King of Cars

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King of Cars
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The King of Cars logo
Format Reality
Starring Josh Towbin
Will Tooros
Prem Singh
Mark Deeter
Country of origin United States
No. of seasons 2
No. of episodes 26
Production
Running time 30 minutes
Broadcast
Original channel A&E Network
Picture format 480i (SDTV)
720p((HDTV))
1080i (HDTV)
Original run April 4, 2006 (2006-04-04) – March 26, 2007 (2007-03-26)
External links
Website

King of Cars was an American reality television series, centering around the Towbin Dodge car dealership, in Henderson, Nevada, south of Las Vegas, Nevada. Managed by Josh Towbin a.k.a. "Chop" a.k.a. the King of Cars, famous for the cult hit infomercial, "The Chopper Show", in which his salesmen dress up as various characters, as he "chops" the prices of his cars.

Recorded on video in HDTV Widescreen Letterbox Format.

Characters[edit]

Many of the salesman are referred to by their nicknames from the informercial.

Blue Genie[edit]

The Blue Genie (Prem Singh) is known for not working too hard which causes Chop to constantly ride him to get better performance. He usually ends up pulling through closing good sales. Prem Singh now goes around the country with Chopper doing promotions along with some of the other characters.

Mark Deeter a.k.a. Deeter[edit]

Started off as a salesman then was promoted to Sales Team Leader and was just recently promoted to the Sales Tower. Deeter loves his hair and wrestled Man-Hole in baby oil.[citation needed]

Auto Marshall[edit]

The Auto Marshall dresses in Western attire - boots, spurs, tight-pants, and a hat. His real name is Bobby Hood. He sold cars in Amarillo Texas and previously worked for Papa John's Pizza.

Episodes[edit]

Season one[edit]

  1. Lost pilot (actually from A&E series "Take This Job")
  2. "We Dooz It Large"
  3. "Showgirl Showdown"
  4. "Blue Day"
  5. "Fresh Meat"
  6. "King for a Day"
  7. "Leader of the Pack"
  8. "Talkin' Turkey"
  9. "Low Rider"
  10. "Dunkarini"
  11. "Closing the Deal"
  12. "Performance Anxiety"
  13. "Keeping Up with the Joneses"

Season two[edit]

Season two premiered on January 31, 2007 bringing the total number of episodes to 28 + the lost pilot

  1. "The Contenders"
  2. "Women Drivers"
  3. "Green Peas"
  4. "Fired Up!"
  5. "Oil Crisis!"
  6. "Magic Blue Room"
  7. "Ugly Truckling"
  8. "Sunny Day"
  9. "Hoop Dreamz"
  10. "The Chopping Block"
  11. "The O-Zone"
  12. "Even Cowboys Get the Blues"
  13. "Hoppy Birthday"
  14. "Calendar Guys"
  15. "Who Wears the Pants?"
  16. "Hair to the Throne"

Home media[edit]

King of Cars Season 1 is on DVD at the A&E Store, there are no plans for a season 2 DVD release at this time.

Appearances on other TV Shows[edit]

Josh Towbin appeared in Season 8 episode 6 "Comfortably Chum" were he bought a 1924 Dodge Brothers business sedan for $7,900. The sedan was acquired in Season 5 episode 11 "Corey's Big Play".

References[edit]

External links[edit]