"We had a bit of a disco between the bed sheets last night," Hayley said.
"I don't think she was expecting me to be so dominant in that area," David said.
"Sometimes you just want your hair pulled," Hayley added.
Observing their ups and downs, Hayley told David: "We are like the bi-polar couple, that is what I have named us. We have gone from one extreme to the other.
"We have gone from an absolute shit show to skipping through the corridors."
It wasn't all rosy in the garden though. David almost choked on the waffles and bacon Hayley dished up for him when she blurted out: "I love you."
"I was like pump the breaks," David said to the camera.
"I didn't mean it like that," Hayley tried to say, but the cat was out of the bag.
Meanwhile, Michael is in the doghouse with Stacey after he gets drunk, lairy and "aggressive" on another night out with the boys. (Don't you just know Michael sports a YTB bumper sticker.)
"When I came home it was like WWII," he said.
"I have been through this before on the honeymoon and with other relatives, it brings up old scars," Stacey said.
She adds: "You disrespected me ... and belittled me and told me you are leaving me. I don't need another child, I have two.
"This is strike two."
He did what any grovelling husband worth their salt would do and presented her with a cake that read: "I'm sorry Stacey, please still be my wife". All is forgiven ... for now.
Mishel and Steve also came to blows over what Mishel deems is a lack of adventure and excitement in their marriage.
"Swear at me one more time and I'll walk," Steve tells her. "I feel like I am blowing shit up hill."
"We might as well go to the retirement home right now," Mishel retorts.
We have to wait until Wednesday night's dinner party for their reconciliation. The MAFS producers just love a cliffhanger.