As for AJ and Stephanie’s relationship, they have no problem aside from the whole aspect of filming, prompting AJ to snap at the production team.
A lot happened in the fourth episode of “Married at First Sight” season 8 which aired on Tuesday night, January 22 on Lifetime. The episode featured the four couple, Luke & Kate, AJ & Stephanie, Keith & Kristine, and Will & Jasmine, during their honeymoon phase after spending the first night together in the previous episode.
Even after Kate confronted him last week, Luke still didn’t kiss Kate. However, Kate got closure as to why Luke wasn’t comfortable being affectionate with her. “Last night, Luke and I did have a talk about how he feels about me in terms of, ‘Is he attracted to me?’ And it came out that, no, I’m not his type,” she shared.
Dr. Pepper Schwartz said that the experts matched Kate and Luke because they both had been dating the wrong person and wanted a stable family life. He added that Luke was “sabotaging” his marriage as he was being so focused on Kate’s physical appearance.
However, Luke begged to differ. “It’s not all physical,” he told Kate. Luke, though, admitted that the situation between him and his wife was tricky. “It’s kind of hard to have her not be what I am typically attracted to, which is darker features. I like brunettes and dark eyes, and Kate is the opposite,” Luke said. “But I’m hoping the attraction will grow between us as we spend more time together.”
As for AJ and Stephanie’s relationship, they had no problem aside from the whole aspect of filming, prompting AJ to snap at the production team. “The filming and production part of getting ‘Married at First Sight’, it’s overwhelming,” AJ said. “I understand… in order to get Stephanie, this is what I have to go through. Is the juice worth the squeeze? Absolutely. But the stressors of the production aspect is mentally exhausting.”
Stephanie, meanwhile, was frustrated and started crying a bit at AJ’s erratic behavior. “That was the first time I’ve really seen him mad,” she said. “I hope that it’s not a small glimpse into what’s coming.”
Problems also started to come to Jasmine and Will. While Jasmine was a thrill seeker, Will is more reserved. “Will is the opposite of me so it’s challenging,” Jasmine said. “I’m hoping that he’s not like this in the future.”
In addition, Will was not keen on cleaning during vacationing. “I’m on vacation I don’t want to be wasting time folding clothes. Room service does that; I want to keep everybody employed,” he reasoned.
Kristine and Keith were seemingly enjoying the honeymoon the most among the four couples. Keith even dubbed Kristine his “best friend.” However, they sure had one issue to solve. They had to figure out where they would be living once they leave Costa Rica. Keith ruled out his grandma’s house, saying, “We’re too old to be a married couple at my grandma’s house.”
“Married at First Sight” airs on Tuesdays at 9 P.M. on Lifetime.
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