GUILT viewers all have the same complaint about the BBC drama's final series.
The hit programme which has gripped viewers for three seasons is coming to an end after this instalment.
Guilt sees two brothers commit a crime in Scotland and appear to have gotten away with it.
However, they soon learn that they can trust nobody – and not even each other.
During the second episode, Max and Jake sought refuge with a face from the past in the Highlands, but Teddy was on their trail.
Meanwhile, as Scotland’s national bank was being sold, Maggie saw an opportunity.
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But viewers at home were all left with the same complaint as they took to social media.
They said how they couldn't understand what was happening and slammed show bosses.
One said: "Is this program a comedy or is it serious ?? I don’t get it."
A second said: "Can anyone explain what is happening in simple, understandable terms?"
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"I still have no idea what is going on here #Guilt," said a third viewer.
But not everyone agreed, as a fourth commented: "Ooh #Guilt is so good. Great writing, Mark Bonnar is some kind of genius and the music is class."
Last week Guilt viewers all rushed to call out the 'standout' moment from the first episode.
Fans couldn't stop complimenting the show's soundtrack, saying it just gets "better and better".
Guilt continues Thursday nights from 9pm on BBC Two and iPlayer.
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