Tania is the worst, and Syngin must be wondering what happened to the woman he met in South Africa now he's confronted with this entitled, demanding harridan. It would have taken a day, or a weekend at best, to clean and tidy that shed - take everything out, thoroughly clean the room, clean the furniture, put it back, vacuum the mattress thoroughly, some nice new bedding, a blind, a few lamps and a rug, and it would have been just fine. It's inexcusable she left it dirty and full of junk until he arrived and then expected him to jump right to it.
Anny and Robert are both as awful as one another. I loved the grandma, and I don't criticise her at all for doing sex work. It's just work, it doesn't define her as a person or mean that she has no morals. She appears to have a very strong moral compass and clearly loves Bryson. I totally understand why she's so concerned about the appearance of this surly green-card tourist into his life.
I feel sorry for Blake. It's obvious Jasmin is only with him because her sister is already in LA and there's no other way for her to get to the USA. He is a patsy and too stupid to realise it. He has nothing to offer her, and she will be looking for a Rodeo Drive lifestyle that he can't possibly provide. But once she has the green card and her divorce, she'll find a rich man.
I skipped through the Michael and Juliana segments. They already bore me. And he skeeves me out.
I agree with Anna's friend that there is no way of having a relationship with someone whose language you can't speak. I can only guess that she and Mursel conducted their courtship solely via Google translate, but that's no basis for a marriage, or for him making any kind of a life in the USA. I can't imagine there are many Turkish speakers in the small Midwestern town they're living in. He'll be sunk if he doesn't learn to speak English quickly. He also dissed her beekeeping skills (in Turkish, so she doesn't know).
Mike and Natalie are adorable and genuinely appear to love one another. Her mum is so sweet and it's clear she loves Mike too. But I think Natalie will be in for such a shock when she gets to the USA. A farm in the middle of nowhere, with only Bojangles for company, is probably not what she will be expecting. It looked like a pretty rundown farm too.
I also noticed that in the photos we saw of the couple on his previous visits to see her, Mike was quite a bit slimmer than he is now. I know he's lost a ton of weight, but it looks as if it's starting to creep up a little and he'll need to watch that. I hope these two work out, and I think she will be a good influence on him living a healthy, outdoors life, maybe with a couple of children.
I love Bojangles. He's like a little gnome who lives in the barn. He's probably related to Mose Shrute.