90 Day Fiancé: Before the 90 Days Season 4, Episode 13 airs Sunday, May 17 at 8 p.m. ET/7 p.m. CT on TLC. The description for Episode 13, titled ”The Pleasure Principle,” reads, “Geoffrey settles back home. Lisa confronts Usman. Ed leaves the Philippines. Avery and Ash spend time with his son. Darcey rethinks her priorities. Stephanie and Erika say goodbye. Yolanda wants answers from Williams, while David develops things with Lana.”
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Geoffrey Starts Dating Someone New But Varya Won’t Give Up on Their Relationship
Warning: MAJOR SPOILERS AHEAD! Turn back now if you don’t want anything ruined for you before the episode airs!
Tonight’s episode promises plenty of drama, tears, surprise visits and some shocking twists and turns. Lisa and Usman are planning to wed in a few short days, but she finds a message on Usman’s phone that might put a stop to their wedding plans. After a female fan messages Usman about his looming nuptials, he tells the woman he loves her, which obviously doesn’t sit well with Lisa.
Meanwhile, Geoffrey moved on fairly quickly from Varya and has a new girlfriend, who fans might remember from earlier in the season. He asks out his friend Mary, who had expressed on several occasions that she was interested in having a romantic relationship with Geoffrey, and the two go on a few dates. Although Varya’s been messaging him for weeks with no response, she doesn’t take the hint and decides to surprise him by flying to the U.S., where she shows up at his house and meets Mary.
David also has his first “date” with Lana, who shocked the world when she turned out to be a real person, and Yolanda is still waiting for answers from Williams, whom she refuses to believe is a catfish (despite the mounds of evidence). Ed also flies back to the U.S. after he and Rose broke up, and Avery contemplates her future with Ash.
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