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The show is an expansion of the Late Late Show with James Cordon segment.

If you're committed, looking to get out, or single, chances are a car figures into your love life.


It's Matt LeBlanc, Chris Harris, Rory Reid, and The Stig, together again.

Still no official date, but it's apparently "coming soon" to both the BBC and BBC America.


Oh, and a CR-V

Yes. Everyone had at least one awkward yearbook photo.


Yo dawg. We heard you like Super Bowl commercials.



Ford wants you to know it's a mobility company.


No word on if he must turn in his Terrible Towel

He's still a solid Steelers fan, though.


Florida man gets caught, sees felony charges.

You gotta pay the toll, troll.

Chevy adds Batman to its latest Real People, Not Actors ad. The focus group's reaction to the Lego Batmobile isn't what the caped crusader had in mind.


A Taiwanese politician's racy funeral procession literally stopped traffic as it paraded dozens of scantily clad pole dancers through city streets last week.


A modern cowboy saved the day in Paris, Tennessee last week when he jumped on the hood of a police cruiser and roped a runaway calf.


This is why you don't loan cars.

Losing your car in a multi-story parking structure is a pretty easy thing to do if you're not paying close attention.


After a year of increasingly absurd and irrelevant record stunts, we're looking for the brain trust to restore our sanity.


US pilots flying against ISIS get into the holiday spirit.

And they weren't delivering lumps of coal.


Not much cargo space for presents.

Reindeer don't make these sounds.


In what is surely the most Canadian thing to ever happen, an Alberta man drove his Zamboni home from work earlier this week and stopped into Tim Hortons for a little pick-me-up for the drive. According to CBC, Jesse Myshak was working on his recently purchased Zamboni at his workplace in Stony Plain, Alberta on Tuesday. He bought the big machine to resurface his backyard ice rink, a fact that is delightfully Canadian in its own right, and after tinkering with it all day it was ready for action.


Leno gives Tyson a ride in his custom built, turbine-powered EcoJet.


This isn't a repeat of Operation Desert Stumble.

This is the best parts of The Grand Tour's last two episodes, combined into a jaunt through the Welsh countryside.


This is a clever little ad for the Opel Ampera-e.

We laughed. We cried. We wish Chevy would use this in the US.


A man in Portland plead not guilty this week to blocking traffic while impersonating a tree.

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