Rumored Clarkson Top Gear Replacement Sue Perkins Received Death Theats

As the BBC mulls what to do with the money-spewing Top Gear franchise without sacked star Jeremy Clarkson or his two co-presenters, some have floated the idea that comedian, broadcaster and The Great British Bake Off host Sue Perkins could take his place. Naturally, this means she gets death threats on Twitter. » 4/14/15 12:03pm Tuesday 12:03pm

Jeremy Clarkson Now Just Auctioning Off Piles Of Literal Crap

Tired of the whole What Is Jeremy Clarkson Doing Now That He’s Got More Free Time On His Hands, You Know, After He Got Fired From Top Gear, Yes, Top Gear, Remember That Show, It Was On TV Like Twelve Years Ago thing? No? Great. Here’s Clarkson auctioning off a pile of literal crap. And also, talking about Top Gear. » 4/13/15 10:30am Monday 10:30am

Jeremy Clarkson Will Be Back On The BBC, But Not For Top Gear UPDATE

You, the spittle-flecked, confused masses, were under the impression that the BBC had fired Jeremy Clarkson for punching a Top Gear producer in the face. But you, the blithering, enraged peanut gallery, were wrong. Because he was only fired from Top Gear, not the whole BBC, and in a few weeks, he’ll be back. » 4/08/15 11:53am 4/08/15 11:53am

Watch Richard Hammond Demonstrate Olympic-Level Swearing

I love profanity. I don’t care who knows it. There’s something so gloriously freeing and exhilarating about releasing a nice, long, flowing, vulgar stream of foul language. When it comes to some world-class Freestyle Flying Off The Handle Swearing, I have to say Richard Hammond really nails it. » 4/07/15 8:30pm 4/07/15 8:30pm

A Critical Review Of James May's New Web Series

As a comedian living in New York, I know plenty of people who, during their time between jobs, have turned to making a web series to fill their time and potentially turn their careers around. Now, former Top Gear host James May seems to have joined their ranks with his Unemployment Tube series. In this first… » 4/04/15 9:39am 4/04/15 9:39am

James May's 'I Quit Top Gear' Tweet Is Fake, Everyone


After it was announced that the BBC would not be renewing Top Gear host Jeremy Clarkson’s contract, co-host James May announced that his next step would require “a lot of careful thought.” That’s so far pretty much all he’s said. But a lot of people have been suckered in by this imposter Twitter account. » 3/25/15 5:47pm 3/25/15 5:47pm