90 Day Fiancé: The Other Way Season 2, Episode 3 airs Monday, June 15 at 9 p.m. ET/8 p.m. CT on TLC. The description for Episode 2, titled ”Heart My Broken,” reads, “Deavan has serious doubts before moving back to South Korea. Kenny has an emotional family dinner. Ari’s family confronts her about Biniyam’s motives. Jenny takes a leap of faith to be with Sumit. Brittany is Jordan-bound with a shocking secret.”
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Sumit’s Brother Amit is Concerned About Sumit’s Relationship With Jenny
Sumit’s brother Amit is concerned about Sumit’s relationship with Jenny affecting his ability to take care of their aging parents. In the clip above, he tells Sumit that their parents still disapprove of Sumit dating Jenny because she is more than twice Sumit’s age, and older than their mother.
“They will be more than happy if Jenny will be like five year elder than you, or maybe ten years elder than you, but the number is double than your age,” Amit tells his brother. When a producer asks Amit if Jenny is the same age as their mother, he says, “Jenny is actually elder than my mom and that’s the thing my parents doesn’t like.”
Amit then adds during a confessional, “As it goes in India, an ideal son is to be like, helping the parents in their old age. After ten years, Jenny will be getting more older and he will be not available with my parents to help them out. He will be there with Jenny. And some of society will be looking upon my family with shame.”
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