LIKE A PETULANT BOOMERANG this keeps coming back, although we’re sure that they’ve done every “phrase” in the English language about ten times now and they’re throwing in stuff like “Walking Down The Street”, like that’s a catchphrase. Anyhow, 80s-Sunday-night-just-after-HIGHWAY vintage is your main concern, with sometime blue comic ROY WALKER asking you to “say what you see” in response to a badly-drawn computer image of a phrase or term, Dingbats-style. Animations starred the inimitable MR. CHIPS, a bizarre Chad-like character, about whom Roy would repeatedly ask, “What’s Mr. Chips doing?” Neon tube lights abounded on the set, and yes, we had that all-important ROTATING STRUCTURE which was compulsory for game shows in the 1980s. This was the biggest, though, with the contestants perched precariously near the edge, and then – as if that wasn’t enough – a second rotating structure on the left which served no purpose whatsoever. Show’s own catchphrase is above, along with “here’s another catchphrase”, “five seconds, here we go”, “it’s good, but it’s not right” (which Walker always said even if Joe Public couldn’t have been more wrong) and after the adverts, “it’s fast and furious in the Ready Money Round!” when show employed oft-used tactic of doubling all the prize money. Piccies accompanied by instantly recognised jingles: the upbeat one, the slightly quirky one, the desert/Middle Eastern one etc etc. Final was working out catchphrases against the clock, leading to many hilarious wrong answers from panicking punters (though the heart beat-style clock music didn’t help). Buzzer noise was grand, as was title sequence, with us flying through some weird maze on another planet.