Dirty? No. I think if I ever saw the Stig standing before a white background and pressing an imaginary blue button in the middle of the screen in a TEN promo, then I'd probably feel a little unclean.Did anyone else feel a little dirty when you saw that promo? *shudders*
You would think that anybody who would be interested in the show would have discovered it by now.
So that confirms what i suspected... they are now targeting the show at complete morons.I can't tell you how many times I've spoken to people who sounded interested in checking TopGear out until I mentioned which station it was on, at which point I'd get "Oh... I don't watch SBS."
What on earth are you talking about? Of course australia has no say in how TG is made and i never said anything like that.Neither SBS nor Nine have any say in how TopGear is made and what is in it.
I dont mean to sound obtuse, but which demographic is that?^ There are two separate issues, they just coincidentally are similar problems that coincide...
1. I don't like the direction TG uk has been heading with recent episodes. It seems the bbc are targeting a demographic that i increasingly feel i don't belong to.
In marketing speak, that's the lower-middle class, under 35 female market.^ One which consists of people who have little interest in cars and more interest in seeing guys get hit in the testicles.
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