Bachelor Pad Recap: Chris is a Dill Hole

Seriously. I couldn’t come up with a better title to describe last night’s bender into the soul-sucking depths of depravity. He’s immature, cocky and surrounded by a bunch of silly girls who checked their self respect at the door years ago. This is the best you’re going to get Chris. Live it up, because I’m quite confident that no woman with an ounce of decorum would give you a second of their time. Stop being such a butt munch. And oh yeah…

Welcome to week four of Bachelor Pad.

Lindzi
Season: The Groban

Our resident horse whisperer was pretty much M.I.A. this episode again. She’s still a “power couple” with Kalon and she still keeps her mouth shut, neither giving her opinion nor stirring the pot with ridiculous claims or general whining of any sort. Sure it’s bad for TV, but who needs to be dramatic when you have…

Blakeley
Season: The Groban

Blakeley! She is the most intense person in the entire mansion. She is irate with her partner Chris who makes no excuses for hooking up with fake boobs. When she’s not pulling him to the cabana for a quick “we’re cool, right?” talk, she’s pointing an accusatory finger at Jamie, shouting nonsense or sobbing to Rachel in the hot tub, depressed that she’s the only one who has a partner that doesn’t have her back. Her only saving grace is the fact that she’s in an alliance with the Stag.

Sarah
Season: Brad – The Original Recipe

When Sarah talks about anything serious, she has something very Miley Cyrus-ness about her mouth. I hadn’t really noticed until last night when Chris decided to ditch Blakeley in lieu of hooking up with Jamie before choosing Sarah to accompany him on a romantic date. Sarah and Chris get in a limo that mysteriously stops at the top of a parking garage before the driver burns rubber, acting like a maniac as Chris hoots and hollers in the back seat, while Sarah loses her top in the chaos. After slamming into a fake wall, Jackie Chan’s second cousin teaches them a little kung fu, Sarah squeezes into a cat suit and then accidentally kicks Chris in the jaw while making an action movie for ABC’s YouTube channel. Tired from their day, they relax in a hot tub where Sarah embraces her doppelganger by insisting that “The Climb” is actually about crawling into the lap of a loved one for a little dry humping. They finish making out, find some robes and ask the front desk of the hotel for a room key. Chris closes the segment with the classy line, “It’s like a car. I’ve just traded in Jamie for a newer model.”

Jamie
Season: The Groban

I’m not even sure Jamie’s actions merit a “bless her heart.” I’ve never been simultaneously embarrassed, sad and angry at someone. She throws herself at Chris (opting for a red string bikini instead of a beach towel this time) and gushes on and on about how she is the luckiest girl in the land that this boy is paying attention to her. He confesses that he does not have romantic feelings about his competition partner Blakeley, and Jamie translates that fact to mean that she should be picking out china patterns and invitation fonts. A good 30 minutes of the painful two-hour show featured the pair making out in a dark room (thank you night vision goggles), complete with sub-titles of their whispered conversations. Chris notes that the only way to shut Jamie up is to stick his tongue down her throat, while she visualizes finalizing the bridesmaid gown color swatches. Chris explains to Jamie that he’s just being nice to Sarah by asking her out on a date, because he obviously doesn’t want to take Blakeley. Sarah tells the camera how sweet, loyal and kind her pseudo-boyfriend is for taking another girl on a romantic date and it’s even more chivalrous that Chris doesn’t want to drive home so late and is concerned for Sarah’s safety after their one-on-one time. I’m concerned that Jamie was absent the day the class learned about context clues and hope that the ABC Psychotherapist is on standby when the pair return home during the group breakfast the next morning.

Erica Rose
Season: The Prince

Like Lindzi, Erica has been thankfully quiet the past few weeks. The only thing we learn is that she would be a horrible Mom because she eats her hair extensions on a regular basis. This knowledge doesn’t seem to bother her as she removes a stray strand stuck to the corner of her mouth.

Jaclyn
Season: The Groban

Harrison channels his inner Bob Eubanks and asks some basic franchise-related questions during the “Game Show Mashup” competition. He cranks the heat up later in the round by revealing highly inappropriate responses from questionnaires that were answered while the contestants were either emotionally exhausted or physically wasted from the previous night of binge drinking and rose ceremony-ing. “Who do the girls think is the most annoying girl in the house?” he asks with a gleam in his eye. (Newsflash: It’s Jamie.) “Who has accomplished the least in life?” he wonders aloud. (This just in: It’s Blakeley.) Jaclyn and Ed win the game and in an interesting twist, she picks him to accompany her on a date to Dodger Stadium where they hit balls, eat hot dogs and butcher the national anthem. Jaclyn is totally into Ed. Ed is totally into Ed. It’s a match made in heaven.

Rachel
Season: The Groban

Rachel came in last place during the game show questions. How did she not remember that Tanner was the foot fetish guy? Her last place status secured her a vote off the island and she immediately becomes nervous that she will be the next going home. As luck would have it, since Ed gave up his one-on-one date to go with Jaclyn, he was able to save someone from elimination. He chose to give the rose to Rachel who later celebrated horizontally with Stag. She was declared safe at the rose ceremony while her outfit was declared atrocious. Of course, Laura Ingalls Wilder looked fabulous in the frock when she married Almonzo but “Gunny Sax” doesn’t really translate well on a surfer chick with a nose stud from California. My opinion only.

Chris
Season: Emily

He’s worse than Kalon. What a chach. Jaclyn and Rachel are both safe with roses. Chris wants Blakeley gone because she is totally cramping his style and he’d rather juggle one desperate and one hot girl than having to incorporate an emotional roller coaster in the mix too. Feeling very bold, he makes it his mission to send Blakeley home. He confides in both Kalon and Ed, who swear to his face that they will vote with him.

Kalon
Season: Emily

Unbeknownst to everyone, Kalon tells each contestant what they want to hear, lies incessantly and ends up wisely sticking with his original alliance with the Stag by voting off Jamie, which is for the best because I was beginning to weep for her consistent state of insecurity.

Nick
Season: Ashley

Super Fan Dave fiercely tried to get Nick voted off, but it didn’t work. We did hear him utter a few words this week, but nothing worth recapping.

Tony
Season: Emily

It took me a minute to remember who this guy is and then I forgot again. I’m out.

The Stag
Season: Jillian

The Stag is still in charge and considers himself a mentor since he’s been on the show before. He plays the game well, isn’t ugly and doesn’t take himself too seriously. He was sadly absent from the majority of the show. A strongly worded letter has been written to ABC as a result.

Ed
Season: Jillian

Because Ed is an expert when it comes to how many participants are in a ménage à trois, he wins the game show competition and secures a romantic one-on-one date. When Jaclyn invites him to be her date on HER romantic one-on-one, I’d be willing to bet Ed’s entire stash of Jose Cuervo that he didn’t realize he was giving up his own date to be with her. It was evident in his face that he’s just not that in to her when the Dodger Stadium “KISS CAM” projected a huge picture of their faces. He summons the courage to plant one on her before turning his attention back to the fireworks and sending the ABC intern to the concession stand for more beer. Perhaps a keg.

David
Super Fan

Super Dave is the guy booted off this week. As he rolls away from “the best four weeks of his life,” he begins to sob uncontrollably for a man who neither just experienced the death of a loved one or witnessed the birth of his first born. Life without daily challenges, long-stem roses and the hope of a Chris Harrison sighting is miserable. Here’s hoping he still has his job at the Daily Planet.

What did y’all think? Will Jamie ever find love? Will Super Dave stalk the mansion, collecting discarded rose petals from the trash? Is Ed really in to Jaclyn? What’s another word for douche that we can give Chris? Sound off in the comment section!

All about the fame, not the shame,

Lincee

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GG
GG

Chris has made himself look like a total jerk but something tells me he’s proud of himself. Puke.

So when Sarah and Chris came back someone said, oh Sarah’s wearing the same clothes. No she wasn’t. She left in one dress and came back in another. I was confused.

I don’t know why I waste two hours of my life on this trainwreck. Jamie made herself look ridiculous. And she needs to lose the fake eyelashes.

Alicia
Alicia

Chris is a slut. Ed is too…but he’s much more adorable in the way he goes about it. Ed is trusting and very forthcoming. Chris is sneaky and slithery…like a snake. Not a fan at all….so glad Emily booted him off when she did.

Reno
Reno

Bring back the MASK!

Donna
Donna

I’ll bet Emily is thanking her lucky stars!…

sarah
sarah

jamie jamie jamie.

even my boyfriend (who tries his best not to be in the room when anything bachelor-related is on), blurted out a “bless her heart”. our jaws dropped open when she had the conversation with chris about his upcoming date. and being wrapped up in his arms. it was all i could do from gagging on my ben & jerry’s.

and chris – is emily watching this in horror?! like, “i can’t believe i let that guy touch me!” kind of horror?!

great post as usual. thanks!

Lin
Lin

Chris has literally moved ONto a 3rd woman now and I’m sickened. I’m sure many women are sickened and he may get some drinks dumped on him in the bars back home

My hopes are that Jamie’s family have staged a crisis intervention and confronted her about her obvious complete loss of self esteem. I feel bad for her.

I find myself liking the way Kalon is playing the game. He comes off as cool & collected while being devious and calculated. And he’s doing it all without getting caught up in the drama. Very smooth, dude.

Kim
Kim

Lincee,
Hate to say it but I am not watching this season. I needed a break and I have been enjoying my summer. BUT, I still come here every Tues/Weds to get your take on the whole wreck.

I will say that last night I watched Stars earn Stripes and it was pretty good. At least it’s about the hard work our military gives on a daily basis. Better than bedroom drama known as bachelor pad.

Reece
Reece

I was so relieved that Jamie got voted off, it was merciful. And while she was cringe-inducing, I did think she sort of redeemed herself in the very end (confronting Chris and not being overly dramatic in the car)!! I actually enjoyed this episode (did I just say that) – and like Lin, I’m enjoying Kalon! What is WRONG with me?

Diane
Diane

I hate to say it, but I like Ed again. I think he’d be a blast to hang out with!

Liana
Liana

I still can’t believe I am watching this train wreck, but somehow I can’t look away. What is wrong with me?

Wow, Chris is a dill hole. I was wondering if Emily is watching this by any chance. If she is, she must be scrubbing herself and thinking she let this guy kiss her. He makes Ed and Kalon look totally adorable.

Jamie, Jamie, like Lincee I can’t even say “Bless her heart”. Hopefully she is seeing a therapist because I’ve never seen anyone so desperate, pathetic, and lacking self esteem. Why does she wear fake eyelashes 24/7? They need to go!

Great recap Lincee.

Lauren
Lauren

Jamie reminds me of a Disney princess, i think it is all the twirling, talking of love, and the lashes. I don’t think Disney will ever make a movie about the pathetic oblivious princess who tried and failed to turn a bobble-head into a real man, but who knows.

I kind of like Kalon. He seems like one of those people incapable of fakeness. I think that is why the whole falling desperately in love with Emily in a week did not work for him. I think he and Lindzi are cute.

Super fan had a nervous tick that I just could not deal with. When he talked to other contestants he would blink his right eye so hard it would move the rest of his face. I couldn’t take another week of it.

Andrea
Andrea

Yeah I hate Chris,that’s a given. I’m kind of wishing Michael didn’t return this season…he’s really acting like a cocky bastard, and his image has been a bit tainted! And what’s up with Lindzi she gets a man and becomes a mute who has no opinion but his!?

Wendy
Wendy

I reeeeeally hope Chris gets voted off next season. He’s reminding me of Bentley (from the Build-a-Bear season) but he takes it to a new level of sleaze. The only thing that could be even better than that is Blakely getting voted off at the same time and the two of them riding off in the same limo. Ah yes.

Wendy
Wendy

vote off next “week” that is.

Julie
Julie

I just looked up “Naive and delusional” in the dictionary and there’s an 8×10 glossy of Jamie and her eyelashes. God bless her, for as beautiful as she is, she has zero self esteem and even less grasp of relationships. Someone needs to slip her my number so I can counsel that sheltered little lamb before she gets led to slaughter by another Chrishole.

I can’t believe I’m about to type this…but I’m enjoying Kalon. He’s a dick but he owns that shit.

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