No bull. I did. The Grand Tour announced in their finale that their regular show was done and they'd only be doing periodic specials. If you love cars the way I do, if you love the Boys and their irreverence the way I do, it's a sad moment. One thing I really liked about the finale, is they hit on a point I've been making here in these pages. They talked about the death of the Mondeo and how it's analogous to the end of their show. Car companies are cancelling cars left and right in favor of SUV/Crossover vehicles (station wagons). They're following the market, and I understand that, but there's no passion in these things. They are appliances. It's like watching Brady win 6 rings. This fraud of a QB who hides behind the rules, while defense in the league dies a slow death. Watching the car industry morph into a toaster and blender factory at the same time that some of the most beautiful, efficient, and fastest cars in history are being produced. It hurts. And I worry that the day is coming that enthusiast cars become rare oddities. So to with the Boys and their show. Rarely do you get such a great combination of humor, education, entertainment and enthusiast culture from one place. I'm glad their not gone for good, but still sad that it won't be the whole pie anymore. The Boys can never be replaced. It was a great 17 years.