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American Chopper, Season 6TV-14Closed Captioning

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Description

Season 6 of American Chopper begins with the most explosive argument ever seen on the series. Tensions run so high that the company's foundation is rocked as Paul Sr. fires Paul Jr. But is this split between father, son, and the OCC team for good? The drama unfolds this season as the shop carries on and the guys fabricate trademark bikes for clients like the NHL and the Abu Dhabi police department. A big milestone is also celebrated for OCC's 10th anniversary.

Customer Reviews

Not bad but on the decline

This season isn't bad but without Jr in the picture, there hasn't been as much custom fab jobs as there has been custom paint on OEM parts and that's where the differences are between seasons. They've done some custom stuff but not nearly as much, most of it has been custom paint jobs. Sr has an obsession for speed and not necessarily one of a kind and uniqueness. He pushes the custom jobs out like they are his production bikes and that's where he falls short.

While he has some great designers in J-Pool, Jim Quinn and Rick, none of them are up to Jr's ability.

Is this show watachable? Yes. Is it good? Well, that can be debated...personally, I don't find it nearly as good as last season

Where is season 7?

We're well into season 7 of American Chopper - Jr. vs. Sr. Where are they? I'd love to pay for the show, if only given the chance...

OCC on the downhill slide

Just my 2 cents... It is pathetic to see Sr. And Jr. both so puffed up and proud that they can't even be a family. There are obviously serious issues in this family that we don't see as spectators. I personally pray for them all to come to their senses.