Alana Spencer and Dillon St Paul get into a bitter row on The Apprentice 2016 tonight.
This week, Lord Sugar instructs the candidates to tap into one of the UK’s biggest markets – the boating and leisure industry. The task is simple: pick the right products and sell them at Poole Harbour Boat Show.
Each team is split in two with one half focusing on expensive products including £20,000 boats and jet skis, while the other must make the most of cheaper impulse buys that include everything from fish pillows to full face snorkels.
And it's every candidate for themselves as they try to secure the most sales, even if they're on the same team.
Dillon tells cameras: "I'm under pressure, every sale matters for me on this task and if I had to ruffle feathers I will."
And ruffle feathers he does after clashing with Alana over one sale.
"Dylan, that was not cool," snaps Alana.
"That was my sale," Dillon protests.
"I was speaking them before you were speaking to them initially. To come over when someone is talking to someone, that's not cool," Alana repeats.
She then remarks: "Sly, sly, b*****d.
In another row on the show tonight, Samuel Boateng is branded a "snake in the grass" while Jessica Cunningham uses lie after lie to win her sales.
Karren Brady comments to cameras: "She's embellishing, telling little fibs, 'my kids like these', her kids haven't seen them, 'I've sold 5 paddle boards', she hasn't sold any.
"She's sailing close to the wind."
The Apprentice 2016 continues Thursday nights on BBC One at 9PM.