For Better or For Worse

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Upcoming episodes

Jun 25th
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Shannon & Erik

Shannon Silva, a San Diego event coordinator, and Erik Birkfeld, a computer software designer met two and a half years ago at a Music Festival and became engaged one year later. They recently bought a townhouse together and have not had the money to throw a proper wedding for their friends and family. They see themselves as ‘non-traditional’, but traditions seem to be a big part of them.
Jun 25th
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Ian & Amanda

Amanda Harp, an aspiring writer and actress and Ian Harrison, a musician became engaged just this past Christmas morning. Ian got down on one knee and proposed at sunrise on a beach in Malibu, California. Both Ian and Amanda describe it as a magical experience, with whales and dolphins in the distance and birds chirping. The couple consider themselves “modern day hippies” with a spiritual base.
Jun 25th
200p

Chris & Katrina

Katrina Overland, a new wave hair-stylist and Christopher Ramirez, a mechanic, both from Stanton, California, became engaged on Valentine’s Day after a two-year relationship. They each have a young daughter from a previous marriage and dream of building a family together. Chris grew up in a large, extremely close Mexican family and wants to continue that tradition. Katrina is kind and quiet with a funky sense of style, as evidenced by the pink streak in her black and blonde hair.
Jun 25th
300p

David & Sharon

Sharon Mosley, a medical case worker for the Los Angeles department of Mental Health and Dr. David Richardson, a psychologist at Charles R. Drew University of Medicine and Science got engaged six months ago. David proposed to Sharon several times, but it wasn’t until they were on a beach, when David got down on one knee, pulled out a ring and asked for her hand in marriage, that she finally accepted.
Jun 26th
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Chris & Katrina

Katrina Overland, a new wave hair-stylist and Christopher Ramirez, a mechanic, both from Stanton, California, became engaged on Valentine’s Day after a two-year relationship. They each have a young daughter from a previous marriage and dream of building a family together. Chris grew up in a large, extremely close Mexican family and wants to continue that tradition. Katrina is kind and quiet with a funky sense of style, as evidenced by the pink streak in her black and blonde hair.
Jun 26th
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David & Sharon

Sharon Mosley, a medical case worker for the Los Angeles department of Mental Health and Dr. David Richardson, a psychologist at Charles R. Drew University of Medicine and Science got engaged six months ago. David proposed to Sharon several times, but it wasn’t until they were on a beach, when David got down on one knee, pulled out a ring and asked for her hand in marriage, that she finally accepted.
Jun 28th
200p

Randy & Kelli

Kelli Hinckley, a mortgage insurance broker and Randy Cowell, a hair product salesman, live in Huntington Beach, California. They met in Las Vegas when Randy was the only guy at an all-girl’s weekend two years ago. They fell in love and have been together ever since. They are the ultimate ‘good-time’, heavy-partying couple who compliment each other perfectly
Jun 28th
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Chad & Jacqui

Chad Hepp, an entrepreneur, and Jacqui Dominguez have been living together for seven years. Then two years ago, Christmas Eve, Chad surprised Jacqui by proposing with a ring she’d fallen in love with five years earlier. She accepted. Both felt that they had a lot of growing up to do before settling down and getting married.
Jun 29th
200p

Art & Janny

When Janny and Art first met six years ago, they had no idea their family and friends were going to be planning their dream wedding. But these two video gamers have agreed to give up total control of their big day to wedding planner Matt O’Dorisio and the six members of their wedding team, all of whom have very different views about how the ceremony should go.
Jun 29th
300p

Eddie & Sasha

Sasha and Eddie are the quintessential California couple. They met while bartending at Outback Steakhouse and, before they knew it, they were raising a glass to their own engagement.