Last night’s episode of 90 Day Fiance left me wondering why any of these couples are together. Every season we route for at least one couple. At this point, I am finding it hard to see any real contenders for a long-lasting relationship. I hate to say it, but every 90 Day Fiance couple seems doomed for different reasons.
Tania Maduro and Syngin Colchester struggle with communication while apart. Juliana Custodio wants independence in her relationship with Michael Jessen. Religious beliefs divide Mike and Natalie. Mursel Mistanoglu makes an important decision about Anna Campisi and his family. Robert questions his relationship after a wild night. Let’s get straight into the 90 Day Fiance recap!
This season’s 90 Day Fiance crew is an interesting cast of characters, as usual. Where else can you see battling bee keepers in love, romancing and fighting through language apps like Mursel Mistanoglu and Anna Campisi? Or witness the tense dynamics between Anny and Robert, who decides to show his lady love a beautiful new apartment–that they can’t even move into. No rhyme or reason is what makes the show reality gold.
Michael Jessen and Juliana Custodio have been one of the more interesting couples on the show. Michael’s smart and funny children Max and Cece are the breakout stars of the season. Forget the couples! Michael and Juliana’s age, cultural and income differences are constantly in play. On the most recent episode, the couple saw a lawyer about a prenuptial agreement, but nothing was resolved. Now, Michael is speaking out about how he and his family are being portrayed on 90 Day Fiance–and he is not holding back.
One nice thing about the 90 Day Fiance franchise is that you can expect fresh programming for most of the year. TLC has consistently added new spin-offs that quench viewers’ thirst for more of the crazy antics of cast members. And how lucky we all are to benefit from it!
Among the popular spin-offs of the show has been 90 Day Fiance: Before the 90 Days. Last season’s show was drama packed, with Angela Deem and Michael Ilesanmi’s endless back-and-forth relationship, Caesar’s ill-fated solo trip to Mexico and 90 Day veteran Darcey Silva optimistically looking for love–again. TLC recently announced a new season of the show, which will hold a few surprises for viewers.
Last night’s episode of 90 Day Fiance was entertaining, to say the least. We learned many of these individuals are even more desperate than we originally thought. The truly entertaining part is that they are finally realizing it. I love it when reality sets in! Can these 90 Day Fiance couples make things work or will they decide they are better off alone?
Michael Jessen and Juliana Custodio continue to discuss the prenup. Angela Deem goes wedding dress shopping. Emily and Sasha arrive in the United States. Robert and Anny go apartment hunting. Anna Campisi gives Mursel Mistanoglul an ultimatum. Natalie panics about her differences with Mike. Let’s get straight into the 90 Day Fiance recap!
Last night’s episode of 90 Day Fiance definitely helped us fill in some gaps about some of these relationships! We learned some key details that only led me to believe that most of these 90 Day Fiance couples are doomed. I know most of these people don’t want to be alone, but geez, there has to be a better way.
Syngin Colchester prepares for a month without Tania Maduro. Anna Campisi worries about her children’s relationship with Mursel Mistanoglu. Blake and Jasmin‘s living situation changes unexpectedly. Michael and Juliana discuss their financial future. Angela Deem and Michael Ilesanmi are back. Let’s get straight into the recap!
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It can be difficult to find anything likeable about some of the cast members on 90 Day Fiance. However, I always try to pinpoint something positive in each of them. Colt Johnson could counsel you on issues you might have with your mother, as he is closely–maybe a little too closely–bonded with his own mother, Debbie Johnson. Laura Jallali is a bit thirsty and foolish, but she would be a fantastic resource for sex toy questions. Darcey Silva is needy, whiny and neurotic, but she probably would be great fun to shop for engagement rings with.
Sometimes 90 Day Fiance cast members stretch the likability limits to the max. Case in point–Tania Maduro. Things started off OK–Tania seemed like an energetic, idealistic character who lived life to the fullest. In the ensuing weeks, we found out she is…well, full of something. Unrealistic, self-absorbed and pushy are a few words that come to mind for her. In this week’s episode, Tania revealed that she was leaving her South African fiancé Syngin Colchester to go study herbs in Costa Rica. For a month. Not surprisingly with Tania, there is a little more to this story than is apparent at first glance.
TLC’s 90 Day Fiance is the gift that keeps on giving. Since the show premiered in 2014, viewers have been treated to unparalleled drama from cast members. When the show began, the couples seemed more genuine and a little more, shall we say, normal. Somewhere along the way, the show turned into a trash-fest of dysfunction, poor life-choices, naivete and shake your head stupidity. There are still some normal couples who pop up on the show. But, now it is often all about the crazy.
After watching Darcey Silva begging for an engagement ring, Angela Deem stomping around like Godzilla and Paul Staehle running into the woods when stressed out, you might wonder if we have seen it all. Surprisingly, one thing we haven’t seen on the show is a same-sex couple. How has this not happened yet? Recently, a TLC executive explained the lack of same-sex couples on 90 Day Fiance and what TLC is doing to change this.