Here's everything you need to know.
Warning: contains gigantic spoilers
After last week's bonker's, Edge of Tomorrow-esque episode, Clarkson, Hammond, and May have settled down a bit for Episode 3 of The Grand Tour with a gentle, cultural road trip - indeed, a grand tour - across Italy in three very different cars.
Well, I say the trip is gentle and cultured, but...
Here's the lowdown.
1. Coming to you live from Whitby, England
An extremely pretty coastal town in the county of Yorkshire where the trio all grew up.
2. Jeremy and James bring the right cars for their tour
The gorgeous Aston Martin DB11 and sublime Rolls-Royce Wraith are a pair of suitably elegant, sophisticated cars for their elegant, sophisticated viaggio - that's Italian for journey.
3. Richard brings the wrong car
The Duke of Hammond arrives - uninvited - with a completely inappropriate, anti-socially loud Dodge Charger Hellcat and two enormous trucks full of tires. Because donuts.
4. They see many, many gas stations
Museums and art galleries were planned, by the Hellcat's voracious fuel consumption rather gets in the way,
5. Richard is endlessly annoying
No one else in history has done donuts in Florence. Or been shouted at so much by James.
6. Jeremy and James make their escape
Several times, in fact, but they never quite manage to lose Richard, despite their disguises. (That, by the way, is a life-size painting of Richard strapped to his car because... look, it was a plan that backfired.)
7. A little gathering is organized
Finally, Richard is lost in a crowd - that's quite a lot bigger than planned.
8. Peace at last
Jeremy and James reach journey's end in Venice, without Richard, and take a lovely, quiet gondola ride.
9. The moment is ruined
Richard makes a most unwelcome return - again - and completely ruins everyone's day - again - with his stupid, noisy boat.
10. And finally
Remember in Episode 1 that Jeremy said Richard and James could demolish his house if the McLaren P1 wasn't quicker than the Porsche 918 and LaFerrari? It's time to collect and, well, you can see what happens.