The Chase fans were left confused as one contestant described his occupation at the start of the show.
When asked to introduce himself by host Bradley Walsh, Bill said he was a "retired people person" which left fans wondering exactly what he meant.
However, fans didn't understand whether Bill meant he used to be a "people person" or if he'd changed into one.
Viewers took to Twitter to express their confusion.
One fan wrote: "A f***ing people person? I’m sorry, I meant a retired f***ing people person?!"
Another said: "Did that guy just refer to his occupation as a 'retired people person' or am I just having a stroke?" as a third added: "I’m dying to know what a retired people person actually is?"
A fourth person took to Twitter to say: "A retired people person eh?" and another wrote: "People person definition = 'A term used to describe someone who has no discernible skills. Often used by the person themselves in situations such as a job interview. I am a people person.'"
However, Bill then went on to say he was a "people person" for a well known "key cutting business" as he also explained that he was a keen tennis fan.
However, he then went on the get a tennis question wrong in his cash builder with host Bradley.
The Chase's Mark Labbett makes buzzer error during key moment in awkward show first
Bill went on to get £5,000 in the cash builder.
He chose to play for £5,000 and then faced chaser Jenny Ryan, also known as the Vixen.
However, Bill got caught by the chaser so didn't make it into the final chase.
Rebecca and Lana also left the show after they faced the chaser so it was Lee who faced the final chase completely on his own.
Lee chose to got for set A of the questions in the final chase and got one step ahead due to playing on his own.
He managed to get 11 question right which is high for competing on his own but the chaser has been known to beat twice as many as that before.
The Vixen managed to beat Lee with 28 seconds left on the clock.
The Chase airs weekdays at 5pm on ITV
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