90 Day Fiance: Elizabeth Potthast Castravet and Andrei Castravet tie the wedding knot for the second time on 90 Day Fiancé: Happily Ever After this week, but the event takes place in Moldova this time.
The beautiful ceremony was complemented with an equally nice reception. Elizabeth’s brother, Charlie after his father hands him over the microphone, and fans are understandably unable to stop talking about it.
Following the wedding, everyone heads straight to the reception, which has a pleasant atmosphere and features professional dancers as well. Several scenes show Elizabeth’s brother drinking, and at one point, she asks him if he has eaten as he continues to sip his drink.
Elizabeth tells her brother not to drink that much, and he walks away. “I mean, he could be royalty in Moldova, but he’s a f****** b**** a** in America,” Charlie says even before getting his hand on the microphone. “The king of Moldova, not s*** in America,” he tells his family at their separate table.
He ignores his father’s advice to “chill.” Elizabeth’s father, Chuck then gets a chance to give a speech, but it is overshadowed when Charlie reaches the mic. “Get your s*** together,” he says. Andrei replies, “enough,” but his antics do not end there.
“Don’t ask my dad for s***,” Charlie announces. “OK?” Andrei tells him to give the mic to the next person, but Charlie insists, “No. Come to America and earn your s***.” Libby adopts an effective method to end things, and starts clapping, prompting everyone else to clap as well.
Some fans on Reddit have their own opinion about what went down at the wedding reception. In a Reddit thread, fans discuss the situation with one Redditor saying, “I’m glad they didn’t take the mic away from him, and Libby and Andrei clapped like it was a good speech.”
Another fan cracked up when Charlie tried taking the mic from his father, while another fan claimed they were shocked after watching the whole scene. Just watching the episode now and got to this part and I’m in shock,” they said.
“Hands over mouth, cringing and chanting ‘Oh don’t do it, don’t let him do it,’ the whole time…,” a fan wrote. In the episode discussion thread, fans are talking about Charlie’s comments there as well with one fan wondering how many of the guests actually understood what he said.
“Was wondering if guests at wedding understood English, other than a few,” a fan wrote on Reddit. “I thoroughly enjoyed the camera work on Charlie during the wedding,” another fan who appreciated the camera work said.