The Tell All broadcast starred Chantel Everett, a 26-year-old from Atlanta, GA, and husband Pedro Jimeno, a 27-year-old from Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic; Anfisa, a 22-year-old from Moscow, Russia, and husband Jorge, a 27-year-old from Los Angeles, CA; and Nicole, a 24-year-old from Bradenton, FL, and fiance Azan, a 26-year-old from Taroudant, Morocco.
Also featured in the episode were David Toborowsky, a 49-year-old from Louisville, KY, and wife Annie Suwan, a 25-year-old from Bueng Kan, Thailand; Russ Mayfield, a 31-year-old from Oklahoma City, OK and wife Paola "Pao" Mayfield, a 30-year-old from Bucaramanga, Colombia; and Molly Hopkins, a 42-year-old from Woodstock, GA.
Molly's estranged husband from whom she filed divorce, Luis Mendez, a 27-year-old from Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, was not present for the reunion special.
The big event kicked off with Paola and Anfisa still going at it, and as a result, Jorge and Russ firing away at each other in support of their respective wives.
"There are two aggressive people in here. Seriously it's not worth it," Paola said as she stormed off the set.
"Two aggressive people and a dumb c-nt from Colombia," Anfisa sniped.
"You've got a good mouth," Russ said.
"There are two people in there who think it's actually okay to hit people. I'm not going to sit in there if they actually want to try to hit us and attack us," Paola vented backstage. "I'm from Colombia, but we don't act like that. I want to punch that b-tch in the face... She thinks she is better than everybody else."
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Anfisa argued Paola only wanted to apologize to her because she was receiving backlash for the catty remarks she had made about Anfisa during Season 1.
Once the couples calmed down, Paola and Russ joined the group onstage again.
Anfisa was then questioned about her alleged "webcam, porn-type activities." Jorge had been warned by a friend on the show that such videos of his wife had surfaced; however, Anfisa argued it was just a girl who happened to look like her.
Jorge said he saw videos surface of a "porn actress" with a similar appearance but it was not his wife. As Anfisa and Jorge defended themselves, the rest of the cast exchanged glances, smirks and nudges.
"I saw on my phone that it looked like you," Annie noted, as Paola flashed a huge smile.
"I don't know. I just want to move onto the next topic," Anfisa insisted.
Jorge was then asked about his arrest, as he had been accused of trying to sell nearly 300 pounds of marijuana.
Jorge said he couldn't talk about anything in regards to his arrest in Arizona, even after the reunion special's host and mediator, Shaun Robinson, revealed Jorge may be facing up to 12 years in prison if convicted.
David admitted it seemed like Anfisa called the police in order to get back at her husband because she was resentful and reward money was being offered, but Anfisa grew angry and said she was the one who bailed him out -- and she was sick of being blamed for the incident.
Nicole's mother Robbalee was then joined onstage. She said she liked her daughter's fiance after a heart-to-heart conversation but she wasn't sure if he was still seeing other women.
"Oh, Azan is a player," David noted. "Without a doubt."
"I stopped because I'm sure now she's The One," Azan insisted. "Everything is good now."
Chantel and Pedro then discussed their relationship. Pedro said he wanted to take a vacation because he didn't want to be around Chantel's family.
"It's not going to work," he said. "I tried two years for making the family better. Every time the family says something about me, [Chantel] is thinking it's real."
Chantel's parents, Karen and Thomas, were then welcomed into the conversation, and Pedro immediately took off and left the stage.
Chantel threw her arms up in defeat and frustration, but Pedro told the cameras he didn't like Chantel's family and never wanted to talk to them again. He figured the clan would never trust him again.
Karen and Thomas thought it was "quite possible" Pedro was "operating a marriage ring," which both Chantel and Pedro firmly denied.
Footage then played of Pedro's physical altercation with Chantel's younger brother, River Everett. Pedro said he was not the aggressor because River stood up and hit a lamp, but Chantel took her brother's side, saying Pedro stood up from the table first to yell at River.
Pedro still wanted to be married to Chantel because he loved her and the problem wasn't with her, but he didn't feel supported by Chantel. Chantel also hadn't spoken to Pedro's sister, Nicole, since the explosive blowout fight.
"Our future has a big question mark over it," Chantel noted.
Paola and Russ then sat in the hotseat, and Paola broke down into tears over her miscarriage and beloved grandmother's death.
"I just feel when I needed him the most, he wasn't there... and I was dealing with all of this myself," Paola said.
"Paola is so independent, she doesn't want to show any emotion. So I thought I was doing the right thing by recognizing her independence. And I was wrong," Russ explained.
When asked whether they'd try for another baby soon, Russ said something that set Paola off and made her realize they weren't on the same page.
"I want to have a baby, and I want it with Pao, but I'm not ready right now. In the end, maybe there is a God and there's someone looking out for us and saying, 'Hey, give it a moment. Wait,'" Russ said.
"I don't want to hear that. Don't even make a stupid comment like that... You're pissing me off even more. Just stop it!" Paola said, before telling the group, "I'm hurt."
Russ was afraid their relationship wouldn't last after the miscarriage and turn of events.
"Nothing is fine. And you think that everything is fine. It is ruining our relationship and I just want to go," Paola cried.
Paola threatened her husband she might return to Colombia because she couldn't stand to be around him anymore.
The Tell All concluded with a brief update from David and Annie after Molly appeared to call Pedro "a p-ssy" for not showing up to the Tell All or even calling in to share his side of the story.
Annie revealed she'd like to move back to Thailand "with or without" David.
"It doesn't matter," she said, adding that her time in the United States has been bad.
Annie said David asked her to give him 90 more days to make things right, but if he couldn't turn things around, she was prepared to leave and go back to her home country.
"I don't care about the Green Card. I just want to live in a happy place," Annie argued.
Before Nicole and Azan's wedding special commenced, Nicole and Azan revealed during the Tell All that all necessary paperwork for the marriage had been gathered and they would likely tie the knot in two-and-a-half to three weeks.
"No more freedom," Annie told Azan. "Are you ready?"
Azan replied, "Yes I am."
In the wedding special, Azan vented about how his family had already spent $6,000 on the wedding and so Nicole was forced to use money she had saved up. The couple stressed about how much the wedding was going to cost once they began tasting food and Nicole tried on wedding dresses.
One Moroccan wedding dress was priced at $1,500, and Nicole learned she must buy five of them in order to represent the different regions in Morocco.
Despite the pressure they were feeling, Nicole's Tourist visa was set to expire in one month, so they needed to rush the wedding. Getting married was the only way Nicole could stay in Morocco.
Suddenly, Nicole and Azan could not be reached by 90 Day Fiance's production team for a scheduled shoot. The pair later announced they had decided to cancel their wedding due to "a lot of stuff," according to Azan.
Nicole appeared upset over the news they had delivered -- as if this was all Azan's idea -- but she insisted they had arrived at this decision mutually.
Nicole said although she had been very excited to marry Azan, they didn't have enough money for a big wedding and the timing wasn't right.
Nicole and Azan then had to break the bad news to their disappointed family members. Nicole's family was especially frustrated because they had already booked their flights to Morocco for a second time.
In order to get to the bottom of things, Robbalee still opted to fly to Morocco, believing that Azan was using her daughter. She thought "something was off."
Once Robbalee arrived in Morocco, she learned that Nicole and Azan pooled their money -- originally to be used for the wedding -- to open up a makeup and beauty shop since there was not one in the area.
Azan told the cameras Nicole had given him $6,000 for the shop, while he had contributed $500 to renting the store.
"A lot of money I saved up in America is now in the shop," Nicole said.
Nicole's mother was angry the store seemed to take preference over her daughter's dream wedding.
In fear Azan was using Nicole for money, Robbalee asked Azan to either marry her daughter or cut her loose and let her move on. Nicole, however, wasn't happy with such an ultimatum, but Robbalee wondered if there was even a store at all.
Robbalee said the store seemed like Azan's "get rich quick scheme."
Robbalee wanted to see proof the store actually existed, but Azan said he couldn't drive her by it. Azan allegedly showed pictures of the store to Nicole before, but when Robbalee asked to see the photos, he said he must have accidentally deleted them.
Since Azan had already been living off Nicole for two years and it seemed like he was never going to marry her, Robbalee asked Nicole to cut her losses and come home. Robbalee argued a lot of "smoke and mirrors" were in play.
"If you don't end up getting married, Azan is going to be gone with your money," Robbalee said, before Nicole insisted Azan was the love of her life and her family wasn't being fair.
Azan promised Nicole there would be a wedding at some point, but he asked for more time.
Nicole asked if they could at least file the legal papers to get married before she left, which wouldn't be a difficult task, but Azan rejected that idea as well. He even suggested the process would take too long to complete.
"I know to marry legally, it's not hard," Azan told the cameras in a confessional. "But when we talk about this, I think it's not a good idea."
Azan told Nicole they should focus on the store, and when she asked for a set number of months they should wait to tie the knot, he refused to give her an answer.
"Nicole is so blinded by her love of Azan... she'll just keep following along and one day wake up and realize it's just not going to happen," Robbalee told the cameras.
However, Nicole made the decision to stay in Morocco with Azan and her young daughter as a family unit.
"Once we save enough money, Azan and I will finally get married and we'll have the happily ever after we've been waiting for," Nicole gushed in a confessional.
Robbalee hated knowing Nicole was going to get her heart broken and Azan was going to take off with all of her money.