The latest season of 90 Day Fiance ended a few months ago and I will admit I have been missing the over the top drama delivered by the show’s cast. Just when you think that nothing can shock you, 90 Day always manages to surprise/amaze/offend/appall you. And leave you wondering, what are these people thinking? And that, in a nutshell, is why we watch reality television-because these folks often don’t think at all before acting!
Yes, it’s true: Angela and Debbie will be gracing our screens for one whole hour answering viewer questions and comparing notes about how it feels to be in a committed relationship with a younger man who thinks of you as his elder. No word on whether there will be air conditioning on set yet.
Last night, Shaun Robinson hosted the 90 Day version of a TLC reunion, known as The Couples Tell All, in which the American fiances come together (plus Jesse, who would attend the opening of an envelope if it meant more screen time) to talk to their Skyped-in lovahs. At each Tell All, we are promised updates on the couples’ plans since we’ve seen them last. But what we actually get at these twisted shindigs is OH SO much more.
Even though each and every cast member of 90 Day Fiance: Before The 90 Days could single-handedly bring enough dramatic trash TV to carry an entire season, tonight we’re in for a real treat. Because the CouplesTell All reunionis here!
TLC’s previews are keeping tonight’s drama on strict lockdown, but we do see glimpses of what may befall our American-foreign lovebirds. As for the 7th(ish) couple, Marta and Daya, their relationship was basically dead on arrival, so let’s just allow them to RIP.
It seems the United States is not lacking for lonely hearts willing to go all in for someone they’ve never met. One can deduce, therefore, that 90 Day Fiance will be airing indefinitely (awesome), and that someone other than Angela will be proposing marriage to Michael.
On Monday, a superfan of 90 Day Fiance: Before the 90 Days named Kimmy sent Michael a DM with the proposition, “Hello Michael, my name is Kim. I just want to tell you that you are such a good man. I am very attracted to you. If for some reason you might [sic] Angela do not get married, I would love to marry you and help you get your green card to come live with me in the US. Please send me a message back and let me know how things are going with you.” A following message included two selfies and the cringe-worthy proclamation, “Here are two pictures of me. I love you Michael just from seeing you on TV. I am so much in love with you. Please write me back so I know you got my message okay. God bless you.”