One thing was for sure though: Brandon chose not to move in with Taylor in the neutral apartment the show had provided for them as a couple in Washington, D.C.
"Did you agree with that decision or did you want him to move in and try to work on things?" host Jamie Otis asked Taylor on Wednesday night's episode of Married at First Sight: Unfiltered.
"Honestly, the fact he wasn't living with me at that moment, I was very relieved," Taylor admitted.
"I was truly relieved that we didn't have to spend the first night together."
Taylor, however, said she'd totally expect Brandon to live with her had their relationship been on the right track.
"But if I was on better terms with Brandon, then he would have to move in," Taylor shared. "Like, it doesn't say anything to his commitment."
Although Taylor and Brandon appeared to have a blast on their honeymoon after tying the knot, their time together in Panama wasn't without a couple of bumps in the road.
Brandon seemed to ignore Taylor for almost a full day after she woke him up with a camera in his face one morning. He claimed her ambush gave him a panic attack because he's a private and reserved guy.
And on the last day of their honeymoon, Brandon had a meltdown over the production team following him around and trying to film his every move.
Brandon, however, received a lot of heat from Taylor's friends and family when the married couple hosted a house-warming party. Brandon just wanted to move forward from the incident and try to better his relationship, which prompted Taylor to stand up for her husband and give him another chance.