Strippers: Cars for Cash - Netflix

Posted by Editor on Sun 02 June 2019

If your much-loved motor isn't looking a million dollars, don't despair – spare parts don't have to mean broken hearts. From mashed-up Minis to sorry-looking Subarus, join two teams of qualified London breakers as they go head-to-head in a bid to turn piles of scrap into piles of cash. With only three days to find, dismantle and sell off the parts, the pressures on to make the maximum profit and win the challenge. This is the ultimate test of stripping skills and salesmanship, when motoring treasures are discovered, patience is tested and fears are confronted. And who else to narrate the series but the ‘Only Fools and Horses' star John Challis aka ‘Boycie'.

Strippers: Cars for Cash - Netflix

Type: Reality

Languages: English

Status: Ended

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: 2012-10-08

Strippers: Cars for Cash - Spearmint Rhino - Netflix

Spearmint Rhino is a chain of strip clubs that operates venues throughout the United States, United Kingdom, and Australia. The club opened in 1989 as a supplement to the existing Peppermint Elephant Restaurant. This first Spearmint Rhino was located in Upland, California.

Strippers: Cars for Cash - In popular culture - Netflix

In Episode 19 of Season 5 of the TV series Supernatural, the Archangel Gabriel makes reference to the club when describing the positive aspects of humanity, saying “And you should see the Spearmint Rhino.” In the TV series South Park, there is a parody of the club called the “Peppermint Hippo” that is featured in two separate episodes, “Lil' Crime Stoppers” and “The Return of Chef”. This same name is used for a club in the movie Date Night. In Episode 4, Season 2 of The Inbetweeners (A Night Out in London), the character Neil states that he and his friends are going to a club, referring mistakenly to the Spearmint Rhino. In episode 4, series 7 of Top Gear is the “Italian Mid-Engined Supercars For Less Than A Second-Hand Mondeo Challenge”, the endpoint of which is a Spearmint Rhino franchise in Slough. In episode 6, series 5 of TV series Spooks (“Hostage Takers, Part 1”), the character Adam threatens to send someone to a place that “makes Guantanamo Bay look like Spearmint Rhino.” In the video game Grand Theft Auto V, the Vanilla Unicorn Gentlemen's Club is a play on Spearmint Rhino Gentlemen's Club. In Episode 11, season 2 of Andy Richter Controls the Universe, the stripper says she works at “Cinnamon Cheetah.” During the 2016 Billboard Music Awards, stars of Bad Moms featuring Mila Kunis, Kristen Bell and Kathryn Hahn pay to The Las Vegas Spearmint Rhino

Strippers: Cars for Cash - References - Netflix