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However, fellow contestant Adam Mastroianni has revealed that there was a parting shot that was cut from film in the infamous Jane rant.
Peter Marsh, a salesman from Oxfordshire, starred on Channel 4's Come Dine With Me in January 2016 and he's certainly made a lasting impression on pop culture ever since.
After his nemesis, Jane, won the competition, Peter memorably gave her a piece of his mind.
For those unaware, the infamous line was: "Enjoy the money, I hope it makes you very happy. Dear lord, what a sad little life, Jane."
He was absolutely gutted after missing out on the £1,000 cash prize and took his anger out on Jane - the winner.
As fellow diners Jane, Charlotte and Adam sat on his sofa, Peter read out the results.
The disappointed salesman said: "In fourth place is me."
After shaking his head in disgust at Jane, she said: "I don't know why you're shaking your head at me.
"You won, Jane," Peter spat.
"Enjoy the money, I hope it makes you very happy. Dear lord, what a sad little life, Jane.
"You ruined my night completely, so you could have the money. But I hope now you spend it on some lessons in grace and decorum, because you have all the grace of a reversing dump truck without any tyres on."
"I don't get it," said Charlotte.
"Well you wouldn't let's be honest, there's nobody in there, love," Peter hit back.
"So Jane, take your money and get off my property."
Mastroianni told the Independent that there was more to the story.
He said: "It was surreal.
"In fact, I couldn’t look directly at it – that’s why I was staring off into the distance during his whole rant.
"You can see me look up at one point to make eye contact with the producer, as if to plead with him, ‘Can’t you shut the camera off?’ Of course they wouldn't, because the producers were probably getting exactly what they wanted."
"His words to me at the end of his rant, which didn’t make the cut, were, 'Adam... you’re very funny, your food wasn’t great, it’s been a pleasure.'"
Peter, who lives in East Oxfordshire with husband Richard, has opted to stay clear from the limelight ever since.
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