As if "Summer House" wasn't already a drama-filled treat for viewers, things just got juicier.

The producers of the Bravo show dished out some exclusive behind-the-scenes details about the cast. And, despite being reality stars on a cable-television show, it turns out that Carl Radke, Lindsay Hubbard, Kyle Cooke, Amanda Batula, Paige DeSorbo, Hannah Berner, Jules Daoud, and Luke Gulbranson are actually quite relatable.

Like what they like to eat for breakfast -- "Bacon. Every morning," the production team shared.

As fans can imagine, cooking and living with such a large group of people is bound to make a mess, but out of everyone the one castmate who does his fair share to keep it tidy is none other than Carl.

Bravo producers revealed that Carl "always" takes out the trash and cleans up. However, Hannah Berner can sometimes counteract Carl's efforts and usually makes a mess "even bigger."

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And when it comes to fights between resident couple Amanda and Kyle, the roommates find the situation just as awkward and uncomfortable as viewers, if not more.

"It really is like Mom and Dad fighting!" production admitted.


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The cast can't exactly get mad at the couple though given that there isn't much room for privacy while weekending in the Hamptons.

Production caught on to all the camera blind spots after Paige and Carl's infamous pantry sessions and ramped up its arsenal. Aside from bathrooms, which are off-limits, there is nowhere for the cast to hide.

"We learned our lesson after Season 3 when Paige and Carl would make out in the pantry," producers explained, adding that the side of the house and closets can provide the illusion of privacy but, "We can always hear them."

And getting to the nitty-gritty, producers revealed that Kyle and Amanda's room has seen the most action, which is no surprise considering they are a couple. Tying them on that list is Lindsay. And for both, the bathroom -- where the cameras are nonexistent -- is where the magic happens.

"They like to have sex in there occasionally," producers spilled.

"Summer House" airs Wednesdays at 9 p.m. EDT on Bravo.

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The "Summer House" Season 4 cast is pictured. Karolina Wojtasik/Bravo