Married To Medicine Season 2 Episode 6 Recap & Video Clips

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‘Married to Medicine LA’ Recap: Imani is Considering Filing for a Divorce

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Married To Medicine Season 2 Episode 6

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By: Amanda Anderson-Niles

On the latest episode of “Married to Medicine LA,” Imani continues to have doubts about her marriage to Phil. She’s not happy that they haven’t been spending much time together. But Phil is so focused on his new business that he can’t tell Imani the next time they will see each other. And he’s not enthusiastic when Imani offers to travel to him in Oklahoma.

So she reaches her breaking point and now she’s thinking it may be time to file for a divorce.

Here’s a recap for “Episode 6.”

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Amanda is a TV junkie with a passion for all things reality television. She's from Decatur, GA.

2 Comments

  1. deb dyson

    June 15, 2020 at 9:55 am

    Sorry, Imani but when the cats away, the mouse will play. If you wanted your marriage you would have gone to see him at least twice a month forget he says he’s busy. He’s to far away for you not to go out there a time or two. Anything could be happening.

  2. Jordan's Memory

    June 15, 2020 at 1:07 pm

    I am convinced they had separated long time ago possibly right after the first season, that man has completely checked out of his marriage and her visiting him is not gonna make it better. I think this was all made up for a storyline to give the back story of what lead to the divorce happening because they broke up before the show started. This woman made every stupid excuse to justify why they live in to separate places the truth was gonna come out sooner or later. Let that man go and find someone who wants to share there life with you and your son. You can’t fight for a marriage when the other party has thrown in the towel. I felt so bad for her when she asked if he was missing her and wanted her to come out and his response was he was busy. That man is done!

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