A new ITV game show had Twitter in stitches for all the wrong reasons.
Giles Cohen is best known as The Times's long-standing restaurant critic but now he's presenting 500 Questions - a general knowledge game show with dramatic music and really random rules that many viewers couldn't follow.
As the name suggests there are 500 questions on offer and contestants fire out as many answers as they like until one sticks. But with "triple threats", "battles" and "lightening rounds" thrown in, it was a bit like the fictional game show in Friends, Bamboozle.
-- Eleanor Kirk (@ellieelliekirk) August 22, 2016
Wow ITV what were u thinking? Let's play bamboozle!!! #500questions
-- David Wright (@mr_david_wright) August 22, 2016
The guy presenting #500Questions is reminding me of Joey playing Bamboozled. Plucking rules out his arse.
-- Harry Newton (@Harry_Newton_) August 22, 2016
-- Samantha Hallas (@Sam_Hallas) August 22, 2016
Watching this new gameshow and I can't help but think of Bamboozled on Friends, so complicated yet potentially so awesome #500questions
-- Stephen O'Mara (@stephenomara15) August 22, 2016
What's too complicated? You spin the Wheel of Mayhem to go up the Ladder of Chance and boom you're in paradise park! #500Questions
-- Karlos Jonaz (@KarlosJonaz) August 22, 2016
Or maybe That Mitchell And Webb Look's Numberwang.
It was just really confusing.
-- Lee Mabey (@lmabeyofficial) August 22, 2016
With a lot of forced drama.
IT'S A TRIPLE THREAT!!
That's it. I'm going to bed.
-- David Wadsworth (@maximusdogface) August 22, 2016
No one's sure about Giles Cohen as a serious game show host.
-- Josh Alder (@Josh_Alder) August 22, 2016
Giles Coren has all the charm of George Osborne hosting #500Questions
-- Trevor Grant (@gittarman) August 22, 2016
Giles Coren should stick to moaning about bland panacottas. #500Questions
-- Rog (@rog_w) August 22, 2016
That didn't stop a few people getting into it though.
Oh no I'm so emotionally invested in this #500questions
-- beth millar (@bethhmillar) August 22, 2016