Bullseye Dartboard And Quiz Book Set £4.80 with code (free click & collect) @ The Works
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Bullseye Dartboard And Quiz Book Set £4.80 with code (free click & collect) @ The Works

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Posted 10th Oct
That time of year and a possible stocking filler - Bullseye Dartboard And Quiz Book Set for £4.80 with code BOUNTY free click and collect. Good reviews.



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Bullseye Dartboard And Quiz Book Set

Stay out of the black and in the red with this fun quiz book, plus mini dartboard and
darts set. Recreate all the fun of this classic TV show in your own home with a little help from Bully, and see if you can get all the questions correct innnnnn one!

Includes: Magnetic dartboard, 3 darts and a 48-page quiz book.

Measures: 22 x 22 x 3cm

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Ya can't beat a bit of bully now come and have a look at what you could have won 😁
malachi10/10/2019 13:58

I never understood why they gave speedboats back then.If you won and was …I never understood why they gave speedboats back then.If you won and was from the Midlands!?!?!!? You cant use it on the canal.......not legally away.They wouldn't do it now though, the cost of them would bankrupt ITV!


IIRC, when the show first started, the producers were looking for "impressive" star prizes but weren't given much of a budget - remember back in the 1980's there was actually a limit on how much anyone could win in prizes.

Fortunately, one of the show's producers spotted an outdoor sports shop was going bust - and purchased 9 spanking new speedboats for next to nothing.

At the risk of being deeply cynical, if someone gambled and won the star prize, the hidden prize was then revealed to be a speedboat. However, when someone gambled and lost, the "here's what you would have won" hidden prize was usually revealed as a brand new car (a blue Mini metro).

Funny that.
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Ya can't beat a bit of bully now come and have a look at what you could have won 😁
Oh used to love a bit of bully! Heat added 🎯
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Super. Smashing. Lovely.
Stay out the black and in the red, nothing in this game for two in a bed. Now listen to Tony....
and the famous drinking cry......iiiiiiiiiin one.
Nothing for two in a bed...
but a bit more effort and three in a bed gets the prize! (can't recall if that ever happened though?)
BuzzDuraband10/10/2019 12:02

An investigation by Southend News Network has revealed that there are …An investigation by Southend News Network has revealed that there are hundreds of abandoned speedboats outside the homes of past Bullseye champions across the United Kingdom. I never saw an episode of Jim sat aboard the Naiad, so I can't tell you how true these claims are, sadly



I never understood why they gave speedboats back then.

If you won and was from the Midlands!?!?!!? You cant use it on the canal.......not legally away.


They wouldn't do it now though, the cost of them would bankrupt ITV!
Edited by: "malachi" 10th Oct
I bought this at 6.99 and I have to say it's pretty poor.
Loved it when the greedy ones gambled and lost
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The board is very small, the book very thin
malachi10/10/2019 13:58

I never understood why they gave speedboats back then.If you won and was …I never understood why they gave speedboats back then.If you won and was from the Midlands!?!?!!? You cant use it on the canal.......not legally away.They wouldn't do it now though, the cost of them would bankrupt ITV!


IIRC, when the show first started, the producers were looking for "impressive" star prizes but weren't given much of a budget - remember back in the 1980's there was actually a limit on how much anyone could win in prizes.

Fortunately, one of the show's producers spotted an outdoor sports shop was going bust - and purchased 9 spanking new speedboats for next to nothing.

At the risk of being deeply cynical, if someone gambled and won the star prize, the hidden prize was then revealed to be a speedboat. However, when someone gambled and lost, the "here's what you would have won" hidden prize was usually revealed as a brand new car (a blue Mini metro).

Funny that.
Here's what you could have won
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cb-uk10/10/2019 16:26

IIRC, when the show first started, the producers were looking for …IIRC, when the show first started, the producers were looking for "impressive" star prizes but weren't given much of a budget - remember back in the 1980's there was actually a limit on how much anyone could win in prizes.Fortunately, one of the show's producers spotted an outdoor sports shop was going bust - and purchased 9 spanking new speedboats for next to nothing.At the risk of being deeply cynical, if someone gambled and won the star prize, the hidden prize was then revealed to be a speedboat. However, when someone gambled and lost, the "here's what you would have won" hidden prize was usually revealed as a brand new car (a blue Mini metro). Funny that.


Good job it wasn’t Ann Summers going out of business lol
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...nothing in this game for two in a bed.
thomasleep10/10/2019 16:26

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Ah, that's the exact one

Can I remember important stuff? Sometimes. Can I remember useless sheet like the colour and model of the "Star Prize" in a 1980's quiz show? Absolutely!
When is it coming back? I heard its making a return??
You win nothing but your BFH... Bus Fare Home'
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BuzzDuraband10/10/2019 12:02

An investigation by Southend News Network has revealed that there are …An investigation by Southend News Network has revealed that there are hundreds of abandoned speedboats outside the homes of past Bullseye champions across the United Kingdom. I never saw an episode of Jim sat aboard the Naiad, so I can't tell you how true these claims are, sadly


My dad served aboard HMS Naiad.
Crikey, talk about a blast from the past when I saw that
Lovely memories of watching this with my family as young lad.
POUCH20 also works but gives same price...
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daz196910/10/2019 16:53

When is it coming back? I heard its making a return??


Didn't Dave Spikey do a version for Challenge a few years back. Or have I imagined that?
jayhutton1010/10/2019 18:53

Didn't Dave Spikey do a version for Challenge a few years back. Or have I …Didn't Dave Spikey do a version for Challenge a few years back. Or have I imagined that?


He did yes... There a 3 rumored to be doing it Bradley Walsh (never), Vernon Kay and Alan Carr....
daz196910/10/2019 19:04

He did yes... There a 3 rumored to be doing it Bradley Walsh (never), …He did yes... There a 3 rumored to be doing it Bradley Walsh (never), Vernon Kay and Alan Carr....


I think Alan Carr is doing other shows like special one off versions of hit shows from yesteryear. Of those 3 Vernon would be the obvious choice to do this because well frankly, Brad wouldn't touch it and alans doing other bits n bobs ( Bob is not a person )


Anyway back to nostalgia and I can't believe nobody mentioned the prize in number 4, the crystal decanter and 6 glasses


"IL have showbiz Jim, showbiz"
Did anyone else notice that everyone including the contestants used to wear a shade of beige of something pastel coloured...and being a man meant not having a moustache was unusual.
cb-uk10/10/2019 16:26

IIRC, when the show first started, the producers were looking for …IIRC, when the show first started, the producers were looking for "impressive" star prizes but weren't given much of a budget - remember back in the 1980's there was actually a limit on how much anyone could win in prizes.Fortunately, one of the show's producers spotted an outdoor sports shop was going bust - and purchased 9 spanking new speedboats for next to nothing.At the risk of being deeply cynical, if someone gambled and won the star prize, the hidden prize was then revealed to be a speedboat. However, when someone gambled and lost, the "here's what you would have won" hidden prize was usually revealed as a brand new car (a blue Mini metro). Funny that.



Seeing as I often have to suffer Challenge TV in the middle of the night, boyf loved this story (though I do get a lot of the 1980s questions right)
bd1981bd11/10/2019 00:23

Did anyone else notice that everyone including the contestants used to …Did anyone else notice that everyone including the contestants used to wear a shade of beige of something pastel coloured...and being a man meant not having a moustache was unusual.


That pretty much sounds like the 1980's to me
They tried in 2006 with Dave Spikey but unfortunately it had the sense of knowing mocking irony which the old show didn't. The 2006 prizes were rubbish but they knew they were whereas the prizes were considered "good" by eighties standards.
Got this, didn't get discount and product is not 'super, smashing, great'. BFH from me.
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