We've come to the end of Top Gear's 21st season, or series, or whatever the British are calling it nowadays, and that's a little sad. But for tonight, we still have Burma and a bunch of beastly trucks. And that's not so bad at all.
Hey everybody, have you heard? It's Christmas, according to Top Gear! And, accordingly, that gives us the first part of this year's belated Christmas special. This time the boys are in Burma, in trucks, and possibly into some shenanigans.
Tonight's episode was the last regular one of the season. Two more are left, but they are two parts of a belated special. With all the car-related business out of the way for the next few months we can reflect on, well, not much at all really, because it's Top Gear. But that's okay, because that's still pretty good.
Whether or not you believe the Daytona 500 is ongoing or just caught up in some rain, you've got some time you gotta kill. So why not kill it with some Top Gear?
Now we're really in the thick of the Top Gear season. Right in the middle, right where it gets really good. Oh yeah. Perfect. Nice. Yeah.
Everybody who's anybody has watched the newest episode of Top Gear 16 times in full already, even if that's not physically possible. But it doesn't matter, because it was much better than last week's episode, and that's what we in the business call "great news."
Top Gear's back! Top Gear's back! And for all you people that hate football and/or don't ever feel like leaving your house to drink beer with people you only barely have an association with, the first episode of Season/Series 21 is here. Oh goody.
The Super Bowl is today. Who gives a shit? The real thing we're excited for is the return of Top Gear. Here's what to expect from the new season of everyone's favorite motoring show.
When Top Gear came out with its first set of teasers for its 21st season, there was a bit of criticism from those that don't understand humor that they were a bit boring. Judging from these two full previews, the new season will be anything but.
Word on the street is that the new season (series?) of Top Gear drops on February 2nd. From this very brief teaser, it looks like there's going to be an awful lot of lorries (trucks?). If it's anything like the last season, though, it'll be melt-your-mind fantastic.
Well, it looks like ol' Jeremy Clarkson just pulled a fast one on all of us. Remember when he said on Twitter that the 21st season of Top Gear starts Jan. 23? The BBC says it doesn't and they have no clue what he's talking about.
It's been too long since we've watched our three favorite middle-aged British men hoon the ever-loving crap out of high-end cars, risk their lives in ridiculous challenges and piss off the French. The good news is we won't have to wait much longer for that sweet Top Gear action.