The talented Teutul family -- Paul Teutul Sr., Paul Teutul Jr., and Mikey Teutul -- performs its mechanical miracles at Orange County Choppers, a custom motorcycle fabrication service, during season one of the Discovery Channel's American Chopper. The season opener finds the O.C.C. crew battling time -- and one another -- to create the "Black Widow Bike," inspired by the comic book of the same name. From there, the crew designs a custom chopper for a big NASCAR event, in hopes of copping 150 grand. Later on, the Teutuls head to New York and Daytona, again beating deadlines to turn out cool custom bikes. Consuming no fewer than three episodes is the crew's Herculean mission to assemble the cutting-edge "Comanche." In the season finale, it's brother against brother as Paul Jr. "helps" Mikey put together a blues bike. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi
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I started watching American Chopper since the very first episode back in the day when Mike Rowe was narrating. Its so funny to watch the first episode again. It was so scripted and the acting was machine like. But still entertaining. Now I watch the most recent episodes and it is still just as entertaining. Its still scripted but it seems more natural. Tho Thumbs up for the teutuls...