Love Island fans unhappy with Teddy and Faye drama

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Photo credit: ITV
Photo credit: ITV

The latest drama-fuelled episode of Love Island saw Hugo Hammond, Clarisse Juliette, Amy Day, and Sam Jackson get dumped from the villa, after the rest of the Islanders chose to save Mary Bedford and Tyler Cruickshank

The remaining Islanders were then treated to a movie night (popcorn included), with a projector screen all set up for them above the swimming pool. Of course, this was no ordinary Netflix-and-chill.

Rather than watching the new Black Widow, the Islanders watched some cringe-inducing clips of their time in the villa. You know, the same ones we've been obsessing over for the past six weeks. 

The Islanders were split into teams – boys vs girls – and had to answer sex-based questions, such as "What percentage of people use a smartphone during sex?" The team closest to the correct answer then chose which clip they'd like to watch. 

Photo credit: ITV
Photo credit: ITV

Unsurprisingly, it got off to a shaky start when the girls chose to watch a clip entitled, 'She's not all that', which showed a clip of Jake from earlier on in the season questioning his sexual attraction to Liberty. 

Things only got worse from there, after the boys opted for the clip 'Fifty Shades of Faye,' which showed Faye admitting that Teddy doesn't make her laugh, as well as her getting close to dumped Islander Sam Jackson. The contrast between Faye and Teddy's reactions to the clip was evident, with Teddy looking upset, and Faye laughing. 

Watch: Love island faye and teddy

Here's how Twitter reacted: 

We're rooting for you, Feddy.
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