In PEOPLE’s exclusive sneak peek at Sunday’s episode, the reality show couple awkwardly navigate Clayton’s small, oddly organized place
90 Day Fiancé‘s Analí experiences a rude awakening on Sunday’s episode.
In PEOPLE’s exclusive sneak peek at this weekend’s installment of the TLC series, the Peruvian woman pays her first visit to Clayton’s one-bedroom apartment in Lexington, Kentucky — and, suffice it to say, the house tour doesn’t go over well.
Walking in with a large bouquet of flowers, Analí encounters Clayton’s dogs Buster and Cocoa before getting a sweet greeting in Spanish from Clayton’s mother Violet, who tells her: “You’re more beautiful in person.”
“I’m seeing Clayton’s face. I can tell that he’s really happy,” Violet says in a confessional interview. “And he’s just got that look on him that I haven’t seen… I don’t think I’ve ever seen it before.”
Clayton offers to show Analí around their home, which turns out to be an eye-opening — or perhaps eye-popping — experience when Clayton introduces her to his tri-color guinea pig called Baby Pig.
She recalls in her own confessional later: “The first thing I notice in this apartment is that there are things everywhere, and it’s really overwhelming.”
She adds, “There’s no couch to sit on, and there’s no table either. So where do they eat?”
Sensing his girlfriend’s response is less than thrilled, Clayton tries to mitigate her disappointment by explaining, “The kitchen is much, like, so much cleaner than it used to be.”
Analí continues in her confessional: “They prefer their dogs sleep well and that the guinea pigs have space to play. They’re doing things backwards.”
Back on the home tour, Clayton gestures towards a walk-in closet attached to the living room, indicating that’s where Violet sleeps.
“Can I look?” asks Analí.
A mattress covered with sheets and pillows touches all four walls of the closet.
“That’s her bed, but it’s her bedroom,” Clayton explains.
Analí isn’t quite sure what to make of the sight.
“I didn’t know Clayton’s mom lived in the closet. I pictured a small space but not exactly the closet,” she says. “In a closet you can store clothes, shoes, suitcases, etc., but I didn’t know what to say.”