Thinking the coast was clear and that the other housemates were in bed, the duo kicked off their nightly instalment of the fake programme in the nest. However, shortly afterwards Big Brother played Nirvana's 'Smells Like Teen Spirit' into the house – waking up the group.
As everyone leapt up and began dancing, Preston headed into the nest looking for some peace and quiet – and found the pair doing fake links to camera.
Nick seized the opportunity to interview the bewildered singer but the plan backfired as the other housemates went looking for him. They, too, stumbled across the show.
"We've been busted Nick, the jig's up," said a disappointed Victor, informing the group that they had interviewed five people and managed to keep it quiet. "Look, it started off as a bit of fun, right? What we decided to do was between the two of us just come up with a little cheesy show and talk directly to the people. Then we decided to have guests on the show, starting with Brian," he explained.
"And I kept quiet! I believed it was part of a task, of course I did!" exclaimed Brian, suggesting that they conduct a group interview.
Enthused by the idea, the 'hosts' cued the credits and began to present.
"Just to bring the viewers at home up to date - we've actually been rumbled due to general ineptitude and too many loose cannons brought into the mix," announced Victor. "How does everyone feel now that they know we've been running a show here – albeit a low-budget show?" he asked.
"I knew exactly what was going on. That's why I sat there and mocked you," declared Nikki, informing them that she was not an "imbecile".
"Let's be honest, Nikki. You didn't have the foggiest. I'm not saying that you're an imbecile. But you're not exactly Poirot either," replied Victor. "Nick came up with the creativity. I came with the general unprovoked nonsense. It's been fun. I'm sad it's been brought to an end."