Top Gear

Season 14 Episode 5

Series 14 Episode 5

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Aired Sunday 8:00 PM Dec 20, 2009 on BBC Two
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This week, Jeremy, James and Richard are curating an exhibition of motoring-related art at the Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art (in, not surprisingly, Middlesbrough). This exhibition includes work created by the three presenters. On the track, Jeremy drives the new Noble M600.

Jenson Button is the Formula 1 World Champion in a Reasonably Priced Car.

Broadcast time, 8pm on BBC 2 & BBC HD.

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  • a boring episode of top gear? im afraid so!!

    3.5
    this may be the first episode of Top Gear that i found boring.... i know there is a first time for everything but come on....... an art show?!? i was thouroughly not impressed and was falling asleep. On the other hand i did like all the shots they take at May... and the stink bomb... classic.



    im sorry, but the only good thing about this episode was the car review by Clarkson. Now that was an insane machine.



    What i would have liked to see is a drag race with all the supercars at once... perhaps they did not have permission?



    The rest however was putting me to sleep.

    Im sure the next episode will bouce back.moreless

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  • TRIVIA (1)

    • Ratings for this episode: 5.6 million, a 21% audience share, with a further 1.5 million ( 6.1%) watching the repeat on Christmas Day.

  • QUOTES (2)

    • Jeremy Clarkson: Some say that you shouldn't go round to his house for your Christmas lunch unless you enjoy the great taste of seagull. And that the reason he always wears a helmet is because a man once smashed him in the face with a model of Salisbury Cathederal. All we know is he's called the Stig.

    • James May: There are two very good reasons why you should choose the Aston Martin. Firstly and unlike the Porsche, it does look rather magnificent. Secondly, most importantly, this is quintessentially British, despite the fact that it's made in Austria, which I think is in Germany.

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