Beat the Chasers: Bradley Walsh introduces Kathleen
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Beat the Chasers returned with another thrilling episode tonight and it seemed someone was going to take home the big money. Malcolm joined Bradley Walsh in the studio as the last contestant and he managed to answer all five questions correctly in his cash builder. After five offers, Malcolm decided to go for it and opted to take on all five Chasers for a whopping £100,000 and the host got those watching at home all excited only to end the episode.
“If you want to take home £5,000 that you got in the cash builder, you get to take on two Chasers automatically,” Bradley began.
“And those two Chasers are; The Vixen and The Menace. Okay Darragh, time advantage please, what we got?”
Darragh Ennis replied: “We want 40 seconds on our clock.”
“Third Chaser here we go, who is the third Chaser please?” Bradley continued. “It’s The Destroyer. Okay, go ahead, what have you got?”
Shaun Wallace said: ““Time to renew the Chelsea/Spurs rivalry. We want 44 seconds on our clock and you’ll be playing for £25,000.”
For the third offer, the presenter went onto say: “Okay, so you’ve got 16 seconds there to play with now for £25,000. Okay, who’s the fourth Chaser? It’s is The Governess.”
“We want 46 seconds on our clock and you’ll be playing for £50,000,” Anne Hegerty revealed and Mark Labbett was the only Chaser left.
“Beasty, full house please,” Bradley remarked and he exclaimed: “Well, Malcolm, I’ve got a lovely offer for you, I don’t want 50 seconds on our clock, I don’t want 48 seconds on our clock, I want 45 seconds on our clock and you’ll be playing for £100,000. I really want to play him.”
“So he’s giving you a second back. You’ve now got 15 second time advantage for £100,000. What do you think?” The presenter asked the contestant.
And Malcolm said: “If I ignore the £5,000, it would make no sense but to take anything else than the 45 – wouldn’t it? Just monetary -”
“45 for £100,000? But if you want to get away with some money, this is a strategic move,” those watching at home heard Bradley discuss.
“No, it’s got to be £100,000 at 45 seconds, one-second difference,” Malcolm confirmed and Jenny was heard muttering: “All guns blazing.”
“Okay here we go, you’ve got a 15-second time advantage, you’re taking on a full house of Chasers,” Bradley commented.
He then turned to the camera and said: So, can Malcolm take home £100,000? He’s not out of time yet but sadly, we are, we will have to wait until tomorrow to see if Malcolm can beat the fabulous five.”
And this infuriated Beat the Chasers viewers who took to Twitter.
One said: “No No Nooo omg you can’t leave it on a cliff hanger!!! @TheShaunWallace @MarkLabbett @anne_hegerty #BeatTheChasers.”
“F*** OFF WITH THE CLIFFHANGERS!! #BeatTheChasers,” someone else shouted.
A third added: “Talk about a complete cliff hanger on #BeatTheChasers can’t wait for tomorrow’s episode now!! Come on Malcolm!!”
“Omg i can’t believe you have to leave it like that….. sitting on the edge of my seat until tomorrows episode !!! Go malcolm!! #BeatTheChasers,” a tweet read.
Beat the Chasers returns tomorrow night at 9pm on ITV.
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