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"Floribama Shore" star Kirk Medas thinks roommate Jeremiah Buoni should put those giant muscles to good use and back him up in bar fights.

"Floribama Shore" star Kirk Medas realizes on Monday's episode who really has his back in the house, and it ain't Jeremiah Buoni, despite his muscular physique.

In TooFab's exclusive sneak peek, the gang is recovering the day after that massive brawl with Florida locals that was the climax of last week's episode and Kirk apologizes for "acting like an asshole." He knows he started the fight at Donovans, but felt Jeremiah abandoned him after the first punch was thrown.

"Jeremiah's my dog, love him to death, but I feel like he would not take a bullet for me and that's just who he is and I know that as a person," Kirk says in the video. "I'll just keep that in the back of my head."

"I wish they would understand where I'm coming from, that no matter what, you have your family and friends' back," Kirk adds. "I'll take a bullet for you if it really does come to that."

Kirk touched on the topic in an interview with TooFab ahead of the episode, as well, and even months after the show wrapped, still thinks Jeremiah should have put his own body on the line for him.

"I mean, he's like Superman, he should have my back," Kirk told TooFab. "[He's] the biggest guying the house and if there's a fight going on, I expect [him] to throw a couple of people."

"He's not used to seeing stuff like that... but I mean, you have all those muscles so you should put them to use," he added.

Moving forward, Medas will always consider Buoni as one of his boys, but this incident was a good reminder to choose his bar fights wisely when Buoni is around.

Check back on TooFab after the episode airs tonight for our full interview with Kirk.

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