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90 Day Fiance Happily Ever After Season 4 After the Dust Settles Review

Updated on April 29, 2019
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Here We Go Again!

The new season of 90 Day Fiance is here and I would love to say I was looking forward to it, but I really forgot all about it in the excitement of the third episode of Game of Thrones. Now that I have watched GoT (no spoilers) I am ready to review this new season and tell you if I think it is worth a watch or not.

Nicole and Azan

First of all, I have to say that I am so glad to see May. She is adorable and her fans will not be disappointed in how cute she is being in this episode. Other than that, Nicole's scenes are pretty grim. She has moved in with her brother and sister and it seems that no one in her family is supportive of her relationship with Azan. Her sister says that she hears Nicole crying at night. They flashback to Nicole crying over Azan and it is heartbreaking. Her sniff/crying is very hard for me to watch.

Probably the biggest revelation from this episode is when Nicole tells the producers that there is no store. They show scenes of her family questioning the shop and Azan explaining that they canceled the wedding so they could make some money with the business. Nicole does not give any further information so I am hoping we find out in the future what happened to the $6,000 she gave Azan.

Elizabeth and Andrei

Elizabeth and Andrei are expecting an unexpected baby. They weren't planning on having a baby right now because Andrei can't find a job and they are living off of Elizabeth's salary working for her dad. They have moved into one of her dad's properties and they are living rent free. This is causing some friction between the couple.

Andrei still doesn't like Elizabeth's family being so involved in their lives. He wants to create some boundaries before the baby is born. Elizabeth's sisters are having none of this and they say they want to help their baby sister with her first baby.

Russ and Paola

Russ and Paola are having a baby boy. Russ's mom wants to throw a baby shower in Oklahoma and Paola is nervous about going back there since she has so many bad memories of the place. They have a scene where they are having an ultrasound and a scene where Paola is talking to her friends about how much she doesn't want to go back to Oklahoma.

Side note: I'm glad Paola went back to her darker hair color. She looks great as always.

Ashley and Jay

Ashley and Jay are arguing in the car about Jay's Tinder account. Ashley ends up kicking Jay out of the car and it shows him walking down the street when I am sure the producers probably gave him a ride home. In the next scene Jay apologizes to Ashley and she says she is afraid of finding out new information about Jay's cheating. She says if he goes back to Jamaica he will probably never come back and it will be over between them.

Chantel and Pedro

Chantel and Pedro are looking for apartments in Savannah, Georgia. Pedro thinks they should move away from Family de Chantel. They argue about the past and Chantel says she doesn't know if she wants to have children with Pedro because of how he feels about her family. This hurts Pedro and things are never really right between the two of them.

The last scene shows them packing up to go back to Atlanta from Savannah. They had a huge fight the night before. Pedro is hurt and starts crying because he thinks Chantel thinks he is trash. If looks alone could keep a couple together, this two would make it because they are both stunning. Unfortunately, they seem to be fighting a losing battle. Pedro put it best when he said, "We can move over here, we can move to Alaska, we can move to the most far possible and you bring the same problem to the table." It will be interesting to see what happens with this couple but it doesn't look good to me.

Colt and Larissa

Colty and Larissa no longer share a room and they fight a lot. Larissa got a cat named Calico and Calico does not get along with Colty's cats. Colty makes a joke about Calico being a lot like Larissa.

Colty and Larissa got into a huge fight before the wedding and Colty called the police. Larissa spent time in jail with some scary people. Colty says that he feel bad for calling the cops because Larissa could be deported because she is being accused of a violent crime. He says that since he called the police on Larissa it has changed their relationship.

When Larissa visits her lawyer she is surprised to hear that Colty told the cops she scratched him because he told her he never said anything to the police. Larissa tells her side of the story and says that she just pushed Colty and he called the cops to teach her a lesson. Her trial is in one week and things are getting tense.

During the next scene Larissa, Colty, and Debbie are having dinner. (Colty looks like he could share that steak with a family of 10, that thing was huge!) Larissa asks Colty where his ring is and in turn he asks her where hers is. She says she flushed it down the toilet when they were having an argument. This sends Ms. Debbie over the edge. Larissa and Debbie start to argue and Larissa says that she does all of the cooking and cleaning and all Debbie does is watch cartoons. I would love to know which cartoons Debbie watches all day, but I digress. Larissa tells Debbie she needs to get a boyfriend and she leaves the room.

Colty tries to talk to Larissa and she says that she doesn't want to live with her mother-in-law and no woman in America would want to either. She says that Colty never sticks up for her.

The last and best scene of the night is Larissa leaving the house and going to the car to be interviewed by production. She says that she wants to tell them something but Colty and Debbie will make her life a living Hell if they her what she has to say.


Conclusion

Debbie pretty much sums up a lot of these couples when she says, "I don't think either one of you need to be married to each other. I think your relationship stinks!" This episode was heavy on the flashbacks but that last scene does make me want to watch more. Some couples are snoozers and others are pretty interesting. I was able to buy the whole season on Amazon for $1.99, so I think it will be worth the price of admission. Let me know below, are you going to be watching?

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