Big Ed and Liz’s tumultuous relationship has been characterized by constant fights and breakups. Despite their engagement, the conflicts between the 90 Day Fiancé stars have not diminished. Now, with the premiere of their new spin-off series, Happily Ever After, it’s clear that their arguments are only escalating.

This time, Liz’s daughter, Ryleigh, from a previous relationship, also found herself caught in the crossfire of their fighting. What exactly sparked the intense argument between Big Ed and Liz? Will their ongoing feuds prevent them from walking down the aisle? Here’s what happened during filming.

In the eighth season of 90 Day Fiancé: Happily Ever After, Big Ed and Liz’s toxic relationship takes center stage. In the previous Tell-All episode, Big Ed asked Liz to return her engagement ring. However, they decided to seek therapy at The Last Resort in an attempt to repair their bond. The new spin-off will reveal whether their efforts were successful.

In one episode, Big Ed, Liz, and Ryleigh come together to make a breakfast pizza. However, their time in the kitchen quickly turns into a heated argument. Big Ed complains about the mess they are creating and expresses his annoyance at having to clean the floor. Liz tries to calm him down, but he continues to place blame on her. Eventually, Liz can’t contain her frustration and shows Big Ed the dirty marks left from when he made pasta.

It is Ryleigh, the 10-year-old daughter, who suggests that they stop fighting and clean up the mess together once they finish baking. During this exchange, Big Ed refers to Liz as a “little brat” for bickering with him and demands an apology. While 90 Day Fiancé fans are accustomed to seeing Big Ed disrespecting people, they were disappointed by his willingness to engage in a fight in front of Ryleigh.

As the new episodes unfold, viewers will have to see whether Big Ed and Liz can overcome their constant conflicts and find a path towards a harmonious future together.

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