For a certain generation, all we ever wanted was to run riot in the local supermarket while grabbing inflatable bananas that somehow win you £100.
So for those people – we have good news.
Supermarket Sweep will be making a triumphant return to our screens after being acquired by a production company.
FremantleMedia has bought the rights to Supermarket Sweep a decade after last was aired.
It has not yet been confirmed what channel it will air on, or even whether Dale Winton will return to host – if he doesn’t, we’re protesting – but the news is exciting enough.
For those deprived folks who’ve never seen the best quiz show on telly, teams competed in puzzles and quizzes for cash prizes before going on a trolley dash through the aisles for hidden items – and of course a bonus inflatable.
The show ran from 1993 until 2001, before briefly being revived in 2007.
And if it does return, it could be modernised for a new audience.
FremantleMedia’s executive vice president of global acquisitions and development Vasha Wallace said: ‘Modern technology allows us the opportunity to update the show, making it relevant for a 21st century audience.’
What does that mean? An inflatable avocado? A shopping list on an iPad instead of notepaper?
The news of a possible revival already has celebrity fans in Rylan Clark-Neal and Scarlett Moffatt, who took to Twitter to freak out over the announcement.
It seems retro is best for TV execs at the moment – as well as The Crystal Maze being rebooted on Channel 4 with Richard Ayoade, Sue Perkins and Mel Giedroyc will be hosting a revival of The Generation Game.
Now, if you’ll excuse us, we’re off to daydream about how glorious Dale’s tan will look in HD…