The Chase viewers have been left angry after the latest instalment of the hit ITV daytime quiz show as Bradley Walsh reiterated his favoured catchphrase.
Former Coronation Street star Bradley returned to the studio on Monday afternoon with the latest batch of quiz heads ready to take on the Chaser in an effort to bring home the cash prize.
This week the TV presenter was joined by Gary, Rachel, Christine and Connor who went up against Anne Hegerty, otherwise known as The Governess on the show.
After a disappointing start to the show, Bradley offered some words of comfort to his team after the first contestant was kicked out.
As second contestant Rachel struggled to rake in much money during the cash builder round, Bradley helped to prepare her for the next round of questions as he admitted: “I think you’re a better player than that.”
But it appears the passing comment was quite annoying for viewers to listen to as the team slowly lost each team member to the Chaser.
And fans soon took to Twitter to share their annoyance over his constant comfort as viewers branded the repetitive comment his “catchphrase".
One fan complained: “When Brad says ‘I think you’re better than that,’ what exactly is he basing that on?!”
As another agreed: “Brad always thinks ‘they’re better than that’,” while a third corrected: “But they are not.”
As a frequent fan of the show, one viewer shared her thoughts on her interpretation of the comment.
She penned: “’I think you’re a better player than that’ = that was a cr*p performance and if you had half a brain you would be a better player than that."
Another noted: “I think you’re better than that! Brad needs a new slogan!” while one joked: “i tHiNk YoU’Re BeTtEr ThAn ThAt [sic].”
And after a challenging episode, the viewer’s comments rang true as Gary and Connor were the last ones standing in the final round of the show and couldn’t beat the Governess despite answering an impressive 17 questions.
The Chase airs weekdays at 5pm on ITV
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