The smallest car ever made is put through its paces by Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond races a Bugatti Veyron against a jet fighter, and Rolling Stone Ronnie Wood is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car.
1/8. Another chance to see the spoof documentary set in an Australian high school. It's the beginning of a new term. See page 48.
9.50 2/8. Mr G gets his big break when he is offered the chance to run the drama department.
10.20 3/8. When a school pupil dies from an overdose, Mr G is overcome with inspiration.
10.50 4/8. Auditions open for Mr G's production, and Jonah takes an anger management course.
11.20 5/8. Mr G takes charge of the musical rehearsals.
11.50 6/8. Mr G's musical is thrown into jeopardy when his abuse causes cast members to quit.
12.20am 7/8. Ja'mie indulges in some suspect fund-raising.
12.50 8/8. Jonah has a meeting with the school principal.
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