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Joe Exotic's Husband Dillon Passage Reveals What He Knows About A 'Tiger King' Reunion Episode

By Clark Sparky

Ever since "Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness" became a breakout hit for Netflix, there have been rumors of a special bonus episode. While the streaming service has not confirmed anything, Joe Exotic's husband Dillon Passage told Andy Cohen that he believe there will be a reunion episode.


"It's going to be, like, a live-based episode, I believe. Kind of like a reunion," Passage said on the Sirius XM show Andy Cohen Live. "But, no, Netflix didn't contact me to be a part of that. I'm not sure completely on the details. I only spoke with one of the producers a little while about it because I was asking her. I saw an article saying there was gonna be another episode dropped and I was kind of curious."

Passage also added that he will not be part of whatever the episode may end up becoming.

Passage also recently did an interview with "Entertainment Tonight" and talked about the possibility of him ever moving on from Exotic, who is serving a 22-year prison sentence.

"Me and Joe have had that conversation, actually," Passage said.

"He doesn't want me alone forever. Right now, I don't feel the need to fill that empty void, [but] if I do ever meet somebody that I feel is going to be very important to me, then Joe would be perfectly fine. Well, maybe not perfectly fine, but he would support my decision to be happy again."


"I would still be in contact with Joe," Passage continued. "I wouldn't just go meet this person and then act like Joe never existed because obviously he's a big part of my life and he's done a lot for me. I'm going to stick by his side and still be there even if I find somebody to love."

Passage said they still talk often and he credited Exotic for helping him get out of a deep depression.

"He was like the shining light that kept me out of that. At first, it was more like a companionship, but being around him as much as I was and seeing his personality and how he treated me and how he treated his animals, I really grew to love Joe."

Elsewhere in the interview, Passage said that the rumors that Joe had contracted the coronavirus in prison weren't true.

"He does not have COVID-19 but at the previous facility he was at, there were multiple cases," Passage said. "So when he got moved, I think it was just like a safety precaution for this new facility in Fort Worth. To just keep him isolated just in case he did have it so he wasn't gonna pass it on to anybody else."

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