Viewers of Channel Nine's newest homes show Buying Blind have once again taken to Twitter to vent their frustrations.
Taking to social media following Tuesday night's episode, viewers slammed a couple for their 'unrealistic expectations.'
Husband and wife Andrew and Mel wanted a home for their two children in an affluent Sydney suburb, despite their budget of $1.5million.
Viewers were quick to point out these unrealistic expectations.
'So unrealistic. Another magic $0 full house renovation on #buyingblind tonight. Ep. 2 feat. the Aussie battlers was great, the rest, questionable,' one viewer wrote.
Another added, 'Did 9 choose the most unlikeable couples for #BuyingBlind on purpose?'
Agreeing, another wrote: 'They need to bring in more genuine hard luck stories into #buyingblind. There's gotta be people out there more appreciative / likeable / deserving than these guys.'
At the end of the episode, Mel and Andrew bought their 'dream home' - a three property bedroom home in Forestville, Northern Sydney for $1.6million.
'I do have to say, I think they've done really well at personalising everything,' Mel said.
'The location, that was so important to us...and just having that community feel - they couldn't have done better.'