As 90 Day Fiancé: Happily Ever After fans know, Elizabeth Potthast, her husband Andrei Castravet, and her family are all in Moldova to celebrate Elizabeth and Andrei’s second wedding, and the clan is determined to ruin the happy occasion.
In a preview of Sunday’s episode, Elizabeth Potthast’s family critizes Moldovan food.
“I haven’t eaten in like a day and a half,” Elizabeth’s sister Jenn confesses to the camera. “The food so far is just not what I’m used to. Can a girl get some eggs and bacon around here, and not like, raw bacon?”
In another scene, Jenn sits at a table full of grapes, bread and other assorted foods most people would be happy to eat.
“I feel like I’m gonna lose weight while I’m here, because this food? Like I can’t eat any of it,” she says, looking at the grapes.
Elizabeth’s dad, Chuck Potthast, cosigns Jenn.
“You know, like, when you go to a dinner and you have to say, ‘What’s that? What’s that? What’s that? What’s that?'” he says. “That’s not good.”
Jenn and Elizabeth’s brother, Charlie, sit around and ponder how Andrei can eat the food in his home country.
“Andrei was over here eating that bread with the pork fat on it like it was nothing,” he said. “Disgusting, dude!”
Jenn then wonders if Moldovans eat pork fat because it’s cheap and “it’s almost like the scraps.”
Charlie chimes in, “You’re in a poor country, dude.” And Chuck adds, “They’re eating peasant food.”
“I’m sorry, like I’m open to trying stuff, but not some s–t like that,” she says.
Press play below to watch a snippet of the unpleasant drama unfold.
90 Day Fiancé: Happily Ever After airs Sundays at 8pm ET, and The Other Way airs Mondays at 9 p.m. on TLC.