Catfish: The TV Show Recap 8/26/15- Devan & Rylan

By on August 26, 2015
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“Catfish: The TV Show” is getting even more and more ridiculous and I cannot take it. I turn on the show and I almost automatically smell the catfish, so to speak and there are red flags everywhere. You can keep up with this season of “Catfish: The TV Show” right here.


DO NOT DATE ON THE INTERNET! And if you do, which so many people have chosen to do nowadays as dating is super hard, notice the red flags. Take note when the person stands you up or asks for money or pretends that they have been abducted or won’t FaceTime with you. When things like that happen, just say no. Last week, Max was off doing his own thing so Nev had to recruit Machine Gun Kelly to help him out with their latest case. We meet Hundra, who comes from a super strict family and the fact that she has fallen in love with a woman online would not bode well with them at all. She is seeing Emily but it seems that Emily always has reasons for why they cannot get together and finally see each other. Hundra is ready to show the world that you can be gay and accepted if she can finally meet up with the girl whom she claims that she loves. Well, Emily turns out to be Melanie who is or was dating Geralyn.

After series of chats with the women, it comes to light via Geralyn that Hundra had come up with this whole situation on her own. She approached Melanie and Geralyn and wanted to let the world know that it was okay for Haitian women to be gay so she made it seem like a positive when it was a scam all along. MGK is mad because this occurred Father’s Day weekend and he felt like he wasted it with three idiots. When Nev goes to to check in on everyone a few months later, Melanie and Geralyn are still friends while Hundra refuses to believe that she has done anything wrong.

Tonight, a shy guy fears his online love may not be marriage material due to her suspicious behavior.

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