90 Day Fiance: Before the 90 Days Season 4 Tell All top moments

90 Day Fiance: Before the 90 Days. Image Courtesy TLC
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90 Day Fiance: Before the 90 Days
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There is little doubt whatsoever that Ed, while the star of the show, ended up as more of a villain than a hero. Does the entire cast dislike him?

Who knew everyone was going to turn on one person. Nearly the entire cast was fetid shortly after the first episode aired. People in glass houses, right?

So does Ed end up as a punching bag or someone for whom others have sympathy?

3. Ed’s stock plummeted.

Ed got dump trucked. Absolutely run over. Every single other person on 90 Day Fiance: Before the 90 Days was against him during the reunion.

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Look, Rose and Ed both lied. First and foremost, he lied about his height. He argued it was just three inches, and there is definitely a joke there, but I’m not touching it. There was also the lie by omission about not wanting children.

Make no mistake, however, Rose is not some innocent ingénue in all of this. Her crocodile tears don’t hide the fact, absolute FACT, she was looking for a meal ticket, a sugar daddy, and wanted out of her door-less house where showers include chickens and rats. She was visibly unattracted to him from the second she saw him and made a perpetual stank face when they were together.

Somehow none of the other people realized Rose was doing a good bit of acting, and she’s about as compelling as Kristen Stewart.

Nonetheless, it was fun to watch them dog-pile Ed. And the highlight was definitely when Baby Girl Visa said, “You’ve cut your own throat with American women.” Whether or not that was a pun about his lack of neck is unclear, but it was hilarious. If Ed wants a woman in the future, he’ll have to get a web address from David.