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'MAFS' Season 15: Fans find Lindy's decision to stay with Miguel 'terrifying', fear they won't last

Although Lindy and Miguel had some reservations about Decision Day, they eventually find the experience to be positive
UPDATED OCT 27, 2022
Miguel and Lindy in 'Married at First Sight' Season 15 (Lifetime)
Miguel and Lindy in 'Married at First Sight' Season 15 (Lifetime)

SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA: On Decision Day, things are looking bleak for 'Married at First Sight' pair Lindy and Miguel. However, their decision to stay together despite everything has been the most startling and supposedly "terrifying" outcome for the viewers.

Viewers are treated to a compilation of all their cute and humorous moments together. But it hasn't been all rainbows and sunshine for them recently. Lindy could be too emotional for Miguel, and she is concerned about his dominating personality. Can they pull it off? Lindy worries if she can spend the rest of her life dealing with her husband's "demons" and "controlling demeanors" in Wednesday's all-new episode of the Lifetime series.


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Miguel and Lindy in 'Married at First Sight' Season 15 (Lifetime)
Miguel and Lindy in 'Married at First Sight' Season 15 (Lifetime)

Dr Pepper Schwartz, a 'Married at First Sight' expert, points out that while Lindy and Miguel started off as "the lovebirds" of their group, they ran into some big trouble at the retreat when petty disputes over a photo and a dodgeball game grew into major concerns. Lindy and Miguel reveal to Dr Pepper and Pastor Cal that things have been difficult at times. "I’m constantly asking myself if I’m safe or unsafe," she adds. "We’re both very reactive," she says. Lindy is the first to share her decision. She claims she admires Miguel but is afraid when he withdraws and closes down.

Nonetheless, she believes they have a genuine connection and she "absolutely" wants to be together. Miguel delivers an emotional speech—one of the finest in the show's history, according to Dr Pepper—about how he's come to know the real Lindy over the last eight weeks and how he's "obsessed."

"Of course," he responds, "I want to stay married to you. My decision is yes."

Although Lindy and Miguel are concerned about Decision Day, particularly his concerns and her emotional outbursts, the two are eventually pleased with their experience. Lindy and Miguel say "yes" to each other and stay married since the positives outweigh the difficulties. Lindy and Miguel, who are ready to take their love to the next level, appear to have a happier ending.

Slamming the show's experts for sloppy work, a fan wrote, "My thing is these fake ass marriage counselors are garbage b/c a real marriage counselor w/ experience can see both Alexis/Justin & Lindy/Miguel are doomed. That is clear & they never address is w/ the couples." A piece of advice from a fan came in the form of, "Lindy and Miguel - I WANT them to run away from@each other." Mad at the fact that no experts stepped in to guide them, a viewer wrote, "Lindy and Miguel will not last. I’m mad no one stepped in and said “you do not want this. Either of you." Describing the couple's situation, a fan wrote, "Lindy flat out said Miguel was demonic and she still said yes lmao sis plan on having her very own exorcism chile."





Calling their relationship 'terrifying' a fan wrote, "Lindy staying with Miguel is terrifying. Like am I the only one who feels like he’s an abuser? She can’t do anything right for him." Shocked at Lindy's decision to stay with Miguel a fan tweeted, "Lindy stayed with Miguel after he embarrassed her during Dungeons and Dragons, let him ruin her adult prom, and stayed by his side after his atrocious rap performance which should have been the last straw lol." Calling out the producers a fan wrote, "These experts paid these ppl to say yes… Y’all won’t convince me otherwise because uh uh! #MAFS #MarriedAtFirstSight #Lindy #Miguel should’ve been an absolute NO!" An advice from a fan read, "Miguel-gives me narcissist vibes & the make believe is a no for me. Lindy-please go to counseling. Talk through your strict religious childhood so you can decide who you want to be."





Season 15 of 'Married at First Sight' airs on Lifetime on Wednesdays at 8 pm ET.

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