Around the Water Cooler: MAFS Episode Twenty-Nine

Married at First Sight: It’s the show all your colleagues are talking about, and the pressure to join in is mounting. If you are looking for a way to join in the office banter without actually having to commit to watching the show, you have come to the right place!

We provide updates on every episode, summarising the hour-long show into a crisp few paragraphs so you can join your colleagues in a friendly laugh and spend your weeknights watching anything else!

Episode Twenty-Nine:

In this commitment ceremony, we said goodbye to some couples we wish we could see more of and were forced to stay with others we wish would just vanish.

Heidi and Mike were, for some reason, arguing about towels. It was all rather ridiculous, with Heidi once again finding a way to make a mountain out of a molehill. But they both decided to STAY, so I guess we will wait to see how #TowelGate works out.

Martha and Michael also decided to STAY, as did Ning and Mark.

Both Nic and Cyrell decided that it was time for them to LEAVE the experiment, as there was simply too much water under the bridge. Both had kind words to say about one another, and it all ended pretty civilly. But just so we are clear, we are still definitely Team Cyrell.

Tamara and Dan decided to STAY, despite some rocky times between the two. Dan put the troubles down to a lack of connection and seemed somehow unable to connect the distance between them to his infidelity. Weird.

Jules and Cam were loved up, and both decided to STAY.

Finally, the moment we have all been waiting for. Billy and Susie decided to call it quits because over the last few weeks neither of them seemed even the slightest bit happy. Both of them were rather bitter about the whole situation, but at least we won’t have to watch them argue anymore.

Jess continued to twist the knife and forced Mick to STAY another week. She cited some made up nonsense about wanting them to regain a friendship, but the whole group was able to see through the façade. She was called out by a lot of different couples for her odd behaviour, and Mick himself was fuming. But in the end, it didn’t matter because no matter how dodgy the circumstances if one person decides to stay, so must the other. Poor Mick.

Cutest Moment of the Episode:

Cyrell’s moment of self-love. Despite making peace with the end of her relationship, it was clear that Cyrell was hurting. But through this pain, she was able to express her pride in herself. “I didn’t find love on this experiment, but I’ll tell you one thing, I’ve never loved myself more than I do right now,” she said. It was the perfect exit for our fiery bride.

Most Hilarious Moment of the Episode:

The most hilarious moment of the episode was the expert’s blatant cluelessness when it came to Jess’s intentions. She was called out for inconsistent behaviour by everyone in the group, with Cyrell even pointing out her affections for Dan. But all three experts seemed to stick their head in the sand, like a gaggle of confused geese.