They really need to expand the show to a 90 minute time slot so the actual episode is 60 minutes long. Right now the hour long show is 40 minutes of content, and with the recap after the commercials it's closer to 30-35 minutes, so like half a UK episode. There's no way they can compete like that.Some of the best in car camera footage of the Aventador I have seen, but that is where it ends for me.
Though the guys have much better chemistry and social dialogue than they used to, I just can't stand the lack of content in this episode. Fun banter and Aventador aside, this was a complete throw away. They have been getting better and better since halfway through the second season but now this episode is just to much out of line. It may be good production value but not well targeted.
Really, I just want them to talk about cars and do stuff with cars. The challenges are fun but there has to be some meat to them. Tell me about the cars! And please, make it more than one car that has been out for a long time. My own hands on time with an Aventador has told me more than I got out of this. I didn't drive it, but being in one and hearing it tells me much more than the sparse stats that Tanner rattled off.
I didn't see him abusing an animal. What I did see is the gate falling off of the trailer and the calf walking/falling out.Rutledge Wood should be arrested for animal abuse.
Oh yea? Either man up and go make a citizen's arrest against him or keep hiding behind your computer...Rutledge Wood should be arrested for animal abuse.
But then people would be on this forum complaining about ANOTHER pickup truck episode. Though it would have been funny to see them doing the challenges with absolute base model V6's.* Tanner would lose his mind.Every task they did would have been done better by a pickup.