Alright team, grab your jandals, pop on an ill-fitting Bintang singlet and throw on some wrap-around sunnies - tonight on Married At First Sight NZ, we're going to Bali.
All six couples are finally hitched, but whether or not they'll stay that way remains to be seen.
Will Fraser's shower-singing drive Monique to madness? Will Julia and David get their special matching rocks through customs? Will Ottie and Gareth get ripped on tequila and get matching tattoos?
Time to find out.
Monique and Fraser
When we meet up with Monique, she's playing pretend. "I'm trying to treat it like we're not married now, because going straight to marriage is like, a bit full on," she says.
Yes Monique, it is a bit bloody full on, but remember that whole palaver where you wore the white dress and Fraser performed that badly-timed fist pump? It really did happen.
Perhaps sensing his new bride's desire to re-write history, Fraser attempts to make up a cool backstory for how the pair met - over a coffee at McDonalds.
Monique appears underwhelmed, but she's likely still grappling with the image of Fraser wearing the three quarter length cut off pants and bum-bag he's admitted to owning.
Gareth and Ottie
These two are straight off the plane and into the pool with a couple of drinks, which is the only sensible thing to do, given the bizarre circumstances.
The sensible ideas end there, however, as talk quickly turns to a tattoo pub crawl. This sounds like a made-up activity imagined by an unruly teenager, but apparently is a real thing.
Ottie quickly gets to work on "pushing boundaries" by explaining her strange and varied history with online auctions.
She once bid on a packet of M&M's half eaten by mass-murderer Charles Manson, which really outshines my go-to dinner party story about buying a chair that turned out to be a piece of doll's furniture.
And while Gareth's keen to hang out on the beach and go for a swim, Ottie suggests a trip to the open-grave cemetery, a place second only to Paris when it comes to inspiring romance.
Ksenia and Wanye
Back with Russian-born Ksenia and 'Naki native Wayne, and Ksenia's enjoying her favourite pastime of threatening her new husband's life.
"I might knock you out with my surfboard!" she imagines gleefully at the suggestion of a surfing lesson. "I'll drive you off the cliff!" is the response to a query about her golf-cart driving ability.
God, it must be hard for Ksenia, suffering through Wayne's "fricken boring" chat, tolerating his endless merry-go-round of chequered shirts and enduring his adorable attempts to woo her with fake flowers.
Despite all this, Ksenia the benevolent dictator graciously announces she "does not dislike" Wayne, which really warms the cockles of your heart, doesn't it?
Dan and Yuki
Guys, I'm going to level with you, Dan and Yuki are the sweetest couple up in this thing - and for that reason, the most boring.
It's all going so well, Yuki wonders if it's just a dream: "I might just pinch my face a couple of times!"
I'd pinch your face too, Yuki, if I could get away with it and it wasn't horribly creepy, because you're the cutest little loved up button I've ever seen.
Despite admitting Japanese values would categorise public displays of affection as "very no-no things", Yuki and Dan love to have a cuddle. Adorable, but also a snooze-fest.
Tayler and Samuel
Things get tense for these newlyweds during a trip to a café, where Samuel swaps his usual practice of instagramming cold-pressed juice for gulping one down over a conversation about exes.
Tayler admits he broke up with his former partner because of a lack of attraction, and Sam expertly manages to keep a perfect poker face.
In case you forgot, this was Samuel's reaction to seeing Tayler at the altar:
Tayler gets a bit choked up, but Sam reaches out to take his hand, which in turn gets me choked up. Sam and Tayler scooter off to get a cocktail, and my long-suffering boyfriend sighs heavily and passes me a box of tissues.
Despite a steady stream of espresso martinis, long hugs on the rocks and several games of pool volleyball, it appears David is well and truly in the friend-zone.
Julia reckons her new husband is "a perfect human"; that is, except for his metrosexual tendencies that include a rigorous skin care routine and the use of multiple hair products.
"It's more like sharing a bed with my best friend," she says. "That's not ideal."
And while Julia's ignoring the obvious silver lining here - never running out of moisturiser - you can't help but feel for her.
Luckily, the dinner party gives the couples a chance get their glad rags on and silently judge each other over a few beverages.
Yuki dons a floral number which appears to be made from the stuff of actual dreams, while Sam and Tayler are surprisingly adorable in matching white linen shirts.
Fraser chooses to share that he used to have a mullet and wear a billboard for a job, while Monique wears the look of person who's deeply re-evaluating their life choices.
Married At First Sight NZ airs on Sundays at 7pm, and Mondays and Tuesdays at 7.30pm on Three. Previous episodes can be viewed on ThreeNow.