If they're going to change the format of My Kitchen Rules, they should have changed the name.
The latest season of the show started on Sunday night, with "mummy bloggers" Jenni and Louise having a mixed evening.
The dessert was a success but the duck in the main course was a bleeding failure.
The big difference this time around is that each team isn't competing on their own. Instead, they're part of a "house" made up of five different teams.
So when each pair cooks, they're scoring points for the house.
And it's a literal house - the five teams are (apparently) living under the same roof for the duration of the show.
Which brings me to the issue with the title of the show. The contestants aren't cooking in their own kitchen at all, they're cooking in the kitchen of the team house.
So as far as the contestants are concerned it's not "my" kitchen at all. It might be a better kitchen, but it's not theirs.
While it remains to be seen how the new format travels, I'm feeling that the show has lost a certain charm by taking the contestants out of their homes and into a sharehouse.
For me, it's always been the early stages of My Kitchen Rules that appealed to me. Once they took the contestants out of their own kitchens to compete in challenges and then the finals at the headquarters, I tended to lose interest.
The fact people were cooking at home in their own kitchen (as well or poorly-appointed it may be) was the key point of difference the show had over longtime rival MasterChef.
But now, it's become that little bit harder to distinguish between the two shows.
Another change is that it's not just one house, they're competing against another house made up of former contestants, which the show tags as "the faves".
The faves of who, exactly? Surely not the people who actually watch the show - I struggled to recognise most of them (and I think the contestants in the other house did too).
Usually I jump out of this show once the instant restaurant rounds are over and done with, but I'm feeling like I'll be quitting the show much earlier this year.
Like, after just one episode.