So is Laziness.
But they called it something different in those days.
Anyway, there's yet another new car show - or new doing-up cars show - it's on Dave and it's called "Lazy Boy Garage"
I watched the first two shows last night. I quite liked it.
The opening credits are a bit misleading "For 10 years, the boys of the Lazy Boy Garage have been making money buying cars off the Internet and flipping them for profit."
That may all be technically true in bits but The Lazy Boy Garage is a brand new concept where the three presenters/mechanics/auctioneers don't leave the premises.
The presenters are Jonny Smith (from Fifth Gear), Tom Ford (formerly Fifth Gear currently Top Gear Magazine) and Tim Glover (a garage owner and mechanic apparently) They are stood in exactly the wrong order here:
The narration was quite funny, possibly because they got a comedian to do it - Jayde Adams - I'm guessing they gave her some free rein and hope she is a petrol-head:
This show mustn't be confused with Goblin Works Garage featuring Jimmy de Ville (recently started appearing in Fifth Gear), Anthony Partridge (a Canadian) and Helen Stanley (got tattoos)Paul Cowland (Salvage Hunters Classic Cars)
Salvage Hunters Classic Cars featuring Drew Pritchard (Salvage Hunters) and Paul Cowland (Turbo Pickers)
I don't believe you can have too many shows like this but keeping up with them is quite tricky - they tend to be on Dave or Quest mostly for me.
And they need a collective noun.
A Spanner of Car Shows?
A Fleet of Car Shows?
A Showroom of Car Shows?
I quite like a Manifold of Car Shows.