Warning! The following may contain spoilers for the Discovery+ series 90 Day: The Single Life. Read at your own risk!
While 90 Day Fiancé has often focused on couples hoping to get married, Discovery+'s spinoff 90 Day: The Single Life has taken a different approach. The series highlights former cast members in their daily lives, some of whom still hope to find love as part of the casual dating scene. Meme king Big Ed Brown is one of those featured in the inaugural season, and it seemed he found something special with his latest flame Elizabeth "Liz" Marie, though that may no longer be the case.
Unfortunately, Liz and Big Ed got into things in the latest episode when a meeting with Ed's daughter Tiffany Brown went south. The two seemed headed on the road toward a breakup, though that didn't feel particularly apparent until Liz may have spilled the beans prematurely in a recent Instagram post that featured pictures of her and Ed along with the caption:
Even though our paths have led us our separate ways, you’ll always be a great memory! Enjoy the rest of the season!!!
Based on that post, it seems as though it's safe to say that even if the two patch things up in a future 90 Day: The Single Life, they are done in the present day. Perhaps Liz posted this because it seemed obvious in the context of the episode that the two would break up, but we can only speculate as to what her motives were.
If there's an upside to Big Ed and Liz's breakup, it's that there doesn't seem to be nearly the same level of volatility between the two compared to Ed Brown's breakup with Rose Vega. Rose posted all sorts of nasty things about Big Ed after they officially split. In comparison, Liz shared some photos of the two looking happy together and sent a rather sweet message, all things considered.
90 Day Fiancé cast members spoiling plotlines either intentionally or unintentionally is nothing new, though it has happened a lot more frequently as of late. Natalie Mordovtseva potentially spoiled her and Mike Younquist's breakup after she applied to win a Maxim contest, and there's evidence that Brandon Gibbs and Julia Trubkina are no longer living with his parents. Of course, we've also been deceived before, and given Big Ed is a bit of a jokester, could this be an elaborate prank by Liz to fool fans? I'm doubtful, but we must consider every possibility!
90 Day: The Single Life airs on Discovery+ Sundays at 11 p.m. ET. For more potential spoilers on the 90 Day Fiancé franchise, read up on what Stephanie Davison had to say about her season of 90 Day Fiancé and her claims on what was faked.