However, when a question came up about distance, Mark teased host Bradley Walsh for not understanding the answer.
Harry out of Newcastle kicked off the series as the primary contestant and successfully gained #3,000 from the money proprietor.
Mark, also called The Beast, made Harry a minimal offer of 1,000 plus a top supply of 20,000.
Harry's fellow players invited him to choose the #3,000, but he had been too worried to risk it and went for the very low offer of 1,000.
However, during Harry's struggle with the Chaser, there was a question about distance and Bradley confessed he did not understand the solution.
The Beast took the chance to tease his co-star, joking:"ITV could I do a series named Educating Bradley?"
Bradley burst out laughing following the brutal jab in his intellect, including:"I wager it would have like a hundred and fifty-two million episodes."
"Like teaching Joey Essex but much simpler," Mark stated, including:"Oh overly mean? I do not think so!"
Fortunately, Harry got the group off to a fantastic start because he avoided getting captured by the Chaser and sailed through the final.
Next up was Caroline who was able to get #5,000 in her money proprietor around.
Because of this, she had been booted off the series and the group was abruptly down to only 3 players.