The toxic groom of the married At First Sight is accidentally exposed by his friends as a liar on Tuesday night after they start gossiping about him without realizing that the cameras are running secretly.
It’s an approach behind the basics from the producers and we really enjoy it. Pretend to turn off the cameras – classic. The rough and tumble scene shines with so much skill and precision the producers should be collectively awarded the Logie for Most Outstanding Public Affairs Report together Four corners.
These friends are obviously not MAFS veterans. In this show, there are two things we know for sure: The cameras are never really turned off. And the rumors are always true.
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Talking about things that may or may not be true, Bec tells Jake that she has to leave because her dog is sick or has to eat or graduate from college or something.
At last night’s engagement ceremony, he chose to leave the experiment, but then was trapped for another week when Jake revealed his decision to stay.
This is important to note, because – while we are not blaming her for telling the traces – it is a bit suspicious that her dog just opened this college graduation to everyone at the last minute.
“Obviously I’m going home,” he says. “I do not know how long I go home, but my priorities are now at the Oscars. I might not go back and… (I think) I might not go back to that. “
Jake shoots one last bright light at the glass doors of the elevator.
Ms. voiceover informs us that this week will be dedicated to the final dates and we are shouting in horror. Then we turn completely black when we see that everyone is dressed in shops from head to toe.
Obviously we will not analyze in detail all the end dates in this summary. If we wanted to endure this punishment, we would buy our own Red Balloon voucher and start a mid-week helicopter ride, eating supermarket cheese.
We are here to watch the scandal and if we have to go to Bryce’s house in Canberra to find it, then this is a Rex flight we are eager to board.
Melissa has a secret mission and promises to get Bryce’s companions for information about the reputation of the mysterious friend abroad. When Bryce goes to get some drinks from the bar, she seizes the opportunity and recites the call of events that plague her wedding.
“He dropped a glass of water and was rumored to have a girlfriend out of the experiment,” he sighs to friends, redefining the intricate story of how Bryce allegedly gave a gift to a friend to take back to a random lady in Canberra. . “Is there any truth to this girlfriend’s reputation?”
Do you think this Kween knows better?
Friends sit in an unpleasant silence as their eyes go out around the terrace.
“What did he tell you …” one of them tries, trying to find out the details so as not to hit Bryce’s story.
Melissa explains that Bryce said he saw a half-girl on Tinder and broke it as soon as he was accepted into this horrible show.
“I do not really have a lot to comment on. “If I knew more, I would go completely,” one of the other chicks nods confidently.
But when Bryce and Melissa leave the bar to finish the rest of their boring end date, friends suddenly have plenty to comment on.
The production crew lights up and packs laces as friends whisper about the supposed secret girlfriend.
“Do you think he lied to her?” one of them asks.
“Yes,” another shoots back.
“Yes, without a doubt.”
And this happens when one of the girls confirms everything: “Because the gift thing is real.”
We are surprised. Lies and scandal in Canberra – not something you hear every day.
Melissa keeps playing interaction with Bryce’s friends over and over in her head. They did not confirm the lie, but they also did not deny it. And now she is challenging her husband even more than before she started digging.
Either way, we would rather be incessantly lying in Canberra than tolerate whatever is supposed to be Patrick’s last date.
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