Saturday, March 28, 2015

Clarkson OUT; Oye!

"Another Fine Mess"

Top Gear producer 'won't press charges' against Jeremy Clarkson


The physical altercation lasted "around 30 seconds and was halted by the intervention of a witness," said the report's author, Ken MacQuarrie.

As a result, the BBC's director general, Tony Hall, said he would not renew Clarkson's contract.

"For me a line has been crossed," he said on Wednesday. [Full Story]

For them what care, Top Gear's Jeremy Clarkson was fired as host of BBC's Top Gear.  He evidently "lost it" and beat the crap out of a BBC producer.  Show producers say they will replace Clarkson and continue Top Gear with a new format.  First, no, they cannot replace Clarkson.  Second, who cares?  

There can be no bigger fan of the show than me, but JFC, by now the show is nothing but a parody of itself.  They're re-doing the same "road shows" and there's scant difference between the look and speed of today's cars and those of 2002.  Maybe that was Clarkson's way of putting the show out of its misery.

 I don't know what producer Oisin Tymon did to provoke Jezzer, but I suspect he's one of the BBC flaming Liberals  that he detests so much.  Well Done Jezz. I've long felt that you and Richard Hammond are destined to do the movie "Another Fine Mess;" the life story of Oliver and Hardy. Now's the time.


It Must Be Said
Archer is the wittiest, best written show on television. And best animated, ever.

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