That was the joke - Clarkson had said they should get Knighthoods for solving Britain's financial crisis.At the end it wrote Sir James May, Sir Jeremy Clarkson and Sir Richard Hammond, since when did they get Sir?
Not just for you, because I read it in a few other posts, but I wanted to comment on it.Amber Heard seemed to take Jeremy's jokes in good humour. Doesn't matter if she can't drive. She's hot. The end.
Well, it's close enough:I guess we know who'll complain about this weeks episode not getting facts right then - lesbian groups
I agree on all accounts. But the sooner you come to the realization that the concept of the show hasn't been the same in ages (meaning: it's a some sort of scripted comedy variety show, with cars...occasionally), the sooner you'll stop worrying. Or watching. There was a time, when an entire TG episode was filled with only car tests and reviews (imagine that!), and no, I don't mean the "old Top Gear" from aeons ago, you only have to go to about 2004, 2005, 2006...I have no choice but to award this episode 3 out of 10.
Firstly, how annoying are the opening titles these days. The part that tells you what is coming up on the show used to be really good, but now they make it stupid for every episode (ie "Tonight... Richard wears a blue hat, James wears a big hat") blabla or whatever it was. It was so cringeworthy I blocked it out.
The snow plough feature would have been good if they'd cut out the stupid bits and kept it as a 10 minute feature at the start. I was dreading the words "We're going to pick that film up later", but I had a feeling they were coming.
Anyway, they could have made the snow plough feature 10 minutes long, then done the news, then the BMW vs Audi film, then the star in a reasonably priced car, then maybe the cool wall, then another car review and something else good inbetween that. The episode would have been much better if this had been the case. Or is this just wishful thinking these days? Sigh.
LOL, I especially liked the one on the right. Cute face.The girls behind Amber were much more interesting.
It's not only the girls who shift around. And it is a lot less sinister than that. If they stayed behind Amber they'd only see the back of her head instead of Jezza.do you ever notice how some of the women shift themselves to be within the frame from of the camera? XD