During one of Jamie's fights with wife Elizabeth Bice on Season 9 of Married at First Sight, Elizabeth accused Jamie of being "a sexaholic" because she couldn't believe the amount of sex they were having wasn't enough.
Elizabeth felt like she and Jamie were making love every day, but Jamie argued they had only done it "four or five times max."
So how much sex would please Jamie and make him feel satisfied?
"So [Elizabeth and I] had this conversation and I don't know if I have a solid number, but if I had to give a number out, it would be like five or six times a week," Jamie revealed on Wednesday night's episode of Married at First Sight: Unfiltered.
Amber -- who is married to former pro basketball player Matthew Gwynne on the show -- then chimed in, "That's my number! Like, I need it daily, please."
"I know right?! Yeah!" Jamie said after high-fiving Amber.
"I need it daily," Amber reiterated.
Iris Caldwell, however, didn't feel like she could contribute much to the conversation given she had signed on for Married at First Sight as a virgin. And about a month into the experiment, she and husband Keith Manley have yet to consummate their marriage.
"I feel like I can't even enjoy this conversation," Iris noted.
Keith and Iris had hosted a party at their place for friends and Iris bought a certain amount of food and beverages designated for their guests.
However, at one point in the night, Keith's friends went into the refrigerator, grabbed a jug of lemonade, and apparently drank the whole thing.
Iris instantly got angry and scolded Keith's friends, saying they were only allowed two drinks each -- a comment his friends scoffed at. Keith didn't understand why Iris had gotten so upset, but they hashed things out later on.
"I think [Keith] handled [the situation] okay, but I don't think he really took my concerns seriously. I don't think he ever did," Iris said during Married at First Sight: Unfiltered.
"He was very much the same way [as his friends], like, 'Okay, it's just juice.' And it is just juice, but that's not the whole topic of our discussion right now."
Iris explained, "It's respect. It's respect of your friends actually understanding where the boundaries are in our household."