Tonight saw the final episode of the latest series of Top Gear air on BBC Two – and there were a couple of big talking points.
Presenter Matt LeBlanc took an SUV for an-off road ride and decided to use the car to try to 'save' people in trouble.
And unfortunately for him, he ended up having to turn his hand to a group of naked ramblers who were lost on top of a mountain – it was all a bit odd.
All they had to protect their modesty were some scarves and boots – as LeBlanc said, "That's a lot for the eyes".
It was a lot to take in for viewers too:
Why do naked ramblers wear hats and scarves #TopGear- Nigel Thorpe (@PrintspecNigel) April 23, 2017
Oh Jesus I'd be disinfecting the seats like a crazy bird 😂😂😷😷 #TopGear- Rebecca Dundon 👄🍸 (@Rebeccadundon1) April 23, 2017
For the first time since I've seen him, Joey didn't say the magic words. "How you doin'?" Must be the cold wind... #TopGear- David Murphy (@D1Smurphy) April 23, 2017
Something else that got people talking was this week's guest. Jamiroquai singer Jay Kay popped in to do a lap and have a chat – and people weren't all that impressed with him:
Is Jay Kay really no.1 all over the world? When did I miss this? Think he's turned into a parody of himself #TopGear- Bella (@ziabell) April 23, 2017
Jay Kay wasn't tonight's only unpopular guest either. There was a random segment where former F1 chief Bernie Ecclestone was interviewed by Eddie Jordan and some weren't at all keen on the whole thing:
Tonight's series finale also saw the crew get busy turning 'the world's ugliest car' into a yacht.
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