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Instead, we, a sick and entertained public, are invited to laugh at people who are looking for love and permanent resident status and appear to be bound for total and complete failure. We are invited to laugh at people who are looking for love and permanent resident status and appear to be bound for total and complete failure.
A photo of Colt was subsequently published , showing him pulling down his lower lip, bloody and scratched up. The latest news about Colt and Larissa serves as an uncomfortable reminder that these are real people, and at least one of them could face the real consequence of not just being arrested but of having to leave the country.
Technically — and purely technically — 90 Day is focused on the idea of love. The same questions arise in every episode: Can love conquer all? Are they actually in love? Will everyone accept their love? The answers are always No, No, and Absolutely Not. Love could not conquer the fact that Mohamed, in Season 2, thought his wife had an, ah, odor problem that he decided to recount during the reunion special.
And in between all those hopes and wants they have for each other, resentment grows, destroying whatever chance they ever had to make a relationship work. The show constructs an egregious kind of power play between two people: The Americans seem to expect perfect gratitude and near subservience from their foreign partners in return for financing their move or other expenses, creating a vortex of financial and emotional debt.
The immigrants, on the other hand, often have unrealistic ideas about living in the US. The most recent season of 90 Day, which ends this Sunday, focuses on six train wreck couples. Their beautiful relationship is marred only by the fact that Olga lives in Russia, and Steven, jealous of how much attention Olga gives their newborn, is intent on perhaps kidnapping him and bringing him back to the US without his mother.