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Cash Trapped returned for its second week this evening with a fresh set of contestants hoping to walk away with a cash prize.
Host Bradley Walsh was back on presenting duties and welcomed hopefuls Avril, Francis, Will, Kate, Laura and Dominic to the show.
While the six contestants answered a series of questions, fans were distracted by the presenter's "annoying" habit.
Viewers were quick to point out that Bradley kept on asking the hopefuls the same "catchphrase" question throughout the show.
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When a contestant gets a question wrong, Bradley says: "And you are…" and the hopeful responds: "Cash Trapped."
Eagle-eyed fans took their keyboards to rant about Brad's "annoying" habit.
One fan penned: "Bradley making the contestants declare themselves "Cash Trapped" is the worst part of the show."
Another added: "Why does Bradley also make them say 'Cash Trapped'?"
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A third tweeted: "Absolutely no idea what’s going on in this new Bradley Walsh gameshow. They just say the words 'Cash Trapped' repeatedly. It’s actual nonsense."
Cash Trapped returned for its second series last week and will temporary replace The Chase until 2020.
The quiz show sees six contestants go head-to-head for their chance to make it through to the final round and "escape" with the money they have earned throughout the show.
ITV viewers have been divided over Bradley's new game show since the show aired.
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Some fans took to Twitter to say they were enjoying the new programme but others slammed the show for being "too confusing".
The game show is based on an idea by Bradley Walsh himself.
Cash Trapped airs weekdays on ITV at 5pm
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