Ah, I haven't seen the early episodes in... a very long time (except for series 1).Nah, the idiot was talking about 04x04, not the Basel-to-Blackpool race in 12x04...
Clearly a wormhole has been found. We must hurry to repair the damage before the universe implodes!...oh, wait, that means that TGUK ripped off itself. No, no, no! That can't be possible! Only TGUS rips off TGUK!
A lot of the pans/drive-bys are filmed by a different crew after the fact, I would assume like UK does.I also question whether or not what we were seeing was filmed in chronological order. Some of the terrain and sights seemed out of sequence.
It seems we all find them annoying! Assuming you're like most viewers and comfortably sitting down watching TV, it beats me why we need the pre-ad 'What's coming up next' clips. And I find it even more bewildering why the same primary audience would need a 'What you've seen already' post-ad recap? Add the likelihood of a PVR being used, and there's even less excuse for this nonsense. It seems the TV network broadcasts this show on the assumption most viewers are constantly flicking channels throughout the entire hour and not sitting patiently on the couch waiting for the damn ads to finish.Now we just need to have History work on those post-commercial recaps. I understand why they have them (a lot of other networks do it as well), but they really need to work on condencing them so they don't take so much of the show's time.
I was half expecting him to show up in an old station wagon just for the Hell of it. Surprised that any of them made it.I enjoyed it. Yes it's been done by TGUK (a couple of times). But who cares. I imagine that most haven't seen the TGUK episodes (those following FinalGear not included) so it is new to the TGUS audience.
And who would have thought Adam brings a SuperDuty? Definitely a US spin to the challenge.
But yeah, the commercial recaps are wearing very thin.
Great, now get them to pass US emissions standards and get Americans to buy them. Also remember diesel and petrol are priced differently here from there, making marketing the car on cheaper fuel costs more challenging.that's crazy just get any modern, european diesel car and do it easily, I do it every week with 55 mpg average