Four-in-a-Bed Couple has revealed the secrets of the Channel 4 show, revealing how producers love provoking drama.
In the UK B&B competition, entrants compete against each other to see who has the best deal.
The proud owners are judged on everything from breakfast, room size, experience, how clean the B&B is and hospitality.
The competition becomes very competitive and often couples play the game in hopes of winning.
Two stars of the new series took the fans behind the scenes.
Julie and Neale, who own the Copperfields Vegetarian Guest House in Kent, reveal secrets behind the filming.
Julie told Metro how it took 14 days to film and how bosses made drama.
She said, “You asked us a lot of questions that we later realized were important because the questions she asked had a huge impact on who they put you with on the show.
“They asked us things like, ‘What do you hate most when you go to another bed and breakfast?’
“If you said, ‘I hate dogs,’ then you would be exposing you to someone who has dogs.
“That wasn’t clear to us at the time, we were just being very honest and direct. So they played us off with a Scottish couple who were very meat-oriented.”
It turned out that a couple had to rearrange an entire room and move because they weren’t “camera friendly”.
The daily TV show, which is similar to Come Dine With Me, first aired in 2010.
In the program, four groups compete against each other to impress each other to win an iconic gold plaque.
The owners stay at their competitor’s B&B for one night and rate how their stay was and how much they would be willing to pay for it.
Sometimes you can see guests playing the game by selling shorts to each other to win.
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