Seb: 'Probably not.'
Gillian: 'Why not?'
Turning to the camera, Gillian snapped: 'I’m the sort of person that finishes something, regardless of whether I love it or hate it.' Viewers were left wondering what Gillian's qualifications are.
Gillian: 'So what do you do? I don’t even know.'
Seb: 'I’m a personal trainer and a construction worker.'
Gillian: 'What does that pay?'
Gillian: 'Not much?'
Poor Seb, he was trying to keep up with his mother-in-law, who refused to find out about his caring, loving and protective side.
Gillian told viewers that, 'Lizzie is more mature. I think she’s more mature than he is.'
She accused Seb of having no ambition or drive, and pestered him about having a 'savings goal' and no 'investment property'.
'You’re 31!' she snapped. 'Why has it taken so long? Lizzie needs a person with reasonable income to sustain the life she’s become a custom to.'
'What’s the life she’s a custom to?' Seb asked, adding that she'll have to settle Swarovski over diamonds for the time being, which only infuriated Gillian more.
'You’ll need to earn a lot of money… she’s not cheap. I like stability. I like somebody who knows what they want. I like someone who has a deposit,' Gillian told Seb.
Then Lizzie's father stepped in, telling Seb that his daughter was ambitious and hard-working. 'I’d like to see you more focused. What’s your end goal?'
'I feel personally attacked,' Seb said, probably remembering that Lizzie works in retail.
Finally, Lizzie said something, albeit, to producers. 'Oh God. Poor Seb.'