Well folks, episode three is over and in this writer's opinion there is a little potential peeking through the cracks. The guys are relaxing a little in their roles and even the studio audience managed a brief chuckle, although I still whince when Charlie introduces The Stig... they need a new copywriter for that one.
The challenge was entertaining, however as in previous weeks, you're left wondering what the actual challenge was, as there seems to be an absence of any scoring system or properly defined goal.
The Mercedes CLK 63 AMG Black Series review was the best one yet, Steve does seem to be the most natural in front of the camera and his energy is infectious.
Charlie still has plenty of awkward arm action going on and Warren couldn't find the grunt in a turbo-diesel BMW X6 which seems odd - maybe it was a 'Friday' car.
BUT, I think it has come a long way in just three short episodes. Give them another season and it could very well turn into a hit show, which would be kinda cool.
Let us know what you think in the comments below.
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