The couples watched Brandon and wife Taylor Dunklin get into a heated argument at the couples' retreat after Taylor apparently spent the night with friends and claimed to have fallen asleep in their hotel room.
Brandon accused Taylor of hanging out with men and not being forthcoming or communicative about her plans, but Taylor insisted she only hung out with her pals because Brandon said he needed to work and she had nothing else to do.
When resolution didn't seem attainable, Taylor stormed out on Brandon, who then tried to remove his microphone and escape the cameras.
A Married at First Sight producer, Leif, broke the fourth wall and told Brandon the microphone was not his property to touch.
"What, are you going to put your hands on me?" Brandon asked Leif with a cocky smile. "What are you going to do?"
"Who are you?" Leif asked, clearly taken aback by Brandon's behavior. "What is your problem, man?"
Jamie observed of Taylor and Brandon, "They've both got issues," likely referring to how Taylor had previously posted an Instagram Stories video claiming to be single and looking for a guy who could actually meet her qualifications while still married to Brandon.
"You don't feel bad for Brandon when he acts like that," Jamie continued. "Like, I don't feel bad for you, dude."
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Elizabeth noted watching the scene gave her "anxiety," and it wasn't the first time Brandon had an outburst on Married at First Sight. (On the last day of his honeymoon in Panama, Brandon swore at production for following him around and at Taylor for asking him to calm down).
Brandon and Leif's argument escalated when production refused to stop rolling the cameras after Brandon and Taylor's fight on the couples' retreat.
Leif accused Brandon of staring him down, and Brandon smugly smiled and called the producer "a d-ckhead" while insisting he could do and say whatever he pleased.
Brandon was actively looking to piss production off, but Leif maintained his composure and told Brandon that he was free to leave the room.
"You're a piece of sh-t, man," Brandon told Leif with a big smile. "You are, honestly."
Brandon also told a female producer or member of the camera crew she was also a big "piece of sh-t."