It’s no big secret that the Geordie Shore house is a bigger test for couples than the scariest of school exams, with even the strongest of couples having to deal with rumours, insecurities and everything else in-between.
And despite seeming to get their relationship reet back on track in last week’s episode (we’re talking L-bomb dropping and everything), it seems Sam Gowland and Chloe Ferry are about to face another test in the brand new episode.
In this first look at the reet radge upcoming dramz, we see Abbie Holborn finding herself in quite the situation during the family’s Toon night out, which leads to her asking for fellow lass Chloe’s assistance.
But after the radge-packet happily lends Abbie a hand (and a razor), Chloe’s attention quickly turns to something else – mainly what her mint lad Sam is up to.
Suspicious about where his eyes are looking, Chloe admits away from the club: “I look at Sam and I’m sure he’s checking out some pretty girls.
“Hang on a minute – only today he was shouting down the high street he would never talk to another girl. He better not be mugging us off.”
Confronting Sam to see what the radgie is really getting up to, Chloe asks him: “Have you been lookin’ at girls tonight?”
However, Chloe’s question doesn’t go down too well with the lad, who admits away from their chat: “What the f**k do you want me to do? Walk around with a blindfold on?”
Back in the Toon, Sam tells Chloe to “leave it,” with the lass admitting she’s made a mistake away from the radgie: “Oh sh*t, I’ve properly screwed up.
“I like Sam so much that I’ve got a little bit jealous and I’ve opened me mouth and I think he’s really angry (sic).”
Despite Chloe telling the lad to just “ignore it” and that he can “do what (he) wants,” Sam is still foaming about the incident and the fact that Sophie Kasaei’s earlier plan to help their trust issues hadn’t worked.
He says: “I thought shaming earlier (was) meant to kill all of Chloe’s insecurities about me, not bloody give them a second wind.