As the title suggests, 90 Day Fiance: Self-Quarantined gives viewers a glimpse into the lives of former 90 Day Fiance franchise stars as they quarantine themselves at home amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Colt and Debbie were shocked Las Vegas had closed its iconic strip of casinos, restaurants and stores, and the pair did everything they could to keep each other entertained -- including putting together a cat fashion show.
Colt revealed he hadn't heard from his ex, Larissa Christina Dos Santos Lima, "in a very long time." The pair is legally divorced, and Colt said they had "no connections to each other any more."
The last time Colt had seen Larissa was during her third trial in court.
Colt said he had no way of contacting Larissa but if she needed something, he was sure she'd find a way to reach out.
But while Colt was working from home for a while, he suddenly received a phone call from his work.
"I just got off the phone with my boss," Colt subsequently told his mother, "and I no longer have a job."
"Oh, f-ck," Debbie replied.
Colt said hearing that was really hard. Debbie had been confident he'd hold onto a job throughout this crisis, but that obviously wasn't the case. Colt said he had savings, however, and didn't know what the future was going to hold for him.
Instead of getting too down on himself, Colt and Debbie drank alcohol together, cooked big steaks, and danced in their kitchen.
Colt said he respected and loved his mother more than ever.
Annie, 27, and David had been quarantining with each other for a couple of weeks. David called Annie his "best friend and partner in life," and Annie said although David was "fifty-something years old, he still gives good Boom Boom."
Annie joked she and David sometimes tried to kill each other since they were stuck in the house all day long.
David and Annie were shown taking a drive and heading to their friend Susan's house to give her some toilet paper. Annie was glad to get some fresh air.
David and Annie also headed to an Asian market for groceries, but supplies were low.
That's when David dropped a bombshell.
"When we leave the condo, because we have had threatening messages and very anti-Asian messages, I do worry for her," David told the cameras.
"Because we live in a world right now where people are looking to express their anger towards others because they're not happy with what's going on... But nobody wants to be in this situation, and it's how we react that will define us as people."
David later enjoyed Annie's cooking, and Annie changed into her "superduck" pajamas. Annie playfully whipped David in bed and promised him a massage, and David suggested they should shut off the cameras before proceeding.
"They want to see!" Annie yelled.
"No, you want them to see!" David joked.
Cortney Reardanz and her new man Andy
Cortney was living in Andy's house in Florida. She said Andy is from Germany and they're dating after things didn't work out with Antonio, her ex-boyfriend from Spain.
"I thought our chemistry was strong, but jealousy and mistrust were huge issues," Cortney said. "I met Andy via email. I work with Andy because I'm the brand ambassador for his period-cup company."
Cortney had gotten her hair done in preparation for some photo shoots, but not she was just stuck at home and bored. Cortney began quarantining herself three weeks prior.
Cortney wanted to go home to see her parents because she said she and Andy were fighting all the time, but she didn't want to infect her parents if she was carrying the virus without symptoms.
While going on a toilet-paper run in the car, Andy told Cortney that he wanted to meet her parents.
"Andy calls me his girlfriend and thinks we're in a relationship and talks about marriage or the future and stuff, but I'm just [not into it]," Cortney told the cameras.
Andy said they had been dating for two months and often kissed. He added that Cortney called him "babe" and they were living together, so he thought it would be normal to meet her parents soon. However, Cortney just clearly wasn't on the same page.
Andy then turned the car camera off because Cortney said he didn't like to record any of their arguments.
Andy wanted to take the next steps in their relationship but he didn't know where Cortney stood with him. Cortney said they fought too much and Andy was sometimes "super nice and loving" -- but "mean" at other times.
"I'm trying to be nice right now but I kind of hate him," Cortney said.
Cortney complained Andy picked a fight over the littlest things, and so Andy asked if she wanted to leave him or break up.
Cortney insisted she wanted to make things work but wasn't "used to people yelling at [her]" and felt sad a lot. Cortney said things couldn't continue in the same manner but she'd remain positive.
Danielle, 47, had seven people living in her Ohio house -- her youngest daughter Brianne, her son Corey and his fiancee Brandy, and three of her grandchildren. She had been quarantined for three weeks at this point.
Danielle was married to a Tunisian man five years ago named Mohamed Jbali. They divorced 34 months after their marriage.
"I have not seen Mohamed in three years. He reached out to be about a month ago and we've been chit-chatting here or there. We've forgiven each other, so yeah, we're building a friendship," Danielle revealed.
"He is out on the road driving a truck. I am more concerned about his well-being as a friend. It's scary being out there on your own with all of this going on."
Danielle takes care of mentally-handicapped people in their homes, so she's considered an essential worker.
Danielle, however, said she was losing a lot of money because she couldn't work overtime and only received three shifts a week. She also worried about bringing the coronavirus home with her since she had so many people in her household.
Danielle therefore changed her clothes and took a shower immediately upon returning home.
Brianne was taking classes online, and Danielle wasn't sure whether she'd get to walk across the stage in her cap and gown at graduation. Danielle complained Brianne was being "robbed of a milestone in her life" because of the coronavirus.
"This is sad that a virus that has turned into a pandemic can cause so much chaos in people's lives. She misses going to school and she misses her friends, and it's sad everything has come to a halt," Danielle told the cameras.
However, Danielle was expecting a new grandbaby soon. Brandy was due to give birth any day, but she had a scheduled induction on April 21 in case she didn't go into labor naturally. Her fiance Corey just hoped he could be in the delivery room with the mother-to-be.
Danielle was excited about a new granddaughter coming into the picture, and she said a new baby would take everyone's mind off the hardships they were going through.
"I'm thankful and blessed to have the family that I do and the kids that I do," Danielle noted.
Elizabeth, 29, and Andrei were on Day 16 of quarantine. Their daughter Eleanor is 14 months old. Andrei joked it was "kind of torture" to be around his wife all the time, and Elizabeth said he was driving her crazy too.
Andrei complained about Elizabeth buying stuff online when they didn't have groceries or much money. Elizabeth's father works in real estate and Elizabeth is a property manager, but neither person had much income.
"None of his tenants are paying rent because they're not going to work, and he's not getting the income he usually does and so he's not even really paying me," Elizabeth told Andrei.