90 Day Fiance: Happily Ever After? featured Nicole Sherbiny calling Mahmoud Sherbiny "a womanizer," Jasmine Pineda threatening Gino Palazzolo with divorce, Liz Woods' family "on the fence" about her Ed Brown marriage, Rob Warne trying to win Sophie Sierra back, and Kobe Blaise and Emily Bieberly planning a wedding in Africa during the Season 8 episode that aired Sunday night on TLC.

90 Day Fiance: Happily Ever After?'s new season stars Kobe Blaise and Emily Bieberly, Alexei Brovarnik and Loren Goldstone, Nicole Sherbiny and Mahmoud Sherbiny, Patrick Mendes and Thais Ramone, Ed Brown and Liz Woods, and Michael Ilesanmi and Angela Deem.


The cast also includes Sophie Sierra and Rob Warne, Ashley Michelle and Manuel Velez, and Gino Palazzolo and Jasmine Pineda from the latest season of 90 Day Fiance.

90 Day Fiance: Happily Ever After? features married couples trying to make their relationships work in America following the K-1 visa process, except for Liz and Ed, who began the season as engaged Americans.

The 90 Day Fiance: Happily Ever After? cast will "continue to navigate the highs and lows in their relationships including everything from preparing for first impressions with the in-laws, to managing significant cultural differences, to working through turbulent family dynamics and more," according to TLC.

Below is what happened on Episode 3 of 90 Day Fiance: Happily Ever After?'s eighth season.

ED and LIZ

Liz's daughter apparently loved to bake, and so she and Liz were shown mixing the ingredients for cookies or a cake. Ed attempted to help the process, but he just complained about the counter getting dirty. Ed predicted he'd have to mop the floor after Liz's daughter poured flour into a bowl.

Liz snapped at Ed to just relax and have fun, but then Ed didn't like the way Liz was talking to and treating him.

Liz acknowledged she and Ed were still working on their communication and how to properly and effectively argue with one another.

Liz admitted she and Ed were still a work in progress and had some things to figure out, but they were doing better as a couple overall and were looking forward to getting married.

Later on, Liz went shopping for a wedding dress with the women in her life. Liz just wanted to try things on and get some ideas, but she acknowledged how she didn't have to buy anything that day.

Liz's family was wary of her marrying Ed, especially her mother, who didn't like how Ed had treated her in the past.

While shopping, Liz broke down into tears because she didn't want her beloved mother to hate him or not accept him. Liz already had issues with her fiancee, and so she didn't want her family to think badly of him. Liz also believed Ed had changed and learned a lot about how to be a good partner.

Liz ended up finding a dress she loved, and she was feeling very excited about their future together.

"But I'm anxious because tomorrow is a Fourth of July party, and Ed has to show my mom that he's changed. It's extremely important... and it's a huge deal," Liz told the cameras.


Sophie brought some of her clothes, but not all of them, back to Rob's place. Sophie was slowly starting to move back into Rob's apartment after their big fight about his online cheating.

Sophie noticed Rob had picked her flowers and put them in a vase, and she saw a letter next to the vase.


Sophie had been hoping it was a sweet love letter, maybe with promises from Rob about how to be a better husband and partner going forward, but instead, it was essentially a letter of demands.

Rob wrote a list of ways Sophie could be a better partner and avoid him getting mad at her. Rob wrote, for instance, that Sophie should rinse a dish before putting it in the sink and also pick up her makeup after getting ready.

Sophie couldn't believe that Rob was trying to correct her behavior when she had just forgiven him for his mistakes and decided to give him another chance.

Rob explained how he was just trying to find ways to help them argue less and get along better, but Sophie was offended and so she left his apartment again.

Rob was annoyed that it was taking so long, and so much effort, for his own wife to take him back and live with him. He apparently didn't think that Sophie was committing to him and giving their relationship her all.

Rob could tell that Sophie wanted to see his softer and more romantic side, so Rob wrote Sophie a love poem and took her on a two-step dancing date.

Rob wanted to show Sophie a good time, and she recognized this was a step in the right direction. Sophie said if Rob continued gestures and actions such as these, she'd probably move back in with her husband.

Sophie then informed Rob that her friend Callum was going to visit her in Austin, TX, and she wanted Rob to meet him. Sophie had been friends with Callum since she was about 14-years-old.

Sophie hoped Rob wouldn't get jealous or weird about the occasion; she just didn't want to hide anything from her husband.

Rob insisted he's a nice guy and would be kind to Callum, and so Sophie said she appreciated Rob's mindset on the matter. However, Rob wondered why this guy was willing to fly across the ocean to see his alleged best friend, who's a female.

"He was coming to the United States already... He's not ugly, but you are my type, and Callum doesn't look like you," Sophie assured Rob. "I want to make sure you fit into my life and with the people who are important to me."


Ashley was shown teaching Manuel some English as they looked at motorcycles to potentially buy.

Manuel had family that he wanted to visit and see -- a lot more famiily than Ashley even knew he had in the States -- and so Ashley was thinking about setting him up with a means of transportation.

Manuel wanted to visit his relatives in New York alone and without Ashley, and so this news upset and bothered her.

Ashley worried that Manuel was going to leave her behind in Rochester, and she feared that he didn't really want her to be a part of his life. Ashley, after all, was still hurt that Manuel wasn't involving her in his children's lives.

Ashley then took Manuel to a spiritual store, and Ashley reminded viewers how she and Manuel held very different religious beliefs. A part of Manuel worried that Ashley was dealing with witchcraft and sorcery, but the woman at the shop laughed at him and assured him that wasn't the case.

Manuel tried to be supportive of Ashley's religion and the fact she wanted to do a spiritual cleanse.

Meanwhile, Manuel was hoping that Ashley would start building some trust in him. He claimed he wasn't keeping his wife from his family.

"But actually, I'm just worried they won't accept her completely," Manuel admitted to the cameras.

In order to show Ashley that he cared and was trying to adjust to her culture and lifestyle, he took an English-language class.


That night, Manuel admitted to Ashley that he was afraid his family wouldn't like her because they're Catholics and Ashley was from a very different background. His family didn't know that Ashley was a witch, and so he was hoping for Ashley to hide that part of her identity from them.

Ashley wasn't okay with keeping a secret from Manuel's loved ones; she wanted to be loved for who she is.


Jasmine and Gino were shown leaving the immigration lawyer, who had given the couple some terrible news. Since Gino never wrote Jasmine's children's names down on her K-1 visa application, it could take about two years for Jasmine to successfully move her beloved kids to the United States.

Jasmine had been thinking the process would be much shorter, and so she was admittedly disappointed, which she claimed was much worse than being angry.

Jasmine acknowledged that Gino had good intentions, but she snapped at him, "You screwed up my life! We are hiring a lawyer."

Jasmine had a feeling all along that something like this was going to happen, and she was annoyed because Gino had insisted he knew how to do everything and she just needed to trust him with the process.

"I busted my ass to get you to this country. Don't sit there and criticize me for all the work I have done. [Money for a lawyer] is money that I don't have right now," Gino told his wife.

"You promised that once I was here, we'd do the process to bring over my kids... Please, hire a lawyer, Gino. I cannot take that risk [of waiting two years]," Jasmine cried.

"No, I don't have money for a lawyer," Gino clapped back, adding how he didn't have $5,000 to pay for a lawyer.

Jasmine complained about how Gino's priorities weren't in order and that he only cared about himself.

"You are absolutely not ready to be a father," Jasmine vented. "You don't give a sh-t about me."

"You're f-cking screwed up in your f-cking dumb head," Gino said.

"Wow, what an ass," Jasmine replied.

"No, you're the ass!" Gino shouted.

"I wish I had never met you. You ruined my life. I want to get a divorce from you, I don't want to be married to you, and I'm going back to f-cking Panama," Jasmine cried. "I am not a priority in your life, and I want my kids."

"You're putting all of this on my shoulders and blaming me," Gino said. "You should have been just as involved with bringing your kids to the United States."

Jasmine then cried about how it was her fault and she never should have moved to the United States without them.

Gino understood why Jasmine was so upset, and he said he'd do everything in his power to bring her kids to the U.S. But Gino said he had a problem with his wife saying he wasn't ready to be a father just because he wasn't willing to hire a lawyer to help them with the paperwork.

Gino called the situation "bullsh-t," and he stormed away from his wife while she was in tears. Jasmine said she had seen a new side of her husband and she wanted to return home to Panama.

"Gino is not being a good husband to me, and he's not going to be a good dad. I don't want to have kids with him anymore. I should have never dragged my kids into this," Jasmine lamented in a confessional.


Nicole revealed how Mahmoud had gone to bed without clothes on and their first night together in the United States "ended well."

Nicole bought donuts for the couple to enjoy in the morning, but he thought the food was too sweet. Mahmoud was used to eating eggs and cheese for breakfast, but he was feeling pretty well rested after traveling.

Nicole planned to take Mahmoud to the Santa Monica pier that day, and Mahmoud said he was just happy to be reunited with his wife.

Even though Mahmoud was in the United States now, he didn't plan to change anything about his religion. He also admitted that moving away from his family and friends was a very hard thing for him to do.

"I totally understand. I did this before," Nicole said, referring to her previous attempts to live in Egypt.

Nicole promised to make Mahmoud feel as comfortable as possible and do everything in his power to get him settled.

While walking down the pier, Nicole accused Mahmoud of stopping in his tracks to stare at another woman.

"It makes me feel like I'm not good enough. Maybe I'm not Muslim enough for him," Nicole complained to the cameras.

"If you want to be a little womanizer, you can go f-cking back to Egypt," Nicole added.

"Okay, I'm done," Mahmoud said, walking away from his wife.



Emily and Kobe were in Kobe's hometown of Cameroon in Africa, and Emily was about to meet his family for the first time.

Emily, her parents, and the couple's two children were dressed in proper African attire to please and show respect to Kobe's elders, and Emily just hoped that her husband's family was going to like and accept her.

Cameroon was unsafe at the time, and so Kobe warned Emily's family that people were around looking to rob others. Given Emily and her parents are America, they'd be easy targets.

Emily and her parents were very nervous, but Kobe assured them that everything was going to be okay.

Emily's meeting with Kobe's family was beautiful, emotional and touching. Kobe's parents embraced Emily and her parents, and it brought a tear to Emily's eye. There was celebration, a gift-giving of a house plant, and a feast for both families.

Kobe's family then suggested that they could throw a traditional wedding in Cameroon for Kobe and Emily. Kobe's father wanted to see Kobe get married traditionally, but they weren't going to be in Africa for very long.

Kobe's father wasn't going to look at Emily, fully, like she was Kobe's wife until they wed in front of his eyes. Kobe wanted to make his father happy, but Emily thought it was a little ridiculous since she and Kobe had been married for a while and already had kids together.

The wedding planning then commenced, and they were going to try to get it done as soon as possible.

Kobe predicted about 100 people would attend his wedding, and it was a little difficult for Emily's parents to understand the customs and traditions expected by Kobe's family, such as a dowry.


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