WATCH: Clarkson, Hammond and May's show won't be called 'Ace Biscuits' but they still don't have title
Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammon, and James May still don't have a title for their new Amazon show but they don't seem too perturbed.
Clarkson posted a funny video to Facebook in which the trio discuss title options ranging from 'Ace Biscuits' to 'Nile'.
“We’ve had an email from Jeff [Bezos, Amazon CEO]. He says we need a name. He says it has been nine months and still we haven’t got one and I don’t think he’s very pleased,” Hammond says.
May decides he'll have a custard cream before saying, “What if we come up with a new type of expression? What if called it…Ace Biscuits. You know, somebody could say, ‘Do you like my new shirt?’…’Yeah, that’s ace biscuits’.”
Hammond says no to that suggestion and continues, “Amazon is just a single word that they took”.
Clarkson then offers a few other river names as potential titles - Nile, Dong, Zambezi and Erewash.
They get distracted online by customised Ray Bans.
The video ends with the hashtag:
Over on Twitter Clarkson said they are "looking hard at suggests from EVERYONE" and fans have been offering suggestions below the Facebook video.
Most popular is Steph Driver's suggestion, "Two and a Half Men" followed by titles including "The Three Blokes", "Three Easily Distracted Men", and "That Car Show".