90 Day Fiance: Happily Ever After? continues ... and we'll start off with that fight.
Larissa Lima confronted Coltee about living with Debbie, something that she says he had promised was only temporary. She doesn't mince words, either.
Nicole's family pleads with her to see Azan the way that they do, but she walks out of the room, refusing to listen.
Russ and Pao are dealing with pregnancy drama while Jay and Ashley shared very different versions of Jay's Tinder scandal.
Chantel's meeting with Pedro's mom goes about as well as Andrei's meeting with Elizabeth's mom.
But Andrei does something that chills Elizabeth to her core, and viewers were scared, too.
Colt and Larissa
It looks like all of that TV therapy didn't pay off, because this troubled couple went right back to fighting. After Larissa clashed with her sister-wife ... we mean, mother-in-law ... Debbie, Colt just stood on the sidelines and equivocated. Not helpful.
Larissa wants Colt to step up
She feels that he should act as mediator when she and Debbie argue. Unfortunately, this leads Larissa to say some very unkind things.
90 Day Fiance 9 June 2019 - Larissa says Colt is a p--sy
"You are a p--sy … I will make the shirt, ‘My husband is a p--sy,’” Larissa taunts Colt. “I’m not happy to live with Debbie because I can’t be Colt’s wife." Meaning that Debbie acts as an emotional surrogate in so many ways, as many fans have observed.
Colt puts on his "I'm so reasonable" face
Colt tells Larissa that she should treat him with respect. Keep in mind that this was filmed before Colt's massive cheating scandal in December, so he still had a leg to stand on in that regard.
Larissa was not happy
The way that she spoke to Colt was not okay, but her frustrations are understandable. At the same time, the dysfunctional relationship between Colt and Debbie means that neither of them are sure of what life would be like if they lived without each other.
Nicole and Azan
Nicole's meetup, which should have been a sexy vacation, fell through under mysterious, Azan-related circumstances. So ... what now?