Sara learns the truth about her lover, Andrew, while Lisa meets Benjamin, a new love interest. D-Mack ends up kissing Breanna, and they eventually sleep together. However, when Sara finds out, she goes crazy and tries to kill them both.
She then calls an ambulance, but before it arrives, Andy comes home and sees Mack in bed with Sara. He assumes that they are still together, so he leaves again. When the paramedics arrive, they find Mack dead, and they think that Sara killed him because she was insane. But actually, she just left the apartment.
After this incident, Breanna breaks up with D-Mack. She thinks that he is responsible for Sara's actions because he didn't stop her when she wanted to kill herself, and this makes her feel like he doesn't care about her at all.
Then, several episodes later, we see D-Mack getting into Sara's car. He tells her that he loves her, and this makes Breanna realize that they still have feelings for each other. So they decide to get back together.
Here is where things get a little confusing. After D-Mack gets back into Sara's life, she starts acting completely normal again.
When Bob Brown realizes she has been having an affair with Colonel Ryan's partner, he is forcibly restrained from killing the Colonel right away. Mack and Tiffy eventually reunite after he discloses his personal indiscretions to her. However, their relationship does not last long since he still loves Bob Brown.
Mack later marries Lisa Howard after they have a son named Robert "Bob" Jr. They divorce after two years due to his continued infidelity and lack of commitment towards Mack. During this time, he continues to see Tiffy intermittently. Later in life, Bob becomes a successful real estate developer who sells homes in the Hollywood Hills. He dies at age 49 when his helicopter crashes into the high-rise building where he was selling a home.
Tiffy then moves to San Francisco where she opens up a tattoo shop with some friends. She eventually gets married again but divorces him after only three months due to his inability to commit to marriage. She then moves back to Los Angeles where she starts dating another man named Jesse. After several months, they fall in love and get married. They have one daughter named Harley who lives with them until she goes to college. After graduating, she moves back home where she takes over the family business from her mother. In 2018, she meets and falls in love with Jack McBrayer's character on 30 Rock named Derwood Ponds.
The apparent narrative is for Lela, Tanner, and the crew to return to our planet in order to make Mack and Brady recall everything that happened in the previous existence. Something along the lines of: They only hung out toward the conclusion of the movie. They may have exchanged greetings in the school halls, but that was it. However, this could all be a lie created by some villainous entity who wants to destroy them both.
Mack and Brady are supposed to meet again in the future. This would explain why there's no mention of the other one being killed off-screen or anything like that - he'll reappear in another life as long as this one exists.
Here's how I see it going down: Lela, Tanner, and the crew arrive on Earth and proceed to search for Mack and Brady. They find them in separate rooms at the school where they used to hang out together. It turns out that someone else is also looking for them - a villain named The Master (not to be confused with Marvel's The Master) who plans on using them to bring about his own brand of evil. He manages to capture Lela, Tanner, and the crew and takes them to his lab where he reveals his plan. Then at the climax of the movie, The Master tries to kill them all, but instead ends up killing himself. After he dies, he tells Mack and Brady that they're supposed to meet again in the future.
Regrettably, it never developed into a relationship. Kim and Matt are still friends now, and they are both dating other people. Matt has also shed almost 300 pounds since the show aired.
He currently lives in Arkansas with his family. Kim moved to Mississippi to be with her daughter.
Catfish is the name of both the show and the main character, who uses the online identity of "Catfish Hunter" to befriend new people and find out their secrets. He or she does this by creating fake profiles on social networking sites like Facebook and Instagram and asking sensitive personal questions about each person's history.
The characters on the show are based on real people. However, some details such as age and gender are completely made up by the producers.
It all started when 24-year-old filmmaker Kirby Howell III created a fake profile on an Internet site called MySpace. He used this account to get to know people and learn more about them before revealing himself. This became the basis for his show Catfish which originally aired on MTV from 2010 to 2015. There have been sequels to the show named Aftermath (2015) and Catfish: The TV Show (2016).
In 2017, a movie was released based on the show.