After episode 2, I still stand by that - although episode 2 was better than episode 1. Although that may have had something to do with Eddie Jordan joining Evans & LeBlanc for the road-trip.
Still not got the chemistry working properly yet though.
The Internet seems more interested in watching Clarkson, May & Hammond assembling DHL packing boxes.
Which got me thinking.
Three middle-aged men - good chemistry - good comedy.
Now I know I've always banged on about how car shows should be presented by motoring journalists or racing drivers.
But, let's be honest, Top Gear is a comedy show with car bits in there too.
So this is who the BBC should have got in to front it...
They have all that is needed.
Including the cardboard boxes.