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Born to be Wild

The success of "American Chopper" rests not only on the beauty of the bikes the stars create but on their combative relationship as well.
Phil Scott
From the Print Edition:
Jimmy Smits, May/June 2005

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And if the show's not on in ten years, he adds, the Teutuls may be doing something else on television. "They're not going to star and costar in another "CSI" series," he explains. "They would probably do worse in a sitcom than Emeril [Lagasse] did. Not a lot of people who do what they do and look like what they do could be repackaged in another venue." Having said that, Thompson adds that they might get their own show on Comedy Central, say, just sitting in a diner and eating lunch. That might work—so long as Paulie keeps pushing Senior's buttons.

Phil Scott is a freelance writer and author living in New York City.


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