Clarkson, Hammond, And May STILL Can't Name Their New TV Show

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How could naming a show be THIS hard?

We already know quite a bit about the new Amazon show from Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May. We know that it will begin in the fall. We know that Clarkson has been involved in a crash while filming it. And we know that they have built a crazy Mercedes convertible for one of the show's features. However, we still don't know what the new show will be called! Obviously, the three former hosts of "Top Gear" realize how silly it is that this highly hyped show still doesn't have a confirmed name. That is why they have released a new video.

The video shows the three blokes trying to come up with a name, and failing miserably. To quote Clarkson, "how hard can it be?" In the end, the video finished with the hashtag #TheStillVeryMuchUntitledClarksonHammondMayAmazonPrimeShowComingAutumn2016. Not bad, but not very catchy.

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Some of the pitches that they make in the video include Automate(s), Tripod, Selling England By The Pound (along with other Genesis album names). Clarkson then throws out the name, A Small Puddle Of Excellence. Clearly, these three are having a tough time with the name. Let us know in the comments if you think you have a good name for the new show! Note that you can't use the word "gear" as Clarkson says the BBC would squash the idea for legal reasons.

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