Surely they would be completely silent if they were true to form? That is before he stabbed everyone in the back.
Speakal, US-based manufacturer of novelty speaker systems, is at the Consumer Electronics Shows (CES) this year with a fresh range of set-ups, which include these Top Gear and Doctor Who inspired designs. This replica Stig helmet includes an iPod dock, digital amplifier and 25W output with built-in sub-woofer. Give him a track …
Nice title, but wrong picture (or an incorrect product).
The current (11th Doctor, Matt Smith) TARDIS has a St. John's Ambulance logo on the door, which is absent all the way back to the first four series (Doctor 1, William Hartnell).
(my Doctor Who geekiness extends to watching the programme and noting the difference, but not to knowing all the history - I thought the St. John's Ambulance sticker was a first with Doctor 11. Apparently not, see : http://www.themindrobber.co.uk/tardis-police-box.html)
While the tired 'stab in the back' comments keep coming, as both of the devices are from BBC series I wonder who holds the 'Stig' copyright?
Top Gear played on the 'Who is the Stig' idea for a long time, they made a lot of dosh out of it.
The 'Some say he . . .' was getting boring and they created a 'personality' that had more charisma than the three stooges, despite bing silent.
Has no-one outed the 'truck-driving Stig', the 'A;frican Stig, the 'USA stig' etc. etc.?
'Stig is a traitor' -- ffs leave it out, it's only a kids entertainment programme. This has all the drama of knowing that Blue Peter swapped out pets as they died off.
Noting disparaging comments about "The Stig."...
First, off site 'stigs' aside...
there was more than one Stig. That was so that if there were problems, they could replace the driver with.... get ready... another driver. This was the entire reason behind the helmet, no talking, and other traits.
In after article links (which did not include the manufacturer, btw)...
You have only 'Dr. Who - cares' links, not one for 'Stig' or 'Top Gear.'
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