After getting ticketed, booted or towed people let out their frustration with some colorful language.
Although the Parking Authority may not be popular they are just doing their jobs.
Our Detroit characters take us for a ride through Motor City to show us their favorite sights.
Hungry, gourmand booters Steve and Sherry enjoy some of the finest dining Philly has to offer.
Victims of the Parking Authority do not have very nice things to say.
Garfield and Sherry run into a character right out of Goodfellas while booting in South Philly. He calls himself Rocky Balboa and hilariously lets his opinions be known on any number of subjects - from booting to italian dinner.
Mash up of all the interesting moments of episodes 88 and 90
The ticketers are a talented bunch. We see some of their dance moves and hear their original tunes as they and the citizens rock out.
Some of PPA's most irate encounters share their anger.
A recap of some of the wildest ticketing scenes from both Philly and Detroit.
As our Lot Officers will attest, woman are more of a handful than men when dealing with impounded cars and we have Miss Payne to prove it, a very vocal protester trying to free her car.
A New Jersey novelist, specializing in mob stories, has to get her car out of impoundment after her son and his stripper girlfriend took it without permission.
If anyone appreciates the importance of a car, its an employee of the PPA. Booter Steve Garfield gives us a tour of his personal ride.
A guitarist brings his guitar with him to the Philadelphia Parking Authority Office, and plays a tune for the people.
Meet the people the Motor City loves to hate. DeAndre, nicknamed "Ponytail" for his long lock of hair, faces off with an irate citizen over parking on city property.
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