guys? Well, I spoke to [co-host] Jeremy [Clarkson] afterward, he sent me a message saying, "I read your article, I don't know what to say." He was kind of angry. But it made me angry, so I said, "It's called tough love." And he said, "What? Like being bothered?" Which I thought was very funny, he was mad about it, but I meant it. If you're gonna be funny or use jokes-I think I'm quite ethical about the use of humor and I just don't want to-they were using humor to bully powerless people. I mean, if they balanced it by kind of attacking powerful people or the authority or the captains of industry, if they ever had a go at them, but it seems that, almost relentlessly, their targets would be the weak, the dispossessed, and the poor. And maybe you could have a joke at those, but it seems that's almost always the target and it annoyed me. I did say at the top of the article that I hoped that they'd invite me back.