“Married at First Sight” has not even finished the honeymoons yet, and drama is already brewing. Brandon Reid and Taylor Dunklin aren’t seeing eye-to-eye when they discuss how things are going with the other couples in the above clip, exclusive to International Business Times.

As they lounge poolside, they discuss their compatibility with some of the other couples. Taylor wants to talk about the bright side, but Brandon immediately jumps to a negative aspect.

“Brandon and I are super similar, even down to like the eating habits and stuff like that,” Taylor says.

Brandon, however, brings up that they’re “very big on the spats” and references “when you woke me up with a camera in my face.”

Taylor bites her tongue while they’re at the pool, but she didn’t hold back during her confessional with the producers.

“For the life of me, I don’t know where the attitude is coming from,” she tells the cameras. “I’m trying to be patient here and he’s being like a little [expletive].”

Meanwhile, Brandon tells the cameras that his wife’s behavior concerns him. “It throws me for a loop when she stuck a camera in my face,” he says. “[It] started to make me think like, ‘Wow, have you been videotaping me the entire time? What’s going on? Why was this the proper time for you to videotape me?’ It freaked me out.”

“Married at First Sight” fans know that it’s less likely that Taylor is a creeper and more likely that she’s just trying to do what producers asked. The Lifetime reality show gives participants handheld cameras, sometimes called Diary Cams, to capture intimate moments that the crew aren’t there to film. In previous seasons, Diary Cam segments often include the couples talking to the audience while in bed early morning or late at night. Apparently, Brandon wasn’t down with an early morning filming session.

“Married at First Sight” Season 10, episode 5 airs Wednesday on Lifetime.

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Brandon Reid and Taylor Dunklin star in "Married At First Sight" Season 10. Lifetime