90 Day Fiancé: The Most Underrated Moments In Franchise History

The 90 Day Fiancé franchise is known for its many iconic moments, couples, and quotes, all of which fans enjoy recalling, and it's time to talk about special moments that are a bit underrated. Few viewers can forget the explosive relationship between Anfisa and Jorge Nava, while Danielle and Mohamed Jbali are also a "gateway couple" for many viewers. However, the franchise also contains some underrated moments that 90 Day Fiancé fans believe should get more recognition. 

The 90 Day Fiancé franchise was conceived as a look into the K-1 visa process. The show, which first aired in 2014, focuses on foreign fiances and fiancees joining their partners in the United States. The couples then have 90 days to marry. The K1-visa process has led to plenty of chaos and conflict, as couples work at committing, adapting, and coming clean about their pasts. Many standout 90 Day Fiancé franchise moments are very memorable, such as Chantel Jimeno calling her sister-in-law Nicole Jimeno a “b*tch-ass, sl*t-ass whore” and Azan Tefou admitting to only being about “55%” attracted to his fiancee, Nicole Nafziger. At the same time, some of the most surprising and humorous 90 Day Fiancé franchise moments flew under the radar. 

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At Reddit, U/Ivysmum asked users to share their underrated franchise moments selections. Some commenters discussed how Rosemarie Vega has bluntly agreed with Big Ed Brown that he was, in fact, a terrible person. Other people recalled David Murphey’s strange pursuit of Lana on 90 Day Fiancé: Before The 90 Days, which resulted in many awkward and comical moments that viewers loved watching.

Tania Maduro and Syngin Colchester are the latest 90 Day Fiancé couple to confirm their split. The season 8 duo was known for their drama, and Tania is widely regarded as a franchise villain who seldom thought about anyone else’s feelings. A prime example of Tania’s selfish attitude was on full display when the American Tania picked her South African partner Syngin up from the airport. Tania liberally threw flower petals all around the airport, which a janitor had to sweep up. Watching her grand gesture quickly go in the trash was a humorous moment for many franchise fans, who dislike the overbearing Tania.

Colt Johnson is known for his meddling mother Debbie Johnson, as well as his romantic failures with Brazilian bombshells Larissa Lima and Jess Caroline. Now wed to Vanessa Guerra, Colt also had a memorable fitness sequence on 90 Day Fiancé: Happily Ever After? which some fans consider truly unforgettable. After his relationship with Jess imploded, Colt asked Debbie to help him get in shape so that he could start dating again. Colt was filmed in a montage as he tried to hone his physique. Most clips like this end with some type of triumph, but Colt ran to a trash can and began vomiting following his workout. Many viewers thought the overall sequence was pure underrated comedy.

Ashley Martson and Jay Smith had a rocky season 6 relationship that ended in divorce. While Jay and Ashley were clearly not meant to be, viewers found Ashley’s friends to be quite entertaining. In one scene, Ashley and her friend got into a heated fight, which resulted in her buddy angrily leaving on a scooter. Viewers watched as the two women had their intense argument. Then, they saw her pal cautiously get on her scooter before tearing away from the scene. The action that unfolded onscreen was considered hilarious and fully entertaining.

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Mike Youngquist and Natalie Mordovtseva’s marriage was ending on Happily Ever After, and this is seldom a joyous moment. However, Natalie’s friend Juliana made the split unintentionally funny when she accompanied Natalie to Mike’s place to collect her things. During the tense event, Juliana asked to use the bathroom and then consoled Mike in a strange way. She told him that he still had his cat and his job. Juliana’s unique way of comforting Mike at a low point in his life has since been regarded by viewers as pure comedy gold.

Paul and Karine Staehle are one 90 Day Fiancé couple who relied on translation apps to communicate. American Paul and his Brazilian partner Karine hit plenty of obstacles as they didn't speak the same language. One comically awkward translation moment occurred when Paul was trying to ask Karine’s father for permission to marry her. He struggled to convey that he wanted to propose to Karine at a hotel, and his attempt at mimicking putting a ring on his finger to get his point across made it seem like he was simulating a sex act. Therefore, Paul’s proposal request came across as him asking Karine’s father if he could be intimate with his daughter in a hotel. It was a hilarious case of intentions getting lost in translation.

One iconic franchise moment occurred on 90 Day Fiancé: The Other Way. Laura Jallali visited a sex shop in Florida to purchase some items that she planned to take to Qatar. This happened after she made it abundantly clear that her new husband Aladin Jallali was not satisfying her. The cameramen interviewed adult boutique worker Melanie, asking the young woman if she knew where Qatar was. Melanie responded with the iconic line, “I have no idea where Qatar is. I sell dildos for a living." Amused viewers thought that Melanie's unforgettable line stole the show, and they wanted to see more from the hilarious employee.

Jihoon Lee and Deavan Clegg struggled to communicate on The Other Way, as the South Korean man and American woman did not speak the same language. Unfortunately for Jihoon, his translation app was little help. The app often translated the exact opposite message, and this made it appear that he was consistently letting Deavan down. His responses seemed awful and falsely showed terrible intentions. Deavan and Jihoon’s doomed romance came across as a comedy of errors to 90 Day Fiancé fans, who loved the ridiculously incorrect translations that Jihoon kept receiving.

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