Brandon accused Taylor of hanging out with men and not acting like a wife should, but Taylor thought Brandon was acting like a little "b-tch" since she had texted him in the morning and immediately apologized for falling asleep the night prior. She was also angry he waited almost an entire day to even voice or discuss his frustrations with her.
During the April 8 broadcast of Married at First Sight: Unfiltered, Taylor elaborated on why she and Brandon had it out for each other at the couples' retreat.
"We had an argument because Brandon is two different people. He's one person on-camera and he's another person off-camera," Taylor claimed.
"We had already talked about, 'I'm sorry, I was very tired.' The only reason I went to Washington, D.C. from our apartment was to drop Brandon off at home. He asked me to give him a ride home and I'm like, 'Fine, if I have to give you a ride home, I guess I'll go hang out with my friends who are visiting.'"
Taylor continued, "And he was like, 'Well, I'm going to go work and I'm going to do this, and at the end of the night, just come back to hang out with me.' And I was like, 'Okay, sure, I'll come back and hang out with you.'"
However, Taylor said she just didn't have the energy to make the drive back to Brandon.
"It was late, I was already tired, and I literally fell asleep. So, I was just very frustrated," she noted.
"It makes me feel really sad for Taylor," Katie admitted. "I think she was desperately trying to calm him down and desperately trying to reason with him and trying to be supportive, and he just wasn't having it."
Although it seemed like Taylor and Brandon's relationship was over once and for all, Taylor revealed in Wednesday night's episode she and Brandon attempted to hash things out once they returned home off-camera.
Taylor, in fact, still had hope both she and her husband would say "yes" to staying married on "Decision Day," but she wasn't sure Brandon was going to show up for the final meeting with the experts.