90 Day Fiance: The Real Reason Tim Wants To Move Back To The U.S.

90 Day Fiance: The Other Way boasts the exciting twist of having the American cast member move to the native country of their significant other. It's great for viewers who have a case of wanderlust and the travel bug. Plus, it pushes the couple into a new level of trust and experience, taking a few cast members out of their comfort zone and guaranteeing some uncomfortable moments along the way!

Season 2 has delivered on all of these learning curves and then some. And during the Nov. 15, 2020, episode, fans watched the drama continue to unfold between Tim Clarkson and Melyza Zeta. Tim journeyed from the United States to be with Melyza in Colombia, but before they could relax and enjoy the honeymoon phase, Melyza had a secret of her own she wanted to share with Tim. Not only that, but Melyza has beef with Tim's mom, Robin, after she threatened to call the cops on Melyza. That's a lot to unpack, no?

Things continue to be difficult for Tim and Melyza, and in fact, Tim even wants to move back to the United States. Here's why.

Melyza still has reservations about Tim

90 Day Fiance: The Other Way has chronicled the ongoing relationship between Tim Clarkson and Melyza Zeta, and during the episode on Nov. 15, 2020, viewers got to see the couple attending couples therapy, according to TV Insider. During the session, Tim confessed that he wants to go back to the United States because he can't work in Colombia, as he's not married to Melyza. 

The real pickle is that Melyza isn't ready to marry Tim, especially with the case of infidelity in his past. "I just think that we're very early on in everything, and I think it's going to be kind of a breaking point for everything that we've accomplished so far," she explained, per TV Insider. "I don't trust him and if he has to go back, it's definitely going to make me nervous and uncomfortable." As for Tim, he stressed that the only reason he wants to move back is due to his finances.

The 90 Day Fiance Twitter account reminded viewers that this wasn't the first time Tim and Melyza have tried couples therapy. "They sought the advice of a therapist in Texas shortly after Melyza found out Tim cheated on her," the account noted. For some Twitter followers, this was a bad sign for the future of their relationship. But it's important to note that many successful partnerships thrive on therapy — it's not necessarily a negative. Only time will tell, we guess!