90 Day Fiance: Before the 90 Days Season 4, Episode 11: Top Moments

90 Day Fiance: Before the 90 Days. Image Courtesy TLC
90 Day Fiance: Before the 90 Days. Image Courtesy TLC /

Three relationships absolutely disintegrate on this explosive episode of 90 Day Fiance: Before the 90 Days. On the other hand, there is also a proposal!

Welcome back to the Ed and Rose show! Also known as 90 Day Fiance: Before the 90 Days, how many of these couples will survive the reality television social experiment? There are multiple bombshells this episode.

Here are the top moments for the hateful eight couples.

David & Catfish Lana

Before 90 Day Fiance: Before the 90 Days got through the first episode, I would have bet significant money that David has a cat. One would think his private investigator telling him “Lana” has several profiles and several guys on the hook would be the highlight, or maybe David’s denial about the entire thing, but it’s really all about his cat named Mothra. Rick is the most oblivious person on the planet.

Ed & Rose

So Rose bounced while Ed was asleep?! Daaaaang. Yet, he can’t figure out why she did it. Hmm, maybe it’s because he lied about his height, his ponytail, his almond-shaped body, his excessive sweating, his lack of neck, his lack of chin, his inability to fold towels…and his desire to get a vasectomy! C’mon dude, you know why she left. You’re not confused.

Geoffrey & Varya

Until the very end of the episode, their top moment is undoubtedly when they go to a banya, which is Russian sauna on steroids, and then go skinny-dipping. Can there be a TLC after-hours edition where we see everything? Sure, there is the talk about soulmates and Geoffrey’s past, but it’s all about that skinny-dipping. Geoffrey proposes, however, and that’s what the entire show is all about.

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Yolanda & Catfish Williams

Reverse image search number one proves “Williams” is a stock photo. Yolanda doesn’t believe it. Reverse image search number two reaffirms the fact. The highlight is Yolanda finally recognizing this fictitious boyfriend isn’t who she thought he was. She still wants to give him a chance to come clean, however, despite the sextortion.

Stephanie & Erika

The obvious highlight for this pair is Erika coming out to her parents. Being together is hinged on their ability to feel comfortable as who they are sexually. Erika’s parents are awesome, hilarious, and 100% accepting. They actually have a chance.

Avery & Ash

These two are done. D.O.N.E. Every time they have a discussion, she gets hyper aggressive, and he tries to defuse the situation. If he answers truthfully but different than her opinion, she gets angrier and says he’s being defensive. Ash has been cool nearly the entire time, caring, a good listener, respectful.

She’s a single-mother from the Seattle area with caked on makeup, a sleeve, and a belief she’s some kind of Martha Stewart with cannabis. Shocker; she has issues with traditional gender roles. Eye-roll.

Lisa & Usman

Cultural differences are too much for these two to succeed. He wants to lead the family, be the protector, be the alpha. She wants 50/50, and he wants 60/40. She thinks letting the man be the provider, and following traditional cultural roles, means she is subjugated. Maybe that’s why she’s single…among other things.

Then again, any man willing to make this song will probably bend to his partner’s will.

The best scene for them is when they go to the magistrate and he says they can’t marry without her divorce decree, which is not nearly surprising as realizing two different people wanted to marry baby girl Visa.

Darcey & Tom

She’s sending back a key to Tom, which hopefully symbolizes an end to their relationship and time on the show.

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90 Day Fiance: Before the 90 Days airs Sunday at 8pm ET/PT.