Married At First Sight's viewers want answers - and this time, it's the show's experts that are being hit with the tough questions.
Like, why did only some couples get airtime on Sunday night's finale?
And, why do the experts get it wrong, 99 percent of the time?
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Of the show's 12 couples, just one is pursuing a relationship outside the social experiment, Lizzie Sobinoff and Seb Guilhaus.
Taking aim at John Aiken, Mel Shillings and Dr Trisha Stratford, one viewer tweeted: 'I'm a MAFS fan, but the lack of successful couples this season might be because the experts actually didn't offer any expert advice. To me they just wanted to know if they were intimate.
Another commented: 'Appropriately lacklustre finale to a consistently lacklustre season of MAFS. Never really got out of first gear, unfortunately.'
Fans were also disappointed that a number of couples didn't get their time on the couch to speak with the experts, or have their sides of their stories aired.
Think Josh and Cathy, who left the experiment after he threw his wife under the bus in front of his over-bearing mother. Or Tash and Amanda, who left the show on a very sour note.
Poppy and Luke, and Vanessa and Chris also missed out on their sit-down with the experts.
Twitter was alight with opinions, like this follower's, who shared: 'Wait, so the other couples didn't get a chance on the couch? I just spent 3 months with these people and doing get an end????'