What is there to say about last night’s 90 Day Fiancé Happily Ever After, except thank you TLC, Sharp Entertainment, universe, and The Family Chantel. Two snaps in a circle to all you ALL. This episode was everything I didn’t know I needed in my life – and more.
When we first caught up with our couples at the beginning of the season, who knew we’d end up in fistfights over chicken wings and downgrades from firehouses? Or secret kids and canceled weddings? Okay, maybe we did see it coming. But still! It’s sort of amazing how much lower these people can go even when they’re already so obviously at rock bottom.
An all new 90 Day Fiancé Happily Ever After airs tonight, followed by 90 Day Live – a show where we dissect all of the drama of our favorite couples and their apocalyptic love stories. And it’s no surprise that TLC is asking the fans to weigh in this week because tonight’s episode is going to be LIT. Join Michelle Collins as she hosts 90 Day alums and superfans (including me!) to comment live on the madness.
Yes, the fight we’ve seen teased in previews for the past two months is finally upon us. It’s Pedro and his sister Nicole versus The Family Chantel. We thought it was already “a little bit more stupider?” NOPE. Because the absolute stupidest is just around the corner.
We may have thought this season of 90 Day Fiancé Happily Ever After has gotten as stupid as possible, but like The Family Chantel prophesied: It’s about to get a little bit more stupider. And last night, allllll of the crazies came out to play! It was a jam-packed episode with stink bombs exploding in every direction, so let’s get right to it.
Annie & David
David’s sister Nancy is in town so, naturally, it’s time to hit her up for money. At least that’s what the agenda is in David’s world. He’s also conscripted Annie into making dinner for Sister David, even though it means he has to cough up fifty bucks at the Asian food store for shrimp. Thank goodness he still has Chris’s credit card in that billfold because this fine establishment does NOT trade in water buffalo.
It’s a great week for America, and not just because Independence Day is coming up. Next week for the first time ever, TLC is allowing viewers to weigh in on the delicious drama that our beloved 90 Day Fiancé franchise has served up over the years. On July 8, a regular 90 Day Fiancé Happily Ever After episode will be followed by a one-hour LIVE broadcast hosted by superfan comedian Michelle Collins!
Joining Michelle will be 90 Day alums Danielle Mullins-Jbali (yep, she’s apparently hanging on to that Jbali for life) and Loren Brovarnik (of Loren and “sexy Alexi” fame). TLC has also invited Tanisha Thomas (Bad Girls Club, TV host), Jordan from the Nation of Recap and – ME! Yes, I will proudly be representing reality TV fans and my podcast (Pink Shade With Erin Martin) to offer commentary on all of our favorite train wrecks. Confession: When I heard the news, I might have peed a little bit. Let’s just say I am WAY more excited about this than Azan is about marrying Nicole. #FiftySIXPercent
Tale as old as time, song as old as rhyme. Both a little scared, neither one prepared…everyone on this freaking show. Okay, it’s not a fairytale, but it does involve some witches, evil spells and even a trip to the magical land of genies! Yes, this week’s 90 Day Fiance Happily Ever After continues its journey into the abyss as a sweaty, grumpy Nicole lands in Morocco with poor little May while Azan rallies as much enthusiasm as he can muster for the marriage he never wanted. Molly flees her own home to escape Luis, Anfisa tries to threaten the truth out of Jorge (um, hint: it ain’t working!), and Chantel decides she still hates Pedro’s sister as much as The Family Chantel hates driving anywhere in separate vehicles.
Annie sinks into a deeper depression about her life with David in the firehouse, and Paola drones on about thirty minutes too long about why she can’t choose between Juan and Russ. Oh, the humanity! Since we have another full two hours of trash to root through, let’s dive right into the pile and begin with Nicole and Azan, shall we? Because they really are at the tippety top of the stank heap.
90 Day Fiance Happily Ever After is back tonight with more lies, more betrayals, and “love story” that’s transported itself from a motel in Florida all the way over to Morocco. Yup, Nicole has landed. Azan’s family: Please prepare the boiled sheep head.
Previews reveal Anfisa grilling Jorge some more about his trip to the divorce lawyers, which he vehemently denied last week. Even though cameras filmed him there, his sister Lourdes was present, and producers straight up CALLED HIM OUT on the facts. When confronted with the truth, Jorge’s only defense is deny, deny, deny. Thus, the fact that he’s filming his every move on a reality show is not working out for him.
Last night we saw the dimmest minuscule smidgeon of a brain cell fire in Nicole’s head. Why? Because she finally got a half-clue about Azan not being the stand up guy she thought he was for the past 3 years. You know – the guy who’s all too happy to sit on his unemployed buttocks all day, renewing his gym membership and going out to midnight coffee bars on Nicole’s Starbucks paycheck? Well, maybe not just on Nicole’s paycheck…because it seems Azan has other fish on his hook. And they might not demand as many french fries or shoulder sniffs as Nicole?
At the beginning of the show, Nicole gets a call mid-interview that alerts her about voicemails leaked online that sound very much like Azan telling someone he wants to kiss them, that “the kiss was good” and “I know you want it.” <dry heave> It’s unmistakably him, except he sounds breathy and gross in some sort of attempt at sexytimes talk. Much like Annie’s “boom boom” sex speech, we can never un-hear this. KILL ME.
It’s time to party down with the star-crossed couples of 90 Day Fiancé Happily Ever After. Another week, another disaster awaits!
Last week left us with Nicole shopping for wedding gowns (that she expects her mother to buy) in anticipation of her Moroccan wedding to Azan. Only one hitch: Has Azan actually AGREED to this plan yet? Because correct me if I’m wrong, but our man never actually said, “Yes, please! Come on over here and let’s get married!” Did he? Are we missing something?