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Four in a Bed viewers rip into 'unfair, game-playing' pair for 'rubbish' string of complaints | The Sun

FOUR in a Bed fans have accused a couple of tactical scoring, dubbing their review of the B&B they visited as “weird.”

In an episode of the Channel 4 show that aired last night, viewers accused hotel owners, Stu and Lou Charman, of being ‘game players’ after their somewhat confusing scoring of Fountain Cottage B&B in Northumberland.

Michael and Danielle Hudson were the first to host with high hopes of impressing their guests. 

Initially it appeared they had, taking their guests for a personalised tour of the local brewery – fitting as the couple met aged 16 while working in a pub,

Stu and Lou praised the B&B’s linen as well as the breakfast, with a minor complaint that Michael – who has a speciality in cooking – didn’t prepare the egg ‘runny enough.’

Stu said: "I thought the breakfast was really good, just a shame about the egg really. I am sure Michael would be disappointed that my egg wasn't runny."

Lou felt the the view from their room was lacking, she said: “Oh, the view… it's not very pretty is it?” Stu agreed: "No, it's too remote for us."

When it came to scoring on Four in a Bed, Stu and Lou were generous with their marks, but had decided to not return despite the high scoring. 

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This was much to the disappointment of host, Michael who said: No! That is gutting, genuinely gutting. It seems a bit weird because I think that is quite a high score across the board.”

Danielle warned: "Keep a keen eye on the competition going forward.”

It didn’t escape viewers either, and they soon expressed their confusion online dubbing the couple “game players.” 

One said: “Slightly overcooked egg. Too remote. Game players. #fourinabed.” Another shared: “OMG minus one point for a slightly overcooked egg."One fan agreed: "Always one lot that are game players from the start."

It continued with one angery viewer who said: "No to staying again as it’s too rural. What’s that got to do with the best value? Rubbish.” Their thoughts were echoed in this comment: "Surely it’s about the B&B, not the location? Unfair – poss game players?”

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Four in a Bed airs weekdays from 5pm on Channel 4.

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