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Top Gear USA premiere Sunday 10 pm at Shultzy's

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  • Top Gear USA premiere Sunday 10 pm at Shultzy's

    I think many of you know and love Top Gear (the British TV show).
    The team that created (and is still running) the British version has created a US version, with American hosts, filmed in California.

    I don't know if the American show will be awful or awesome, but I need to watch it either way.

    The show premieres this Sunday at 10 pm. Shultzy's in the University District will have its big-screen TV(s) tuned to the show. For me, at least, this beats watching it alone at home. The kid should be asleep by then, so I'm planning to be there. Anyone want to join me?


    Top Gear USA:

    Shultzy's in the U-District:

  • #2
    TOP GEAR = favorite show.

    I really hope this new American Top Gear is at least half as good as the Limey version.
    The places they go on their challenges and races are a good portion of the show to me, the cars are great too, but the dry English humor makes it all work. Enjoy the bar show, I'll be on the couch with a brew or 2.
    It's all part of life's rich tapestry.


    • #3
      Hi Shane,
      Yeah, I'm a big fan of TG, and have high hopes for this version too. Sorry I won't be able to attend; past bedtime on a school night!
      All Together Now..... Everybody.......


      • #4
        Something tells me I may be viewing all alone...


        • #5
          Sorry Shane, like Mark said it is kind of late for a work night for this old guy. Have a great time and take a few pictures of the event.



          • #6
            Shane st al
            You won't be viewing it alone in the greater sense of the word. I'll be in couch lock mode by 10.


            • #7
              I appreciated the offer, Shane, but I'm really glad I didn't drive all the way into Seattle in the middle of the night to watch the show. I seriously enjoy the original and was sadly disappointed by Version 2.0.

              I don't understand why we can't just get regular broadcasts of the British show. THOSE guys are funny.


              "If you don't know where you're going, any road will take you there." -- George Harrison