The Chase was back on Sunday night with a repeat episode from 2017.
Four contestants – Dolores, John, Arlene and Paul – all lined up to take on Mark "The Beast" Labbett in the hopes of walking away with some money.
Despite Dolores being the final player to take on The Beast, she certainly managed to keep attention firmly on her from the outset.
Whether it was her questionable advice to players to her giggling, Dolores certainly caught the attention of Mark and host Bradley Walsh.
After maths teacher Paul, 25, was caught by The Beast after not answering a single answer correctly, Dolores burst into a fit of of giggles.
Her laughter outburst came as Bradley and fellow maths teacher The Beast were playfully mocking Paul for not answering correctly to a maths question, which Bradley asked him.
Clearly finding the back-and-forth between Bradley and The Beast humorous, Dolores let out a loud laugh, which prompted Bradley to intervene, as she interrupted their chat.
He said: "Are you alright love?"
To which Dolores replied: "Yeah I'm fine."
She added: "I'm just having a good time."
"Well, pack it in," Bradley responded.
"You're not here to have a good time," The Beast added.
Arlene was next to take on The Beast on Sunday night's show.
The financial analyst from Edinburgh, who was a big ice hockey fan, put on an impressive performance and took home £4,000 for the team.
Retired doorman John was up next and unfortunately caught by The Beast, in a devastating finish, John was caught by The Beast as he failed to press the buzzer in time, despite knowing the correct answer.
The Chase returns Monday at 5pm on ITV
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