Sure getting trapped in a room with Adam Carolla is my personal hell, but The Car Show wasn't all bad. Here are the guys teaching some ladies how to drive stick on a Viper ACR.
From Matt Farah, the now-former co-host of — "The Car Show" — a now-deceased Speed TV show seen by countless dozens of Americans:
There's been a massive shake-up at SPEED TV's automotive variety program The Car Show with former NBA great and current TV not-so-great John Salley axed from the show, along with 30 minutes of the formerly hour-long program, as Jalopnik exclusively learned. Details below.
Adam Carolla isn't known for being smart. That's not to say he's stupid — only that he's built his reputation on other things, like his spotless "bro" credentials, his penchant for adolescent humor (despite being 47 years old), and his unabashed love of women (or portions of their anatomy).
Make sure to tune-in to see The Car Show with Adam Carolla on SPEED tonight at 10 PM EST. Come from the car humor, stay for the two hours of Pinks.
In my dreams, I am an eagle, gliding above mountains and plains, diving for the silver flash of a salmon. In my nightmares, Dan Neil dons a hot-dog costume and shouts at me through a bullhorn. Here's a new clip of stuntwork from Adam Carolla's "The Car Show," due to be yanked from the hot wiener water this Wednesday…
The first promo video of The Car Show revealed a set clearly borrowed from Merv Griffin. Jalopnik readers made fun of it and now, as this exclusive photo shows, they've dropped the desk and replaced it with a bowling alley and, wait, wait, is that a sponsor's logo on the wall? I can't quite make it out.…
Many questions abound about how "The Car Show with Adam Carolla" will differentiate itself from "Top Gear USA" since both shows are about car guys hanging out and driving cars. This first trailer shows the first big difference: a really crappy set.
Adam Carolla's "The Car Show" featuring Dan Neil, Matt Farah and John Salley will open the network's summer season on SPEED Wednesday, July 13th at 10 PM EST.
Speed TV's adding talented auto scribes Ezra Dyer and Aaron Robinson to "The Car Show" team. "The Car Show will be the definitive U.S. program on everything automotive," said Speed President Hunter Nickell. And that's a real high bar.