NO ROOM TO MAKE JOKES

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BRACE yourself. Tonight’s guest bed­room re­veals re­sult in a se­ries of fiery show­downs at Block HQ. With the as­sis­tance of the vis­it­ing

All Stars, all five teams man­age to present mem­o­rable rooms. But there are tears and tantrums when host Scott Cam un­veils the judges’ scores. For one team, nar­rowly missing out on claim­ing the whop­ping $20,000 prize leads them to cry foul: ac­cus­ing the show of be­ing rigged to favour some teams over oth­ers. I mean, hello? This is re­al­ity TV peo­ple! Of course it’s ma­nip­u­lated to cre­ate drama,

oth­er­wise we’d all just set up deck chairs out­side any old build­ing site to watch a ren­o­va­tion in ac­tion! The drama doesn’t end there, and for once, the fire­works don’t in­volve smarty pants Jesse or ex­ple­tive-prone Tess. In­stead, it’s the usu­ally fun-lov­ing Mitch and Mark (pictured) and ami­able Scott Cam who go toe-to-toe while ev­ery­one looks on agog. It’s no se­cret that Mitch and Mark are getting fed up with the jibes about their en­ter­tain­ment lounge be­ing a party room. Dur­ing the week, Mark has even gone so far as to sug­gest that some of the com­men­tary is bor­der­ing on ho­mo­pho­bia. So, when Cam makes a light-hearted joke about con­cerns over the noise lev­els from the par­ties at House 1, the boys fail to see the funny side. Soon, a war of words erupts that leaves Cam fum­ing and the boys up­set. I sus­pect this won’t be the end of the story.

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