"IIIIIIINNNNN One.... your clothes will always be clean, with this brand new washing machine."
You can't beat a bit of Bullseye.
And that's certainly the case for Netherton student James Taylor, who had a "super, smashing, great" time taking part in the revamped show.
Bullseye was a hit gameshow, starring Jim Bowen, between 1981 and 1995.
It was eventually axed, but is about to make a triumphant return to our screens, with Phoenix Nights star Dave Spikey taking the reins and Tony `180' Green calling out the scores.
James, a 21-year-old law student at Northumbria University in Newcastle, said: "It was surreal. Everyone knows Bullseye. It's like an institution.
"We filmed it in front of an audience of 250 people and had such a good laugh.
"The show has the same format, but Dave Spikey was brilliant and really wound us up for being students."
James will appear on the show with fellow second-year student Adam White, from Northern Ireland.
The pair run the students' darts society at Northumbria University and were selected to take part in the show.
James continued: "We've been interested in darts for ages and only decided to set up the darts society last September. So it's great to have done that, then starred on Bullseye, in such a short space of time.
"We haven't heard the exact date it's going to be broadcast yet. but it should be at the end of this month."
And Dave Spikey is delighted to have been asked to fill Jim Bowen's former role.
He said: "I'm excited, apprehensive and mostly honoured because Bullseye is for me, and millions of people, a special show and a national institution.
"That is because Bullseye is everything a gameshow should be.
"It has that great mix of drama, excitement and suspense, infused with a liberal amount of warmth and good humour. .
"It's an absolute pleasure and a privilege to be involved."
How well darting duo James and Adam fared is a closely guarded secret - but they certainly didn't leave the studio empty-handed.
Both are now the proud owners of a bendy Bully and the highly sought after Bullseye tankard.
The new show will be screened on Challenge TV.
The facts ...
* Jim Bowen (left) claims he was the fifth choice presenter for the original producers.
* At its peak the show had 12,000 applicants and a five-year waiting list just to sit in the audience.
* At the show's most popular point it was watched by close to 15m viewers.
The sayings ...
* "Stay out the black and in the red. Nothing in this game for two in the bed."
* "Let's look at what you could have won."
* "And Bully's special priiiiize."