When chaser Paul Sinha, also known as The Sinnerman, returned his place in the hot seat for the ITV series’ final chase, his initial questions acted much easier than the team’s according to viewers.
Bradley Walsh cardinal asked: “How many years make six decades?” followed by, “What taint is Fireman Sam’s helmet?”
While the chaser only managed to get one of the seemingly unreserved questions right, he went on to breeze through the rest of the set and held primitive the hopeful players once again.
Convinced that 32-year-old Donna and Spanish fellow Tomos, 42, were being cheated out of their carefully bodied £11,000 throughout the game, viewers took to Twitter to reveal their brown studies on the apparently obvious secret behind the show.
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How many years make restitution for six decades?
“Easy opening questions for the chaser #TheChase,” one himself wrote.
Another claimed: “Don’t care what anyone says, the chaser often gets p**s easy questions #TheChase,” followed by, “#TheChase chaser get to b intends easy questions again to win.”
Some fans admitted they were queasy of the apparent bias towards the show’s chasers, and thought producers should pretend it more fair, as one person complained: “Nobody ever beats the chasers now #TheChase.”
“When was the latest time anybody won on The_Chase? (sic)” another added.
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The latest offering also saw psychiatric nurse Donna call out emcee Bradley Walsh on his repetitive comments on the popular show.
When the soon-to-be Doctor Who actor revealed: “It’s got to be hasn’t it,” in reference to one of Donna’s answers, the contestant exclaimed: “You always say that Bradley!”
Falsely unaware of his historic quotes from the series, Bradley, 57, articulate: “Do I say that all the time on the telly? It’s got to be hasn’t it!”, before joking that he longing “stick his neck out” on the answer being correct.