Only Natalie could turn a birthday sushi dinner into a callout over nude photos. Finally, there are Kalani and Asuelu, who, frankly, deserve a permanent spot in the 90 Day universe even if they get divorced. I still don’t think Michael understands the life he has signed up for in America with Angela, but he does seem to be more clear on the fact that he will leave her if they don’t have a kid, even though whenever Angela confronts him about this directly, he says the opposite. I have long defended Kalani as a beautiful, smart angel who took on the choice to raise three children by marrying Asuelu. With Kalani’s sister moving in, there’s no way we’re going to see the “new Asuelu.” Thank goodness, I never get tired of the old Asuelu. There is no world where Angela would allow Michael to flirt with a doctor the way she did! He seems so childish. Tags: Honestly, the man deserves it for all he’s put up with. Maybe this will really be the end of their relationship and I’ll never have to write about them again, let’s hope. Terms & Privacy Notice
By submitting your email, you agree to our Terms and Privacy Notice and to receive email correspondence from us. Apologies for the double feature, but I simply needed more time to ruminate on the audacity of Angela and Andrei. Little Miss Libby has also gotten more comfortable defending Andrei, which makes the dynamic a little more interesting since we last saw them. Angela is hypocritical, controlling, and rude. Asuelu promises to change and then he doesn’t. Buying a house to save your marriage, however, is absolutely stupid. Then their families get involved and it gets even more messy. Long-distance fathers aren’t new to the 90 Day Fiancé universe, and most of them manage to send a pack of diapers or something. I cannot defend her anymore. Kalani’s sister is right and has been there for the worst moments in their relationship, so she knows what’s up. Except for Mike and Natalie, of course. 90 Day Fiancé: Happily Ever After? Jovi and Yara and Brandon and Julia successfully made the jump to this franchise too, which makes it pretty much the perfect mix of couples. After an entire season of Mike being indecisive on 90 Day Fiancé, I was happy to see him finally take a stand and pack his bags. Honestly, Andrei and Libby aren’t interesting enough to sustain their own plot. Canceling their flights is rough, but Tiffany is trying to make clear the consequences of not supporting their kids. Tiffany deserves better than a guy who reminisces about how the best part of their first date was when he finally got to fart. Angela is the franchise’s biggest personality, which is fair — she’s entertaining, and it’s fun to watch her yell at other couples on Bares All and in the Tell Alls — but when it comes to her actual relationship with Michael, it’s always been hard to watch. Watching Andrei fail in the housing business is going to be a lot of fun, though. Andrei certainly seems to think he deserves some entitlements for all he’s put up with too. They still hate each other and don’t communicate. VULTURE NEWSLETTER
Keep up with all the drama of your favorite shows! It’s so fun to dive into the familiar muck of Angela and Michael or Libby and Andrei while getting updates on couples we haven’t seen in a while, like Tiffany and Ronald or Asuelu and Kalani. If you were already sick of them on 90 Day Fiancé, they don’t offer much more in Happily Ever After. The only thing to watch for now is which innocuous comment or moment Natalie will use to bring up some issue she has with Mike. Tiffany is already meeting with divorce attorneys, and I hope she finds a good one because she is absolutely right to leave that man. I absolutely love Libby, her messy family, and Andrei’s gumption, so they gave me everything I wanted in these first two episodes. Of course, she knew he had gambling issues, but the fact that he hasn’t sent any money to support his daughter is insane. is my personal favorite spinoff because it’s the messiest show of the franchise and we don’t have to waste time getting to know new couples. ’Be Careful What You Wish For’ & ‘Indecent Proposal’
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Terms of Service apply. To be clear: $100,000 worth. Happily Ever After? Sometimes, it really does seem like Michael loves her, but if that man is divorced and living in America with a green card three years from now, it’ll be the best long con in TV history. We’ve all been waiting years for Michael to finally make it to the U.S., and it seems like it’s finally happening. Asuelu and Kalani and Tiffany and Ronald are the couples closest to their breaking point. Hell, if Michael even said he wanted to lose weight or work on his body, Angela would probably accuse him of doing it for other women. But Ronald just buys a stuffed animal for the cameras. That’s terrifying. Their whole thing is pretty obvious: He’s lazy and domineering, and she loves him because he radiates big-dick energy despite being lazy and domineering.