BBC Show Pits Two Sets Of Slobs Against Each Other For £1,000
A couple who live among soiled underwear and rotting food have been pitted against four lads who live in a house with a sink clogged up with puke in a new BBC Three show. Sounds like a right laugh, doesn't it?
Fight Dirty sees two households with a serious issue with cleanliness battling against each other for a cash prize and - perhaps more importantly - to make their houses somewhere that a human could comfortably live.
Sarah and Jordan, who live in Belfast with their housemates Paddy and Ciaran, are up against fellow filthbags Matthew, Gavin, Ronan and Lorcan.
The four lads like to think they live in a party house, which is why their sink is full with sick.
However, they don't see a point in cleaning, as they'll just have more parties and wreck the gaff again.
Gavin explained: "If my mum or my dad were to walk into this house, they'd call me a disgrace. It's minging."
On the show, the two teams competitively clean each other's houses. At the end, the team that can demonstrate the biggest improvement in their opponents' house after five hours of cleaning walks away with £1,000 ($1,300).
However, that's a small prize given the filth they'll have to wade through to win it.
Speaking about the smell in her house, Sarah said: "You can feel it in your eyes, you can taste it, you just have to sit in it.
"We order take outs, especially after a night out, you eat it in the room, and then it just kinda gets kicked about, and then it just kinda isn't there anymore, and out of sight out of mind, that's what I live by."
It doesn't stop there, either. Their unhygienic standards also stretch to clothes.
Jordan revealed: "In the house we're doing laundry once a month."
Sarah added: "To be fair, a lot of the time this year, we bought new clothes instead of cleaning."
When cleaning, even the party boys were disgusted by the rotten food and - bizarrely - bottles of Buckfast in Sarah and Jordan's oven.
Well, no one is cooking in it, so why not?
Ronan said of his opponents' house: "The smell is absolutely awful. They must be absolute losers.
"Whoever owns that food is an absolute disgrace. I don't know how this person lives in here."
As for the BBC, it said of the show: "As well as some truly jaw-dropping filth, along the way there's top cleaning hacks, like using cola to clean a vile toilet, why damping down mould before scraping it off could save your health.
"There's also a special tip from our very own Grime Artist. If there's one thing she likes more than Grime Music, it's actual grime and she's written a track that tells you how to clean your mouldy shower using the power of slugs. Seriously."
Fight Dirty is available to stream on BBC iPlayer now.
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