EXCUSE US BUT THE EXPERIMENT IS ENTERING A NEW PHASE.
The couples are moving into a shared apartment block – which is, of course, located in Bondi.
We just need to acknowledge for a moment how entirely unrealistic this setup is.
No normal human can just… afford to live in Bondi. Unless they’re paying $550 a week (each) for a room without a toilet and with a stranger squatting in the wardrobe, this arrangement is utterly misleading.
The experts are setting these people’s expectations far too high and, frankly, we think it’s rude.
As they move in, we spot Anthony trying to sneak what looks like a clothes horse into his brand new apartment. And it lends itself to a number of questions.
1) Surely you don't have to provide your own clothes horse?
2) You just, definitely, have a dryer.
3) You're not paying the electricity bill, so... capitalise on the dryer set up.
4) Maybe he is doing it for the environment. In which case we take everything back and good on him.
When they enter their apartments, each couple is greeted with a wedding photo, reminding them of that lovely day a whole two weeks ago when they met and also got married.