Are you a fan of 90 Day Fiancé: Before the 90 Days on TLC? So are we! We're unpacking everything that happens on Season 3 as seven Americans head overseas to meet their online love interests. Which couples will make it and who will wind up brokenhearted? Let's discuss everyone's favorite guilty pleasure show.
S4E24 - And That's A Wrap
S4E23 - Parental Controls
S4E22 - Visas and Vows
S4E21 - Turn Up in Jordan
S4E20 - Baby in a Box
S4E19 - A Baby is Born
90 Day Fiance: The Other Way Season 2 Episode 16 - Deaven and Jihoon move into their permanent apartment in Korea with a new puppy and a wedding celebration on the horizon, meanwhile Kenny and Armando say goodbye to Armando's family after announcing their engagement. Melyza tells Tim that she dated someone else before he arrived in Columbia, Brittany is still in Chicago while Yazan's life falls apart in Jordan and Ariella has her baby! Also, Darcey is ENGAGED!
Say it ain’t so!
One of my fav review podcasts. I love the hosts and their back and forth and their recaps are the best. So bummed they are pausing it. Hope they come back!
There is some gabbing but that’s just the introduction leading into the show. The timing is right, it’s never too much or long. Guys, you do so great popping some personal info about yourselves, it makes you more relatable. Thanks for a great podcast. :)
J- Las Vegas
If you host a recap podcast...
Because I don’t believe there is is an alternative way to give feedback or to reach the hosts of this podcast, I provided an honest, but what I believed to be a respectful review on here a few weeks back. As they’ve asked repeatedly on air, “If you’re going to give us a bad review, don’t just give us 1 or 2 stars, but please explain why.” That’s what I did.
Instead of simply accepting my feedback as professionals, they mentioned me by name multiple times in multiple episodes. (I had unsubscribed but a fellow listener/friend alerted me and told me to tune in to hear their responses). Meghan and Jay even went as far as to imply that I went on to write a second review under a different name because the subsequent review apparently echoed some of the same points I had made in my actual review. Seriously? Most podcasters would have taken a moment to wonder if maybe the common feedback wasn’t from the same source, but instead perhaps it’s valid criticism from multiple reviewers? (I wasn’t out to get them and certainly did not go to the effort of writing two negative reviews under different names).
I don't care that they clearly didn’t like my feedback, but I hope others who choose to continue listening realize they really don’t want your feedback unless it’s good. If it’s at all negative, even when valid and thoughtfully written, they’ll rag on you on air for it knowing you have no way to respond. I would’ve submitted what I thought to be constructive criticism privately had I known of any other forum where it was possible to do so. Although I didn’t plan to continue listening weekly, I still respected each of them. That respect ended when their repeated on-air responses to my review felt like shaming. Think twice before leaving a review for this podcast unless it’s a positive one.
My INITIAL review is below:
I just can’t listen anymore. As much as I want to like Megan and Jay’s recaps, they often seem very uninformed about that which they are recapping. If they are going to host a recap podcast, it’s crucial that they watch intently and recap accurately. As a viewer of the various 90 Day offerings, it’s downright frustrating to hear recaps that don’t have the facts straight. There have been many instances of this over the many months I’ve tuned into this podcast and I wanted to overlook it, but this past episode Megan again had the timeline and facts all wrong when she said that Sumit was married whey Jenny stayed in his family’s home for 4 months and she proceeded to comment on that scenario. She’s clearly not that focused on or invested in the shows she is recapping. To many of us, accurate details matter and this has been an issue with this podcast since I first started listening.