Here’s How Twitter Reacted To The Grand Tour: Episode 3
Following last week’s strange and very off-piste effort, The Grand Tour team returned to what is considered to be their bread and butter: a classic lads’ road-trip.
Clarkson, Hammond and May took a trio of cars to Italy in the summer time, and didn’t it look marvellous? Well, except one car.
— The Grand Tour (@thegrandtour) December 2, 2016
The utterly ridiculous Dodge Challenger Hellcat took the spotlight away from the beautiful Aston Martin DB11 and the Rolls-Royce Dawn, but we guess that was the whole point.
— The Grand Tour (@thegrandtour) December 3, 2016
Moving on from episode two, which was widely panned by audiences, the reception has been much better for this third episode. We’ve rounded up some of the best reactions from Twitter – they’re mostly positive…
— Jason Nash (@TheJasonNash) December 2, 2016
— Jordan Groves (@jgroves1996) December 5, 2016
The 3rd episode of @thegrandtour is back on point after a disappointing 2nd episode 👍🏽
— Kam Banwait (@ScriptedPixels) December 4, 2016
The Grand Tour is ruddy terrible.
Keep trying with an open mind, but good heavens it's woeful.
— Rhodri (@TheRhodri) December 4, 2016
The Guardian pointed out the show’s use of historic landmarks as a backdrop, which they reckoned was TGT poking fun at Top Gear for using the Cenotaph in a video with Ken Block last year.
The Grand Tour: Jeremy Clarkson is really taunting the BBC now https://t.co/8XnRQqcAm5
— The Guardian (@guardian) December 3, 2016
And after reports in the papers a couple of months ago, the show gave us the gift of seeing Jeremy Clarkson’s house being blown up after he lost his bet with Hammond and May over which of the Holy Trinity of hypercars would be fastest around a track.
Wow Jeremy Clarkson really blew up his house on the grand tour😳
— 👉👌 (@The_afterlyf) December 5, 2016
— The Grand Tour (@thegrandtour) December 4, 2016
Everyone seems pretty pleased with the latest episode, though, and we’re hoping for more of the same come Friday. Roll on episode four!
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