This week's episode of Marriage Boot Camp: Reality Stars was the season finale, and after two weeks of hell the reality stars had to decide if they were going to stick it out in their relationships or move on without their other half.
At the end of last week, the couples were separated for a night to really think about the state of their relationships and decide if they were going to give their spouse back their wedding ring at the ring ceremony. Well everyone except for Tyson, because that prick never gave Rachel a ring in the first place.
Tyson was literally still second guessing what to do with Rachel, and all the other guys were getting seriously pissed off at him because he's such a pig.
"If Tyson was my sister’s boyfriend, I definitely would’ve told him he needed to propose or get lost a long time ago," Spencer said.
Back on the women's side of the house, Aviva was questioning whether or not slimy Reid would give her back her ring at the ceremony.
"I think Reid and I have a great relationship and he’s an amazing guy," Aviva confessed. "BUT if I have done something ever to piss Reid off, it’s not beneath Reid to get me up there and to not give me a ring." That sounds about right.
Spencer was freaking out a bit because until recently, he didn't realize how serious Heidi was about starting a family with him.
"I did not realize how serious this baby shit was," he said. "But now this is life or death type shit. I thought this was marriage boot camp, not baby boot camp."
When Spencer met with Jim before the ring ceremony, Jim told him flat out that he needed to man up and make the right decision.
"If you’re just playing her along and you’re never going to have kids with her, then you’re a horrible person and you need to let her go," Jim said.
"I’m definitely debating not giving Heidi the ring because I feel like I’ve not treated her right and I don’t deserve to be wearing a wedding ring that’s connected to her," Spencer confessed."
Finally came the ring ceremony, and what a flop that was! Literally every single couple did the respectable thing and gave their spouses their rings back!! Even Heidi and Spencer, who actually decided to start trying for a baby in September.
The only couple that was left was Tyson and Rachel...surely they'll give us some drama, right?! WRONG! Rachel had made up her mind that if Tyson didn't propose at the ring ceremony she was going to leave him for good, but the pig actually got down on one knee and asked Rachel to marry him. Boooooring.
So does this mean they live happily ever after? Yeah right!
What did you think of the finale of Marriage Boot Camp: Reality Stars? Sound off in the comments below!
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On this week’s episode of Marriage Boot Camp: Reality Stars, everyone gets hooked up to a lie detector and asked questions not only about themselves and their relationships, but about other couples in the group. Yikes.
Everyone is extremely honest on the lie detector tests, even admitting their own faults and f*ck ups. Everyone, that is, except Aviva and Reid. The two of them literally are deceptive on every single question, which shocks no one.
When asked if she came to boot camp to work on her marriage, Aviva lies and said yes. Of course you didn’t come to boot camp to work on your marriage! You came for an extra 15 minutes of fame. You don’t even like your husband!
After the lie detector exercise, the couples were told that the have a hall pass for their last night in the house to reflect on their relationships and make their final decision of whether or not they still want to be with their significant others.
The guys and girls split up and go in different party buses to different clubs. The guys are actually having fun and being really good. That is until Reid’s bright idea to invite a bunch of girls over do dance with them at the club. All the other guys are like WTF dude? Then he gets drunk and starts in with the LAMEST game you’ve ever heard in your life. He’s even offering $60 to some random girl to give Tyson a blowjob and he thinks he’s hilarious. No one’s amused.
The girls are having a great time, especially Heidi who is dancing her surgically enhanced ass off at that club.
“Heidi has been lying to us,” Syleena said. “Apparently she used to be a stripper.”
Guys are hitting on Rachel left and right and Heidi is drunk dancing like a slore, yet tells every guys who comes over to watch to f*ck off! On the party bus ride home, Heidi and Aviva get into a screaming match that leaves Heidi crying in a corner. Aviva of course plays the victim, which makes everybody hate her even more.
When they get back to the house and meet back up with the guys, everyone gets filled in on what happened with their significant others. Rachel is pissed when she finds out that Reid tried to buy Tyson a blowjob. As the night winds down, Reid and Aviva are on everyone shit list and everyone goes to bed knowing that they all have to make a huge decision the next day.
Who’s brilliant idea was this drunken hall pass?? Oh yeah, these quack TV counselors.
What did you think of Marriage Boot Camp: Reality Stars? Sound off in the comments below!