90 Day Fiance: Before the 90 Days Season 4, Episode 14: Top Moments

Erika and Stephanie meeting - 90 Day Fiance: Before the 90 Days. Image Courtesy TLC
Erika and Stephanie meeting - 90 Day Fiance: Before the 90 Days. Image Courtesy TLC /
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Day 89 of 90 Day Fiance: Before the 90 Days has a Cold War hostage crisis, a problem with a visa, and another issue with Baby Girl Visa.

A couple of the 90 Day Fiance: Before the 90 Days love-seeking travelers are returning home, leading to some reminiscing of the good days. A couple of others are hanging on by mere threads on Nigerian pajamas. Will this season have zero success?

Unfortunately, the top moments of this season are interrupted by a few extraneous characters **cough** Darcey **cough** who should have been removed from 90 Day Fiance: Before the 90 Days weeks ago.

Here are the top five moments from Season 4, Episode 14 of 90 Day Fiance: Before the 90 Days.

The cat-fight is obviously the number one moment of this entire 90 Day Fiance: Before the 90 Days episode. Varya shows up at Geoffrey’s door and she is in for just as big of a surprise as he encounters. He’s already knee deep in a relationship with his thirsty friend Mary, and it doesn’t go very well. Within seconds voices are raised.

Varya: What does she doing here?
Mary: You’re in the wrong here.
Varya: I don’t talk to you!

To make matters worse, Geoffrey takes Varya out to meet friends. They also know Mary. Oh, and Mary shows up during the middle of beers. Awkwaaaard.

Over in Russia, David and Lana go on their first and second date. The entire first date she acts like a hostage with a gun in her back. Held breath and everything. David has on another baby-puke-colored shirt and brings her a box of chocolates.

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Each movement of this causes her to choke individual breaths down, waiting for the psycho who chatted with her for seven years to break out a rag and chloroform with the conviction of someone willing to travel 20-ish hours to Russia after being stood up numerous previous times.

The date ends unceremoniously when he admits to the private investigator, and she has the nerve to question his motives. Then, everything gets better the second day, when they go bowling, have a romantic dinner, and use an app as a translator.

The return trips for Ed and Stephanie are supposed to be sad, but neither strikes a chord. The former basically lies to his sweet mother about the ordeal, and leaves out his numerous lies. The latter, however, cries at the airport because Erika doesn’t send her off with a hug, and because airport security apparently took away her bra.

Unbelievably, despite the all the struggles, the arguments, the Marge Simpson voice, the divorce paperwork, the numerous breakups, the familial resistance, the inner-circle criticism, U.S. Man still proposes to Baby Girl Visa. How can the love in this song be denied?

Last but not least, Avery and Ash have a conversation about what’s next. Ultimately, their plan for Ash to travel back and forth periodically until Taj gets older is massively flawed, even if they both pretend they like his job and her insecurities won’t ruin it before his Mauritian/Aussie passport is approved.

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