Impulse Control Disorder is a 21st century mania that ruins lives. But could there be a cure? A look at four women with ICD and the new science around the condition.
This two hour special hosted and narrated by Jesse James will explore the true essence of a chopper. Jesse will profile the pioneers of the chopper movement, the unsung heroes whose ingenuity and creativity have inspired him and other chopper builders of today.
Follow notorious motorcycle outlaw Jesse James on a wild ride through one year of his life. The master of modification and the owner of West Coast Choppers is working on a masterpiece: a chopper made entirely of copper! Aided by his mentor Fay Butler, he hand-fabricates the frame and works lovingly on his pet project throughout the year.
Jesse James, the leading motorcycle builder in the US and a descendent of the outlaw after whom he is named, is the charismatic star of the Discovery Channel's reality TV show.
To many, owning a motorcycle is the ultimate expression of freedom - an expression that begs to be unique. So, where can you go to forge a one-of-a-kind ride? Welcome to West Coast Choppers and meet metal-forming guru Jesse James, whose talent, unlike his outlaw ancestor, is arc welding with artistry and making chrome sing. Go behind the scenes at Jesse James' workshop and watch as he and his staff design and build six bikes for Daytona's Bike week. It's a pressure-filled labor of love, during which hand-wrought frames, pipes, and gas tanks come together in a blissful union of radical design and cutting edge power. You'll even visit an Easy Riders photoshoot of Jesse James' trademark El Diablo, then travel to Daytona, where the world's greatest bike builders strut their stuff.
A sex-crazed nympho helps speed along her father's death so she can use the inheritance to help out her depraved boyfriend.
Fifty years ago, at the height of the Cold War, the USSR launched Sputnik, the first satellite to orbit the earth, bringing America to its knees in awe - then fear. Initially thrilling as a marvel of science, Sputnik was soon viewed by America a weapon of mass destruction.