The Chase returned to our screens on Friday and host Bradley Walsh had plenty to say on one contestant's plan to spend his prize fund.
The television presenter welcomed four new contestants to the show for the last episode of the week.
Bradley, 60, was eager to see them get through to the final with some money in-hand.
Paul "The Sinnerman" Sinha was in the hot seat trying to prevent the hopefuls from going home with the cash prize.
Andrew, Mali, Ben and Rosie all took it in turns to take on the cash builder and later went head-to-head with The Sinnerman in an intense round of general knowledge questions.
Philosophy teacher Andrew was first up to take on the tough game show and Bradley was interested to find out more about the contestant.
Andrew, from Northumberland, explained in his free time he likes to watch football and he keeps bees.
The player said he looks after around "50,000 in summer" and "1,000 in the winter".
Bradley went on to quiz Andrew on his plans for the money and it turned out bees were still on the contestant's mind.
“I would like to buy another two hives, but my wife has it earmarked for something else," said Andrew.
The contestant said that his wife Kate wanted to revamp their home.
Bradley ranted: "Why would you buy a kitchen when you could buy some hives?
“Kate, get a grip on your life!”
Andrew answered an impressive eight questions correctly in the cash builder round but sadly failed to beat The Sinnerman in the head-to-head round.
Speaking about Andrew's shock departure, Bradley said: "He was a good player.
"Eight in the cash builder and he's immediately gone, ouch"
Quiz champion The Sinnerman added: "He was a good player. I'm delighted."
It looks like there will be no new kitchen for Kate or bee hives for Andrew after his quiz show performance.
The Chase airs weekdays on ITV at 5pm
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