What people should really learn is that different people have different opinions and that one opinion isn't better or worse than the other. They should either accept this fact, or not read an online forum anymore. Third option of course is to keep reading the forums, and keep beeing annoyed while doing so. :lol: I bet you'll choose the third option.Yes. People should learn to accept that the old Top Gear format is dead and that it won't come back anymore. It has been dead for at least 5 years. So either you accept the new concept of The Grand Tour and try to enjoy it or quit watching. But stop whining as if someone has stolen something from you.
Actually I think the opposite was true. This pushed the episode from a 6 to a (just about) 7 for me. The meat car was a subtle jab at people who drive eco cars but eat meat. The meat/livestock industry causes more environmental problems than the motor industry. As JC has often said, people think that attacking motorists and the car industry in general is the solution to all eco concerns and that's far from true.I don't think environmentally friendly vegetarians or vegans would approve.
Yes. I believe it was Richard Porter who said they'd filmed 36 of them, so it should be a different one for each episode.Is Conversation Street going to have unique silhouettes for each show? Last week JC's high heels, this week RH's outsized hand. I'll have to watch the others again for their differences.
It has been that way since Series 12 or 13 of Top Gear. I've been wondering for years why people who want to see car reviews, are still watching it anyway.It appears that votes are starting to get split along clear lines. Those who are reality show centric seem to like it and rank it high, while car show centric folks seem to be ranking it lower.