Channel Nine's Married At First Sight has become infamous for its dramatic dinner party fights in recent years.
But on Wednesday, Channel Seven's controversial new reality series The Super Switch gave MAFS a run for its money with a shocking four-way dinner party clash that ended in tears.
The drama kicked off over sleeping arrangements, after it was discovered that 'switch partners' Christie Cassar and Tyler Franko had shared a bed together on the first night of the experiment.
Drama! Channel Seven's controversial new reality series The Super Switch gave MAFS a run for its money with a shocking four-way dinner party clash that ended in tears
The premise of The Super Switch involves troubled couples separating and then 'switching' partners with another couple in a last ditch bid to save their relationship.
Neesha Macleod and Lachlan Petch, who were paired together, opted not to share a bed together, with Lachlan sleeping on the couch.
However, Christie and Tyler did sleep together, which caused an explosive confrontation over morals between the two warring couples.
'I don't think sharing a bed is a very big issue,' explained Tyler, who said that he and Christie had erected a 'pillow wall' to separate themselves.
'I don't think sharing a bed is a very big issue': Tyler Franko and Christie Cassar (pictured) had to defend themselves after sharing a bed together
'That's after 24 hours, what about three weeks?' asked Lachlan. 'How relaxed is it gonna be then? There'll be a G-string in the middle!'
'Sharing a bed with the opposite sex when you're in a relationship, to me, is something I don't think a lot of people would feel comfortable with,' said Neesha.
'I would never put [girlfriend] Miranda through something she wouldn't like it,' Lachlan chimed in.
'Sharing a bed with the opposite sex when you're