American Chopper Senior vs Junior 4 Seasons 2011

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Season 2
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5. Deadliest Catch Crossover TV-PG CC

The OCC crew heads up to Alaska to meet up with the Hillstrand brothers from Deadliest Catch. A Deadliest Catch bike is built and unveiled at the Catch Con fan convention in Seattle.

Runtime:
44 minutes
Original air date:
May 23, 2011

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Season 2

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Genres Reality TV
Season year 2011
Network Discovery Channel
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By J. isenbarger on September 5, 2011
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I like this show and I hate this show. I like it because of Paul Jr. and Vinny, but they dont show enough of them. I hate it because they show to much of Paul Sr. and the OCC crew. Jason, cant stand that guy, the bald guy, cant stand him. Rick, starting to dislike Rick, it would be nice if he joined Paul Jr. now that they have finished there lawsuit.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By J. isenbarger on May 26, 2011
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Supposed to be Sr. vs. Jr. This was the same old American Choppers OCC. I cant stand that show, I quit watching that when they got rid of Jr. and Mike. I am watching Sr. vs. Jr. not to see Sr. at all, only want to see Paul Jr. with Vinnie and that crew. Watch out for this show episode 5, does not have Paul Jr. on it at all, I fast forward it and asked for a refund, disappointed, I hope they dont do this again, I will stop watching this one too if they do.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Thomas J. Haas on May 4, 2011
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The new season picks up where the last left off. The fabrication on the bike builds is a very minor part of this one, with the opening of Mikey's art gallery and the events leading up to it being a major story line. The chasm between Sr. and Jr. is just as wide and deep as ever, but it is great to have the season beginning.
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i have no idea how they build bikes, or what a screw driver does barely. what i do know is the show use to be mostly about building bikes and people like me who know nothing, could learn a little, and see the genius in the work it takes to make these machines. i also liked the family dynamic of the show. although a little harsh at times. but essentially that is why most people i know watched. it was funny with mikie, sr and jr, and vinnie. the show took a turn for the worse when vinnie left. it was not a good sign. then codey. i watch the show cause i feel for jr and mikie. now i know his dad is responsible for the company and their good fortunes. not taking anything away from sr in that respect. but as a dad myself, i dont need a power trip and make my kids beg for money, or tell me how im the boss, or beat them down to make myself feel better. and what the hell would i care if my kid was late as long as the project got done on time. i owned my own business, my dad was a company man, and he never sweated the small stuff. like if someone is late, or on the phone. he knew they would work 72 hours straight if needed, and he knew how many long hours they worked in the field of computer programming. its a much better way to manage people. sr just beat his kids down. and one thing my father would never have done was make anyone in his company if he had one, be the boss of me and send me home like they did to mikie, and my dad wouldnt just give me 10 percent of the business. he would have split it evenly. but then you have to trust each other. and from what i have seen, his kids are not bad people, and they seem to still love thier dad inspite of his problems. and lets not forget he was not the best dad in the world for a lot of the youth to begin with. so why not give them a break.Read more ›
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