The former mole admitted that he had grown tired of repetitive conversations in the house, which he said usually focused on evictions and who will make the final.
During a conversation in the bedroom, the 28-year-old said that he wasn't as happy in the house as he was initially.
"We’ve been here a long time now," reassured Corin.
"There is only a few people in this house that I actually, actively want to talk to or be around, you being one of them," Mario explained, saying that earlier in the series he had enjoyed spending time with different people.
"I think my social butterfly has died and I don't have any interest in it anymore, I just wait for the task now. I can't feign interest if I am not interested.”
Corin told him not to worry if he was feeling low and to remove himself from the group if he felt uncomfortable. "Just stay out of it. If you feel like that, do your own thing," she suggested.
Mario agreed, but confirmed he was still grateful to be in the house. "I'm still very much excited about being here," he said.