Phillip Schofield teased that he wants This Morning game Spin to Win binned off after ten chaotic failed attempts to play.
The hosts had two separate goes to get the game off the ground after yesterday's similar on-air disaster.
But it was even worse today after every contestant either didn't answer their call or wouldn't offer the password.
Holly Willoughby then branded Phil "brutal" after teasing contestants who break rules by answering with a simple hello – excitedly telling them they were live before cutting them off.
Phillip and Holly were ready to give some prize money away with up to £3,000 up for grabs.
But they both don't want to try again tomorrow after two failed attempts after the same thing happened on Monday.
"What's the point in entering?" Do we have to play it at all?" Phil grumbled as things went from bad to worse.
Holly added: "That's it, I'm not playing any more. People have gone out and they don't love us any more."
Phil joked: "Shall we play it twice again tomorrow?"
Holly screamed: "No….I don't want to play this stupid game any more."
They were then forced to read out the rules and regulations for Wednesday's show.
Caller number three earlier said: "Bippity, boppity boo" when the duo called – which was unfortunately the password for yesterday's show.
Shocked Holly placed her hand over her mouth as she said: "That's the wrong passphrase. It's the wrong passphrase. We're looking for today's passphrase, because it's today."
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They announced they would be donating £3000 to the puppy rescue charity they interviewed earlier in the show.
Viewers agree with them and one tweeted: "Spin to Win has got to go!"
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