Married at First Sight

She’s spiralled off the charts and needs to just leave.

Bronte is the worst though… she is completely delusional. The whole Harisson and Bronte facade is just getting tiresome now.


EPISODE 29 final Commitment Ceremony

It has been eight long weeks in the experiment and the six remaining couples have reached the final Commitment Ceremony. It’s been an intense week and with Final Vows approaching, tonight’s decisions are crucial for every couple.

After last night’s intense Dinner Party, some couples are at breaking point. With Bronte having been a no-show, all couples are expecting Bronte and Harrison to leave. It has been a challenging morning for Lyndall and Cameron, with his admission of not wanting to compromise his life for Lyndall. Melinda and Layton are still at loggerheads and unable to resolve their issues.

They are the first couple on the couch. Melinda pours her heart out about how she felt when Layton refused to take part in the new pairings task, and not seeing her point of view. John calls Layton out for trying to control everything and makes him realise that he needs to let his guard down to really hear Melinda.

Ollie reveals he felt insecure during the couple swap task and missed Tahnee. He admits he often feels like he’s not good enough in life and how Tahnee reassures him by saying he’s more than good enough. They realise that they both needed to start telling each other how they feel, rather than just showing it in other ways. John commends Ollie for being brave and vulnerable.

Rupert and Evelyn are next, with Evelyn first pulling Harrison up on his relationship meddling and getting the group involved. Melinda pulls the conversation back to the couple and Evelyn reveals that she wants to be courted more by Rupert.

Cameron is still adamant he is not able to give up on his work commitments and that working remotely means Lyndall will have to compromise. Lyndall talks about how she is feeling and how much Cameron is asking of her. She’s scared to bring up moving and the future because of how he will react. He admits that he sees things in black and white and acknowledges he can change the way he speaks.

Next up on the couch is Duncan and Alyssa. Duncan tells us that he was broken and left crying after the couple swap task due to Alyssa not being able to hear or see how he is feeling or see things from his point of view. Alyssa is upset as she feels blindsided by this revelation – he never told her he was so upset.

The final couple on the couch is Bronte and Harrison. Harrison reveals that he’s put boundaries in place to hold Bronte accountable for her behaviour: talking poorly to friends and family about him and expressing the need to leave the relationship. He considers these things deal breakers. Bronte reveals that Lyndall heard Harrison call Bronte a gas lighter and fake. When Melinda asks him if this is true, he claims he doesn’t recall and Melinda challenges him.

Decision time arrives for Bronte and Harrison. Bronte reveals that she wants to stay because she wants to show Harrison her home in Perth. Harrison also chooses to stay. The group calls out the inconsistencies and Harrison fights back.

Nine has scheduled season 10 finale for Monday, March 27.

Here are the synopses for the remaining episodes.

The remaining couples set off on homestays to experience what life would be like with their partners back in the outside world.

The remaining couples have one last date to help decide if they want to stay together outside the experiment.

At the final dinner party, the infamous Honesty Boxes are delivered to the table for the last test of each couple’s relationship.

The Final Vows see some of the romantic and heartbreaking moments of the experiment as the couples decide whether or not to continue their relationship after the experiment.

With this week being promoted as the FINAL week.

Shorter season than last year. Maybe the producers have realised that nothing really has happened over the last few weeks and thought it would be best to get the end as soon as possible.

I stopped watching last week because they were just repeating the same things over and over, and it’s clear a few of these couples are fake.

Well there are 2 episodes next week as well!

It is only 2-3 episodes shorter by the looks of it. I think it’s just what they work with to end it early in the week before Easter non-ratings.

Although don’t we usually have a reunion dinner party and then a seperate reunion? Not sure how they will do that if it ends on Monday.