Viewers will keep in mind Stephen concerned most people in his phase In for a Penny throughout Ant and Dec’s Saturday Evening Takeaway sequence, and on the finish of final 12 months’s version the host was given an total programme to helm on ITV.
The rollicking side-splitting comedy got here quick and livid in tonight’s instalment, and was full of hilarious video games.
Considered one of them noticed the presenter scanning folks’s purchasing in a Norwich grocery store, urging keen gamers to guess whether or not the following merchandise up was priced at kind of cash than the one earlier than it – in the event that they answered accurately, Stephen stated he would pay for your complete purchasing trolley.
One participant took her punishments with a grin as Stephen proceeded to maintain spraying a bottle of water at her face.
However when the host launched one in every of her meals objects, the response was startling.
“Do you think this tortilla is more or less?” Stephen requested, sounding out the letter “l” within the title.
“Stephen, tortilla,” the participant replied, saying the phrase with a silent “l”.
“Idiot,” she all of a sudden added, and Stephen was totally surprised.
“What did you just call me?” he requested, and the digital camera rewound dramatically.
Viewers have been in stitches as they watched the participant use the phrase as soon as extra, and fortunately Stephen appeared to see the humorous aspect.
Taking to Twitter, followers shared their ideas on the favored programme.
“How has my Saturday night come to this?? #InForAPenny,” one individual requested.
“It’s so wrong! But so funny! Can’t stop watching! @StephenMulhern #inForApenny,” one other shared.
A 3rd stated: “I can’t stress how much I love this show, it’s silly, funny and just proper old school Saturday night entertainment! @StephenMulhern is fantastic! #inforapenny.”
Whereas a fourth declared: “#InForAPenny Funniest thing on tv, this is pure gold & what Sat night’s were made for! Well done @StephenMulhern your a genius, never laughed so much! @ITV.”
“Can we have 30mns of #BGT and 1h30 of #InForAPenny please?” a fifth added.
Followers continued to touch upon the programme, with one individual exclaiming: “Loving #inforapenny @StephenMulhern is sooooo freakin funny!!”
“@StephenMulhern #inforapenny is what Saturday night TV should be. Fun, silly and downright entertaining!… And it’s about time you had your own show!!” one other enthused.
“This is really awkwardly unfunny,” a third famous conversely. “I normally like watching Stephen #InForAPenny.”
In for a Penny continues Saturdays at 7.30pm on ITV.