We saw Larissa confess to being deathly afraid for her safety on last week's episode of 90 Day Fiance: Happily Ever After?
In a sneak peek of this weekend's episode, Larissa and Colt are having a serious talk -- or, at least, trying to be.
But after Colt dismisses Larissa's concerns and complaints, Larissa brings up divorce.
"I've made mistakes," Colt Johnson acknowledges at the beginning of this sneak peek clip.
After a moment of consideration, Larissa replies.
"Okay," she says. "If you do any other bad thing to me.
Larissa issues a warning: "I will divorce."
Colt looks at her with what looks like astonishment.
We have to say that during this whole conversation, Colt displays much less body language and facial expressiveness.
This may be part of the reason that so many viewers remark that it's difficult to connect or relate to him.
He also has this very strange, mechanical way of drinking, moving his arm almost robotically.
None of us want our habits put under a microscope by being filmed for an audience of millions, but yeah, it's a little weird.
But don't let that distract you from the actual problems in this relationship, some of which are on display during this video.
"It's not my actions, solely, that brought us here today," Colt says, as if he's explaining himself to a board of directors.
Colt argues: "I wasn't the one that threw my ring down the toilet."
Larissa then asks Colt to think of the good things about her actions, rather than dwell on the negatives.
(As you'll see in the video, her actual words are a little jumbled, but English is not her first language and we understand her meaning)
She then points out that his expectations are unfair.
"You want the sexy woman [who wears] sexy lingerie," Larissa accuses. "Wear[s] perfume."
"But," she reminds him. "You knew that I can't afford [these] things."
"I can't work," Larissa notes, referring to the limits on both her K-1 visa and her spousal visa.
"You signed the paper," she says. "You are my sponsor."
Colt retorts: "I never signed a contract that said I have to buy you 200 dresses, $1,000 makeup."
"So," Larissa asks. "Who will?" She asks if she should try stripping in order to make money.
Larissa's actual point is very clearly that Colt demands a degree of performative sexiness from her, and married her for this reason.
But as the sole provider, he is unwilling to help his wife reach the sexiness potential that he demands.
It looks like he doesn't have realistic expectations or an understanding of what actual women put into looking good every day.
Colt just knows his mom ... oh, and the women who appear in the porn for which he pays a comically large amount of money.
Colt has clearly chosen to view Larissa's complaints as a childish demand for belongings.
To be fair, Larissa does come across as very demanding and materialistic.
But he offhandedly dismisses her actual complaints about not feeling affection and about him not providing things for her.
And she has pointed out, even in this video, that his weird demands are "ridiculous."
We know that they're going to couples counseling this season ... but we also know that, ultimately, it wasn't enough.