Lord Sugar is struggling to settle into the plot of another show after criticizing BBC’s The Responder earlier this year.
Peaky Blinders is currently airing its sixth and final season as the Shelby family faces their greatest challenges yet.
There was a return of Alfie Solomons (Tom Hardy) and introductions of characters Diana Mitford (Amber Anderson) and Jack Nelson (James Frecheville) in what was previously dubbed the show’s “darkest” season.
However, it seems that someone who can’t keep up with the changes that last season has brought is Lord Sugar, who admitted his confusion over the plot.
He told his followers: “A bit of a struggle with Peaky Blinders. Also seen Episode 1 Killing Eve Season 4 in the US.
“I think they’re overdoing it in both programs with overly complicated (and confusing) plots.”
Obviously this was quickly mocked by some fans who couldn’t resist the opportunity to break into his own show, The Apprentice.
One wrote on Twitter: “I fight with the Apprentice and the Spurs.”
“I missed series 1,280,245,345 of The Apprentice because it’s just like everyone else before it!!” another teased.
However, some fans agreed with his thoughts on two of the BBC’s biggest shows in recent years.
One said: “Killing Eve should be finished after its first series. British shows used to be about quality over quantity. Watch the 6 episodes of The Bodyguard limited series in TV perfection. Check out Fawlty Towers 12 Brilliant Episodes.
‘100%. I also tried to understand it. Had to keep rewinding to work out the plot. Tad messed something up I think,’ said another.
‘I agree with you. I can’t really understand Peaky Blinders right now,” added another.
Back in January, Lord Sugar was hilariously irritated when he claimed he couldn’t understand a word from what Martin Freeman’s character Chris said, apparently due to his Scouse accent.
go on twitter, The Apprentice Star, 74, wrote: “Hard to understand what he and other cast members are saying. No disrespect to the people of Liverpool, they are nice down to earth people.
“My wife has given up watching her say she doesn’t understand a word.”
He was brutally beaten by the show’s creator, Tony Schumacher, who is also a proud Scouser.
The TV writer tweeted: “I hope there is something good on @ITV for @Lord_Sugar’s wife to watch instead of #theresponder.”
Peaky Blinders airs Sundays from 9pm on BBC One.
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