I'm afraid it is, although the production company has asked on twitter what toys we would like to see if they would do another series.Finally something worth watching! And this is continuing right? I mean its not just a series with a single episode....I hope not..
The mind boggles as to what might be done with Action Man*I'm not sure there's much else that can be done with classic toys without going too niche. He already covered most of the classics like action figures in his first Top Toys show, and the ones in his Toy Stories cover the extent of the universally popular ones. Unless there's something I'm missing.
The mind boggles as to what might be done with Action Man*
*GI Joe to you
I vote for Transformers.
That could actualy work, while not realy a building challenge it would be instantly recognisable to all.I suggested real life Monopoly with Richard Branson and Lord Sugar.
This could prove to be a tad ambitous That's 1400km.....It would be quicker to build a scale 1:1 pyramid in lego I thinkPlease, not Branson and Sugar!
James has already mentioned that he'd like to super-supersize some of the challenges (I think there's a link to an interview around here somewhere that LindenChase posted). He mentioned a model train through the Channel Tunnel and a Lands End to John O'Groats Scalextric challenge. Only as ideas, though.
Original one, or rematch?In the 'The Great Train Race,' does anyone know the music played between 35:31 - 35:55 (it may faintly continue after this too)?