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David "The Captain" Kirk and Corinne Wieland. Picture: Supplied

They are the My Kitchen Rules pair who always have something to say but David "The Captain" Kirk and Corinne Wieland seemed lost for words when they received the lowest score in the show's history last night.

The Queensland couple had the chance to redeem themselves after their first instant restaurant disaster several weeks ago but, rather than improving on their initial score of 46 out of 110, their second three- course menu scored just 27 points.

Kirk admitted the evening was an "epic fail" after their menu of corn soup with tiger prawns and avocado for entree, pork medallions with cauliflower mash and mushroom sauce for main and chocolate cake with candied oranges for dessert was critically panned by both the judges and contestants.

Manu Feildel gave the entree a one out of 10 and also slammed the pair's decision to flatten the meat for the main rather than leave it in medallions.

"You decided to beat the heck out of it," the judge said.

Pete Evans said while the dessert looked delicious, it had a strange consistency and the texture was "off".

No other team in the hit Seven show's five-season history has scored below 30 points, with the second-lowest score, 38, coming from South Australians Lisa Gabel and Stefano Guerra for their instant restaurant last season.

Currently sitting at the bottom of the round-three leaderboard, Kirk and Wieland will only remain in the competition if NSW gatecrashers Cathy and Anna Lisle fail to deliver when they take to the kitchen for the first time tonight at 7.30pm on Seven/GWN7.