Yes he did.did anyone else hear jeremy say this in todays episode? or did my mind fabricate that.
News was good, interview OK (but then I'm a huge fan of BB so I'm biased) and I enjoyed Jeremy's car review. I really like the fact that he didn't like it because of all the electronics, which was the same conclusion that he came to when he reviewed another Ferrari (?Scud from 11x01, or 599 from 10x03 but I'm not sure). The Ashes left me cold - don't know whether it was because I've seen it before or whether it wasn't edited as well as the AUS version, but I didn't find it as funny as the TG AUS one. 5/10 - sorry guys!
Can't comment on the Aus version since I haven't seen it, but if it's anything like the German challenge I think length is the main issue. I don't understand why TGUK don't give an entire episode, or at least 45 minutes of one, to these types of face-offs, especially since it was clear there was some good chemistry between the two sets of guys.
This episode is getting a 1 out of pure spite, due to my mate getting tickets from my former uni tutor, and I didn't, cos I'm not at uni anymore.
(Begrudgingly it was a canny episode, I remembered the xj220 transit from goodwood though)
They give too much length to these types of segments in my mind, I miss the days when two parters were the exception, rather than the norm. We got more of Jeremy being stuck in a shit car absolutely ripping it to pieces.
Oh yeah, Transit van that goes like a stabbed rat. Ace. I thought they'd wheel out that tranny that Ford built which was basically an F1 car with a box on top, but the V6 from a Metro 6R4/Jag X220 is good enough.