90 Day Fiance features couples separated by land and sea preparing to bring the foreign fiances to the United States so they can tie the knot within 90 days. Otherwise, the American individuals will risk losing love and having their significant others return to their home countries.
The remaining couples are Ashley Martson, a 31-year-old from Mechanicsburg, PA, and Jay Smith, a 20-year-old from Port Maria, Jamaica; Colt Johnson, a 33-year-old from Las Vegas, NV, and Larissa Christina, a 31-year-old from Brazil; and the newly-introduced Steven, a 20-year-old from Bowie, MD, and his fiancee Olga, a 20-year-old from Russia.
Below is the latest on each couple, according to the new90 Day Fiance episode.
Larissa finally received her visa in the mail and was scheduled to arrive in the United States the following day. Colt was nervous about her liking Las Vegas and being disappointed with his lifestyle, especially since he lived with his mother and shared one vehicle with her.
Colt's mother was a little sad their situation was going to change. After all, Colt was her best friend, and if his mother didn't approve of Larissa, he acknowledged it would be a tough situation.
Colt's mother Debbie, however, expected there to be some drama when Larissa arrived given she'd be going through such a drastic change. Colton agreed because he tends to be more reserved and Larissa is a very passionate, feisty person. But against all odds, Colt believed she was The One.
Colt and Larissa had only previously spent 12 days together in person, so he knew living with her was going to be very different and challenging. He hoped she'd come to love Las Vegas and still wanted to get married after living together.
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Meanwhile, Debbie admitted she was going to "back off slowly" from her son and his new life.
Colt then shared with the cameras how this was going to be Larissa's first time in America.
Once Larissa arrived, she was tired and a little disappointed Colt didn't show up with a bouquet of flowers in hand.
"When he had nothing in his hands, I thought, 'What is going on?!'" Larissa vented, before Colt noted he wasn't going to spend $20 on flowers when parking was probably expensive.
Larissa's goals for moving to the United States were getting married, applying for a Green Card, and then putting an air conditioner in Colt's car. She quickly came to admit Las Vegas was not the city she had expected, as she found the weather to be extremely hot and originally had the picture of Hollywood, CA, or New York in mind.
"It's not my American dream," Larissa said. "My expectation was like a movie."
"So far, Larissa seems to hate everything about Las Vegas. I can tell she doesn't like being here and I am literally terrified about bringing her home," Colt admitted.
After getting into a fight over an ex-girlfriend's panties in Jonathan's dresser, the couple slept on opposite sides of his couch the first night they spent together in the United States.
Fernanda said if you don't have trust and truth in a relationship, then you have nothing. She was still upset because she had asked Jonathan to thoroughly clean his place before her arrival. She felt his behavior lacked respect, but Jonathan asked her not to judge him based on the one thing he had done wrong.
Jonathan then introduced Fernanda to his group of friends, and she was the first woman he ever brought around them in a romantic sense. Fernanda knew it was going to be important to make a good first impression.
Fernanda thought Jonathan's friends were nice people, and they made her feel special by cooking a big dinner for her.
Jonathan's friends, however, brought up a touchy subject by saying Jonathan never had a real girlfriend they thought would stick around. Fernanda didn't feel comfortable talking about his dating past. After finding the underwear, she was concerned Jonathan still had secrets.
An awkward conversation then came up at the dinner table about "the wall" between the United States and Mexico often discussed by President Donald Trump. Jonathan's friends were clearly conservative and defended the wall, with one man saying many immigrants tend to take advantage of public assistance and engage in criminal activity.
Fernanda respectively stood her ground, but she apparently felt very uncomfortable with the conversation.
Viewers were introduced to Steven, a 20 year old waiter from Bowie, MD. He never graduated high school and said his life was a "party after party after party."
He's been arrested "a few times" for graffiti and just "being a dumb kid," so because of his actions, his mother kicked him out of the house at age 16.
Steven admitted he used to be a bit of a player when it comes to women but all of that changed once he met Olga from Russia when they were both on vacation in California. He called her adventurous, smart, outgoing and "smoking hot."
After enjoying a summer together, Olga revealed to him that she's pregnant. He wasn't expecting this news at all since they only had unprotected sex one time, but he noted that's all it takes and it was "a holy sh-t moment" for him.
It was a big step for Steven to become a father given he only knew the girl for a month-and-a-half, but he intended to be a good dad and step up to the plate -- mainly because he didn't have a father around growing up.
Olga returned to Russia about a week or two after learning she was pregnant. Steven then proposed and applied for the K-1 visa, but he didn't hear anything for months. She was alone in her pregnancy and Steven had missed all of her doctor appointments.
However, Steven planned to travel to Russia to be there for the birth of his son. Steven had never been on a plane or even left the country before, so he was a little bit nervous to travel. He was leaving for Russia the next day.
Steven was well aware the United States and Russia aren't on great terms, so he assumed that had something to do with the hold up of Olga's visa. He was worried to travel with such discourse going on between countries.
Steven was then dropped off at the airport by his loving grandparents. He knew the situation was crazy but he felt pretty confident Olga was the right girl for him.
Steven's grandmother was then shown calling her grandson "unstable" and a "mess."
The couple was going to have a few days together before becoming parents. Steven wondered if this pregnancy helped him to find the love of his life.
Kalani was about to celebrate her 30th birthday and pick Asuelu up at the airport. Her father and sister weren't happy about the relationship, but Kalani was looking forward to her family being complete.
Kalani had been alone with her son Oliver for five months and feared Asuelu might not know how to handle the baby or take care of him. Kalani said if the 90 days didn't work out, she would be losing everything -- time, money, love and her son's father.
Upon seeing Kalani for the first time in a long time, Asuelu said he felt fantastic. He then put on a shirtless performance in the airport, complete with yelling, dancing and slapping his head and belly. Asuelu wanted Kalani to be proud of him, and he said his dreams were coming true.
Kalani, however, hated the dance and noted she hates being the center of attention.
"I'm going to have to teach him how to act in America," Kalani said in a confessional.
Asuelu explained a normal day in Samoa would be comprised of collecting firewood and coconuts and then feeding the pigs. He hoped to be helpful to Kalani, but Asuelu knew he was way out of his element and comfort zone.
Kalani then brought Asuelu to an AirBnB she had rented until they could figure out where to live permanently. After all, Kalani had been living with her sister Kolini, and Kolini didn't really approve of Asuelu because she had been told of his cheating past, which Kalani now claims she had embellished out of anger.
Kalani's mom, Lisa, said Asuelu didn't contribute to his son's life in the first five months and so many things were going to be required and expected of him. Lisa wondered whether Asuelu could handle it.
When Asuelu first held his son, Oliver cried. Kalani said it was important for them to spend time together, and she felt guilty Asuelu's first precious moments with his son were chaotic.
Kalani anticipated a dinner with her father and sister the next day, and she was nervous about the moment her family was going to meet him. In fact, Kalani said she was "scared sh-tless."
Kalani's father worried Asuelu just came to America for a better life and more opportunities.
Eric drove 15 hours from Wisconsin to New York to pick up his fiancee from Indonesia. He said she's the best thing that ever happened to him but they've only spent 23 days together in their lives.
Leida was bringing her five-year-old son to America as well, and Eric planned to adopt him. Eric didn't know, however, how his daughters were going to react to having a stepbrother.
Eric noted Leida's sister would be coming to the United States as well to check out his situation and she may not approve of his life in America. Leida's sister Reina apparently held a lot of power and could convince Leida not to move there.
But Eric was going to do everything in his power to prevent that from happening.
Leida comes from a wealthy family who are very overprotective of her, so she said she's always wanted to be free and independent and become a doctor in America. She thought Eric was handsome and had a lot of muscles, but she loved the fact he lived in the United States.
Reina hoped to get to know Eric better and get a feel for his day-to-day life because she knew very little about him. She would also prefer Leida's son to be in her home country.
Eric said Leida was used to getting everything she wanted in Indonesia and it was probably going to be tough for her to adapt to living in America in his living conditions.
Eric showed the girls the East Coast before traveling back to Wisconsin. In order to not spend a lot of money, they stayed in a cabin in Pennsylvania for a night. Leida was used to a lavish lifestyle, so Eric realized his concerns were justified.
The next morning, Eric made a big breakfast, and Leida suggested he should hire a maid in the house to cook and clean for them. Eric said absolutely not and she'd have to get used to that.
Reina noted Leida can get easily irritated and then becomes an "awful person" but Eric didn't see that yet.
Reina was concerned Leida wouldn't be able to take care of herself, but Leida called her sister "judgmental."
Ashley was on a plane heading over to Jamaica, and after months of waiting, they were finally at the end of the K-1 visa process. He just had one interview left, and Ashley was going to Jamaica to prepare and support him.
Jay noted he had a lot of big plans for her. She said running into his arms in the airport was the best feeling -- just to have him with her and be in his arms.
Jay admitted in the car he was going to miss Jamaica if the visa got approved, and he insisted he wasn't moving to the United States with poor intentions or a motive other than love.
Ashley agreed, saying that if Jay just wanted to come to America, the move already would have happened because he previously dated a woman from the United States who wanted him to come here.
When they arrived at a hotel for the night, Jay had rose petals on the bed and champagne waiting for them. Jay worried Ashley might run from their engagement since she had ended two previous engagements, but he was ready to do whatever it takes to make her happy and feel loved.
Jay insisted he loved Ashley with all of his heart, but Ashley felt pressure to keep him satisfied by having sex about three times a day. Since he's only 20 years old, Ashley knew she had her work cut out for her. She also acknowledged it was probably very difficult for him to remain abstinent when they were apart.
Ashley and Jay then attended his interview. He said he studied a lot and felt confident, but he was fearful of being "drilled" with hard questions. Jay noted that even a stutter could get him denied the visa.
Because Ashley's kids are so young, she couldn't just pick up and move to Jamaica for him, so she prayed the process was going to be a success.
Jay ultimately got approved for the visa, and so he celebrated with his fiancee at a nearby bar. Jay explained they had been through so much together, but they got through all of the obstacles together as a team. Jay almost cried tears of joy.