was canceled by TLC in February 2010. In July 2010, TLC announced that the Teutuls would return in a new series, American Chopper: Senior vs. Junior. Senior vs. Junior premiered on TLC but was soon moved to Discovery halfway through the first season. Discovery Channel announced that the show would end with “The Chopper Live: The Revenge” show on December 11, 2012 after 10 seasons.
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