Bullseye (1981– )

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Contestants test their darts skills and general knowledge and battle it out to get to Bully's Prize Board.

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Jim Bowen ...
 Himself - Presenter (169 episodes, 1981-1995)
Tony Green ...
 Himself - Scorer / ... (154 episodes, 1981-1995)
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Contestants test their darts skills and general knowledge and battle it out to get to Bully's Prize Board.

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The first two episodes were apparently so bad that they were never shown. See more »

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Jim Bowen: We've got Ray Farrell here, from Belfast. He's been on the game tonight. How many do you score...
[Audience laughs. Bowen buries his face in his hands while laughing hard]
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Enjoyable and fun Sunday teatime quiz show
2 March 2005 | by (Derby, England) – See all my reviews

I always usually watched Bullseye when ITV screened it on Sunday tea times. It is certainly better than some of the rubbish that's on now.

Hosted by Jim Bowen, three teams, one a darts player and the other one who answered the questions competed and the one with the lowest score went out at round one. The same thing happened at round two and then we had the adverts. Part two of Bullseye started with a professional darts player coming on and throwing for charity and then the final team went on to the prize board. At the end of that round, what prizes they had won were either gambled for the final round and the star prize or took with them. If they opted to take the prizes with them, the second losing team would come on with the option of gambling the money they had won. If they lost the final round, they would loose everything, but if they won, they would win the star prize in addition to what was won earlier. Tony Green did the scoring and commentary. Every team taken away with them a set of darts each and bendy Bulleys, whatever happened.

Some of the star prizes in Bullseye were rather unusual. These included speedboats, caravans and motorbikes. More normal prizes included cars and holidays.

Jim Bowen became famous with some of his sayings on Bullseye: "Great, smashing, super" and "Keep out of the black and in the red, nothing in this game for two in a bed" being a couple of them.

I now watch old episodes of Bullseye regularly on Challenge, happy memories.


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