Tuesday night saw a group of people got through one of life's most excruciating experiences - interviewing for a new job.
Channel 4 filmed a total of eight candidates interviewing for two different jobs, one for an administration position at Low Cost Vans in South Wales, another for a assistant manager role at fancy Wickham House.
After a series of good and not-so-great interviews at the van firm, the candidates were whittled down to Ian, who was unemployed after being made redundant from his job at a wire brush company, and Jody, a 34-year-old single mum who was trying to make it back into the world of work after taking a break to focus on looking after her kids.
Both candidates were very popular with viewers, who admired how well they coped under pressure.
Ian off #thejobinterview is getting me a bit emosh ??? please let him get it
-- Emily Mellor (@emilymellor96) July 12, 2016
Well done Jody. Mums returning to work after a break - get out there and show what great skills you have! #TheJobInterview
-- Lindsay Southall (@mumspotential) July 12, 2016
However, viewers didn't warm quite so well to the interviewers at Low Cost Vans, Rod and Lorraine.
-- Ed Goodman (@edagoodman) July 12, 2016
#TheJobInterview is making my blood boil. You can get far more out of an interview than these two idiots are doing. Total power trip.
-- Magnetic Recruitment (@magneticrc) July 12, 2016
Well at least the candidates aren't the only people coming out of this looking unprofessional. #TheJobInterview
-- Imogen Turner (@ImogenTweets) July 12, 2016
-- James (@eggcups) July 12, 2016
But in the end the company redeemed itself by hiring Jody and offering Ian a job in another area of the company. Phew!
-- Dad.i.am (@kevdilks) July 12, 2016
Next up was Wickham House in Berkshire, a luxury venue for weddings and special occasions, run by 58-year-old Philippa and her family. The budding hopefuls were whittled down to Isabel, a charity worker with a great eye for detail, and Amy, who was returning to work after concentrating on raising her son.
Both candidates proved popular on Twitter, although people couldn't help but want Amy to score a job to provide for her family.
Calling this early. Isabel all the way #TheJobInterview
-- Bowen Eldridge (@boweneldridgeuk) July 12, 2016
But life just ain't fair sometimes, and Amy was overlooked for Isabel. Twitter was NOT happy.
Unclear why Amy didn't get the job. She's perfect for it & invested in the local area, so wouldn't move quickly. #TheJobInterview
-- Mark Machado (@MarkMachado) July 12, 2016
I would've hired Amy a million times over. Fab personality, perfect for events! Their loss. #TheJobInterview
-- Katie Steingold (@steinyK) July 12, 2016
We hope she finds the perfect position soon!