During Wednesday night's episode of Married at First Sight: Unfiltered, Brandon watched back a Season 10 MAFS clip of Taylor downplaying the alleged panic attack Brandon had when she woke him up with a camera in his face, saying it wasn't "that bad" and he didn't seem overly scared or anxious.
"I was shaking -- it was that bad," Brandon insisted to Taylor in the clip while the pair was out for dinner in Panama.
When Unfiltered host Jamie Otis asked Brandon why he had a panic attack that morning in Panama, Brandon replied, "I was having a hard time adjusting to having cameras in my face 24/7."
"I'm a very private person, and I wake up to her Diary Cam in my face and she's recording him," Brandon explained. "It freaked me out, so I immediately hopped out of bed and I ran all the way to our balcony."
Brandon said once he had a moment to "calm down," Taylor approached him on the balcony.
"We talked for a little bit. She apologized. She told me what happened, and I still wasn't okay," Brandon admitted.
Brandon therefore said he went to the beach and sat by himself "for a few hours," where he was able to unwind and release some tension.
"I relaxed and shut myself off from the world, and because of that, she got upset with me," Brandon recalled.
Taylor did, in fact, accuse Brandon of ignoring her all day and basically pulling a temper-tantrum over something small and insignificant.
"So by the time I had the opportunity to talk to her about it, she didn't want to talk to me -- at all," Brandon recalled.
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"She was like, 'I don't want to talk. If this is how our marriage is going to be, I don't want to be married to you.' That's kind of how it went."
Jamie then asked Brandon if Taylor understood where he was coming from once they were able to hash things out later on.
"No, she seemed like she was pretty upset and didn't really care about my panic attacks, which is like a big deal," Brandon said.
"I don't usually go out and blast the fact that I have panic attacks, so it was kind of a big deal for me to let her know that I struggle with them and to let her know on camera that I struggle with them. I felt like she was just attacking me."
Jamie, however, thought Brandon and Taylor were able to resolve their conflict pretty fast, based on what was shown on a recent episode of Married at First Sight.
"I mean, it got resolved, yeah, it got resolved," Brandon noted. "I apologized [for avoiding her] and we moved on."
"Everyone handles things differently, like, you have to give them a moment to collect their thoughts and kind of get that equilibrium back and then they're more willing to come talk to you," Michael shared.
"At this point, there was an opportunity missed with him and Taylor when he talked about his panic attacks, and it kind of just got brushed over."
Michael continued, "It's hard for us as men in general to open up and express ourselves in that way, but I think they have something and I really want to see them get through it. And I think they ended it off well to rebound and come back."
And Zach could totally relate to what Brandon was going through.
"I am also a space guy. I need my space, you know? And to Taylor, Brandon is a complete stranger, so if he says he needs space, you have to let him have space," Zach explained.
Following Taylor and Brandon's fight, the couple kissed and made up, and then they really seemed to enjoy the rest of their honeymoon together.
One night, Brandon even decorated their hotel bathroom with candles and rose petals so he and Taylor could enjoy a hot bath with each other and a bottle of champagne. Taylor gushed about how a man had never planned something so romantic for her before.
However, things came crashing down once the honeymoon was over and Brandon was fed up with having cameras follow him around.
During the latest episode of Married at First Sight's tenth season, Brandon told a crew member, "You're trying to play me," before putting his hand over a camera lens.
Taylor called her husband "abrasive" and "rude" to the show's production team, and she didn't like what she was seeing.
Taylor recalled telling Brandon, "The difficult person that you're being on camera is not somebody I really want to be married to. I like being married to the sweet, kind Brandon."
Taylor's words apparently set Brandon off, and all he paid attention to was the "I don't want to be married" part of her statement.
"He takes that and runs with it," Taylor explained. "He responds like, 'Oh, you don't want to be married to me!' He takes off his ring, he throws it and says, 'We don't have to be in this marriage,' and he leaves."