On yesterday's episode of The Chase in the UK, Paul "The Sinnerman" Sinha was in the hot seat and boy was he on fire ... especially when it came to calling out host Bradley Walsh for being wrong.
When Jack, a 27-year-old accountant, took on the much-loved Chaser he ending up standing in the middle of Bradley and Paul as they bickered over the question: "What is the medical name for the eardrum? A. Triangular membrane, B Trumpet membrane or C. Tympanic membrane."
Of course, the unstoppable quiz master comes from a medical background, so he got the answer correct.
He explained of his answer: "What they’re getting at is they’re all musical instruments; triangle, the trumpet and the tympanum, which is otherwise called the kettle drum.
"The tympanum is the other word for the tympanic membrane," he concluded.
"Trumpet could've been feasible," Bradley argued.
To which Paul hit back: "They’re all feasible, but apart from the fact two of them are wrong."
A caught off guard Bradley jokingly retaliated: "Why are you always so horrible to me?"
We love their banter!