Chase star Mark Labbett jokingly asked ITV bosses for a brand new show during Wednesday’s edition of the popular quiz.
Host Bradley Walsh welcomed four new contestants to the show for the third new episode of the week.
The cheeky presenter was eager to see them all advance to the final with some cash on hand.
The quiz champion Mark, 55, was in the hot seat trying to keep hopes out of returning home with the cash prize.
Caroline, Allan, Harry and Sue took turns taking on the Cash Generator and then took on The Beast in an intense series of general knowledge questions.
Wedding photographer Harry was the first contestant to try his luck and managed to answer three questions correctly on his cash builder round, winning £ 3,000.
Before the head-to-head turn, the player was offered three options by the hunter.
He could play for the money he won in the Money Generator and start three stages lower on the board, requiring five correct answers to get home.
Alternatively, Harry could accept a higher offer and start two rungs lower, or accept a lower offer and start four rungs lower.
The competitor turned to his teammates for advice and decided to play it safe and accepted the £ 1,000 offer.
During the tense face-to-face, Mark interrupted the show to ask ITV bosses for a new show after host Bradley, 61, admitted he didn’t know the Sun was a star .
The Beast said, “Okay ITV, can I do a show right now called Educating Bradley?”
Bradley joked: There will be around 152,000 episodes. “
Mark added: “It’s like educating Joey Essex but even easier.”
Bradley was at a loss for words during Mark’s cheeky search and clearly wasn’t happy with the comment.
Viewers at home also rushed to their keyboards to discuss Mark’s wild remark to the lovable host.
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Speaking to Twitter, one fan wrote: “‘Educating Bradley’, I’d watch that! Do it, ITV!”
Another added: “Educating Bradley, a show with Mark? ITV should consider that, would be more interesting than months of rehearsals.”
While a third person posted: “Is the Beast looking for a new job or what? It’s two plugs in one show, the next Fred Flintstone and now he wants to do an educational Bradley Walsh. Must be wanting to. change from being a hunter. “
“@ITV petition to make ‘Educating Bradley Walsh’ hosted by @MarkLabbett a show,” wrote a fourth social media user.
Allan and Harry advanced to the final with £ 5,000 in prizes and played against The Beast for a chance to win £ 2,500 each.
They managed to be 13 steps ahead of Mark, but the duo were caught with 57 seconds left.
The Chase airs weekdays on ITV at 5 p.m.