There were figures for the costs of welfare benefits, but no figures for outcomes from this course or the cost of it. What proportion of lone parents on this course get permanent jobs?
Why did no one get feedback from the two women who dropped out after week one?
What happened to Jacqueline? She was the 36-year-old graduate with teaching experience. What specialist advice was available to her? Did she end up at Poundland?
Why was Hayley so thrilled to be travelling from Doncaster to Derbyshire for a cup of tea and a few words with Emma?
The techniques used by Hayley - breaking them down in order to build them up again, for instance - made me wonder what her qualifications are.
I totally agreed with the parting shot that when someone can't afford to take a job there's something wrong with the system; but where was the emphasis on the minimum wage involved in these jobs?
Judging from the trailer for next week, it could cause trouble in Hull.