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Love is Blind recap: Relationships fall apart as ‘I do’ approaches in this tense ending

Some may pay attention to the relevance of marriage in 2022, but Love is blind proudly uses this organization as its North Pole. All roads and all episodes lead to this tense 75-minute ending, where audiences discover whether actual strangers can commit to living together after getting engaged. It was a stressful choice, but an essential part of what made this experiment so extraordinary.

In the final episode, five couples prepare to make a big decision at the altar. After Watch these hopeful couples grow closer together and learning more about each other’s quirks and insecurities, the finale could easily lead to 10 “I should do” statements or no sentences at all. Although many romantic relationships seem genuine, conflicting personality types, different world views and yes, the degree of mutual attraction is not balanced which means there are no guarantees as to how these weddings will turn out.

Here are the spoilers for the finale of Love is Blind season two.

It’s true that reality TV can manipulate how “real” the footage an audience ultimately sees – but the reality is Love is blind The hinges of the law and in many cases a commitment to spirituality and religion are helpful in bringing this quirky concept back to earth. Through their tears, wavering lips, and shaky voices, it’s clear that the cast takes this process seriously. There are real emotions involved, and egos that really have to be bruised when things don’t go as planned.

“I just married the woman of my dreams,” said Jarrette with a grin, after his pastor father successfully performed the ceremony for him and new wife Iyanna. “I’m on top of the world right now.” Even though they’re on the road to full happiness (aka Jarrette likes his fellow contestant Mallory first), it’s heartwarming to see them rejoicing at the prospect of starting a new life together. together.

However, the most gratifying moments of the episode come to those who say no. With the audience is family, friends and millions Netflix subscribers worldwide, the pressure to say “yes” to make sure everything works smoothly must be enormous. But not everyone is like that. Take Deepti and Shake: in the dating pod, where they talked for days before meeting in person, they forged a deep bond thanks to their many similarities. One of them involved the fact that they were of Indian heritage and had primarily dated white, blond people prior to this test. In many ways, they get the most out of the show; Even though they both go against their “kind”, can they build a connection for life?

“In the past, I ran away from my culture and Indian women, but now I just embrace who I am,” admits Shake at their wedding, which was filled with customs and embellishments. traditional dress. But while Shake feels pride in his legacy is a positive motivator, he seems to see Deepti as a mere plot point in his personal growth journey, rather than a someone she respects. Throughout the season, Shake has expressed his fear of not feeling attracted to his fiancée, despite greatly appreciating her personality. At some point, he even calls her feeling “like an aunt” to him – not quite the romantic response anyone would expect.

Natalie is engaged to Shayne after falling in love in the guise

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Fortunately, Deepti doesn’t have to watch the footage again when she learns that her husband married her out of obligation rather than lust. Sensing Shake’s conflict, she rejected his marriage: “I deserve someone who knows for sure. So I’m choosing myself, and I would say no. “It was a powerful moment, especially when Deepti’s mother rushed to give her daughter her full support when she made a heartbreaking but necessary choice.

Elsewhere, the breakdown of Natalie and Shayne’s relationship at the “I do” moment feels like a much-needed exhalation. Despite their objections that they were “best friends”, their flirting seemed unstable and inappropriate from the start. Fighting the night before the ceremony didn’t help either. After Shayne declares that she is “the worst thing that ever happened to him”, Natalie realizes that their problem is too big to be ignored just because of a wedding. “When I stood in front of the altar with Shayne, looking at him, I felt tension and fear,” she admitted to the camera. “I really, really love him, but I think love can only go so far.” That’s a relief. But the fact that without the fight, they might have been married (and possibly divorced at the time of the broadcast) is a bit unsettling. Perhaps it shouldn’t be encouraged that people make a life-changing choice with someone they barely know after six weeks of constant emotional turmoil?

While this season lacks some of the magic that made its first episode so successful, Love is blind season two is a captivating adventure, all the same. At a time when many people will want to enjoy something that is both easy and enjoyable, the conclusion for Love is blindA second run is ideal. But for all the shows that see marriage as the ultimate love goal, its real success comes in showing that choosing yourself can make for the happiest ending.

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Tom Vazquez

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