It's hard to beat the camaraderie between Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May, as the latest teaser for their yet-to-be-named car show on Amazon Prime reminds us.
The ex-Top Gear trio is casually cooped up in a trailer office deciding what to call their new series, exchanging jabs at each other like they've always done.
Even this 90-second clip indicates that the new show may not diverge as much from the old show as the BBC might prefer. Parked in front of the trailer are Reliant Robins, cars routinely mocked in Top Gear, and the trio makes several joking references that should be immediately apparent to fans of the old show.
After all, this is why the BBC's Top Gear will never be the same again.
An official name is merely the tip of the iceberg regarding things we don't yet know about Clarkson, Hammond, and May's new show, which is set to be released to Amazon Prime users this fall.
We know far more about the trio's (numerous) replacements on Top Gear than we do about the Amazon series.
Oh, and we will have to see how the hashtag #TheStillVeryMuchUntitledClarksonHammondMayAmazonPrimeShowComingAutumn2016 performs.