Joey from Friends Matt LeBlanc has been announced as the new co-presenter of the BBC's flagship motoring / bad jacket show Top Gear.
The actor will appear alongside Chris Evans in the revamped programme, which is looking to rehabiliate itself after a series of racial gaffes and unforgivably ill-fitting jeans clocked up during the Clarkson era - the minion-punching former figurehead having been sacked last year with James May and Richard Hammond also leaving
because they're scared he'll beat them up too to work on new projects.
LeBlanc, who will presumably be reviving his popular 90s catch-phrase 'How you doing?' each time he sees an impressive chassis, has been chosen as the man to co-lead Top Gear 2.0 and increase the show's popularity in America, where they also have cars.