The tension between Scott Cam and contestants Mitch and Mark on The Block has reached a breaking point.
On Monday night's episode, the TV host attempted to clear the air with Mitch and Mark following his controversial remarks about their living room area on Sunday night's episode.
However, Scott stormed off the set of the Channel 9 show shortly after, claiming that he was offended by their assumptions and demanded an apology.
"Some things were said during the week about my character with regards to you guys and I don't accept that," the 56-year-old said.
"I was offended and I was expecting you to say sorry once I've explained it but you didn't say sorry, you said thank you."
WATCH: Scott Cam storms off after Mitch and Mark fail to apologise on The Block
Initially, Scott had visited the couple while they were working on their room in an attempt to make peace.
"I want to clear the air. I want to sort it all out and I want to make sure that you're aware that when the judges say and when I say 'people like you' we are referring to cashed-up empty nesters like me and my wife, like you guys," he explained.
"Nothing could be further from the truth if you thought we were referring to something about sexually or gay couples."
In response, Mark said that the host's remarks implied that he had made a connection "about people partying and going out late nights" which had offended the pair.
"That wasn't a connection to gay couples that was a connection to a party house...If you felt that I apologise," Scott clarified.
A momentary truce was called before Mark and Mitch began to explain the layout of their second level.
Scott claimed it was best described as a "party" home.
"You keep saying it's just a living area, you keep steering away from this and I wonder why... any entertainment going on in this house will be on this level," he explained.
WATCH: Mitch and Mark lash out at Scott Cam on The Block
In a fiery showdown on Sunday night, the host left Mitch and Mark deeply offended after referring to their living room space as a party room.
When Scott compared their work with the other team, who has adjusted their plans "to get away from the noisy people in your place," Mark lashed out.
"There’s no noisy people. People need to cope with the fact that there are multiple living spaces in all metropolitan homes and they need to actually step away from it because they have no idea," he argued, holding up his hand in protest.
As Mitch stood glowering on by his partner's side, he continued:
"It is a living space as any house in any suburban part of Australia has. And if they’re making a judgment about us — because they’ve often said, ‘People like us’ — I need to understand what does that mean? Are you judging us?"
Some viewers agreed with the couple and took to social media to express their opinion.