Last night’s episode of 90 Day Fiance Before The 90 Daysis the conclusion of the two-part finale special. Although it’s not as action packed as Part 1, there are still many surprising updates that are uncovered. Host Shaun Robinson dives back in to discuss more of the biggest moments with the couples and updates on where their relationships stand now.
David sheds more light on his relationship with Lana. Usman Umar and Lisa Hamme talk about their plans for the future. Tom Brooks reveals his intentions with Avery Warner. Let’s get straight into the 90 Day Fiance Before the 90 Days recap!
Whew, last night’s quarantine edition of the 90 Day Fiance Before The 90 Daystell all was everything I needed and more. I have been waiting patiently for an update and some background details. The entire cast video chatted from their homes, with the exception of Geoffrey Paschel and Varya Malina, who were not in attendance. Nonetheless, there were plenty of surprises to make up for their absence. Geoffrey wasn’t invited to the reunion, due to allegations of physical abuse by an ex-girlfriend. Too bad, I was hoping to see him get flame broiled harder than a burger king whopper.
This first installment of the reunion was filled with drama with a capital D! I wasn’t sure how this virtual tell all would pan out, but it definitely seemed to fuel the flames. People were more comfortable in their homes to scream and point figures. Also, certain guests had no one to limit their alcohol intake. This was a modern day three ring circus, and I LOVED IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Let’s get straight into the recap!
Last night’s episode of 90 Day Fiance Before The 90 Days was interesting. The desperation is real! You have to have just the right amount of delusion optimism to deal with some of these circumstances. I can’t understand how some of these people haven’t just walked away from these relationships. A green card or not being alone can’t be worth dealing with some of these clingy and overbearing people.
Last night’s episode of 90 Day Fiance Before The 90 Days was full of disappointment and goodbyes for many. I’m still confused why these people are clinging to these relationships so desperately. There is clearly a multitude of issues that are just being ignored. Others have decided to run while they had the chance. Either way I am still thoroughly entertained!
Last night’s episode of 90 Day Fiance Before The 90 Days was full of tears, surprise visits and some shocking twists and turns. Who would have ever guessed how some of these relationships would progress or fall apart so quickly? I must admit, I have been shocked on more than one occasion this season.
90 Day Fiancefans have not seem much of Avery Warner and Ash Naek as parents. Of course, that aspect of their lives is not the focus of the show and, in the case of this couple, Avery traveled halfway around the world solo to see if a relationship with Ash was viable. Then there are the exes. These folks tend to come out of the woodwork once their former lovers are reality TV personalities and contradict the image presented by production and editing.
Avery is a mother to two daughters, but only her youngest, Sylver, was seen in the first episode. Avery shares custody of a ten year old daughter with her ex-husband. He, presumably, did not consent to her being filmed. He also, presumably, objects to the way Avery is portrayed on the show. The ex-husband created social media buzz by sharing a list called “10 Truths About Avery Warner.” It details Avery’s alleged lack of involvement in her elder daughter’s life.
Last night’s episode of 90 Day Fiance Before The 90 Days was action packed with DRAMA. This episode had more break ups, than I could count. I don’t know how many times people can end things in such a short period of time, before someone decide it’s for the best. For one couple, desperation and delusion may have actually paid off. Grab your petty juice and let’s talk about all of the messy details!
Last night’s episode of 90 Day Fiance Before The 90 Days was interesting. The desperation is real! You have to have just the right amount of delusion optimism to deal with some of these circumstances. I can’t understand how some of these people haven’t just walked away from these relationships. A green card can’t be worth dealing with some of these clingy and overbearing people.