Watch Trick My What?
Trick My What? TV Show is basically about a team of gentlemen who are dealt tasks to totally transform machines, cars and even tanks to brand new condition. The catch is that they can be handed any sort of task that ranges from bringing out the best in a concrete mixing truck to cleaning out a septic tank to bring it back to life, if there is such a thing.
The reason this show is so interesting is because it peaks a lot of peoples' curiosity to see how a team of people work together to achieve the unthinkable. I mean, seriously, who would ever think about restoring an old pig farmer tractor, or cleaning out a septic tank for that matter. The show deals with real life situations and tasks which brings out peoples real feelings in the show. Some feats actually seem as though they can not be done but at the end of the day it seems as though the inevitable has been accomplished. It's very gratifying to see the end product and it keeps you entertained throughout. There is a host who interacts with the clean team and it's often very comical to get to listen in on their conversations.
Most of the situations are very challenging which brings the group together to think of a plan to get the task accomplished. There is deductive reasoning, cause and effect and tried and tested theories that come into play. The best solution wins and the team starts on the daunting task of making this difficult task come to life before our eyes on television. I'm quite sure if we had to watch them from beginning to end the show would last for days, but since we can not we make sure to tune in for the time being to see how this all plays out. Makes me wonder what else is there to possibly Trick Out?
- Friday 10:00 PM et/pt on CMT
- 1 Season, 9 Episodes - Returning Series
- October 7, 2011
- Automotive, Family, How To
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Pig farmer Willard Hill's once successful business has definitely seen better days. John Schneider and the guys at the Lonestar Speed Shop give Willard's family a well-deserved hand by getting their tractor back on its feet.
Just like all the fishermen working the Gulf after the recent oil spill, shrimper Bryan Brady works hard to represent his family and his country. He's a third generation shrimper with a shrimp boat that looks like it's three generations old. John Schneider and the guys at LSS take Bryan's beat-up shipwreck and turn it into a shrimping vessel fit for a sea warrior.
John and the LSS team help a hardworking devoted woman with the lift she needs by tricking out her truck into a patriotic masterpiece worthy of her name -- America.
An asphalt roller gets tricked out.
Jason Class, owner of Class Concrete, leads his business by driving the worst cement mixer on his lot. As Jason shows John the secret to mixing 30 tons of concrete, the LSS crew turns Jason's rust bucket into a limousine cement mixer worthy of any boss.
Alan Parker survived Hurricane Ike in September 2008, unlike his sanitation business and the rest of Crystal Beach, Texas. Determined to rebuild, Alan and his septic tanker "Old Blue," a 1979 International Tran Star 4300, have been fighting to keep his business pumping septic tanks alive. After 30 years of service, "Old Blue" is on its last legs and may be what puts Alan out of business. As Alan teaches John the septic and sanitation business, the LSS team turns Alan's first truck into the pride of a community that refuses to quit.
As Jim McGraw teaches John Schneider the ins and outs of construction and masonry, the guys at the Lone Star Speed Shop take Jim's old pickup and transform it from one of Texas' biggest eyesores into a man-sized version of a toy dump truck.
A 1974 farming tractor gets tricked out.
In this series premiere, John Schneider goes logging with Paul Palmer, single dad to three boys, while John's team of experts at the Lone Star Speed Shop take Paul's old skidder and trick it out into a robotic beast with armored plates and scales.