HOUSE of Games viewers all have the same complaint after a show shake up.
Richard Osman was once again back presiding over a new week of games, but revealed during Monday's opening moments that the next five episodes were going to be different.
He said: "Welcome to a brand new week, a special week on House of Games.
"For the first time ever we've invited back some people who were not champions, we call it our second place, second chance week."
Richard then introduced the four celebrities; Radzi Chinyanganya, Janet Ellis, Darren Harriott and Suzi Ruffell.
All four stars have been on the show before but failed to triumph, and were being given a second chance at glory.
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However, as the episode continued, viewers took to Twitter to complain about their game skills.
One wrote: "No wonder Janet + Darren didn't win before, they miss so many obvious ones."
Another added alongside a gif of the old lady from Titanic saying 'It's been 84 years…': "By the time Friday comes around with this lot……."
A third agreed, writing: "Gonna be a long week with these 4 #HouseofGames."
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Last week, viewers have demanded that BBC bosses get rid of a vital part of the show after an "unpleasant and awkward clash".
The celebrity contestants Cally Beaton, Louis Emerick, Helen George and Justin Moorhouse took on a series of quiz rounds selected by the host.
As the celebrities battled it out in the "nice round" viewers noticed how competitive some of the contestants were.
Branding the episode "uncomfortable" to watch, it quickly became a hot topic.
House of Games airs weeknights at 6pm on BBC Two.
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