The short guy on BBC
who is most famous for nearly killing himself by crashing a 300mph jet car in 2006, the latest in several "life threatening" situations he has been put in - including being struck by lightning and "drowned" in a car.
The short one with the mullet, and the guy who loves blowing up caravans. Also hosted "
Brainiac - Science abuse
Is commonly known as "
Rediscovered his motor abilities after
by playing with
Also apparently has "not had his teeth done"
Richard Hammond's quotes
"I have not had my teeth done"
"I am a Driving God!"
's "Tame racing driver"
Stig never speaks and is covered in a white fireproof nomex driving suit and a black visored helmet.
Also known as "
" or more recently "
His job is basically to drive fast ... very fast.
Is introduced by the Top Gear presenters with amusing "facts" usually starting with "Some say..."
Some say he has webbed feet, and his helmet can intercept radio waves .... All we know is - he's called "
favourite expression when devising an evil scheme. Usually uttered whilst tenting his fingers.
Mr Burns "
have the hounds been released?"
Smithers "Yes sir"
Mr Burns "Excellent"
"GET OVER HERE"
kang is dragged backwards.
Scorpion hits him with a second spear "C'MERE"
Alternate command by Mortal Kombat character Scorpion when spearing an opponent and yanking them backwards. Used instead of "Get over here" or the less known "Get the fuck over here" or "Get over here bitch!" All voiced by Ed Boon.
Scorpion spears opponent "C'MERE!" uppercuts them.
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