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American Chopper: Senior Vs. Junior the Drama Continues

Paul Teutul Jr.’s new Paul Jr. Designs business is moving along nicely as the second episode of American Chopper: Senior Vs. Junior begins.  Paul Jr. is confident that his new shop is in the right location and in the right building.

But getting the shop set up is no easy feat, as well as starting to design new bikes, will be challenging.

Meanwhile Paul Teutul Sr. meets with a window company to discuss designing a new bike which will eventually be auctioned for charity.  But he is still curious about how Paul Jr.’s new venture is coming along so he drives by his son’s new shop.  Doesn’t stop at all to talk to his sons or congratulate Paul Jr.  

At one point, Paul Sr. was reading an article online about the new show and their family feud and he was getting a little riled up.  He sounded like he’d be ready for a battle or challenge.  He also had a few choice words about the fact that his son has solicited all of his vendors, “be a man… leave daddy alone” he said.

To make things worse, he added, “Paul can’t build a bike.  He needs somebody, Vinnie is not the best but he’s a pretty good mechanic.”

Paul Sr. seems confident that Paul Jr.’s new shop isn’t going as well as planned, saying it appears as though “it’s almost petered out like the rest of his projects.”

Ouch.

It appears as though both Paul Jr. and Sr. are really trying hard not to let their feud bother them so they can both focus on their businesses.

But a potential deal with falls through for Paul Jr. and he is a little discouraged.  Vinnie says he’s probably more discouraged than it shows.  They haven’t landed a client yet but Paul Jr. said he’d rather close down than go work for his father.

Next week’s preview hints that Paul Sr. may be trying to reach out to his sons?  Stay tuned.

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