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TLC’s American Chopper Brings On The Teutul Family Feud With Senior Vs. Junior

Posted by on August 3, 2010 at 2:41 PM EST

american chopperAmerican Chopper brings on the family feud with American Chopper: Senior Vs. Junior.

The last time we saw Paul Teutul, Paul Teutul Jr. and Mikey Teutul we were experiencing a family feud that finally reached it’s boiling point. Paul Sr. ultimately fired Paul Jr. in a decision that drove a spike right into the heart of their family bond. The fate of “American Chopper” looked a bit grim as the season finale aired with a family divided.

TLC announced that “American Chopper” has gotten a face lift and is heading back to bring us more amazing motorcycle creations as well as a fierce competition between father and son.

The difference with this new series entitled: “American Chopper: Senior Vs. Junior” hits you square in the face as you read the title. We are no longer going to enjoy the triumphs of a father and his sons creating amazing motorcycles.

The heated battle between father and son starts right away with an intense argument on live radio, between Paul Teutul Jr. and his father Paul Teutul Sr. On top of the radio debacle, Paul Jr. plans to set up Paul Jr. Designs in a brand new shop that is right next door to the old Orange Country Choppers shop.

Paul Jr. plans to hit his father hard this season when he opens up his very own custom bike shop. Some would argue that Paul Jr. was the creative genius behind the success of Orange Country Choppers while others think Paul Sr. was the backbone of the OCC Empire.

Throughout this brand new 13-part series, Paul Jr. will battle his father at his own game, struggle with the hardships of starting a new custom bike business as well as planning a wedding with his fiancé.

Tension is sure to be high as “American Chopper: Senior VS. Junior” premieres Thursday, August 12th at 9 PM (ET/PT) on TLC.



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