That's exactly the one I meant! Hurrah! Well done youOhhh.... Good find!
Here's the one of Jeremy in a nurses uniform: http://img818.imageshack.us/img818/7819/nurseclarksonsez.jpg
Can't believe I missed the "Who would I shag" discussion. Although I do try and keep those opinions off FG
Can't do James in a catsuit, but thanks to the wonder that is my housemate's twisted mind, I can provide James as Frank N Furter from The Rocky Horror Picture Show, if that helps: http://www.grimeteam.co.uk/Frankenfurter.jpg
Back in 2007, she also came up with a Top Gear nativity to rival last year's road trip... http://www.mynetimages.com/62ce542f_md.jpg
Why yes, my house mate is completely bonkers. How else do you think she puts up with me?
Well, Jeremy's problem is two-fold: 1) He hates manual labour, and 2) he thinks anything and everything can be mended with a hammer.If this is a survival thing involving hunting, mending things, fending off predators and generally avoiding being a pillock all around, I honestly see no hope for Clarkson and Hammond!
I second thatI miss the point keeping in challenges. Or I should say, the semi-serious point keeping, not the joke points they have now, when they even bother to keep score. For me, it adds substance to the show. I've always said that it's easy to be entertaining, and it's also easy to be informative, but it's very difficult to be entertaining in an informative way, which was something TopGear nailed earlier in it's life. For example, the $10k supercar challenge always stands out. I know we've all browsed the classifieds/eBay for old Ferrari's and Lamborghini's and find models selling for half the price of a new Ford Focus and wonder to ourselves how cool it would be to buy one. Well, TopGear did an excellent segment on exactly what you could expect from an old cheap supercar. It was informative, but also hilarious, which is something that takes SKILL to produce. Buying used cars and crashing into each other? Easy, any incompetent moron could do that.
Yeah. They've not seriously scored a challenge since the British Leyland one.I miss the point keeping in challenges. Or I should say, the semi-serious point keeping, not the joke points they have now, when they even bother to keep score.