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Welcome to the Knightmare Lexicon. This system is designed to be a centre point for any Knightmare related information. You may think of it as a Knightmare Encyclopædia or Dictionary. Though in many ways it is more like a Knightmare wiki in that people with an interest in Knightmare like yourself may add entries to the database for others to find. Likewise if there's a piece of information you're looking for on Knightmare then in thef future it's very likely you'll be able to find it here. For the system to be a success it relies on each and every member of the community providing as much information as possible. Enjoy! logins.

Entry of the Day - Bullseye
1. Bullseye
Darts-based game show that, like Knightmare, was shown on ITV in the 1980s and 1990s and given a new lease of life on Challenge in the 2000s. Specifically, it ran from 1981-1995, was later repeated by Challenge (at one point, straight after Knightmare), and a new series was transmitted on Challenge in 2006, with new specials shown on ITV in 2005 and 2007. The best known of Bullseye's presenters is its original, Jim Bowen.

In 2003, Knightmare.com Forum users Drassil and Grimaldine Grimwold posted sketch ideas that crossed over KM and Bullseye. These can be read here. In 2009, KM fans Dan the Spellcaster (a.k.a. Dan the Countdowner) and Natter45 composed a full-length script of an episode of Bullseye presented by themselves, co-presented by Hordriss and featuring Treguard, Sidriss, Lord Fear, Sylvester Hands, Pickle and Majida as contestants. Simply titled Bullseye Script, it can be read here. (As a point of obscure trivia, this means that Knightmare is possibly the one of only two TV programmes to have characters who have won a fictionalised episode of Bullseye - the other being Brookside, in which Eddie and Rosie Banks were proud former contestants.)

Bullseye has the good fortune to share its name with one of John Woodnutt's films.

Provided By: David, 2011-06-09 18:30:07
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