The Block pressures became too strong for competitor Tess on the Tuesday episode, as she rushed off site after an intense confrontation with host Scott Cam, stating that the show was "destroying" her.
Cam had gone to Tess and her husband Luke's house to hold another sermon on their limited budget and lack of funds – but Tess didn't want to listen to him, leaving her husband to face Cam alone.
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"Did she run away because she heard I was coming? What's going on, man?" Cam asked, before exposing Luke: the couple somehow managed $ 25,000 more on negotiations than any other couple – and this is also with Luke who is a fully qualified manufacturer.
After talking to Luke, Cam tracked Tess out.
"I didn't really want to be screamed today," he said. "Do we send everyone home and do we not finish? What do you want us to do?"
"I feel like you think I don't want you to finish, or our team doesn't want you to finish," Cam said. "Nothing could be further from the truth."
In a camera interview, Tess and Luke confirmed that that's exactly what they think: that The block he wants them to fail.
An emotional Tess came abruptly out of the conversation, cursing as she left. "I don't know what to say," Cam told spectators.
Soon, Tess was shown vented for the show's crew, who desperately tried to convince her to return to the scene.
"I just want to be left alone. I'm not facing. I'm so fed up, I can't do it anymore, "he said as the cameras kept their distance.
"This is literally ruining us. IS. Luke and I hate each other, we don't stop fighting. What is doing us is not good. "
Finally, Luke was called to talk to his wife on the show. It remains – for now.
"We're like spouses. And we're experiencing the worst moment of our lives. I, mentally, don't think I can go on," Tess said.
Later in the episode, in an attempt to lift morale and prove it The block really want them to succeed, foremen Keith and Dan face the house of Tess and Luke with a group of To block– trades supplied to allow two hours of free work.
It's a nice gesture, but it has ruffled the feathers of To block the frontrunners Mitch and Mark, who asked why the competitors of the last place of the show had been rescued again.
"Do they need help because they don't know how to complete their home?" Mark asked. "His Interesting what extra resources are put in the house two. It's right? Probably not."
The Block airs from 7.30pm from Monday to Wednesday and from 7.00pm on Sunday on the Nine.