Spoilers for “It’s All About the Journey,” Episode 5 of Season 16 of “Married at First Sight,” follow.
The five couples at the center of Season 16 of Lifetime’s social experiment, Married at First Sight, are currently enjoying their honeymoon in the Jamaican paradise.
This episode, titled “It’s All About the Journey,” follows a newlywed couple as they grow closer and experience some initial difficulties in their relationship. Be warned that below we discuss spoilers for the entire plot, including major events, characters, and plot twists.
What Will The Fifth Episode Of Season 16 Of Married, At First Sight, Be Like?
Clint and Gina’s relationship is off to a rocky start this week on Married at First Sight, as Gina is shown in a sneak peek saying that she does not like redheads or Gingers. In order to be “open-minded,” she admits that she is sometimes confused by the “unexplainable” nature of physical attraction. Another thing Gina has to say is:
Clint expresses his displeasure with this development in a confessional-style essay, stating that he feels Gina made an inappropriate statement so soon in their marriage. For further clarification, Clint says:
One of them will discover that their new spouse does not share their enthusiasm for activities like ATVing and snorkeling, revealing a deep-seated fear of heights and water that has never been expressed before. As an added bonus, after a significant confession, a woman may begin to question whether or not her husband still loves her.
Synopsis Of The Fourth Episode Of Season 16 Of “Married At First Sight”
After marrying a “stranger,” the couples in the season 16 finale of “Married at First Sight” spent their wedding night together, but no physical intimacy was shown.
The discovery that Gina and Clint are both early risers brought them much joy. Nicole was hoping that her husband Chris would help her break her habit of consistently being late to social events.
The story of Airris’s cousin, who inspired him to abandon his wedding vows, was shared with Jasmine. Chris and Nicole cried while discussing their past relationships. Domynique was asked by Mackinley’s mom if she was interested in relocating to Michigan with her husband.
Each week on Wednesday at 8 p.m. ET, Lifetime will air an episode of Married at First Sight.
On Decision Day Of Season 16 Of MAFS, Only One Couple Said “Yes”
Based on the spoilers posted by the Instagram account MAFSfan, it appears that only one couple from this season of Married, at First Sight, will choose to stay together after Decision Day.
Fans can anticipate that early frontrunners Nicole and Chris will have some squabbles as they progress through the eight-week social experiment, but that they will ultimately reconcile and move on.
Someone wrote in their Instagram Story, “The one couple that stayed married on Decision Day is Chris and Nicole,” and added, “They are still together as of [January 2023]!
” There may not be any concrete evidence yet that Nicole and Chris are Dr. Pepper and Pastor Cal’s latest success story, but the Instagram account accurately predicted the winners of seasons 13, 14, and 15 of Married at First Sight.
What Is Married At First Sight About?
The hit Danish format “Married…” served as inspiration for the concept of Married at First Sight on Lifetime, in which participants enter into a legally binding marriage with someone they’ve never met before.
Each couple is selected through scientific matchmaking by a team of experts, including a spiritualist, a relationship coach, and a sociologist; no one in the couple will have met before the wedding.
After that, the series follows the couples through their lives as husband and wife, from the wedding to the honeymoon and beyond. Each couple has to decide after a few weeks if they will stay together or break up.
Unfortunately, the MAFS success rate is quite low. Only seven couples out of 82 that were paired by experts are still together after three years. That a reality show can have such an impact on people’s lives is evidenced by the fact that one of those couples is now legally married.