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This is truely the second to third best show on t.v. I truely love it, I am no where near the capacity of mind to do the things the teams do. I'm endlessly entertained and amazed by this show. It works on two levels I wish so bad to be on the upper level but I fear that I'm left to fumble on the lower. Keep up the fine work. I will not stress this enough Terrific Show.
-- (nadar@BigPoppaPump.zzn.com), March 02, 2001
One of the challenges should be to build a cloning machine, then find this person for the DNA so about ten million great new fans could be cloned!
-- Waddy Thompson (email@example.com), March 02, 2001.
Second to third best? IMHO, this is the first, second AND third best shows on TV.... ;)
Brian - Torsk Bandits
-- Brian Flynn (firstname.lastname@example.org), March 03, 2001.
Absoluty Brian. JYW is the ONLY show I watch on TV now. everything else is just filler.
-- Stephen A. Binion (STEPHENBINION@hotmail.com), March 03, 2001.
Yes! This is the best show on TV by far. But I like Starveiver, & Tempbimbo Island too.
-- Rick The Rocket (email@example.com), March 03, 2001.
I really do not watch much TV, but Junkyard Wars is a GREAT show. Since I've only found the show recently, looking forward to all the reruns... they're new to me.
-- max (firstname.lastname@example.org), March 05, 2001.
Max, the shows that are on now are reruns of the first season's shows, so you have a lot to look forward to. For some peeks at what's coming have a look at the TLC home site, http://tlc.discovery.com/junkyard/junkyard.html Waddy,"expert" with the "Rusty Juveniles"
-- Waddy Thompson (email@example.com), March 05, 2001.
JYW...what better way to release pent up frustrations and tension? This is the ONLY way to fight a war ! Some world leaders,(including this USofA) should take notice and learn something from THE JYW machine. But: for shame, some power hungry son of a bitch would come up with-"My machine is bigger than yours" and all hell would break out. Kinda rings a familliar note huh? We can only dream !
-- Bill Mercier (firstname.lastname@example.org), March 07, 2001.