Have you ever opened a window in a hot car in winter? It’s almost as exciting as jumping from the hot tub back into the pool. There’s just something about it, for those that don’t speak French.
No, we are not.
The issue is that this is not a question for the U.S. to answer independently. There are very legitimate reasons that China, South Korea and Japan do not want war with North Korea, and it stretches beyond just counting North Korean lives.
Here’s a link to our coverage of the video they used for the show:
What did you all think?
Kristen will have a review up tomorrow.
Until then, bye-bye!
I’ll come back for more next week. I honestly feel like there was nothing to that supercar film other than Hammond’s crash. They just didn’t do anything interesting with the cars. Here’s hoping things pick up.
I found the show shockingly mediocre! The new celebrity segment was better, but it ran on for too long. The F-Type on the unfinished course is good enough, I suppose, but still feels derivative. Though I do like the themed celebrity segments now, with “fastest former talent show host” being this week.
And that’s the show. I can see why they put the crash in the first episode... there just wasn’t a lot there! They totally undercut the emotional weight, and it wasn’t as effective as the Top Gear Hammond crash. What a missed opportunity.
“The future is very fast, extremely quiet, but a bit burny.”
May claims the car kept catching fire for five days as the battery cells all became compromised. “Thermal runaway.”
Clarkson mad they had to get the clip from YouTube.
Keep in mind the Aventador was driven by the young hot Italian Clarkson.
The now-destroyed Rimac did the climb in 1:14.7, slower than the Aventador S.
haha, May cuts in to announce the times
Screen goes black and they run the audio. Cuts to camera pulling up to a burning car.
Oh, they just used the youtube footage! But kept the audio!
I am tense!