The seemingly married solid battles for politics when Brett & Myrla name their husbands Ryan & Gil’s views a “dealbreaker”
The cast of THE MARRIED at First Sight had a dinner that grew tense when a dispute over politics led two women to question their marriage.
In an exclusive clip from today’s episode “Married at First Sight,” Gil stated that if his wife were Republican, it wouldn’t be a deal breaker for him.
Married at first sight, the couples argue over politics tonightCredit: Lifetime
The discussion led Brett to question her marriage to RyanCredit: Lifetime
But his wife Myrla disagreed when she replied, “For me it would be! Can I get the divorce check? “
Gil continued, “That wouldn’t be an issue for me because it doesn’t matter in a relationship. I will not let myself be bothered by what I feel for a person. Politics shouldn’t share a house. This is one of those things that you and I find common ground and go from there.
“But my reasoning behind this is that if I’m in an area in my career where that person is making my career bloom, because that person is passing laws and things of that kind that have helped me, then I’ll be on that person’s side stand.
“Not because of himself, but because of the politics that he pursues for my career.”
Myrla then said, “This is a deal breaker for me.”
Gil’s comments made Brett ponder her own marriage to Ryan, as she said in her confessional, “Ryan and I definitely have different political views. I was very open-minded about political leanings and the things I know about Ryan and his background.
“I’m afraid it’s a potential problem for our marriage.”
Ryan then said, “If you’re so interested in one way or another, they’re not for me.”
Married on First Sight airs Wednesdays at 8 / 7c on Lifetime.
Myrla calls her husband Gil’s views a “deal breaker”Credit: Lifetime
Brett fears their views will pose a “potential problem” in their marriageCredit: Lifetime
Married on First Sight airs on WednesdaysCredit: Lifetime
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