Married at First Sight Season 10, Episode 6 airs tonight at 8 p.m. EST/7 p.m. CST on Lifetime. The description for tonight’s episode, titled “In Seasickness and in Health,” reads, “Four pairs of newlyweds make the most of their honeymoon with a romantic catamaran trip, while one couple remains on shore to heal their fractured marriage. But despite sunny skies, there are tough seas ahead for two pairs of stranger spouses.”
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Brandon Doesn’t Like Being Followed by Production & Zach Asks Mindy How He Can Be More Attracted to Her
It looks like four of the couples are enjoying the final few days of their honeymoon, which comes complete with a boat ride, some swimming and a bit of romance. However, the “next on” promo from last week’s episode promises some some extra drama as well, specifically involving Brandon, who doesn’t like being followed by cameras everywhere (despite the fact that he is on a reality show).
“There are some things that he says to production that I don’t agree with, and he’s kind of abrasive and aggressive,” Taylor says during a confessional, while a clip shows Brandon shoving his hand in the face of a camera while trying to get on an elevator. Another clip shows him snapping at everyone on the bus as they head to the airport, saying “I’m gonna calm down when I’m in Washington. F–k y’all.”
Mindy and Zach are still struggling with their attraction issues as well; a clip shows Zach asking Mindy what she can do to make him more attracted to her (what?!), which obviously doesn’t sit well with the figure skater. A clearly-aggravated Mindy responds “what, you want me to get breast implants or something? What the f–k do you want me to do?”
You can read more about spoilers for tonight’s episode by clicking here. Tune in Wednesday nights at 8 p.m. EST/7 p.m. CST on Lifetime to catch new episodes of Married at First Sight. In the meantime, don’t forget to check out this author’s profile for all of your MAFS coverage, and more!
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