The three Dallas-based couples who tied the knot at first sight on Season 7 were Amber Martorana, a 36-year-old division order analyst, and Dave, a 37-year-old senior portfolio manager; Bobby Dodd, a 27-year-old project manager, and Danielle, a 30-year-old account executive; and Mia Bally, a 29-year-old airline recruiter; and Tristan, a 29-year-old former collegiate and semi-pro basketball player who recently started a tutoring center business.
They were matched by the following Married at First Sight experts: Psychologist Dr. Jessica Griffin, sociologist Dr. Pepper Schwartz, and marriage counselor Pastor Calvin Roberson.
The episode began on Day 24 of the marriages, with Bobby gushing about how Danielle was "the most incredible woman" he's ever met. Bobby felt she was the perfect girl for him, and he realized he was in love with her -- he just hadn't told her yet.
Danielle's feelings for Bobby were also very strong and fast-growing, and her marriage to Bobby was everything she ever could have wanted.
Meanwhile, Amber and Dave were in a good place, but they were still working through some issues. Amber said they needed to be more open and communicative with each other.
Amber then told Dave her hair was falling out, and he suggested she should stop dying it because she looked beautiful with her natural hair color as a brunette.
But Amber took that to mean Dave was unhappy with her appearance and was trying to convince her to become a brunette. Dave thought Amber was still beautiful as a blonde, so he didn't understand why his wife had such deep insecurities.
On Day 25 of marriage, Tristan and Mia met with Mia's father and sister to have a light lunch. Tristan wasn't planning to discuss the option of moving to Houston although his apartment lease was up in two months.
Much to Tristan's surprise, however, Mia brought up the topic during lunch. The conversation made Mia's sister angry because Tristan talked more about his tutoring business than the good of his marriage.
Mia was feeling "really discouraged" and "attacked" rather than "supported" by her loved ones.
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"What the f-ck," Tristan vented, before Mia told her father and sister that they were making Tristan uncomfortable.
Tristan thought Mia threw him under the bus when he was hoping she would address the problem on her own and lighten the tension in the room.
That night, Danielle and Bobby were shown playing the fishbowl game, which forced the couple to ask each other personal or hard questions.
Bobby acknowledged Danielle was very private and didn't express herself very often, so while he was in love with her, a part of him feared his feelings were not being reciprocated.
"I just want to make sure I'm not confusing love of the situation with being in love with Bobby. I mean, we are only three weeks into our relationship," Danielle said in a confessional.
Once Mia and Tristan returned home from lunch, Tristan got very upset and began yelling about how he didn't appreciate Mia "dropping a bomb" on her family about a very serious topic when they were supposed to enjoy a nice lunch and each other's company.
Mia didn't understand why Tristan was getting so angry, because she didn't think the conversation was a big deal.
"I feel like I have to baby you through some basic conversational things," Tristan noted, adding that Mia admitted Tristan was uncomfortable and threw him under the bus during the first five minutes of the gathering.
It finally made sense to Mia, but she just wanted to de-escalate the situation, so she confessed to needing to be more tactful in the future. Mia said she could have used more finesse during that discussion, and with that being said, Tristan let things go and they both moved on.
The girls then met each other for pedicures to compare their experiences. Mia revealed Tristan raised his voice when they argued, and Amber admitted Dave was trying to make her become a brunette. And then Danielle gushed about how her marriage was great and they had yet to get into a fight.
Danielle felt she was on a different level with Bobby than Amber and Mia were in their own marriages. Danielle, however, couldn't offer any helpful advice.
"Danielle keeps telling us there are no problems in her marriage, but I don't believe her. It can't be all sunshine and rainbows all the time," Amber told the cameras. "They have to have issues, and it will come out at some point."
Meanwhile, the guys met up with each other at a driving range, and Bobby disclosed he wish he had an issue with Danielle to share.
"We're enjoying the crap out of each other," Bobby told the guys, adding that he was definitely "in love" with his wife.
But Tristan admitted he had a tough weekend with Mia and Dave noted Amber wasn't receptive to criticism. Dave told the cameras Amber went to a place of negativity too often, especially since they had sex every night and their physical relationship was great.
On Day 27 of marriage, Dave and Amber sat down with Dr. Jessica. Amber said Dave wanted her to change her hair so she'd be more his type.
"It's not that I feel unattractive, it's just the feeling of being judged," she explained in a confessional.
Dave suggested Amber had taken things the wrong way and he worries about their future every time she focuses on the negative.
Amber said as her feelings grew stronger for Dave, her fears got stronger as well. Dr. Jessica told Dave that he had to find ways to make Amber feel more safe and secure.
"It's my sincere hope Amber and I live a long and happy life together, that we have a big house and kids," Dave said, adding that he hopes this is just the beginning of their "crazy and awesome love story."
On Day 28 of marriage, Tristan and Mia were moving forward after "a blowout argument," and the couples discussed their sexual fantasies.
The following day, those fantasies became a reality.