Stars: Eric Bana, Simon Lyndon, David Field, Dan Wyllie, Bill Young
Genre: Biography, Comedy, Crime
Rating: R (Restricted)
Runtime: 94 minutes
American Chopper, Discovery Channel's mega-hit featuring Paul Teutul, Sr. and his sons, rides again. Join the boys at their Orange County Choppers garage where they're up against deadlines, and each other, to create the world's most outrageous custom motorcycles. The arguments fly right along with the sparks in this celebration of man over machine, and one family's struggle to run the business of their dreams. Season 4 (Part 2): In this second part of Season 4, the fights continue as the guys finish the bike for Caterpillar, but major problems with the rear fender during assembly slow them down. The OCC then travels to Boston to visit Gillette headquarters for some inspiration for their Gillette-themed bike, while also getting in a close shave. Then it is off to New Jersey where the OCC crew goes to drag racing school in the Garden State to prepare to build a drag bike for NAPA. The OCC team finally finishes the NAPA bike and Vinnie races it down the strip in an actual drag race.This product is manufactured on demand using DVD-R recordable media. Amazon.com's standard return policy will apply.
Look, all I can tell you is what I've already told Mister Beasley: none of us saw anything. It was just one of those things: Bluey Barnes was reading a magazine; Ambrose Hatcheson was taking a piss; Johnny Price was washing his hands; Jimmy Loughnan was watching a bullant crawl across the table, and I was watching Jimmy watching the bullant.
Look, you're not still angry at me about the leg, are you?
Nah, forget about it.
Because I don't know if you remember, Neville, but I had that bloody shotgun pointed at your head. I reconsidered and dropped it down to your kneecap. Remember?
Forget about it. All right?
I mean, what the bloody hell were you doing getting lippy at me with a bloody shotgun? I had a bloody loaded shotgun.
The leg is okay, all right?
You've written a best-seller...
Yeah, I know - and I can't even bloody spell. What about those poor bloody academics, those college graduates, battling their guts out to write some airy-fairy piece of exaggerated artwork? And here's a bloke, sitting in a cell, who can't spell, and he's written a best-seller. It's sold two hundred and fifty thousand copies. And it's still selling. And he's writing another one. And I can't even spell. I'm semi-bloody-illiterate.