Love Island viewers were begging each other for help, or the installation of a translator, after they failed to understand Brad McClelland’s strong Northern accent yet again.
The 26-year-old Northumberland labourer tried his best to win over newcomer Rachel Finni during Sunday’s episode, in an attempt to maintain his place in the villa.
It seemed to work too – seeing as Rachel admitted to him catching her eye almost immediately.
But while Rachel was definitely having fun with a series of flirty conversations with him, including a late-night chat and an early morning one-to-one by the pool, viewers were having a much harder time.
Unfortunately, Love Island quickly let the credits roll so viewers remain none the wiser about who’s being dumped a little while longer.
His fate will be revealed on Monday – is Brad’s time in the villa up?
Or has he managed to survive another day?
Brad was first coupled up with Faye Winter when arriving on the show, but things turned sour when he then declared her the person he fancied the least in a snogging game.
Raging and embarrassed, the pair later clashed in the first argument of the series – and now she’s partnered with new boy Liam Reardon.
Brad also came under fire from Chloe Burrows for failing to ask her a single question during a conversation on the beanbags when she tried to get to know him.
When the next recoupling came around, he was left alone and vulnerable to be dumped from the show alongside Chuggs.
Only one of them can remain – with the decision in the hands of Rachel, who arrived as the latest bombshell on Friday.
While she admitted to fancying Brad immediately, she was seen throughout Sunday’s episode chatting with Chuggs and getting closer to him.
But which one’s done enough to persuade her to keep him around?
Love Island airs weekdays and Sundays at 9pm on ITV2.