This week's 90 Day Fiance news has been dominated by Larissa's arrest as we've learned more and more about what happened.
But now we have not one but two new sneak peeks for this weekend's episode.
Which two couples had huge fights? Take a look:
First, let's start with Jonathan and Fernanda.
After Fernanda exits the bathroom to find Jonathan seemingly dancing with another woman, she goes ballistic.
She confronts them (that's a bit of an understatement) and storms out.
Jonathan is clearly, visibly intoxicated but upset that she's upset. She demands the keys to the car.
"Do you want to get married with me?" Fernanda asks.
His behavior has, just as when she found another woman's thong in his apartment, made her second-guess everything.
Jonathan tries to address her doubts and insecurities.
"Of course I do," he insists, assuring her that he wants to marry her.
We're not shaming anyone for drinking, and we don't doubt his sincerety, but he would have sounded more convincing if he'd been less under the influence.
"Well show me!" Fernanda suggests. "Because I don’t feel that!"
Fernanda is clearly feeling hurt and angry and cannot help but wonder, once again, if she uprooted her entire life for nothing.
Jonathan is clearly distressed, but in his current state, isn't exactly helping his case.
"She's not even my type," he protests.
He means to sound sweet, but it totally misses the point. And Fernanda wants to leave — but she's not ready to talk about it.
Jonathan shares with the 90 Day Fiance cameras that this is caused by Fernanda's immaturity.
He admits that this sort of thing is exactly what they had warned him about.
He, too, is beginning to second guess their plans to marry.
Real talk: Fernanda is 19 years old. Jonathan is in his early 30s.
Of course there is a maturity gap. They're both adults, but they're at different points in their lives.
Did Fernanda overreact? Yes. That's not super surprising coming from a teenager.
That said, the two of them met in a club in Maxico in the first place.
Maybe Jonathan should be more sensitive of his fiancee's feelings and take a proactive approach to addressing her insecurities.
That said, the nice thing about these two is that neither of them is the bad guy.
Kalani and Asuelu's engagement is complicated by a baby and by Kalani's family.
Their fight, however, comes from a place of misunderstanding about baby safety.
Maybe it's a cultural difference, as Kalani suggests, or maybe Asuelu is just newer to being a parent.
But their precious baby begins crying while Kalani is driving.
(Also she's eating cheetos with her hands while she drives which makes me recoil; I use chopsticks for those)
Asuelu responds by wanting to comfort the baby, who is clearly in distress, but he does it in the wrong way.
Asuelu removes their baby from the car seat.
Car seats for babies are not optional or suggestions. Babies are small and delicate.
If you're going to have a baby hurtling along at 80 miles per hour, neither a seatbelt nor a parent's arms are sufficient protection.
Kalani tells him this — actually, she yells this at him. All the time, their baby is crying.
Kalani is eventually able to pull over, still very frustrated with Asuelu.
Asuelu says that he didn't know about that, and feels hurt that Kalani was less than gentle about educating him on it.
Once again, there's no real bad guy here — but it looks like Asuelu needs ot learn some more if he's serious about being a father.