A former producer of the popular 1990s snooker-based gameshow Big Break is reported to be launching a new TV quiz featuring Ronnie O'Sullivan.
Thewharf.co.uk reports that John McGee is developing a programme called 'Step Up to the Rocket.'
The website says: "A quartet of contestants are to be paired up with four professional snooker players, and will draw on skill and knowledge to make it to the final stage.
The format is also expected to be picked up elsewhere in the world, in countries such as China.
He said: "There's going to be a lot of skill involved, but it's all slapstick, silly stuff.
"Ronnie O'Sullivan is like the David Beckham of snooker. He's admired all over the world and is a huge star."
For the uninitiated, Big Break was a mainstay of the BBC Saturday night schedules for a number of years.
It paired three players with three contestants and was hosted by Jim Davidson and John Virgo.
Anything that allows the players to better project their personalities is fine by me, so good luck to McGee.
Ronnie is a big star, although whether 'slapstick' is really his thing remains to be seen.