Welcome to this special holiday episode of T.E.N! Short for Transport Evolved News, T.E.N. is recorded every Friday to help your weekend get off to a flying start by making sure you haven’t missed the big EV news stories of the week.
This week, as we’ve all been stuffing ourselves silly with chocolate and yorkshire puddings – sometimes at the same time – we decided to bring you something special. A outtake episodes where you can laugh at the pain and suffering we go through in bringing you T.E.N. each week.
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Reading from a teleprompter isn’t as easy as you think. Especially when that teleprompter is precariously placed upon a stack of folders or is balanced on a window ledge. Watch Nikki and Mark get stuck on what should be the simplest of sentences.
A Recap of Mark
It’s no secret that Mark is far more into the tech than the cars themselves – he comes from a technology background rather than a car one. That’s why we find his unique view interesting and sometimes plain funny. It’s also fun to write scripts containing really complex car-related segments just to see the look on his little face.
Let the Music Ring Out
We’re a musical bunch at Transport Evolved. And while Nikki may be classically trained, Mark is… well, tone death. But that doesn’t stop him trying to join in. So sit back, relax and enjoy the melodic sounds of Transport Evolved.
To keep T.E.N. as up to date as we can, scripts are usually written late Thursday night or early Friday morning. With only a limited amount of time to turn the show around, it sometimes means that odd typos or tiredness-induced errors creep in that aren’t found until filming. Here are a few.
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