90 Day Fiancé: Did TLC Purposefully Leak Its Own Tell-All Footage?

90 Day Fiance: Before the 90 Days fans are very curious to know if TLC decided to purposefully leak its own footage and blame a current cast member.

90 Day Fiancé: Did TLC Purposefully Leak Its Own Tell-All Footage?

 90 Day Fiancé: Before the 90 Days' part 2 of the tell-all episode was released, all 10 hours of the raw footage, just ahead of the finale. Did TLC purposefully leak its own footage?

The TLC show, 90 Day Fiancé Before the 90 Days has become a very popular spin-off, garnering a mass amount of ratings and a cult following. Viewers have come to expect high-intensity drama from the reality celebrities. The network has even started to release one hour of the show early on their app so fans can get their fix. It came as a shock to fans when the tell-all footage was revealed. Last week, however, it was reported that one of the cast members, who was found out to be Erika Owens, had accidentally saved the raw footage to a folder in her YouTube channel which allowed fans to download and watch all 10 hours.

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Now, many spectators scrambled to see the footage, which was a bit boring, to be honest as it showed Shaun Robinson starting over for a couple takes, the castmembers patiently waiting their turn to tell their story, as well as David Murphy blindly defend himself with Lana (who by the way, is real.) The couple ended up meeting on day two of filming. The long clip also showed Lisa Hamme acting like a fool as she yelled at Big Ed.

But if you were lucky enough to be able to watch the footage before TLC found it and took it down, you would have noted that the unedited reel was not really that interesting. Some believe the network released the footage on purpose, so they could drum up more talk about their show as currently everyone is locked in their homes with a TV. If it turned out to be Erika’s fault, then she would have to pay the network $50,000 as she signed an NDA. One interesting fact that did come from the secret recordings was the fact that nowhere in the ten hours of recording did Geoffrey Paschel or Varya show up. Pretty much solidifying the rumor that the two had been banned from the show.

It would be interesting if TLC put their own recording out there, but not unheard of. The reunion will go forward, and it looks as if it was all done over Zoom which turns out to be plenty of drama when Big Ed hangs up on Baby Girl Lisa after she yells at everyone on the call. Fans are now looking forward more than ever to watch the edited version of the tell-all.

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90 Day Fiancé: Before the 90 Days airs Sundays at 8pm EST on TLC.

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The Flash Is Finally Doing A Comic Accurate Version Of Season 3's Savitar

Through Godspeed, The Flash seems ready to present a comics-accurate version of the villain Savitar, whose name was used for season 3's villain.

The Flash Is Finally Doing A Comic Accurate Version Of Season 3's Savitar

Warning: The following contains SPOILERS for The Flash, season 6, episode 18, "Pay The Piper."

seems to be setting up a comics-accurate version of the classic villain Savitar for season 7. The show previously introduced a villain called Savitar during season 3, but he had nothing in common with the original character apart from being an evil speedster.

Savitar first appeared in The Flash #108 in December 1995, though several issues would pass before his origins were revealed. Savitar had been a test-pilot for an unnamed third world nation at the height of the Cold War, whose supersonic jet was struck by lightning while he was breaking the sound barrier. This gave him a connection to the Speed Force, just like Barry Allen, and he took the name of the Hindu god of all which is mobile. Savitar devoted his life to studying the Speed Force, developing powers which no other speedster had, such as draining the kinetic energy from objects in motion to boost his own velocity. In time he attracted followers, with whom Savitar shared his power even as he drained the Speed Force from those speedsters who would not acknowledge his supremacy.

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The penultimate episode of The Flash Season 6, "Pay The Piper," seemed to establish that the character of Godspeed was connected to a similar figure as the comic books' Savitar. Earlier in the season, it was revealed that Team Flash had encountered four speedsters who wore the costume of Godspeed, but who had no intelligence of their own and spoke in electronic beeps. A fifth Godspeed appeared in "Pay The Piper," who made reference to a group that wanted The Flash's powers, saying "We deserve your speed." He also spoke of having been sent after Barry Allen by one who wished to attain ultimate velocity. Couple this with Godspeed displaying a power no other speedster had utilized before, and the comparison to the original version of Savitar seems clear.

While introduced a character called Savitar as the chief villain of season 3, all he shared with the comic book character was his name and delusions of grandeur. Dubbing himself "The God of Speed," this Savitar was ultimately revealed to be a time remnant of Barry Allen from an alternate future where the real Barry Allen had become trapped in the Speed Force following his final battle with Zoom. Shunned and rejected by Team Flash, this Barry Allen devoted himself to making his past self suffer as he had, ultimately securing his own dark future by killing Iris West.

While it isn't clear if Godspeed is merely connected to a character like the comic book version of' Savitar, or if Savitar might be one of Team Flash's old enemies who was brought back to life by Crisis on Infinite Earths, the idea of a cult of speedsters dedicated to destroying The Flash is an interesting one. While the show has had no trouble with adapting the mythology of the comics in the past, this is one instance in which a strict adherence to the original concept might have been preferred. In any case, it is clear that Barry Allen will be facing some new enemy in season 7, but what name and face they will wear is anybody's guess.

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