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& # 39; He could not have done it worse! & # 39; The Block's Scott Cam (photo) has divided viewers over his SECOND confrontation with Mitch and Mark in Monday's episode after accusing him of making a homophobic comment
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The viewers of The Block remain divided after the last heated confrontation between host Scott Cam and gay participants Mitch and Mark.

Scott, 56, was furiously left behind on Monday's episode after he said sorry that he'd give the couple's living room a & # 39; party room & # 39; but did not get a similar apology from the couple because he suggested that he & # 39; homophobic & # 39; used to be.

The team had insisted that Scott's comment be a sharp judgment about their lifestyle, so a furious Mitch would tell the presenter that he should go & # 39; himself & # 39 ;.

& # 39; He couldn't have done it worse! & # 39; The Block's Scott Cam (photo) has divided viewers over his SECOND confrontation with Mitch and Mark in Monday's episode after accusing him of making a homophobic comment

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& # 39; He could not have done it worse! & # 39; The Block's Scott Cam (photo) has divided viewers over his SECOND confrontation with Mitch and Mark in Monday's episode after accusing him of making a homophobic comment

During the episode, Scott decided to clear the air and apologized for the violation that his & # 39; party room & # 39; comment might have caused, but then turned around and raged at the couple before storming the set.

& # 39; During the week, things have been said about my character regarding you, and I do not accept that, & # 39; Scott said, furiously that the two men refused to apologize for having labeled him homophobic.

& # 39; I was offended and I expected you to (also) say sorry once I explained it. But you didn't say sorry, you said thank you. & # 39;

Which side are you on? Scott was furiously left on Monday's episode after he said sorry that he and Mitch & Mark & ​​# 39; s living space were a & # 39; party room & # 39; but did not get a similar apology from the couple because he suggested that he & # 39; homophobic & # 39; used to be

Which side are you on? Scott was furiously left on Monday's episode after he said sorry that he and Mitch & Mark & ​​# 39; s living space were a & # 39; party room & # 39; but did not get a similar apology from the couple because he suggested that he & # 39; homophobic & # 39; used to be

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Which side are you on? Scott was furiously left on Monday's episode after he said sorry that he and Mitch & Mark & ​​# 39; s living space were a & # 39; party room & # 39; but did not get a similar apology from the couple because he suggested that he & # 39; homophobic & # 39; used to be

Viewers are divided on how Scott responded to the situation.

Some people sympathized with him, while others insisted that he had wrongly expected an apology and treated things badly.

One viewer wrote: & # 39; Scott Cam could not have done so much worse.

Divided: the Block fans are divided on how Scott responded to the situation. Some people sympathized with him, while others insisted that he had wrongly expected an apology and treated things badly. Pictured: Mitch and Mark

Divided: the Block fans are divided on how Scott responded to the situation. Some people sympathized with him, while others insisted that he had wrongly expected an apology and treated things badly. Pictured: Mitch and Mark

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Divided: the Block fans are divided on how Scott responded to the situation. Some people sympathized with him, while others insisted that he had wrongly expected an apology and treated things badly. Pictured: Mitch and Mark

& # 39; (He) cannot admit that it is wrong and then becomes aggressive trying to force an excuse from the people he has offended #TheBlock. & # 39;

Another person tweeted: & # 39; Scott Cam does not have to be so defensive, it is clear that the boys are clearing something up and are visibly upset. & # 39;

A third fan wrote: & # 39; For those who don't think casual homophobia is committed, it's not what you find offensive to the goals, it's what the goals consider offensive that makes it so #TheBlock. & # 39;

Critic: A viewer wrote: & # 39; Scott Cam could not have done so much worse. (He) cannot admit he is wrong and then becomes aggressive to apologize to the people he has offended & # 39;

Critic: A viewer wrote: & # 39; Scott Cam could not have done so much worse. (He) cannot admit he is wrong and then becomes aggressive to apologize to the people he has offended & # 39;

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Critic: A viewer wrote: & # 39; Scott Cam could not have done so much worse. (He) cannot admit he is wrong and then becomes aggressive to apologize to the people he has offended & # 39;

Supporters: Others defended Scott & # 39; s word choice, with one viewer who wrote: & # 39; Scott Cam is the last person I expect to be hateful or intentionally offensive & # 39;

Supporters: Others defended Scott & # 39; s word choice, with one viewer who wrote: & # 39; Scott Cam is the last person I expect to be hateful or intentionally offensive & # 39;

Supporters: Others defended Scott & # 39; s word choice, with one viewer who wrote: & # 39; Scott Cam is the last person I expect to be hateful or intentionally offensive & # 39;

& # 39; Total misunderstanding & # 39 ;: a fan tweeted that Mitch and Mark Scott owed an excuse

& # 39; Total misunderstanding & # 39 ;: a fan tweeted that Mitch and Mark Scott owed an excuse

& # 39; Total misunderstanding & # 39 ;: a fan tweeted that Mitch and Mark Scott owed an excuse

On the fence: another viewer understood both sides of the disagreement and tweeted: & # 39; I feel the situation with M&M and Scott Cam in #TheBlock is uncomfortable for both parties & # 39;
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On the fence: another viewer understood both sides of the disagreement and tweeted: & # 39; I feel the situation with M&M and Scott Cam in #TheBlock is uncomfortable for both parties & # 39;

On the fence: another viewer understood both sides of the disagreement and tweeted: & # 39; I feel the situation with M&M and Scott Cam in #TheBlock is uncomfortable for both parties & # 39;

But others defended Scott & # 39; s word choice, with one viewer who wrote: & # 39; Scott Cam is the last person I expect to be hateful or intentionally offensive.

& # 39; I think there is a difference here and it should be a conversation, not a controversy. & # 39;

Another supporter wrote: & # 39; Great job, Scotty, I thought you did well in the end. I hope the boys apologize. Total misunderstanding. & # 39;

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One viewer understood both sides of the disagreement and tweeted: & # 39; I feel the situation with M&M and Scott Cam in #TheBlock uncomfortable for both parties.

& # 39; Is Scottie homophobic? I do not think so. Did he position himself in television in "humor"? I tend to agree. I believe that neither party will fully agree with this in the end. & # 39;

& # 39; Nothing is less true if you think we are referring to something about sexuality or gay couples & # 39 ;: before the confrontation in Monday's episode, Scott had visited Mitch and Mark while working on their room to make peace

& # 39; Nothing is less true if you think we are referring to something about sexuality or gay couples & # 39 ;: before the confrontation in Monday's episode, Scott had visited Mitch and Mark while working on their room to make peace

& # 39; Nothing is less true if you think we are referring to something about sexuality or gay couples & # 39 ;: before the confrontation in Monday's episode, Scott had visited Mitch and Mark while working on their room to make peace

Before the confrontation in Monday's episode, Scott had visited Mitch and Mark while working on their room to make peace.

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& # 39; I want to clear up the air. I want to figure it all out and I want to make sure you know that when the jury members say and when I say "people like you" we are talking about retrieved empty nesters like me and my wife, like you, & # 39; he explained.

& # 39; Nothing could be further from the truth if you thought we were talking about sexuality or gay couples. & # 39;

Mark said he believed that when Scott talked about & # 39; people who party and (late) go out nights, he was referring obliquely to gays.

& # 39; That was not related to gay couples, but to a party house … If you felt like I apologized, & # 39; Scott replied.

& # 39; I do not accept that! & # 39; But Scott then threw a tantrum when Mitch and Mark refused to apologize in exchange for suggesting that he had been homophobic

& # 39; I do not accept that! & # 39; But Scott then threw a tantrum when Mitch and Mark refused to apologize in exchange for suggesting that he had been homophobic

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& # 39; I do not accept that! & # 39; But Scott then threw a tantrum when Mitch and Mark refused to apologize in exchange for suggesting that he had been homophobic

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