'The Ultimatum' memes to keep you laughing long after the reunion

All caught up with the dating drama? 'The Ultimatum' memes will help you relieve the show's best moments

The Ultimatum: Marry or Move On S1
(Image credit: Netflix © 2022)

The internet has outdone itself with The Ultimatum memes, and we're gluttonously relishing in its hard work. 

Thanks to Netflix's completely unconventional approach to finding love, viewers and contestants alike have endured a whirlwind. But loyal fans are obviously ready for more reality TV goodness (just in case that was ever in question). 

The Ultimatum reunion has hit the platform, and we have some time before we can expect The Ultimatum season 2. While waiting, allow goodies from your newsfeed to help you relive the most jaw-dropping shenanigans from the series debut. You'll catch up with all the couples— Nathan and Lauren, Alexis and Hunter, to name a few—uncover big news and attempt to wrap your minds about issuing an ultimatum for the world to see. 

If these internet moments aren't proof that we're working reality TV gold, we're not sure what will convince you otherwise.

'The Ultimatum' memes

Ready for what's in store? We have unexpected reveals, disregarded red flags, confusion and so much more. We're laughing just thinking about it all. 

1. Crazy expectations

Does anyone else think some of members of The Ultimatum cast are asking for a tad too much from their S.O.? We're all for taking things one step at a time. 

See more

2. Pure shock

It takes a lot to leave us speechless, but The Ultimatum, Netflix's latest top pick, has truly left viewers shocked. Between surprise proposals, pregnancy guessing games and shocking confessions, we're feeling pretty grateful to not be a part of the experiment.  

A post shared by Word to the Wise (@wttwpodcast) (opens in new tab)

A photo posted by on

3. Match made in heaven

Like Kim K, we're swooning over shows like The Ultimatum

Truthfully speaking, our love for reality TV closely rivals the intensity of the Kourtney Kardashian Travis Barker romance, not Kim and Pete's. (No offense.) 

4. Willingness to participate

If you agreed to this madness, well, what exactly were you expecting?

A post shared by Laugh After Lockup (@laughafterlockup) (opens in new tab)

A photo posted by on

5. Try and try again

If at first you don't succeed, issue your S.O. an ultimatum and discover your true feelings for them by spending two weeks with someone else. Seems reasonable.

A post shared by AC Thimble (@ac_thimble) (opens in new tab)

A photo posted by on

6. Red flags

As you might've imagined with a series like this, red flags abound. It's how the couples react to said red flags that has us truly astonished. 

See more

7. Confusion

We're not really sure how some people arrive at the decisions that they do, but who are we to judge?

See more

8. The masterminds

The creators from Love Is Blind wanted to explore relationships from different vantage points, thus The Ultimatum was created. 

"For the participants, it’s incredibly powerful. It does teach them something, I think, at the end of it. It’s full of emotion and hope," executive producer Chris Coelen told Variety (opens in new tab). "I'm really proud of it."

We are forever pleased with their work. 

A post shared by Camrynne Sullivan (@camrynnesullivan) (opens in new tab)

A photo posted by on

9. Marriage woes

Do these contestants not realize that time is on their side?

See more

10. Fickle feelings

It's good to change your mind every chance you get, right?

See more

11. A thought

Perhaps some contestants should expand their dating pool. The Ultimatum season 2 will actually focus on an all-queer, mostly female cast, so it looks like this Twitter user was right on target. 

A post shared by Aimee LeCours (@aimeelecours) (opens in new tab)

A photo posted by on

Catch up with The Ultimatum on Netflix now!

Danielle Valente

Danielle is a writer for woman&home and My Imperfect Life, covering all-things news, lifestyle and entertainment. 

The heart of her time at Future has been devoted to My Imperfect Life, where she's been attuned to the cosmos, new TV shows and relationship trends.  

Before her time at Future, Danielle was the editor of Time Out New York Kids and a news editor at Elite Daily. Her work has also appeared in Domino, Chowhound, amNewYork and Newsday, among other outlets. 

When Danielle is not working, you can usually find her reading a book, coffee at hand, or attempting a new recipe. (Recommendations always welcome!)