This season of "American Chopper" has become all about fans rooting for the Pauls Teutul to reconcile their differences and come together as father and son. Their new bike project -- which is intentionally personal and has no business attachments at all -- is proving to be just what the pair needed.
This week's episode saw them reach the first day of assembly on the bike, and things were going better than expected.
"We’re probably getting along better than I thought we would, which is kind of scary," Senior said.
Huliq was thrilled with their progress, and the ability of both men to approach this opportunity with maturity, writing, "Paul Sr. is doing a good job, putting any leftover anger and professional competitive jealousies behind him, and Paul Jr. is doing a good job, as well, putting aside past hurts and not continually digging up the past."
The progress continues on "American Chopper," Mondays at 9 p.m. ET on Discovery.
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