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aired 144 days ago
Stephanie makes Anny an offer; Angela rethinks a Nigerian wedding; Mike consults a lawyer; Syngin considers going back to South Africa; Mursel feels he made a mistake; Jasmin and Blake's families meet.
aired 151 days ago
Michael's family confronts Angela about their wedding; Michael and Juliana's wedding day arrives; Tania's revelation pushes Syngin away; Blake and Jasmin argue on a night out; Mike returns to Washington.
aired 158 days ago
Natalie's reveal leaves Mike devastated; Mursel packs his bags for Turkey; Tania and Syngin's romantic reunion goes south; Angela arrives in Nigeria; Juliana bonds with Michael's ex; Blake's friends confront him.
aired 165 days ago
Watch party with "90 Day" favorites; Mike has tough questions for Natalie; Anny cries while shopping for a wedding dress; Anna reveals big news to her family; Betsy grills Sasha about his past; Angela fights for Michael's visa.

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