‘He isn’t actually with us,’ says the narrator. After the Grand Tour prank, Jeremy Clarkson took a shot at James May.
After the pair’s nasty caravan prank in a new episode of the show, JEREMY CLARKSON says he doesn’t think James May will get revenge on him and Richard Hammond.
The Grand Tour, a fan favorite show, returns to Amazon this month with two new episodes. Following a filming delay due to coronavirus and travel limitations, the trio gallivanted throughout Scotland this time. Jeremy Clarkson, 61, and Richard Hammond, 51, had time to prank James May, 58, yet more, this time leaving him wet.
The motor enthusiast will be shown struggling to get out of a puddle after Jeremy and Richard filled up his caravan with water.
Jeremy, 61, told This website that he doesn’t think their co-star will ever get them back.
“No, James is more interested in Victorian poetry,” he explained of his colleague.
“So, everyone’s mind rests on something, and mine is, ‘What can we do that is humorous and will make James’ life a little bit worse?’
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“It’s the same with Richard’s.
“James climbs into his automobile and muses about Victorian poetry. Until he goes to the bathroom, he has no idea where he is.
“So he doesn’t think about bringing us back, he’s soaked, gets in the car, victorian poetry.”
“Perhaps he’s putting it all away,” he joked.
Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? is a game show in which contestants compete for a chance to win a James is “never really with us,” according to the presenter.
As an example, he stated that his colleague occasionally follows the wrong camera car or makes a false turn while recording.
“He’s never really with us,” says the narrator. He lives in a really pleasant place,” he continued.
James has since stated that once they’ve done working together, he’ll most likely seek vengeance on his co-stars.
“I might do it long after we’ve all retired,” he said.
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“I’m thinking of setting fire to Richard Hammond’s Lake District home.”
The former Top Gear star also admitted that he enjoys being the target of their wind-ups on occasion.
“I don’t entirely know how,” he stated of the caravan prank. Brinkwire Summary News