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MAFS plot hole that has fans convinced Bronson Norrish knew about Ines and Sam’s fling all along

Is this PROOF the ‘affair’ was staged? The MAFS plot hole that has fans convinced Bronson Norrish knew about Ines Basic and Sam Ball’s fling all along

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From inexplicable outfit changes to contrived scenarios- Married At First Sight has been rife with questionable moments this season.

And on Sunday night, fans noticed a particularly glaring plot hole that appears to indicate Sam Ball and Ines Basic’s ‘affair’ was staged by producers. 

During the commitment ceremony, Bronson Norrish was shocked to learn about his wife’s relationship with Sam- especially as he’d previously thought things were going well in his marriage.    

  

Is this PROOF the ‘affair’ was staged? The MAFS plot hole that has fans convinced Bronson Norrish knew about Ines Basic and Sam Ball’s fling all along

However, fans found it perplexing when the former stripper brandished a hand-written sign that said ‘leave’ at the end of the ceremony, given that he wrote it prior to even knowing about the ‘affair’. 

Viewers immediately took to Twitter to point out the obvious plot flaw as well as speculate on whether this was proof the whole storyline was staged. 

‘Calling BS that Bronson chose to leave, he would have made the decision apparently prior to knowing that Ines cheated, when he thought things were good between them. Such scripted drama this season,’ one wrote.

'As much as I didn't want them to stay, it makes no sense': Viewers immediately took to Twitter to point out the obvious plot flaw as well as speculate on whether this was proof the whole storyline was staged

‘As much as I didn’t want them to stay, it makes no sense’: Viewers immediately took to Twitter to point out the obvious plot flaw as well as speculate on whether this was proof the whole storyline was staged

‘Hold up! Had a ‘great ‘ week with Ines & had total faith in the them but tonight he writes LEAVE Fishy as F,’ another added. 

Another frustrated viewer said that Bronson’s decision simply made ‘no sense’.   

‘As much as I didn’t want them to stay, it makes no sense that Bronson wrote leave *before* the admissions given how supposedly clueless and positive he was about their progress. This show. Ugh,’ they grumbled.  

‘Calling BS that Bronson chose to leave’: fans found it perplexing when the former stripper brandished a hand-written sign that said ‘leave’ at the end of the ceremony, given that he wrote it prior to even knowing about the ‘affair’

Coming clean: Sam and Ines' 'affair' came to light during Sunday night's commitment ceremony

Coming clean: Sam and Ines' 'affair' came to light during Sunday night's commitment ceremony

Coming clean: Sam and Ines’ ‘affair’ came to light during Sunday night’s commitment ceremony 

'Fishy': Frustrated fans were left scratching their heads after Bronson elected to leave the experiment 

‘Fishy’: Frustrated fans were left scratching their heads after Bronson elected to leave the experiment 

Meanwhile, another fan speculated that Bronson initially wrote ‘stay’, but that producers intervened at the last minute.  

‘Very clever editing with two commitment ceremony endings. Bronson clearly had intentions to stay but another close up edit insert allowed him to present the leave sign,’ one fan theorised. 

‘MAFS Allowing him to spend another week with her would have been ridiculous,’ they added. 

That's all she wrote? One skeptical viewer even wagered that Bronson's contract had expired and that it was time to 'write him out' of the script

That’s all she wrote? One skeptical viewer even wagered that Bronson’s contract had expired and that it was time to ‘write him out’ of the script

Elsewhere, another viewer raged: ‘I refuse to believe Bronson wrote ‘leave’ on his own accord. Producers had their say to make way for the intruders. Bye Felicia!  So damn obvious.’

One skeptical viewer even wagered that Bronson’s contract had expired and that it was time to ‘write him out’ of the script. 

‘Why would Bronson say leave if he thought things were going good all week. Oh contract up up write him out,’ they Tweeted. 

MAFS continues Monday at 7.30pm on Nine.  

'Very clever editing': Meanwhile, another fan speculated that Bronson initially wrote 'stay', but that producers intervened at the last minute

‘Very clever editing’: Meanwhile, another fan speculated that Bronson initially wrote ‘stay’, but that producers intervened at the last minute

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