A learning team of five students must work together to complete a 48-hour team exam. One of the students has a reputation for being unreliable, disruptive and confrontational. When the team members convene to write their report, this student calls to say he will be late. He shows up eight hours later. The level of team tension and animosity reached a point of near-violence and the team member was expelled. The team wonders how to deal with this team member whose behaviour is dysfunctional to effective team performance, and what to do next given that there are several more team projects to come. Supplemental case Juan Pedro's Shrimp Farm: Or the 48-hour Exam Nightmare (B), product 9B02C058, discusses the first hour after the student arrives to work on the report. Supplement Juan Pedro's Shrimp Farm: Or the 48-hour Exam Nightmare (C), product 9B02C059, describes the student's attempt to contribute to the report and the subsequent confrontation. Supplement Juan Pedro's Shrimp Farm: Or the 48-hour Exam Nightmare (D), product 9B02C060, an interview, conducted several months later, provides the student's perspective on the events.