"If another woman steals your man, there's no better revenge than letting her keep him."
This isn't their first breakup, though it may be their last.
Ed spoke out and claimed he's "definitely in love."
"It is MY past. It is MY life. It is MY choice," he wrote on his Instagram account.
Interviews point to a better relationship this season, but social media tells a different story.
Some lasting couples may surprise viewers, who saw their relationship drama unfold on the TLC show.
The new season will premiere at the end of February.
Their friends may have given a giant clue as to the couple's relationship status.
The pair met on Facebook over a mutual love of beekeeping.
Fans aren't confident in the couple, according to Twitter conversations.
"Then when I heard they're both sincere and talk to each other again, I'm thinking like, '[Why] should I continue this family feud?'"
Michael has spent over $100,000 on his fiancée, who has not moved to America yet.
Some are still going strong, despite distance.
"I can't control how other people react and do things," Darcey Silva told Hollywood Life.
Most viewers are tired of watching parents move in with people they barely know, especially when children live in the house.
A set of unique challenges lie ahead for the couples featured on the new season.
Michael is coming to America, which has some fans upset.
"America became a very unsafe place for me due to a family member."
The new season returns November 3.
"Jay and I have been talking."
At least one couple has split up.
A Facebook post implied there may be trouble with their relationship.
They may be filming another season.
90 Day Fiancé: The Other Way will air a "tell all" episode on Monday night.
"I need to look in my own soul and focus on being the best Larissa I can be," the reality star wrote on Instagram.
"Being on the show has made me realize that there is no such thing as a perfect relationship and we have our flaws."