Catfish: The TV Show Recap 8/19/15- Hundra & Emily

By on August 19, 2015
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“Catfish: The TV Show” just keeps getting even more unbelievable as the seasons go by. Like I have said, I really cannot believe people waste so much time when there are so many red flags in front of them, so many that they have to call upon Max and Nev to fix the situation. You can keep up with this season of “Catfish: The TV Show” right here.


Last week, we were supposed to meet Sydney and Ayissha but that really was not the case in the long run. Ayissha met Sydney online and thought that she was cute so she friended her. They got along really well and it seemed like a great romance but eventually, Ayissha grew tired of the situation and broke it off. Yet, it seemed like Sydney always knew where her ex was and what she was doing which began to become super creepy. Let’s call Max and Nev because they do not have enough catfishing to deal with. Turned out that Sydney was really Whitney which did not bother Ayissha all that much since she had already invested so much into the relationship. Like many cases, Whitney had a hard time when she came out so she escaped to the internet where she began to make profiles and dating people.

Ayissha had gone as far as leaving school for this relationship just to find out that she was being played. Eventually, she accepted Whitney’s apology and when they checked in on the ladies, Ayissha was back in school. Yay for her while Whitney had joined the Navy, which will probably be the best thing for her in the long run. I still cannot get out of my head the episode where a couple had been dating for a decade but had never met. That was just way too much for me to handle and honestly, I am surprised that Nev and Max even wasted their time on that one.

Tonight, an unexpected same-sex romance spurs a woman to seek assurance that her online love is real.

Keep reading to see if it is true or false!

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