Even ally James Haskell commented that Ian's mood was affecting everybody else in camp.
Proving her love for her other half was Chloe, as she continued to defend her husband after viewers slammed the former England rugby player for branding the other celebrities "a circus of stupidity" in Saturday night's episode.
But in his exit interview with hosts Ant and Dec, Maxwell defended Haskell and Wright, blaming tough conditions for their outbursts.
"Cheer up man, I know you're exhausted and hungry and don't like trails but dude you weren't forced into this show!"
In the safety of the Bush Telegraph, Cliff said: "It all got a bit confusing because James goes blah blah blah and no one knows what the hell is going on so we just go "oh, alright then".
He stated about Wright: "I like the person, everyone seems to be massively into their households in there however I believe each of us really feel it on the similar stage and bought on the identical rhythm".
"But there was never even a moment of personal animosity".
However, what did concern people was the fact that the show is supposedly live and yet, producers were able to apply damage control when it came to the swearing. "Jim is relentlessness, keeping people's spirits up with banter or he's supporting people". Being a life coach.
"We've got all day to dither. You've gotta be a robot".
"I think he just had a really grumpy day". When you're sleep-deprived and food-deprived and surrounded by people you're not friends with in the outside world, you can have a really bad day.
The latest series of I'm A Celebrity.Get Me Out Of Here has been subject to a number of technical glitches, all of which have been picked up on by people watching at home.