With its eight seasons and over a dozen spinoffs, there are plenty of great 90 Day Fiancé episodes to binge. While some episodes highlight heartbreak between international couples, others showcase hilarious moments between them. Fish-out-of-water stories and odd couples are perfect fodder for laughs in fictional comedy, and the result is no different in 90 Day Fiancé.
The most hilarious episodes of the show come from 90 Day Fiancé‘s funniest cast members, in situations that bring out their one-liners and comic behavior. Fans love to watch the funniest episodes of the franchise over and over, even if they don’t put the couples’ finest moments on display.
“No Way Out” (90 Day Fiancé – S6, E8)
Larissa and Colt give 90 Day Fiancé some of its best episodes. Colt gets into his fair share of arguments with his partners on the series, but some of the best comedy from his segments come when he and Larissa interact with his family and friends.
In “No Way Out”, Larissa gets into a confrontation with Colt’s cousin John that many viewers rewatched over and over. John doubts Larissa’s integrity, leading her to disinvite him from their wedding. Most importantly, she unleashes her classic one-liner, “Who is against the queen will die!” in one of the show’s funniest family fights.
“Under Pressure” (90 Day Fiancé: Before The 90 Days – S3, E7)
Angela and Michael go through plenty of ups and downs during their time on 90 Day Fiancé, and her explosive temper makes for some of the series’ funniest episodes. In fact, many fans would call Angela one of 90 Day Fiancé‘s funniest women. The arguments can be hilarious with words alone, but their fight in “Under Pressure” gives audiences pure slapstick.
During the episode, Michael and Angela are on the outs again, so Michael buys her an apology cake. Angela suspects he is trying “to manipulate [her] with the cake,” and ends up smashing it in his face. The moment is right out of The Three Stooges and makes the episode a standout for comedy.
“Broken Promises” (90 Day Fiancé: The Other Way – S1, E7)
While 90 Day Fiancé seasons often lead up to highly-anticipated wedding episodes, the bachelor and bachelorette parties make for some of the show’s funniest episodes. While Paul’s struggles with his legal past in Brazil make for some laughs in “Broken Promises,” Ronald’s bachelor party is the main comedic event.
Ronald promises his fiancée Tiffany he won’t drink excessively at his bachelor party, and that no strippers will be in attendance. Hilarity ensues when he breaks all of her rules, even telling interviewers he is “a little bit tipsy” after audiences see him get a lap dance and chug beer after beer with his pals.
“Going The Distance” (90 Day Fiancé: Before The 90 Days – S1, E2)
Even if Paul doesn’t intend to be funny, he sure provides 90 Day Fiancé with plenty of hilarity. Fans have gotten laughs at everything from Paul running away from crew members to his mishaps with online translation. However, Paul’s funniest episode is the one in which he first travels to see Karine.
Before Paul heads off to Brazil, he shows audiences his mountain of supplies, including a full-body mosquito net and condoms meant to protect his genitals from foreign pests. He finally embarks on one of the show’s most strenuous trips, taking a several-day boat trip to meet Karine. The journey is full of the same tropes of a road trip comedy and delivers chuckles throughout.
“Meet The Family” (90 Day Fiancé – S4, E3)
Anfisa is one of the more blunt cast members of 90 Day Fiancé. She isn’t afraid to speak her mind, and audiences get a mouthful from the star over the years. One of her funniest scenes comes in “Meet the Family.”
Some fans might return to “Meet the Family” to watch Chantel and Pedro meet the family Chantel for the first time, but others come straight for the laughs from Anfisa. She tells Jorge everything he needs to get her in the episode, leaving fans laughing as he scrambles to meet her demands. This becomes a running storyline on the show, and audiences can’t get enough.
“Ripped Apart” (90 Day Fiancé: The Other Way – S1, E9)
Jihoon and Deavan are one of the more playful couples on 90 Day Fiancé, and they make audiences laugh along with them in their episodes. However, the show is known for moments of unintentional comedy between partners, and the laughs often come from romantic mishaps.
Jihoon proposes to Deavan in “Ripped Apart,” and the scene makes the episode one of the series’ funniest. Jihoon has to fish out his ring to Deavan out of her ginger-ale-filled champagne flute, and the sequence ends with shattered glass. Luckily for Jihoon, she still says yes.
“Meet The Parents” (90 Day Fiancé: Before The 90 Days – S1, E4)
It’s no secret that meeting the parents makes for comedy gold. Audiences have seen awkward moments when couples meet their in-laws in dozens of comedy films, and the situation proves just as funny in real life. When audiences meet Jesse’s parents in “Meet the Parents” the laughs come in droves.
Clean-cut model Jesse brings his girlfriend Darcey to his mom and stepdad’s home for dinner. Their eccentric style contrasts Darcey and Jesse, but the real comedy comes when they unpack their son’s relationship with blunt questions. Darcey tries to go with the flow, but the awkward dinner makes for laughs when Jesse’s father-in-law asks questions like “You’ve seen each other for a day and you’re already planning about having kids?”
“Secret, Secret, I’ve Got A Secret” (90 Day Fiancé: Before The 90 Days – S3, E6)
A few families get together in “Secret Secret I’ve Got A Secret”, and some meetings go smoother than others. Fans come back to the episode to check out the tense moments between Tim and Jeniffer’s dad, but nothing is as funny as when Benjamin meets Akinyi’s family. Some 90 Day Fiancé fans didn’t root for the couple, but that wasn’t about to stop Benjamin.
Akinyi is nervous for Benjamin in the episode, while he is “just nervous, point-blank.” Benjamin is a trooper, but fans can’t help but crack up when he finds out he’ll be the first boyfriend Akinyi introduces to her father. When Akinyi’s father doesn’t show up, things go from bad to worse.
“Cuts Both Ways” (90 Day Fiancé: Before The 90 Days – S4, E10)
Big Ed became one of 90 Day Fiancé‘s breakout stars. The fan-favorite made audiences laugh from his first scenes, showing off his technique of mayonnaise hair therapy. However, Big Ed got a broader audience to pay attention to him after the hilarious moments of “Cuts Both Ways.”.
In the episode, Big Ed and Rose get intimate for the first time. However, when the two discuss hygiene in the days following, things take a turn. Big Ed tries — not so gracefully — to tell Rose to brush her teeth more. When Rose explains she has an ulcer that causes her bad breath, Big Ed tries to back-pedal and tell her he loves her. When Rose calls Big Ed ugly in her native language in response, only Rose and the audience is in on the joke.
“Love Is A Battlefield” (90 Day Fiancé: Before The 90 Days – S3, E4)
There is no shortage of drama in “Love is a Battlefield.” Zied gets into an altercation with a stranger after he looks at Rebecca, Darcey is left in tears after a night with Tom, and Omar and Avery clash over wedding dress choices. However, fans love to rewatch the episode for Timothy and Jeniffer.
The couple meets for the first time in this episode, and their segments are full of comedic imagery. From Timothy’s massive teddy bear to his gold eye masks, he isn’t afraid to look silly going after Jeniffer’s happiness. However, he finds out he has bigger fish to fry when he and Jeniffer get into a hilarious spat over his over-stepping ex.
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