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On Saturday night I watched Clarkson’s Farm, the excellent Amazon Prime series on Jeremy Clarkson learning how to run the 1,000 acres of the Cotswolds he owned.
There are two very funny scenes which turn it from Countryfile to comedy. The first is the a conversation with a local stone wall builder. He is 72 and speaks in a local accent so strong Clarkson cannot understand him.
So the director has added sub titles. But they are not a translation into English but into German. Very funny.
The best scene was Clarkson’s eyes brimming with tears as he says farewell to three ailing sheep at the abattoir. It was well done but it was a set up for a gag.
The final scene showed Clarkson eating what looked like a shepherd’s pie - made up of the sheep with Clarkson indicating that it tasted pretty good. Very funny.
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Had only just finished watching when I switched over to Who Wants to Be a Millionaire. Average fayre and it was Clarkson in the chair.
Following that Clarkson once again with a TV review show. I think its new. I couldn’t be bothered to watch as I had had my fill of Clarkson. You can have too much of a good thing.
The following day I find myself reading his column in the Sunday Times. Often it’s the only thing worth reading in the ST. What on earth has happened to the paper of late?
All this Clarkson mania puzzles me. How does he have enough time to actually work on his farm with all this TV to do?
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