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Comic #3387

1 Adam: The BBC called. They want us to be the new hosts of Top Gear!
1 Jamie: What's that?
2 Adam: It's a TV show where the hosts do stupid and dangerous things, while making lame jokes.
3 {beat}
4 Adam: And it's British.
4 Jamie: Ah, there's the difference.

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I considered on several occasions making Top Gear another theme for this comic. The antics of James May, Richard Hammond, and Jeremy Clarkson seemed almost perfectly designed for sending up in this medium.

But alas it was not to be, and it seems that any further inspiration from that corner of the world will no longer be forthcoming either. It was a fun ride while it lasted.

Oh, and if you've never seen any of the other shows the hosts presented, I recommend James May's stuff. In particular, Man Lab, Toy Stories, and Oz and James's Big Wine Adventures.

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