Rich House Poor House viewers were reduced to sobs this weekend after the latest edition of the real life series.
The TV show, which airs on Channel 5, aired an emotional edition featuring a redundant care worker.
Solomon Gordon and wife Chelsea were at the centre of the show, as they swapped lives with Johnny and Gemma Goodale D’Amore.
During the show, Solomon wept as he was offered a job after being out of work, leaving him and his kids with £80 a week to live off.
The family of six, from Bedfordshire, swapped lives with Cambridgeshire couple Johnny and Gemma.
The Goodale D’Amore couple have a £1 million property in Peterborough, with their own companies.
Johnny is a consctruction bos, while Gemma is an accountant.
Johnny says: “It’s horrible to think that on top of a really tight budget, they’ve had to get themselves in debt just to keep themselves afloat.”
Solomon, who went to work for Johnny on the building sites throughout the week’s filming, told him: “I really enjoyed it – still looking, obviously, for a residential care job because my heart, passion, everything is in that. I don’t want to do anything else.”
Johnny replied: “That’s really nice. It takes a certain type of person to work with children in care homes. You have to have a heart for it.”
Johnny then touchingly revealed he had arranged Solomon to find work with a friend in the care sector.
He said: “We’ve got a call lined up with a care home.”
Johnny continued: “I know it’s in Peterborough, but it’s exactly what you’re looking for and you’re more or less what they’re looking for. Once your probation is over, they actually pay for you to do your level five as part of progression.
“If it can get you that stepping stone and part of those qualifications that you need. That brings you to another level.”
He added: “We cannot thank you guys enough for learning bits ourselves.”