Married at First Sight featured Morgan and Binh having their Decision Day early and choosing to get a divorce, Krysten announcing that she's "done" with Mitch, Stacia Karcher worrying about being in a loveless marriage with Nate Barnes, and Lindy Elloway accusing Miguel Santiago of "a threat" during the Season 15 episode that aired Wednesday night on Lifetime.

The five brides from San Diego who were selected to wed on Season 15 of Married at First Sight were Lindy, a 29-year-old doctor of physical therapy; Krysten, a 32-year-old sales representative; Alexis, a 29-year-old logistics specialist; Stacia, a 37-year-old accountant; and Morgan, a 27-year-old registered nurse.

The five grooms starring on the new MAFS edition are Miguel, a 35-year-old associate medical director; Mitch, a 41-year-old environmental policy advocate; Justin, a 33-year-old digital marketing specialist; Nate, a 34-year-old day trader; and Binh, a 29-year-old engineer.


Married at First Sight experts Pepper and Pastor Calvin Roberson matched Lindy and Miguel, Krysten and Mitch, Alexis and Justin, Stacia and Nate, and Morgan and Binh.

After meeting at the altar, the couples spend a total of eight weeks together, from the wedding and honeymoon to moving in together and navigating the joys and struggles of daily life together.

And at the end of the experiment, Married at First Sight's five Season 15 couples will reach "Decision Day" and have to decide whether to remain married or decide to end their marriages and divorce.

The Married at First Sight broadcast began with 13 days to go until Decision Day, and Lindy said she enjoyed watching Miguel with their fake baby and she appreciated how he had done the majority of parenting -- and that the challenge was finally over.

As for Morgan, she lamented about how she was tired of being sad in her marriage to Binh.

Krysten then met up with Mitch's sister-in-law Stephanie, whom she got along with really well.

Krysten said she and Mitch were in the best spot yet but she was struggling with his
"contrarianism," and Stephanie admitted it took her time to figure out how to communicate with Mitch because the delivery of his opinions used to rub her the wrong way and she's a strong female.

Stephanie said there were things she simply wouldn't bend on in her lifestyle, such as diapers, even though she's also interested in preserving the environment.

Stephanie advised Krysten to speak her mind and tell Mitch what she wasn't willing to change.
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Lindy and Miguel then went ax throwing together and Lindy "whooped [his] ass." She was happy he's not a sore loser, but their conversation suddenly took a serious turn.

Miguel wouldn't promise Lindy "forever" and make grand declarations about loving her always because he said that kind of talk was cheap and he really didn't know what was going to happen in the future.

Lindy accepted and respected that mindset, although she didn't like it, and Miguel explained how he'd never want to be in a "loveless marriage." Lindy said they could work on it at that point and it stressed her out.

"If I'm not catering to you, then you're out. That's what I hear. To be honest, it sounds like a threat to me," Lindy said.

Miguel insisted it wasn't a threat but rather just "the reality of it."

Justin then met up with one of Alexis' friends, and Justin explained how marriage was "a beast" and sometimes uncomfortable. Justin said he and Alexis had good days and good times, but he missed his dog Maya.

Justin said he had to "check" his tone when talking to her and would never want to argue in front of their future children. Justin admitted he was scared, especially when Alexis gave him vibes that she was going to quit on him and their relationship.

Krysten and Mitch then sat down with Dr. Pepper, and Krysten said she needed to feel comfortable in the relationship and sometimes felt guilty about her iced lattes.


Mitch said he supported his wife in doing what she wanted and it wouldn't break their marriage if she forgot her reusable cup one day. But Mitch said when Krysten showed up for him, it made him feel proud to have her beside him.

Krysten also shared how her dream is to flip and resell houses with reusable furniture but Mitch initially didn't like the idea and so they never revisited it in order to avoid conflict.

Mitch said urban development and his environmentalism intersect and his concern was that flipping houses to make a profit would compete with working families, who can't afford the flipped house.

But Dr. Pepper suggested Mitch shouldn't blame his wife as an individual for larger societal problems, and Mitch agreed.

Mitch asked Krysten if she could handle his lifestyle and ambitions, someone always reminding her of the consequences of their actions, and Krysten replied, "That is a really good segue into my final issue -- I don't know."

Krysten said she values synergy, optimism, and friendships -- and Mitch's contrarianism did bother her. Krysten said she wanted to be a good partner for Mitch and help him, but at the same time, it really "affected" her when Mitch would show his "dark side."

Mitch admitted his dark side was never going to go away and he wondered if Krysten would like to be married to a man who didn't think about the environment at all. Dr. Pepper said no one is perfect and trying to fulfill an endless list is what keeps people single.

Dr. Pepper asked Krysten and Mitch to focus on core things that made them better together.

And then Mitch asked Krysten what Decision Day meant to her. They hadn't said "I love you" and put the brakes on their sex life, so Mitch wondered if Krysten had the same standards going into the big day.

Mitch said it was going to be enough for him that they've made progress and were "still in it," and Krysten said she viewed Decision Day differently because of how far they had come.

"I think I'm on the same page as you now. I think we'll figure out the sex. In terms of love... I ask you are committed to trying to fall in love... with me, and let down your walls," Krysten said, adding how she needed to feel his hope in that department.

Mitch promised to keep working, and Krysten said she was devoted to being "all in" and vulnerable. Krysten was ready to let down her walls and give Mitch everything she had in the last two weeks of the extreme experiment.

Pastor Cal then met with Nate and Stacia, and he asked if concrete words had been said to solidify how they feel about each other. Stacia said she had feelings of unconditional love for Nate and already told him, "I love you." But Nate had yet to reciprocate those words.

Nate said he admired his wife and admiration ties into love. Nate gushed about Stacia's amazing qualities and said he had actually stopped himself from saying "I love you" a few times.

"I think I'm waiting for the right moment. And one of my insecurities is falling in love and getting hurt," Nate shared.

Nate had never been cheated on, but Stacia had. And then Stacia revealed she had cheated on someone before about 10 years ago, which seemingly caught Nate off-guard and really shocked him. Nate felt disappointment in that moment and called it "alarming."


Nate said he viewed Stacia as a good woman but cheating is not a good thing, and Stacia explained how she was afraid to share more things about her past in case Nate would judge her.

Miguel later met up with Lindy's friend Stephanie, who warned Miguel that Lindy could get "hangry." Miguel said Lindy is easy to love and be around, and he gushed about her sense of humor, goofiness and how she's very outgoing.

Miguel said the baby brought to surface how he and Lindy deal with things differently in that Lindy would quickly get ramped up and angry. Stephanie said Lindy had the tendency to take things personally and get defensive, but Miguel said Lindy was working on bouncing back quickly and not getting triggered so easily.

Miguel didn't want to feel "censored" with his wife, and while he said it wasn't "a full-blown dealbreaker," Lindy's outburst would eventually weigh on him and push them apart.

Dr. Pepper and Pastor Cal then brought in relationship advisor Devon Franklin to meet with Alexis and Justin.

Alexis explained how she liked to let loose once a week to feel free and disconnect from the stress of her job, and she admitted she felt smothered in her marriage.

Justin said he never wanted to be "that guy" and it was hurtful to hear, and Alexis said she wanted to be adventurous with her husband, who said he was up for extreme sports, traveling and hiking. Devon asked the couple to be against the world together and find freedom-feeling activities to do together.

Justin said there was no problem with his wife feeling free but he was afraid to lose her if she got caught up in that feeling.

"I'm so proud of you," Alexis told her husband.

Devon told Justin that he'd never be able to make his wife happy if he's controlling, and Justin discovered that he has some insecurities and would never want to be controlling.

Devon then pointed out how Alexis and Justin probably had yet to consummate their marriage because there was an imbalance of power.

Alexis said she wanted to be dominated in the bedroom, but Justin explained how he can only be dominant if the energy is reciprocated. Justin said if he got turned on and Alexis didn't match what he was feeling, he felt alone.

Dr. Pepper then paid Morgan and Binh a visit, and Binh said divorce would be "heartbreaking" and he didn't take that lightly.

Morgan shared how there's a softer side of her but she only shows it to people she really trusts, and Dr. Pepper said Binh had done some things that were very harsh and judgmental.

However, Dr. Pepper said Binh was truly apologetic.

"He's never come to me on his own and apologized. Every time he's apologized, it's been very prompted. I haven't gotten that remorseful, 'Oh my God, I wish I would've done things differently. I feel how much pain you're in.' I haven't felt that from him," Morgan said.

Binh shared how growing up, his parents didn't show much emotion and so he wasn't able to externalize his emotions well. Binh said he ran away from his emotions as a child and still continued to do so.

Morgan didn't think even a friendship with Binh was salvageable at this point because she needed "that trust," and so Dr. Pepper said it sounded like Morgan and Binh's Decision Day.

"Morgan, do you feel that at this point the marriage is over?" Dr. Pepper asked.

"Yeah, yeah. The marriage is over and I do want the divorce. It wasn't meant to be. It wasn't meant to work out, and it's unfortunate that we had to go through what we went through in order to find that out. But still, it has come down to a divorce," Morgan revealed.

When Dr. Pepper asked Binh if he wanted a divorce, he also replied, "Yeah, I want a divorce as well, for different circumstances. Obviously I need to still work on myself and figure out who I genuinely am, and so I'm not ready to be married. And I really thought that I was ready."

Binh said it was frustrating and he was going to become the first person in his family to be divorced. Binh is also the only person in his family who's not a doctor, and so he had a lot of pain and insecurity weighing on him.

While eating together one day, Mitch warned Krysten that his habits around the household may get a little more intense and his environmentalism may become more extreme because he had been trying to hold back a little bit while getting to know each other.

For instance, Mitch said he no longer wanted to use paper towels, and Krysten said she'd be okay with that as long as she wasn't the one always washing the cloths. Mitch agreed they needed to work out a system.

Krysten then got annoyed with Mitch slurping his noodles, and Mitch told the cameras that he needed to find a way to tell Krysten that he was more attracted to her when she looked natural, with less makeup and casual clothing.

Later on, Nate met with Stacia's friend and cousin, and he gushed about how Stacia is transparent and driven but he could tell there was hurt behind her eyes. Stacia's loved ones were afraid Stacia would take a step back and shut down if Nate couldn't say, "I love you."

And Nate feared he may not be able to live up to what would make Stacia happy.

With 11 days to go until Decision Day, Stacia grabbed drinks with Nate's friends Teddy and George, and the men said Nate only said, "I love you," to his family and so Nate clearly had a wall up. The men had never seen Nate in love, so this was a big deal -- and a first time thing -- for him.

Stacia wondered how Nate would know he's in love if he's never been in love with a woman before. Stacia said she was trying to be patient but didn't want to be in a loveless marriage.

Stacia felt she was "the constant regulator" in her marriage and that if Nate had been married to someone guarded, he'd essentially be in big trouble.

Lindy and Miguel then sat down with Pastor Cal, and Miguel said Lindy being overtly negative affected him and was a recurring issue. He said the pattern was unsustainable for him in the long run and so she they needed to address it.

Meanwhile, Mitch videochatted with Krysten's sister Rachel, asking for a way to tell Krysten that he liked her with less makeup on and casual clothes.

Mitch said he had anticipated being matched with a surfer girl or hippie, and he wanted to see Krysten in her natural state more.

Mitch was afraid to bring it up and say things the wrong way, especially since he had said he wasn't attracted to her at the start of their marriage, and Rachel suggested he needs to love Krysten for who she is and chooses to present herself.

Krysten found out about the conversation from Rachel and thought it was "rude" and "hurtful."

The cast later got together for a pool party, and Binh and Morgan apparently weren't on talking terms.

Binh revealed he may consider moving out of San Diego, and Morgan expressed how she's confident Binh is not the person for her and they can't be friends because she couldn't trust him.

Binh, however, said he'd be willing to be Morgan's friend and hoped for forgiveness someday.

When talking to the group, Mitch wanting Krysten to be more "earthy" came up in conversation, and Mitch said he didn't know what was going to happen on Decision Day. Krysten suggested that Mitch was controlling, and she announced how she was wondering if Mitch is who she wants.

Krysten also questioned if she'd be okay with staying with a man who's "unsure" about her after eight weeks.

"I think my need may be a little bigger than something that can be done in the next two weeks," Krysten announced.

The two Married at First Sight experts and Devon eventually joined the party and gave the couples more advice, such as Justin releasing his fears in the bedroom.

Krysten then asked Mitch if he was over his initial hurdles of attraction to her, because what Rachel had told her about her conversation with Mitch set her backwards.

Mitch admitted that he was most attracted to his wife when she looks more natural.

Pepper asked Mitch if he thought Krysten was beautiful and very attractive, and Mitch said she was beautiful and attractive -- leaving off the "very." Mitch also seemed angry for the experts putting him on the spot in front of everybody.

Dr. Pepper just wanted to verify Mitch's attraction to Krysten had grown, knowing Krysten needed some reassurance.

Krysten said she was shocked Mitch told her sister that he was expecting "a hippie girl" to walk down the aisle and he wanted Krysten to wear less makeup and let her hair be natural.

Krysten was upset to feel like Mitch had wanted a different girl, and she wanted to see that he liked her through action rather than throwing out nice words that sounded good. Krysten announced how the situation was "really embarrassing."

Krysten said Mitch had taken the opportunity of talking her sister to ask how he could change Krysten, which really bothered her.

Dr. Pepper thought this was a conversation Mitch and Krysten could get through because Mitch cared for Krysten a lot and found her attractive.

"If you talk things through, I think that you'll find there's enough attraction," Dr. Pepper began.

Krysten interrupted the expert and shared, "I really, really respect you guys. I do. I'm a huge advocate of the experience, but I am not going to accept he is attracted to me 'enough.' I am not going to accept that he has come far in this journey."

Krysten said she was "tired" of accepting Mitch's "triumph over eight weeks of needing professional help" to get there.

"He has made me be so confused about myself, and I came in a full woman -- a confident woman, who was so excited about life and to be a part of this... experience. I want somebody who is excited that I walked into the room. And I want somebody who thinks I am beautiful with a little bit of makeup on. And I'm done. I'm done."

Krysten demanded an apology from Mitch, and Mitch said this was a blindside to him.

"Oh my God, is this blindsiding to anybody?!" Krysten shouted out to the cast.

Alexis and Morgan seemed to be on Krysten's side, with Alexis and Justin joking about how Mitch wanted a woman who walks around barefoot and has dirty feet.

Mitch told the cameras that he was not trying to force his will on Krysten or change her. Mitch said he was trying to accept the person Krysten is and so this turn of events was "regrettable" for him.


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