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90 Day Fiancé: The Other Way

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A collection of Americans make the ultimate sacrifice and move across the globe for the person they love.

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Series favorites David and Annie, Loren and Alexei, Molly and Cynthia, and Ed and Norma watch the latest episode.
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Kenny wants Armando to answer an important question; Tim braces for a sit-down with Melyza's father; Yazan gives Brittany an ultimatum; joy turns into chaos as Deavan and Jihoon move into their new apartment.
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Series favorites David and Annie, Molly and Cynthia, Loren and Alexei, and Tim and Veronica watch the latest episode.
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Tim gets the welcome from Melyza that he feared; Ari's mom goes on the offensive; Brittany and Yazan turn to an ally for help; Kenny and Armando's first trip into town together worries them both; tired of Jihoon's lies, Deavan presses for the truth.
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Bini's family grills Ari about her commitment to staying in Ethiopia; Deavan gives Jihoon a shocking ultimatum; Tim seeks forgiveness from Melyza's mom; running out of options, Sumit reaches out to his brother.
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Brittany feels alone after clashing with Yazan's parents; Kenny and Armando are finally reunited; Jenny meets Sumit's lawyer and learns the truth about his divorce; Tim moves to Colombia to win back Melyza; Jihoon turns to his mom for help.
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Bini's apartment options shock Ari and her mom; Armando prepares for Kenny's arrival; Jenny's patience is gone with Sumit's excuses on his divorce papers; Deavan is done with Jihoon's lies; Brittany's visit with Yazan's parents doesn't go as planned.
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Deavan is upset by Jihoon's lack of preparation; Tim packs up his house, hoping this move will save his relationship; Ari arrives in Ethiopia and is shocked over her new apartment; Jenny puts pressure on Sumit.
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Deavan and Jihoon's new apartment is not what they expected; Tim reveals the real reason he's moving to Colombia; Brittany has doubts about her decision.
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Ari leaves her life behind to be with Biniyam in Ethiopia, but her mom has standards; Jenny is shocked when she arrives at her new home in India; Chaos erupts when Brittany arrives in Jordan; Jihoon reveals he is keeping another secret from Deavan.
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Deavan has serious doubts before moving back to South Korea; Kenny has an emotional family dinner; Ari's family confronts her about Biniyam's motives; Jenny takes a leap of faith to be with Sumit; Brittany is Jordan-bound with a shocking secret.
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Brittany learns Yazan's family wants them married immediately, but she's hiding a big secret; Sumit's friends are concerned about Jenny's return; Ari's doctor is worried about her giving birth in Ethiopia; Armando has to come clean to his family.
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Brittany breaks the news to her father that she's moving to Jordan; Jenny tells her daughters she's returning to India for the third time; Kenny sells his house to be with his love.
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Series favorites invite the viewers into their homes as they watch the latest episode of "90 Day Fiance: The Other Way."
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Favorites from "90 Day Fiance" invite viewers into their homes as they watch the latest episode of "90 Day Fiance: The Other Way."
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Series favorites David and Annie, Molly and Cynthia, Robert and Anny, and Tim and Veronica watch the latest episode of "90 Day Fiancé: The Other Way."
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Some 90 Day favorites invite the viewers into their homes as they watch the latest episode of "90 Day Fiance: The Other Way."
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The program's favorites invite viewers into their homes as they watch the latest episode of "90 Day Fiance: The Other Way."
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Some 90 Day favorites invite viewers into their homes as they watch the latest episode.
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David and Annie, Molly and Cynthia, Robert and Anny, and Tim and Veronica are watching from home.
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David and Annie, Molly and Cynthia, Robert and Anny, and Tim and Veronica are watching from their homes, and no one is holding back.

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