Newlyweds slash hornballs Jinger Duggar and husband Jeremy Vuolo cannot stop being affectionate on this week's all-new Counting On.
The honeymoon is REALLY heating up ... in the kitchen.
This evening's preview clip shows Duggar and Vuolo, who tied the knot on last week's episode, enjoying their honeymoon in Australia.
There, the smitten couple partook in a cooking class.
"Being newlyweds ... I think we're both looking forward to cooking together," the 23-year-old daughter of Jim Bob and Michelle said.
"That's something that we'll be doing from here on out."
Vuolo, a 29-year-old pro soccer player turned pastor, immediately gets reprimanded for not knowing how to flip prawns properly.
He tells the camera, "I am not very experienced at all with cooking seafood, especially on a grill. I don't think I've ever done it."
Then comes the obvious, awkward sexual innuendo!
When the cooking instructor asks him what he's most excited about to cook, Vuolo misunderstands the scope of this benign inquiry.
Rather, he thinks the teacher is asking what he's most looking forward to about marriage, and he responds to that question accordingly:
Being naked with Jinger all the time, basically.
"It's like, 'I'll tell you what I'm excited about most in marriage,'" Vuolo says with a laugh, before realizing she just meant the cooking.
"Oh, right ... back down to the food," he adds.
As for Jinger's take on the very same question, she said, "Well. Uh, yes. I think all of it." These two have never been ones for subtlety.
The sexual tension continued thereafter:
Vuolo tells the TLC cameras at one point: "Watching Jinger cook, she's beautiful, and so it was getting a little hot in the kitchen."
"I think [the chef] Bec was uncomfortable with a couple of newlyweds in her kitchen, but we were there for a nice romantic time."
"Must be the crustaceans and the garlic ... natural aphrodisiac," he adds, while Jinger quips, "It's not like we just got married or anything."
Wow. Honestly, get a ROOM you two.
It's been a few months now since Jinger Duggar and Jeremy Vuolo got married, which means a pregnancy announcement is overdue.
We kid, of course. Mostly. Not really.
Modern Duggar women are permitted to enjoy married life for a time before starting a family. By a time, we mean like a couple of months.
Jinge and Jer are already speaking publicly about their plans to start a family, so it's not like they may be holding off even that long.
After the couple's honeymoon in Australia, the Vuolos have settled down in Laredo, Texas, where Jeremy is the pastor of a church.
“We have just so perfectly adapted, it’s been incredible,” Jinger says, calling her new life outside of Arkansas “the biggest blessing.”
Either she's not allowed to express negative emotions, or adapting to life outside Duggar compound to be as difficult as she'd imagined.
Bottom line: Expect babies, ASAP.