About Part 2 of 90 Day Fiancé: Happily Ever After? On the Season 7 Tell All Special, Big Ed Brown demanded Liz Woods return the ring.
reason? Well, he felt humiliated because everyone caught him in a silly lie.
That might sound like typical Big Ed toxicity, but some fans aren’t sure.
On Tell All, some people focused on the all-important details. Did the production set Ed to fail?
As we recall, early in part two of the four-part Tell All, Rosemary Vega was debunking Big Ed’s lies.
Sean asked the 90 Day Fiancé villain if he was in touch with his ex Rose. It was a simple question and should have been easy to answer.
Instead, Ed fumbled and lied. He started with a silly “I don’t know” and settled for a disingenuous “no.”
Rose pointed out that this is not true. Not only did Ed keep in touch with her, he asked her to video chat on multiple occasions.
In fact, he even went so far as to ask her if she would fly to the Philippines to visit her.
The production had already taken transcripts of those conversations and put Ed’s request on screen for Liz to read.
The main problem with the message was that Big Ed apparently lied to Liz.
But this is also why some 90 Day Fiancé fans think the drama is fake, or that the production set up Ed.
why? Late August 2021 due to the date of the message. we actually covered this Unfortunately some people don’t follow me Hollywood gossipAnalysis of 90 day fianceeHard to believe, but it’s true.
So what are fans worried about? timing. Between social media cues and Elizabeth’s pregnancy timeline for her potstone, Tell All was taken in September 2022 of her.
Ed’s text with Rose dates back to late August 2021. That was over a year before her on Tell All.
So are these messages just juicy empty burgers set up by the production to provoke fights?
Obviously, stirring the pot is the production’s literal job (sometimes).
Wouldn’t it be absolutely wild if a producer’s idea of showing inflammatory text out of context led to on-screen divisiveness?
Some fans wonder, is that really what happened to Big Ed and Liz?
But it’s not.
First, Big Ed is a grown man in his fifties. He’s not in fifth grade. Exactly one year ago isn’t a “long time” when it comes to getting in touch with his ex.
(It is also possible that some of his contacts with Rose were more recent than late August 2021.)
But second… this is not what it was before I met Liz. In fact, Ed’s request to visit Rose in the Philippines week After he proposes to Liz.
And for those of us who paid attention in Part 2 (to be fair, there was a lot of drama in that two-hour episode), Liz also explained the timeline.
She and Ed basically have to think hard about whether or not they were actually together when he sent that message to Rose. Because the Part 2 split was their 11th breakup.
Getting in touch with your ex-boyfriend may or may not be normal. It depends on many factors.
Even if you’re “on a break,” it’s a big deal to ask a new person to pop out and visit your ex about a month after proposing.
Ed didn’t have to use his well-deserved humiliation as an excuse to attack Liz.
Also, if your ex asks if you’re still in touch with him, you should honestly say yes, even if it’s been a year.
Especially if the question was raised on Tell All.
Don’t let Sean ask if the production knows the answer. It’s like a lawyer asking a question in court, Ed.