Top Gear's unique approach to automobile entertainment has already seen the popular BBC program tackle burning issues such as "Can you build your own amphibious car?," "Can you buy an old supercar for less than the price of a small hatchback?," and "Can a stretch limousine jump over a wedding?" The answers, as it turns out, are "only if you want to get wet," "only if you want to break down then crash," and "sort of, but don’t park any mobile homes behind the reception tent." Top Gear found this out so you didn’t have to. Silly and opinionated, Top Gear is full of big ideas that never quite work properly or, at the very least, catch fire a bit before they do. Now Jeremy Clarkson, James May, Richard Hammond — oh, and barely-tame racing driver "The Stig" — return with and another batch of tire-smoking, lap-record-breaking, ambitious-but-nonsense car stuff.