Who would have ever thought that Colt Johnson’s mom Debbie Johnson would dislike someone more than she hates Larissa Dos Santos Lima? But, here comes Jess Caroline with her red hair and blantant thirst for a visa and Debbie’s claws have really come out.
No one could blame Debbie for being uncomfortable sharing a hotel room with her son and his lover. Then again, most people have a tough time understanding the lack of boundaries in Colt and Debbie’s relationship. Regardless, it seems like no woman will ever be good enough for her precious Colt, whether she’s a citizen or not.
Last night’s episode of 90 Day Fiance The Other Way clearly had a reoccurring theme, family. Almost every single story line this episode involved a family member who was trying to guide the couple through some issue. When I say guide, I mean meddle, for most. But hey, what are your loved ones for if they can’t try to stop you from making major mistakes in life.
Tim gets the welcome from Melyza that he feared the most. Ariela Weinberg‘s mother goes on the offensive to protect her daughter. Brittany Banks and Yazan Abo Horira turn to an ally for help. Kenneth Niedermeier and Armando Rubio ‘s first trip into town together worries them both. Tired of Jihoon Lee‘s lies, Deavan Clegg presses for the truth. Let’s get straight to the 90 Day Fiance: The Other Way recap!
I have to be honest, it’s really hard to root for anyone on the current season of 90 Day Fiance: Happily Ever After. But I probably don’t have to tell you this.
One such couple that is hard to watch would be Elizabeth Potthast Castravet and Andrei Castravet. Let’s set aside Elizabeth’s constant demands to accommodate her family for their Moldovan wedding. It seems like her family won’t like anything, so what’s the point? Then there is the issue of Andrei not working. Does he actually even want a job at this point? My senses say no but I guess all that matters is what Elizabeth thinks. He is her husband and father of her child after all.
Last night’s episode of 90 Day Fiance: Happily Ever After was filled with angry family members on a mission. Who can blame the well-meaning loved one, when their sole mission is to protect you? I guess two American’s whose story was featured this episode. I have news for them, It may be too little too late. I have a feeling that some of these relationships are past the point of no return. At this point, it doesn’t matter what new information is discovered, these people aren’t going anywhere.
Drama erupts when Colt Johnson and Debbie Johnson meet Jess Caroline’s family. Angela Deem refuses to play the role of a traditional Nigerian woman. Larissa Dos Santos Lima feels betrayed by Eric Nichols. Elizabeth Potthast Castravet‘s family begins to question Andrei Castravet’s past. Asuelu Pulaa throws Kalani Faagata under the bus. Paul Staehle hopes to win over Karine Staehle. Let’s get straight into the recap!
Perhaps some of the most volatile scenes in 90 Day Fiance history have been between Colt Johnson’s mother, Debbie Johnson, and Colt’s ex-wife, Larissa Dos Santos Lima. They seemed to be fighting from the first day Larissa arrived and until the day she moved out. The two ladies of Colt’s life continually battled over the house, Colt, and a clash of personalities.
Colt has since moved on in this season of 90 Day Fiance; Happily Ever After with his new Brazilian love interest, Jess Caroline. With the amount of fighting and drama that went on between Debbie and Larissa on their season together, it may come as a shock to hear thagt she actually prefers Larissa to Colt’s new girlfriend, Jess- and she is not afraid to be honest about it.
Erika Owens and Stephanie Matto‘s relationship seemed so promising in the beginning. As the first same-sex couple on 90 Day Fiance Before the 90 Days they seemed genuinely infatuated with each other and looked so cute together to boot. Unfortunately, when Steph traveled to Australia to meet Erika in person, things quickly unraveled. Steph was extremely jealous but did not give Erika any affection at the same time. They quickly broke up, with Erika getting the better edit and Steph appearing to be uptight and controlling.
Erika has come off as authentic and comfortable with herself all along. In spite of her beer-bonging, friend-shagging ways, she is proud of being a free spirit and seems very upfront about who she is. Erika definitely stands out with her bright, colorful appearance, but also conveys a sense of calm maturity that contrasts with Steph‘s frenzied insecurity. It is not surprising to see that Erika has found a new partner, although her new love may surprise fans.
One of the most stand out couples this season on 90 Day Fiance: The Other Way are Princeton, NJ native Ariela Weinberg and her boyfriend Biniyam Shibre. At the beginning of the season, Ariela was 7 months pregnant with Biniyam’s baby. She was ready to give up modern conveniences to move to Ethiopia so they could raise their child together.
It seems as though the move to Ethiopia isn’t her first adventure, but rather another part of an already interesting story. We don’t know too much more about her pre-reality TV life, but viewers noticed some obvious scars from her past.
In a tale as old as time, a pair of moms are going head-to-head on social media once again! In one corner of the ring, we have Laura Jallali– a fifty-something divorcee and 90 Day Fiancé: The Other Way alum who left her child and Floridian life behind to move across the world on a quest for true love and some top-quality “jiggy jiggy.” In the other corner, we have Nicole Nafziger– a twenty-something young mother and 90 Day Fiance alum who left her child and Floridian life behind to travel across the world on a quest for true love and top-quality forbidden PDA. Wait, what?
You read that right. The ladies- who have eerily similar backstories- didn’t mince words on when addressing one another on Instagram recently. Nicole has never really been one to spend much of her valuable time addressing her plethora of haters, but Laura’s comment on her photo of May (and overall irony of the entire situation) certainly didn’t go unnoticed.