Jeremy: I maybe the first person in history to call this episode "mathematical".
James: Yeah. That would be a mistake.
Jeremy: Yeah. I'm delighted.
(cheers and applause continues)
James: Anyway. Let me guess this correctly. About Gravity Falls. It feels like Adventure Time because of the weird stuff going on around here.
Jeremy: Yes. Weird stuff coming out per episode. It just feels so "mathematical".
James: Okay, it's about as exciting to watch as Adventure Time.
James: Definitely. And oh...I can see your mouth wide open when you see how tonight's episode ended.
Jeremy: Yes it is. Just.
James: Yeah but you know what? I just don't get it why Mabel's grappling hook just made a comeback on that episode.
Jeremy: Yeah. Indeed. Mabel's grappling hook made a big comeback because the fans loved it. Anyway, here it is. Look...
|Mabel's Grappling Hook!!!|
Jeremy: Guess even the hardened of agents or adventurers are taking a hit now because it seems that Mabel's grappling hook was proven to be beneficial after all. It goes to show that in times of crisis like for instance when your nemesis took over your establishment, this is the one gadget to use.
James: Oh. I see? Well you know what? I just want that grappling hook.
Jeremy: Yeah. Particularly, I want the one from Just Cause because it has a grenade launcher on it.
James: Anyway, while we're watching that, I'd just picked up from my homies that they just saw a teaser trailer from the upcoming third series of BBC Sherlock. Guess everyone's in the talk right now.
Jeremy: Well, you know what. I'll pass.
James: Hey, wait. Aren't we doing the news now?
Richard: Right the news and while the boys got salivated over the cracking season finale, big news because come Sunday at 7:00pm BST on BBC One, there's a special live event going on because on that fateful day, BBC will announce, and this question gave me jitters...
Richard:..."who will be number 12?"
Jeremy: Who will be number 12? Does that mean, who will be Doctor Who number 12?
James: Yeah, are they going to announce who will be the 12th Doctor this Sunday evening in Britain?
Richard: That's right and that's not all. It will be a worldwide simulcast so that the whole world will know who will be the 12th Doctor. Are you ready?
(audience yelling: YES!)
Jeremy: Well, guess I'm not be going.
James: Me too.
Richard: Well. Okay. Fine. If you don't want to know who is the 12th Doctor, then you'll not going to ask him to take a spin on our reasonably priced car, the Vauxhall Astra Tech Line.
Richard: Oh! There goes my phone! I wonder what's going on? Oh!
James: What is it?
Richard: Says here...um...ah...never mind. Just those e-mail reset rubbishness.
Richard: Can't believe that these spam mails keep on getting me all the time. I always don't respond to those because they're spam but...why?
Jeremy: I dunno!
James: Japan now has a new taxi and here it is. Look...
|Nissan NV200 Vanette Taxi LPG Bifuel|
James: This is the Nissan NV200 Vanette Taxi. It's based on the NV200 minivan which I think to be it's one of the most rubbish vans I have ever seen in my life because it's cheap...
James: ...this one has a 1.6L LPG BiFuel engine, seats five people, and available for taxi operators at the starting price of 3,229,000 Japanese Yen.
Jeremy: LPG you say? LPG? Can you run a car in LPG?
Richard: Well, yeah. There are some cars that runs on LPG. South Korea sells some of those cars powered in LPG such as the Carens, the Spark, the Orlando, well I don't know the others but word of warning however that LPG-powered cars are less powerful and thirstier. Well, that's my theory.
Jeremy: Well, Richard. I guess you're statement can be either true or not because...oh yeah! LPG cars are less powerful and thirstier. However, we're not going to press the issue about fuel economies, eh?
Richard: Anyway, for the 2014 season, the Pirelli World Challenge will see an arrival of FIA GT3 cars. The likes of the Audi R8 LMS, Mercedes SLS AMG GT3, and BMW Z4 GT3, will now be part of the Pirelli World Challenge next year. How's that update satisfy you?
Jeremy: I had no interest on that. Sorry.
James: Me too. I don't had any interest on that kind of racing. We're only interest in high-profile names such as Formula One, WRC, and others. Speaking of F1. Anyone heard what would the sound of the V6 turbo engine that will serve as the basis for next year's season? Well, Mercedes-Benz was ready for next year's.
James: Want an audio sample? Here...
James: Impressive though. I like it. Not a lot but I like it.
Jeremy: Anyway, last week, we just tackled more about Lambo's Sesto Elemento racer, which is the carbon-clad Lamborghini we got interested to. What seems unnoticed that there was some guy in Kyrgyzstan just made a replica of the Sesto in the shed. Here's the clip.
Jeremy: Interesting though. Someone sure knows how to make a replica of the Sesto Elemento out of some banger.
James: Anyway, end of the news. And in case you noticed. Voting for the best Sponge Shorts for the SpongeBob SquareShorts Original Fan Tribute contest was ended. But you can still watch some of the fan made shorts in tribute for SpongeBob SquarePants. Like for instance...
In the UNDER 18 category:
1) The Krabby Commercial by David in the USA
2) The Silver Screen by Matthew in UK
3) Get Out of Here! by David in the USA
4) SpongeBob Jellyfish Catcher by Alessio in Switzerland
5) The Krabby Patty Formula Music Video by Keith in USA
In the 18 AND OVER category:
1) Finally Home by Nicole in South Africa
2) The Interview by Brett in the USA
3) Diligence by Joshua in the USA
4) SpongeBob-Alter Krabbenburger by Jurgen in Germany
5) SpongeBob My Best Friend by Arisdagues in Mexico.
Anyway, the winning short video will be announced this August 9, 2013. Which video will win? Find out!