Temptation Island Season 2 Episode 8: ‘Role Reversal’, Streaming And Preview
Tonight’s episode of Temptation Island Season 2 Episode 8, titled ‘Role Reversal’ deals with the plot of guys
struggling to process the future of their relationships while the women forge new paths.
Here are a few essential details on Season 2 Episode 8:
Show: Temptation Island
Air date: 28 November 2019
Previous episode: She Didn’t Say, I Love You
Next episode: Tonight Can Change
Airs on: USA, at 10:00 pm
Runtime: 45 min.
The show was in news recently for one of the stars of ‘Temptation Island’ star Casey Starchak took to his Twitter to rant about the show and its host. The star didn’t seem too happy with the way the reality show functioned nor with its host Mark Walberg. This Twitter rampage happened on Monday, November 25 because he had come to the show with a purpose which eventually failed.
The star Casey Starchak came to the show with his girlfriend- Ashley H to prove to her that he could be trusted and that their relationship could become stronger. Whilst Casey tried hard for the first few weeks, in the latest episodes, he was shown Ashley had gotten intimate with one of her suitors Ben Knoblach. The guy was so shocked and appalled by the incident. He didn’t know what to do, so he just sat there beating up the bench and was seen crying his eyes out.
So he went on Twitter saying, “When the host of the show pretends to be there for everyone but actually just cares about the interests of the show and what will make the USA the most money,” #dramasells #thanksforthesupportmark.” He later added, “My boy Mark always supporting! He’s a joke and this show is a joke.. #manipulationisland #sueme.”
The show Temptation Island is a reality show that follows four dating couples at a very critical time in their relationship. At this time, they must mutually decide if they are ready to commit to one another for the rest of their lives or is it time to call it quits. As the couples travel to the tropical paradise of Maui, Hawaii, they are joined by 24 eligible men and women. These couples live the “single life,” which serves as a test meant to help answer their most difficult questions about their relationship.