MY Kitchen Rules Judge Manu Feildel has revealed more about the show's "scandal", in which a team will be accepted from the cooking contest.
In an interview with Weekend Sunrise, Feildel said that he had never seen anything like this in the story of hit reality reality tv cooking.
"Never. I hope I'll never see it again," he said.
Television viewers will finally see how the word warriors play among the NSW besties, Sonya, 34 and Hadil, 30 and NSW sisters, Jess, 31, and Emma 38 when the show returns this Sunday night.
Channel Seven has saturated its promos for months with teasers about the moment a team went "too far".
The team to be removed from MKR after an offensive dinner party comment was suggested after Hadil called Emma a blow fish before she returned and said, "You look like Bubba Gump."
"Men, a little bit of respect," MKR judge Pete Evans is heard to say to a point.
The argument was triggered after Sonya and Hadil said the sisters were "definitely not the top eight we expected in this competition, but it will make it easier to beat them."
In the advertisement Hadil burned back on MKR competitor Josh and told him to "stay away" and "do not let me come to you."  "Do not let me come to you," said Hadil, threatening another participant in a scene.
"You have serious problems," says Jess in another answer.
Feildel tells a team: "Things have become too out of hand. This behavior is unacceptable!" You are excused from the table. "
Someone is later taken away in an ambulance, but it is unclear who this is
Sunday Telegraph revealed in December last year that an all-girl team would be kicked by sets of hit reality tv programs.
When asked how the word war between the participants began, Feildel said he was unsure.
"I think it was just step by step. They began to go a little and it just grew and went too far, "he told the Weekend Sunrise.
" We like some spices in the kitchen and among the participants, but it has taken it to a whole new level.
"It's too hot. Of course, we like people with opinions that tell us what they think, but to that extent it's too much."
Feildel also revealed that he and Evans are not in the room "24/7" with the participants.
"We do not spend the whole time around the table," he said.
"We spend a lot of time in the kitchen and make sure that cooks are doing the right thing,
and sometimes in the back of production.
" Many things happen when we are not at the table. They feel that they are a little more free to talk without the teachers in the room.
"We do not know where it started, but it happened mostly through a few episodes, and suddenly it went too far."
Despite not knowing where the excitement started between the girls, he said that he and Evans had picked it up during the shooting.
"Yes, sure. It's like bending the bear," he said.
While Feildel admitted that they were eager for interesting television, they drew the line on the behavior they experienced.
"Of course, we want interesting TV, but do not go too far, would you ask them to leave the table," he said.
"We have proven that if you want to act like this you will no longer be in the show. That's what we are. We should be a family show. It's a bad example for all of us."
My kitchen rules return Sunday evening at. 19 at seven and continues Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday evening.