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A former member of the Nappy Roots is pretty sure he's found love with a stunning woman he met online, and since he's famous, maybe he did? Ryan -- better known as Prophet -- a platinum recording artist (formerly of the Nappy Roots) who lives in Louisville. Prophet is very new to social media -- so new he refers to it as "the Twitters," for instance -- and doesn't use Skype. This is not really germane to the investigation but it must be noted that Nev has a giant crush on Prophet before he and Max even meet him. And he starts his in-person conversation with Prophet by saying he's "what a lot of girls dream of" in terms of his physical attractiveness. Anyway: Max and Nev start with Trinity's Facebook page, where they see she has 1602 friends. Prophet's apparently partnered with the Louisville Board Of Tourism to meet Max and Nev at the Muhammad Ali Center for this meeting, like I'm really sure anyone involved in preserving Ali's legacy wants to be associated with this embarrassing nonsense. When Prophet mopes that he's "wasted a lot of time" on Trinity, Max points out, "You have been talking to someone," as if Prophet might be under the impression that he got his toaster or a chipmunk on the phone. In a park, where nothing good ever happens, Prophet, Max, and Nev wait for Crystal to appear, which eventually she does. The camera shows her coming at us from pretty far away, I guess to amp up the dread Prophet is apparently feeling at the prospect of having to interact with this non-Jasmine of a woman.
Prophet comes over to shake Crystal's hand, but immediately goes on the passive-aggressive attack: "It's not Trinity, it's not Jasmine. Nev decides to move on to why Crystal started the Trinity page in the first place, and the short answer is that she was creeping on her boyfriend's page to get around people who had blocked Crystal on Facebook -- so, initially, it had nothing to do with Prophet at all.
The next day, Nev goes over to Crystal's to get more of the backstory of why she created the Trinity profile, like anyone cares. When Prophet "popped up" in Trinity's Facebook inbox, she felt like he needed someone to talk to because he had a lot of issues. Crystal agrees that she will have to work to earn back Prophet's trust, although given how little Prophet's said so far (nothing), I'm not sure she really needs to bother and that they both could just go back to their very different lives of THREE MONTHS AGO. I would further add that it should be a clue to Prophet that she is a great listener -- she's helped a lot with a GoFundMe campaign he's been running related to a lawsuit he's bringing after he was the victim of police brutality, for instance, although it kind of looks like it's not going so great, which might lead a cynical person to wonder if plugging it is why he's on the show right now -- who apparently doesn't require anything from him in return (not financially, though he does say she's never asked him for money, but emotionally), but that doesn't seem to register with him as far as we can see. He claims his ownership of a particular Nappy Roots album gave him "street cred." He enters the studio dancing to the track Prophet's recording.


She's an actual model with more than a million Instagram followers; she's also Chris Brown's ex-girlfriend. She records a video message for Prophet to let him know the part she hasn't had in his ongoing online relationship, and then it's time for Max and Nev to bring Prophet the sad news. Nev starts with the true identity of the woman in "Trinity"'s photos, and even though he's ON CATFISH, Prophet seems completely flummoxed by the predictable results of Max and Nev's minimal sleuthing.
Asked whether she knows about Catfish, "Trinity" claims she's "not all that familiar," even though I feel like we all know she's perfectly well aware of what the show is about. As Nev politely steps up to introduce himself, confirm that she is Crystal, and shake her hand, Prophet drawls, "You can be anybody on the internet." Sure can, so maybe that's why you should have paid more heed to all your friends' warnings about Trinity since you are such a helpless n00b?
Max innocently asks why she didn't tell Prophet the truth, and Crystal says she almost did a few times: "But I felt that he needed the motivation, with his case and his career, and I felt that Trinity was the one who'd motivate him." So she faked to be his life coach?
I'm not really buying this narrative of Crystal as a humanitarian, but on the other hand, the fact that Prophet stayed involved with her as long as he did without asking any questions sort of bears her out.
After she blahs some more about Prophet's having filled the slot that the apparently recent end of her eight-year relationship left in terms of having someone to talk to, he finally speaks up: "You're not who I thought I was talking to. If it seems like you need to create a fake account to creep on your significant other's social media, save yourself the trouble and just break up. It doesn't seem normal to me, but then, I don't friend strangers, which is one of many attributes I don't share with Prophet.
Max and Nev send her a video message asking to talk, on the theory that she might know the person who's been stealing her photos, and then turn to the phone number Prophet has for "Trinity." One second later, they find it registered to a Crystal [Redacted], who lives in Crestwood, Kentucky, a fifteen-minute drive away from Louisville.
Prophet doesn't seem that interested in meeting "Trinity" until Nev suggests it, so Nev calls and leaves a message. Even Nev doesn't bother trying to frame the meeting he's proposing as anything other than an ambush, telling her on the phone that they know she's not the girl in Jasmine's photos, and that now Prophet knows, too.
Prophet mentions all the "personal business" he told her when he thought she was someone else, and she tries to reassure him: "That's confidential with CRYSTAL," pointing at herself like she's not sure if he might have a short-term memory problem that's preventing him from keeping a tight-enough grip on her name. She'd like to talk to Prophet and apologize, and when Nev calls to see if he will, Prophet agrees and lets Max drive him over. One recent update wishes friends a "Happy Derby Day!," but there's nothing about the selfie attached to it that is at all Derby-related (no horse or crazy hat or whatever). A Facebook search of people in Kentucky with Crystal's full name turns up multiple results.


He asks her real name, and after dodging that it's "kind of personal," she admits that it is, in fact, Crystal. Max asks whether she developed "romantic feelings" for Prophet, and she says she did, although it doesn't seem like she has any romantic interest in him now that she's standing across from him; I guess that just may be because she can tell from his manner that it would be pointless for her to. In the backyard, Crystal apologizes for having been so "angry" the day before, but claims her mood was due to the fact that she thought there was a "better way" for them to have had their first meeting than on TV. He's still talking to Crystal, who's been helping him with "things." Crystal confirms Prophet's report that they still talk, adding that he's trying to find them "a venue" to watch the show together, which apparently he did. They take a pause to wait for Jasmine to get back to them, and the editors make sure to show us Max's comment that even if Prophet hasn't been speaking to Jasmine, he has developed a relationship with someone who's sweet and supportive, so that we know that's going to be less important to Prophet than her appearance: "She could turn out to be someone he's interested in!" Sure, let's all watch and see if Max ends up being right!
Case in point: he remarks, "This is probably the most embarrassed I've ever been in my life. You still was there to listen, even thought of some proactive ways to help me kind of get through some of the things I was going through." Crystal promises that she will continue to be there for him, as long as he wants her to. She's not dating anyone now, nor is she online looking for love, and she says she hasn't used that profile again, so it must be true. He asks how she could have sent him so many Trinity photos, to the specs he'd asked for (turned one way or the other), and she says she had saved "several pictures" of Jasmine on her phone, which given how little effort she made to conceal her deception is a slightly surprising degree of resourcefulness. Everything I've said to you has been honest -- you know, honest feelings, honest thoughts, honest intentions." God, I hope your rhymes aren't this redundant.
Nev gently counters that Crystal wasn't sure she could have stopped the Trinity lie without having outside motivation to do so, and she agrees that he's not totally wrong about that. She understands his sense of betrayal now, after having shared things with her he'd never told the people he's closest to, but she says everything "Trinity" said back was true stuff from Crystal. So if that Derby Day photo of "Trinity" was the last post on her page, they'd only been talking for three months? Hell, if they stopped filming on this episode the day before it aired, that would still mean Prophet had only been talking to Trinity for six months!



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