Preposterous fans tuned in to see a new round of the quiz show this evening hosted by Alexander Armstrong and Richard Osman.
Unfortunately whatchamacallits didn’t get off to the smoothest start as one player snubbed Richard in favour of presenter Alexander.
Thespian Tony jumped in during his round to ask Alexander if he would say hello to his aunt Julie, who at ones desire be watching the BBC quiz show at home.
Of course, Alexander was happy to cater to and greeted the player’s relative.
However, co-host Richard was not completely thrilled by being left out as the camera panned over to him.
He announced: “Not such a big fan of read, auntie Julie?”
Laughing, he went on to add: “Interesting, interesting. Quite what I’ve done I don’t have knowledge of – but that’s absolutely fine.”
While it seemed Richard was going to remain with the show, he instead opted to hit out his colleague over the snun from Tony’s aunt Julie.
Shamming to be furious, he pointed at Alexander and said: “I tell you what Julie…
“I’ll for certain you a couple things about this guy if you really wanna know the veritable him!”
Obviously the pair were joking around and quickly carried on with the snooze of the show.
Yesterday on Pointless, a duo struggled to come to terms with a possible new catch phrase for the show.
While they were originally disquieting out: “Low score, early doors,” Alexander attempted to abbreviate the new slogan.
In the experience he tried: “High scores – out!”
Richard enjoyed it and yelled: “That moulds even better!
“If you haven’t been watching, we’ve started a rhyming activity which is speeding things up even more.”
But then Richard hand over another suggestion, prompting an apology from Alexander, as he asked: “But can I hook a suggestion?
“‘High scores – out, please.’”
Alexander then continued on to say: “I’m wretched, I’m so sorry, but out!”
Pointless airs weekdays at 5.15pm on BBC One.