Michael's vows mostly centred on himself (surprise, surprise!).
"You met me as a confused, juvenile boy and now I stand before you as a more mature man," he told her.
"You could have given up on me so many times but I know you saw the good in me."
Yada yada yada.
Next up was Stacey.
"Are you ready?" she asked.
"You didn't make it easy for me ... You were accused of cheating on me and in that moment all of my hopes and all of my joy and all of my newfound happiness disappeared. My heart froze and I realised I was an idiot to let you in.
"I expressed to you how much the impact of my brother's death and losing my father hurt me.
"I opened up and told you that all I ever wanted to do was love and be loved.
"You took every single part of my heart and crushed it in your hands.
"You made me feel worthless."
Her stinging words. The music. Stacey's po-face. We all thought that Michael - the season's villain - would finally get what was coming to him. Finally.
But as we all know too well - the devil works hard, but MAFS producers work harder.
She said she wanted to give him "a second chance", especially when Michael sent her flowers on her late brother's birthday.
"We are us and we are unbreakable," she told him.
"I love you Michael."
Elsewhere, KC and Drew decided to stay together, and to no one's surprise, Connie and Jonethen went their separate ways.
"I didn't find love with you," Connie told Jonny.
"I found I am brave, confident, strong and worthy. I found myself.
"I became the love I was searching for."