Poppy Jennings originally raising the following toast: "Let's do a toast that no one's going to bang each other's husbands! To not banging husbands or wives!"
Cathy also opened up about the show having a two week break in the middle of filming.
"Everyone didn't have a lot of respect for each other, or for the whole process," she explained.
"Rules were being broken. For some of these people who were on there, they just weren't able to take it on board.
'"Small things like curfews, following the process of the way the show works. You need to talk about your relationship, and some people weren't able to go ahead and do that."
And while that was quite possibly the lowest point of the season and the trashiest moment in Australian reality TV history, this year's contestants Cathy Evans and Josh Pihlak revealed that their co-stars are set to stoop even lower.
"It's a circus," logistics investigator Sarah said before adding that the feuds during this season are far worse than what we've seen to date.
"There was a glass of red wine thrown over someone in the last series. Can that be topped?" Fitzy asked. "Yep," Josh and Cathy said simultaneously.
Their comments are a far cry from what Nine Network producers have been claiming, with Programming Director, Hamish Turner revealing during a recent interview that this season will be no nowhere near as scandalous as the last. In fact, he said it's going to be "a delicate balance" between love and drama.
"There will be drama, there is no doubt and we're not afraid of that. But the beginning of the show is definitely people looking for love and that should absolutely be the driving force behind it," he said.