Despite a slight blow-up last week when announcing that their two companies would be working on a joint venture, Junior and Senior moved forward. This week on "American Chopper," the guys started outlining their business model, and did come to an agreement.
But Junior recognizes this is a precarious road they are riding down, with the potential of disaster looming large. "I do not anticipate this going as smoothly as it did today for the future, but maybe it will. I mean, we’ll just have to see where this thing goes. It seems like we’re on the same page," he said, adding, "I hope."
With two strong leaders trying to share the responsibility on the project, will they be able to work together, or will that competitive drive push this show back into "Senior Vs. Junior" territory, as Huliq postulated?
The only way to find out is to keep up with the ongoing project on "American Chopper," Mondays at 9 p.m. ET on Discovery.
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