One of Olivia's pals asked Brett to participate and help them answer questions, but Brett admitted he was "not paying attention" and insisted they weren't playing real trivia. In last week's episode, Brett also yawned during the gathering and seemed totally disinterested.
Unfiltered host Jamie Otis, who starred on Season 1 of Married at First Sight, therefore asked Miles, Henry and Bennett, "What are your thoughts on Brett's behavior in this clip?"
"Brett kind of came across as an assh-le," Miles admitted. "Just being real. He came across as an assh-le."
Married at First Sight: Unfiltered censored Miles' expletives, but he appeared to call Brett an "assh-le" multiple times throughout the broadcast.
"I think you're with your wife's friends and you want to have a good time," Miles said. "You know, it's all about being serious and he seemed like he was being a jerk."
Olivia said in last week's episode Brett acting in that manner made her feel like he didn't care about her or being a part of her life and connecting with her close friends.
"It's unfortunate that Olivia had to experience that," Miles continued, "when she was looking forward to time with her friends and her husband."
Jamie agreed, "Yeah, that's a bummer," and then asked the guys how they would act if they were meeting their spouse's friends for the first time.
"You know, I would naturally, I think, try to be ingratiating and try to learn as much about them as I could, because I think who someone's friends are reflects on them in very real ways," Bennett chimed in.
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"With that being said, in order to learn about them, I need to participate in whatever forum it is that they are a part of."
On whether Olivia should confront Brett about his behavior during "Trivia Night," Henry joked, "You're talking to Mr. Non-confrontational."
But on a more serious note, Henry said, "Do I think she should do it? Absolutely. She should certainly not tell myself about it first or anybody else."
Henry was playfully referring to a mistake he had made with his wife Christina.
During a group outing, Henry had told Married at First Sight star Amani that Christina was very impatient and a lack of patience is actually "a dealbreaker" for him in relationships.
In fact, Henry said there would be "zero chance" of his marriage working out if Christina didn't change.
Christina was hurt and offended Henry never communicated this dealbreaker to her, and Henry expressed regret at another point in the Unfiltered broadcast over not letting Christina be the first person to know.
"It just honestly kind of aggravates me to watch that [clip of Brett]," Henry added.
Miles, however, had a different perspective on whether Olivia should put Brett in his place after how he had behaved around her friends.
"I don't think it should be Olivia's responsibility to say it, you know?" Miles reasoned.
"I don't think she should have to address it. I think [Brett] needs to be able to understand that he needs to stop being an assh-le and move forward. I probably said the word 'assh-le' five times, but that's how I feel!"
Again, Miles' expletives were bleeped out, but it's apparent he doesn't think too fondly of Brett.
This wasn't the first time Olivia thought Brett was acting like a jerk.
Since the start of the Married at First Sight season, Brett has used sarcasm as a way to communicate with Olivia, who has found it extremely annoying and frustrating when trying to have serious conversations with her husband about love and their future together.
"I just feel like he doesn't really know exactly what he wants," Olivia told Jamie on last week's Unfiltered broadcast, "and it's pretty evident when we sit down and try and do these exercises and have these serious moments that he doesn't take them very serious."
Brett felt he acted the same way all the time and countered that Olivia tended to become more reserved when cameras were rolling. Olivia said she was being pretty honest and open in that exact moment, and Brett called it "a first," which pissed Olivia off.
"I have been very clear and upfront about how I feel. Just because I can joke around about stuff doesn't mean that I'm not serious," Brett told the cameras.
"I care about her, but I don't know what I can do differently to fix this. She's got to get over [sh-t] or else she's not going to be okay in this marriage."
Olivia then asked Brett if he really wanted to be married to her, and he said, "Yes... Wow, you're really insecure."
"Am I?" Olivia asked in frustration and annoyance.