Chase’s Sean Wallace hit back at the contestant after taking a cheeky dig at yesterday’s episode.
Host Bradley Walsh joins four new contestants as they take on The Dark Destroyer in a bid to win the award.
The complaint went face-to-face with handler Helen Schon after securing £3,000 in a volatile cash builder round.
Bradley asked Helen which chaser she wanted to face in the next round.
She told the Doctor Who star: “I think Sean has a tendency to be nervous.”
After Sean emerged from backstage, he joked: “So you handle complaints, don’t you? Well, I have a permanent problem. That is [Bradley] is standing next to you.”
Helen quipped: “I wish I could help.”
However, when it came to cash offers, Sean made sure his cheeky remarks weren’t innocent.
He told her: “£3,000 for that cheeky comment, £18,000 for that too cheeky comment.”
Helen opted for the £3,000 offer and managed to make the final.
Meanwhile, Bradley also managed to squeeze in a cheeky dig at Helen after a shaky performance.
Speaking face-to-face with Sean, Helen was immediately stumped at the first question.
Bradley asked what “kidology” meant.
He was given three possible answers like goat rearing, babysitting or deceiving people – the correct answer of which is the latter.
Helen went to the “goat raise,” which left Bradley shocked and the audience scratching their heads.
Bradley was amazed that Helen made it back in the final round, quipping: “I have to be honest with you Helen, I thought we got a little jam in there, to be honest.”
One wrote: “How on earth did Helen pass? #TheChase,”
Another said: “I’m sorry, but goat farming! #TheChase.”
A third joked: “Now it’s all seen “kidology”… #thechase caring for goats.”
Unfortunately, the guests could not beat Chaser this time and went home empty handed.
The Chase airs weekdays on ITV at 5 pm.
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