The Big Brother 2017 housemates comes to blows tonight in a row over whether or not the earth is flat.
'Politics' is front and centre of the latest challenge as the housemates go head to head across a range of hot button topics and it all kicks off.
Topics including climate change and Brexit are debated... as well as whether or not the earth is flat.
Imran Javeed and Arthur Fulford ended up in a very heated argument over the apparently controversial topic.
"It's f**king bonkers," Arthur ranted. "The world's round."
"Shut your f**king mouth and sit down man," snapped Imran's wife Sukhvinder.
"Sit the f**k down, man," added Imran.
She then stormed off with Imran, remarking: "I don't hang around with f**king morons."
Arthur then quipped: "Well don't walk too far that way or you'll fall off the edge."
Imran and Sukhvinder then talk to the diary room about their upset of being confronted by Arthur.
"Just because he's got f**king s**t loads of f**king money and doesn't have to do anything with that, that's what's f**king wrong," a tearful Sukhvinder tells Big Brother in the Diary Room. "People work so f**king hard to get where they f**king are.
"He's being threatening as well, that's threatening behaviour," Imran accused. "That's threatening behaviour, I'm going to make a complaint."
Elsewhere in the task, on the topic of free school meals, Rebecca argues that “if you want to have children, you should be paying for them to have breakfast, lunch and dinner and if you can’t afford to give them lunch then you shouldn’t be having children”.
Sukhvinder shares views on taxation for higher earners, and says “My opinion is that we all have the same 24 hours so if I choose to get off my arse and go and earn my money, better my life and work the jobs I choose to do, what right does someone have to then say that I should be taxed more than someone who can’t be f**king bothered.
"Where’s the incentive to better people’s lives. Why do people think it's ok to be poor?”
The highlights and fallout air tonight from 9PM on Channel 5.