After realising that the Bristolian was offended by his remarks, some of the group leapt to her defence, and Andrew and JJ confronted the newcomer during a chat in the garden.
"Obviously you don't give a shit," began JJ. "You can't base your opinions on stuff you've seen on the telly."
Andrew added: "You've made it out like they're only friends because [Josie]'s after the money," as Rachel recommended that he take other people's feelings into consideration before opening his mouth to speak. "I think [Josie]'s dealt with you quite well. You've called her some horrible names... In her defence she's been pretty cool about it," she added.
"I didn't say Josie's love towards John James is fake," stormed the graffiti artist. "But it sounded like you said she was only doing that to get a magazine deal," protested Rachel, as Andrew fumed: "There's no point shaking your head, we all heard it!"
"I just think she'll like to tell [the press] what's happened and I think she'll like to appear on the TV," said Sam, continuing to defend himself. "But not where her relationship's concerned... They're really personal about it," replied Rachel, as Andrew pointed out that this is hardly the first instance that Sam has said something that has offended someone.
"You just need wisdom to be able to appropriate things... There's nothing wrong with you having your opinions and judging stuff but with that you need to have wisdom," said David, pointing out that most of the group has seen the relationship develop from the outset and hasn't seen it fit to pry into their feelings for one another.
"I'm not going to dumb down my personality," blasted Sam. "Well don't be surprised if people distance themselves from you," the minister told him. "Be who you are, don't restrain your opinions... We're just saying, dude, we can all see how that might majorly backfire."