Hello and welcome to the last leg of the Travelling Car Competition. I’m Moe Bile and I’m here with my new co-host Mike Anic. Are you ready for today Mike?
You bet I am, Moe! It’s well known that the Hobart edition of the Travelling Car Competition is the toughest of the three. We’ve also had the best turnout yet, with twenty strong males qualifying for today.
Yeah, this is great, Mike! For those of you who are tuning in for the first time, Patrick won Brighton’s competition and Camden won Cambridge’s competition. As per the rules, both Patrick and Camden were not qualified mechanics, and nor are any of the contestants who have qualified today.
You’re too right, Moe. So I know our audience is dying to know what our contestants will be doing today in Hobart… truck repairs! Awesome? Isn’t it?
Wow, truck repairs! That’ll be tough, Mike.
Tough is an understatement, Moe. Of the twenty contestants who qualify for the competition today, four have already pulled out. The size of the truck is enough to make any wannabe mechanic’s head spin.
I’ll admit, Moe, that when I saw the truck today even I felt a little squeamish. This competition isn’t for the faint of heart, which makes sense seeing as almost half the people watching today are watching for the blood and guts that will no doubt be spilled.
Oh, what? I thought our audience were watching because they are avid car junkies. I imagined our audience as the type of people who wished that they were an expert mechanic in the Hobart area, not semi-sick people looking for a cheap thrill.
I think based on the last analysis the showrunners did, Mike, it’s about a fifty-fifty split.
Okay, wow. That made me feel a bit sick if I’m being honest. I think we should cut to an ad break so that I can regain my thoughts. Bye to our questionable viewers at home.