90 Day Fiance: Happily Ever After — Chantel’s Family Is Pissed About Pedro’s Entitled Sister!
Our 90 Day Fiance: Happily Ever After couples faced new challenges as the series rolled on, Sunday night. How did they make out?
David and Annie
Sunday’s 90 Day Fiance: Happily Ever After episode begins in an Asian food market, where David and Annie are investing in some kiss-up groceries. Annie is cooking dinner for David’s visiting sister, Nancy, but doesn’t know that her broke hubby plans to hit her up for a loan. Annie thinks that America stinks, because her husband is lame, and the cuisine isn’t much better. Nancy is a faithful Go-Bro cheerleader, so David has high hopes that she’ll cave, and cough up the cash. The couple arrives at Nancy’s rental, as the newcomer shares her thoughts about David’s escape to Thailand. The trio sits down to Annie’s dinner, and Nancy soon learns that her brother’s overseas detour didn’t change his deadbeat patterns. Annie pushes David to go flip burgers already, and Nancy agrees. Nancy reveals that David had been selling her a bill of goods about his life, and takes him to task for taking on a wife with no money. David finally asks his sister to contribute to his rather pathetic cause, and Nancy shoots him down, refusing to be an enabler.
David reluctantly accepts his sister’s verdict, while staring ahead like a bewildered sloth. The group later meets up with Ashley, who’s thrilled to see her aunt. We learn that Nancy helped raise David’s kids, the group next discussing the no-shot-in-hell chance of the couple having children. Nancy is bugged that her snipped brother is considering procreating with no rent money. Annie gets defensive at the reality check, and flounces away from the table in a huff.
Ashley bites the script bullet, chasing Annie down to explain their position. Annie appreciates the effort, but still doesn’t trust the part-time bitch. Nancy later heads home, delivering a parting lecture, appropriately horrified by her brother’s predicament. David is hopeful that things can’t get much worse, but ol’ Nance isn’t so sure. Ashley and Annie later share a meal, where Ashley repeats the rumor that Annie was a bar whore, when her dad picked her up in Thailand. Annie responds by protesting WAY too much, finally admitting that she and David visited fetish bars for fun. On a side note, Annie unleashes her red, white and gross gutter-mouth this episode, really selling her ricocheting commentary.
Nicole and Azan
Nicole and Azan are working through their issues in the Blue City — a romantic hotspot in Morocco. Nicole knows that Azan’s sexy voice cheated, but wants to go through with the wedding anyway. Nicole demands answers about the visa rejection, so Azan reveals that a trip to see a Belarusian honey might have mucked up his chance for a free pass to America. The wedding is a month away, and Robalee will soon be there, to inject a frustrated voice of reason into the mix. Nicole and Azan later travel to Azan’s family, who are chomping at the bit to marry off their boy.
Nicole is worried about money, so she hopes that her groom will soon get off his cute tookis, and go to work. Azan’s mother and sister greet Nicole and May warmly, and proclaim that their whole clan is panting to get the wedding party started. Nicole hopes that her own mother will be on board, and proclaims that she can’t wait to get the wedding night started. Azan is nervous to meet Robalee, and is preparing for a stressful interrogation. The couple picks up Granny at the airport, and Azan is terrified, despite Nicole’s tongue-in-cheek coaching. Robalee is ready to rake Azan over the coals, but is first delighted to reunite with May. The group swaps small talk, and Robalee soon points out that no one has a job. Azan promises to get random “freelance” work, and Nicole adds that they will stay put in Morocco if the visa falls through. Robalee wonders how they will care for May, with no income. She plans to corner Azan alone, the first chance she gets.
Molly and Luis
Molly is happily cleaning house, thrilled to be scrubbing away the Luis-cooties. Molly wants to move forward alone, and hopes that Olivia will come home, when she hears that the icky interloper is gone. Molly correctly surmises that Olivia blames her for inviting a menace into their home, but phones her daughter anyway, to encourage her to come back to mama. Olivia seems open to talking, and things are looking up. Molly later meets with an immigration lawyer, who informs her that she’s on the hook for any governmental expenses her bartender beau racks up. Molly denies seeing any red flags, writing up the marriage bust to vacation lust. The attorney explains that Luis could still score a Green Card, and advises her client to spill the tea during his Green Card interview. Molly wants Luis out of her wallet — and out of the country. The case is pending — and the interview could be up to a year away.
Chantel and Pedro
Pedro kicks off their segment with a lunch with his visiting sister, Nicole. Pedro apologizes for Chantel’s loco furniture issues, but Nicole only laughs, amused that Chantel snatched her TLC bait. Chantel’s hysteria won’t stop Nicole from stirring up a storm, even from the sofa. Pedro spills about a P.I. being on their tails, and the siblings swap a few overacted giggles about the silly, suspicious Americans. Chantel finally weighs in, describing the pain that comes with being ditched for a common bitchass-slutass-whore. Chantel later pulls Pedro aside to talk, committing to keeping things positive, which Pedro takes as a negative sign. Pedro is peeved, and Chantel feels alone in her own home.
Chantel eventually takes refuge with her sympathetic family, catching the home crew up on the couch chaos. Her family is horrified by the Dominican entitlement, and floats a theory that Pedro and Nicole might be in-cahoots lovers. We learn that Nicole loudly applauds Chantel’s apartment exits, and that Pedro is likely doing his own air claps.
Chantel’s mama wants to go thug, and smack Pedro and his smirking sis out of Georgia. They all agree that Chantel is being mistreated, but Chantel continues to defend her marriage. A shady family dinner is scheduled — and the 90 Day Fiance: Happily Ever After plot thickens.
Russ and Paola
Paola and Russ are packing up to leave Colombia, to head home. TLC rewinds the manufactured drama — offering a few clips of horrific acting, to prove the trip “intense.” The couple bids the family farewell, and Pao’s parents are sad to see their daughter go. The family has come to the consensus that Russ is not to blame for the Paola’s insensitivity, but don’t seem hopeful that anything will change. Paola admits that she’s been a family defector, and hopes to come back soon. She adds that she and Russ have lots of issues — that confession whipped out of the clear blue. Back in Miami, Paola sits with a Colombian pal, and shares about her family visit. The duo discusses Pao’s miscarriage, and Pao shades Russ for not being sensitive to the loss. Paola later meets with a doctor, who assures her that her miscarriage just happened, and that her hyped blood type issue can be easily managed.
Jorge and Anfisa
Jorge’s solo therapy session begins the couple’s story, and his disturbing lying pattern is revisited. Jorge loves Anfisa’s honesty, evidently unfamiliar with such a strange quality. A producer asks Jorge to name problems solved by money — and he answers “everything.” Jorge is convinced that more cash is the answer, despite the therapist’s nudge to look deeper than a flailing bank account. Jorge reports back to Anfisa about the cringeworthy session, and Anfisa is at her wit’s end over her husband’s buffoonery. Anfisa later explains that a 90 Day Fiance: Happily Ever After social media stranger is claiming to be the mother of Jorge’s child. This woman is a repeat accuser, but Jorge has already denied her baby daddy allegation. Everyone knows that Jorge is a liar, so Anfisa wonders if the woman is telling the truth.
Next week on 90 Day Fiance: Happily Ever After, the big smackdown between Pedro and River GOES DOWN! Don’t miss the fireworks!
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