And On That Bombshell… is that everything on Top Gear was scripted. But that doesn’t mean Jeremy Clarkson, James May, and Richard Hammond were constantly reading off cue cards – the reality is that while every scene had a script, the length and detail varied based on the segment.For track tests, the script was detailed, the better to keep Clarkson, Hammond, or May on task. Send the lads out into the field for a lengthier feature, and the script more closely resembled a simple outline. With the move to The Grand Tour, one of our biggest complaints has been the rigid structure of the more free-form segments at expense of the natural chemistry between the hosts. See episode two’s military fiasco in Jordan. With episode four, The Grand Tour’s main segment balances heavy-handed jokes without smothering the fun chemistry between the hosts.Like episode three, the meat of The Grand Tour’s fourth installment is a promising premise – build cars with ecologically friendly powertrains, but with interiors and exteriors that rely on natural materials. And in true Clarkson, Hammond, and May fashion, the effort is ham-fisted. A dose of irony underpins the hilarity of the team’s efforts, too, since these “sustainable”… Read full this story
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