’90 Day Fiancé’: Tom Brooks Reveals What the 28-Hour ‘Tell-All’ Was Like Behind the Scenes–’David Would Have Punched [Ed’s] Lights Out’
The 90 Day Fiancé: Before the 90 Days “Tell-All” took place earlier this week and things got ugly. Host Shaun Robinson didn’t let any couple off the hook. We learned why everyone broke up and what the cast has been up to since filming. And by no means did everyone get along.
Tom Brooks on the 28-hour virtual ’90 Day Fiancé’ Tell-All
Tom Brooks thinks filming the “Tell-All” at home made people bolder than they might have been in-person.
“I’ll give you the heads up, having been through the experience of doing a 20-hour ‘Tell-All’ in a studio, it’s kind of like six hours of people being relaxed and then a few people say a few things,” he said in an interview with The Domenick Nati Show on June 7.
Tom continued: “[The virtual ‘Tell-All’] was just like keyboard warriors at their best. You could say and do whatever you like and there’s no outcome. You’re not looking the person in the eye. I like sat over the whole 28 hours of filming over two days and I, never in my life, seen anything like it.”
Something that stuck out to Tom was that the online format of the show still catered to individuals who were concerned with “steal[ing] the show.”
“You know, you interact with people on a certain level and I think some people go with the intention to steal the show and that’s not always about being nice,” he said.
Two of the 90 Day Fiancé participants who really got into it were David Murphey and Big Ed Brown. During David’s interview, when he was giving everyone an update on him and Lana (they’re “not together” but David seems to think of them as still engaged), Big Ed repeatedly butted in to tell David that “this was a job for her.” David became so upset that he threatened to take his mic off and walk away unless Ed was removed.
“I think David would have punched [Ed’s] lights out if it was in the studio,” said Tom. Well, there’s one upside to filming at home: No punches were thrown.
Tom also said that filming at home was “really difficult.” That’s why it took 28 hours to film the two-night special.
“In fairness, it was really difficult because they could only have a certain amount of people on the screen at any given time. And then people kept cutting off,” he said.
Tom Brooks says he will not appear on ’90 Day Fiancé: Before the 90 Days’ again
Tom said in his interview with Nati that he is officially done with 90 Day Fiancé: Before the 90 Days.
“Realistically, what I want to happen is this show finishes now. So everything to do with 90 Day Fiancé: Before the 90 Days is done. You’re not gonna see me on another 90 Day Fiancé: Before the 90 Days. I wouldn’t do it. I just wouldn’t. You might see me doing something else, but that’s not the show I’d do. I wouldn’t want to sign up,” he said.