[Warning: The below contains MAJOR spoilers for 90 Day Fiancé: Happily Ever After? Season 6, Episode 13 “Let’s Talk About Sex…”]
Is it possible that Angela and Michael are the least dramatic couple in the July 25 episode of 90 Day Fiancé: Happily Ever After?!? We’re shocked, too.
To be fair, there isn’t really any drama between Elizabeth and Andrei at the moment. Her family, on the other hand, is an entirely different story. But it may be a tie between them and Mike and Natalie’s blow-up as they finally talk about what happened when they visited his mom. And it’s the calm before the storm for Kalani and Asuelu with their families about to spend Christmas together (and his sister’s threat hanging over everyone like really depressing mistletoe). Plus, there’s some humor to be found in how much Brandon’s parents are going to miss him — and how little they and Julia care about ever seeing each other again.
Read on for a breakdown of the couples’ drama.
Angela and Michael
Michael’s friends may feel the same way he does about Angela’s new body following her weight loss and breast reduction surgeries — as they remind him, he’s a “boobs man” — but they also suggest that now she may be able to carry a baby. And since neither is getting any younger, why doesn’t Michael just go to a fertility doctor and ship his sperm over to the U.S. so she can get pregnant before his visa is approved and he joins her? (He won’t be totally happy unless he’s a father to a child of his own.) Therein lies a problem: Michael doesn’t masturbate because it’s against his religion.
That at least gives Angela something to laugh about, considering she wants to know, “Are you out of your mind?” when he tells her his idea. (Plus, she tells him, her daughter is not giving them an egg.) She’s planning to enjoy her new body, not have a baby, and they don’t even know when he’ll be able to come to the U.S. Still, she wants him to be happy, so she agrees to a consultation with a fertility doctor.
Elizabeth and Andrei
Following the (mostly disastrous) family reunion road trip, Elizabeth, Andrei and her father Chuck’s relationship is stronger, but her relationship with her sisters is messy. And it’s about to get much worse when the couple and Chuck go in on a new property together. Chuck bought it, Andrei’s going to fix it up, and Elizabeth’s the designer. (Andrei says it’s because she’s a woman, and of course, she reacts to that.)
The house has potential, they all agree, but the rest of the family won’t like it when they learn Andrei’s getting the listing. As Chuck sees it, he’s helped the rest of his kids out in similar ways. If this works out the way they hope, the others won’t be able to argue with success. However, Elizabeth knows that if it doesn’t, things won’t ever be the same again in her family.
All that’s left is to actually tell Jenn and Becky about the deal … and Elizabeth decides to do so as they pick out a bounce house for her daughter’s birthday party. Not only do they feel like Chuck’s handing Andrei stuff, but they also worry they’re losing out on money as a result of not holding their usual roles in flipping a property. But this won’t ruin the party … right? Wrong. The yelling starts when Andrei starts cutting a cake too early (before singing “Happy birthday”) and in pieces that are too big for kids, then the deal comes up, and after Jenn throws cake at Andrei, the party ends.
Yara and Jovi
Jovi gets the trip he’d wanted when Yara agrees to go to Miami, as long as his mom Gwen comes along to watch their daughter Mylah. He’s just hoping to reconnect and see more of the party girl Yara was when they were dating, but she remains focused on their baby (and falls asleep in the Uber on their way to date night). They don’t have to check on her, Jovi insists, since his mom’s watching her.
Yara’s a good mom, he continues, but she needs to relax. He also thinks that she’s been using their daughter as an excuse to not spend time together or work on their relationship since he came home. He feels like she’s not giving him enough attention, while she argues he needs to put more energy into being a father and husband. Maybe the problem is she was ready to get married and have a baby and he wasn’t, she suggests. But they just can’t get on the same page when it comes to spending time together as a couple and being parents.
Julia and Brandon
Julia and Brandon are leaving his parents’ farm behind for their own place in Richmond, and she couldn’t be happier. He, on the other hand, is sad, though not nearly as emotional as his parents. Maybe one day they can move back, Betty and Ron suggest, and the farm can be theirs to pass down to their kids. But Julia’s ready to never return to the farm (and suggests selling it), even as Brandon offers to help out on weekends or come over for dinner on Sundays. (His parents are fine with just him visiting.)
After helping the couple move in, Brandon’s parents witness the first argument, over where to place a table. (Just let her decide, Ron advises.) But they’re not exactly giving up on this marriage not working out. Sure, Brandon chose Julia over them, but “we’ll see what happens down the road,” Betty says.
Natalie and Mike
On the one hand, Natalie is talking to her friend Juliana about Mike. She feels he tries to manipulate her, and Juliana sides with her when it comes to his mom: he needs to defend his wife.
On the other hand, when Natalie and Mike sort of try to talk about all their recent problems (especially what happened when they visited his mom), it’s a disaster. His mom didn’t call her a hooker, he insists, and makes Natalie call Trish to ask. Trish goes on about how Natalie doesn’t treat her son well, and Natalie doesn’t bring up the comment until Mike prompts her. Trish insists she never came close to calling her a hooker or anything else, but she also accuses her daughter-in-law of not loving Mike “because of the way you behave and the way you act.”
The conversation then turns to Christmas, and Mike talks about Natalie giving all the gifts he gave her to Juliana and her family. (Ouch.) That’s not how a wife acts in any country, he argues. “Get with the program or get out.” And Mike’s not done. He also reveals that she’s only been at home one night since Christmas; she’s been staying at Juliana’s — where she has a room — every other night, even when they don’t fight. He doesn’t think he’s important to her, while she insists she loves him but he’s neglecting her and hurts her. “I’m done. I’m totally out,” he says and walks out.
Kalani and Asuelu
The calm before the storm that will be Kalani and Asuelu’s families spending Christmas together continues … sort of. He picks up his mom, Lesina, and his sister, Tammy, and he’s just hoping everyone will be on their best behavior. After all, Tammy has yet to apologize for the threats she made at the Tell All. Focus on Christmas, Lesina advises, and make sure his wife is nice. As for Tammy, she refuses to just sit back if she feels anyone’s coming after her. Uh-oh… So which family gathering will end up being more of a disaster: the ones with Elizabeth’s family or this one?
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