Bachelorette Becca recap: “We’re in Thailand!”

Bachelorette Becca Recap – Fantasy Suite Dates

We’ve reached a critical week in Bachelorette Becca’s journey to find the perfect partner. The digital map is back and a cartoon airplane dot, dot, dots across the Pacific Ocean to Bangkok International Airport.

Fantasy suites. Bangkok. Let the innuendos begin!

Thailand is the most romantic place Becca has ever been. This makes sense since the last place she jetted off to was the Peruvian desert where Arie made her camp out in a yurt with no adjoining yurt outhouse. The Shangri-La hotel is heaven!

Becca wastes no time spoiling her own season by announcing to everyone within earshot that she is IN love with two guys, but is FALLING for the other. She tells the camera that Garrett challenges her. Plus, he got the first impression rose. Blake (in a short version of Ames’ red pants) is the one she can’t imagine not having in her life.

And Jason is nice.

I don’t know how I didn’t pick up on this foreshadowing.

FORGO DATE ONE
Blake

Becca executes the Jump & Straddle (trademark pending) and takes it a step further by shimmying up Blake’s body for optimal mounting. It’s a good thing she wore her Fabletics affordable high quality activewear workout pants. There’s a nice give in the crotchal region.

Upon hearing that Becca is going to show him a sacred temple, Blake didn’t make one inappropriate joke like I did. He was too busy wondering WHY IN THE WOLRD Becca would take him to a sacred place that doesn’t allow touching, hand holding, kissing, or any affection of any kind.

It’s called foreplay, Blake. Get over it.

They cross the threshold of PDA and Becca is super stoked that this date is the perfect example of what it means to live in the moment. There’s something special about taking all physical contact out of the equation.

I find this odd. Of the three guys left, Blake is the one who can talk, and talk, and talk about his feelings, her feelings, the monk’s feelings, those crawling ants’ feelings, any feelings and never have to come up for air. Wouldn’t this particular brand of personality assessment be good for Garrett?

An English-speaking monk escorts them into a temple. I thought there would be some sort of cleansing ritual for forgo card prep, but then I remembered that Rachel already smudged Becca’s naughty bits with sage way back during week one. She’s good to go.

The non-English-speaking monk teaches Blake and Becca about honesty, serving, and love. They ring a bell to prove to Thailand that their emotions are solid and they are ready to take next steps. Blake eats it up with a spoon because he feels all these same feels twenty times a day. How cool that he’s learning about the fundamentals of relationships while kneeling right next to the woman he loves!

Suddenly, Blake begins to spiral ever so slightly after that revelation.

Blake: What if Becca is phoning this in? Will she take someone else to the “no touching temple?” Or worse, will she take that guy to the “all touching all day temple?” Do you suppose they will kiss? Is she feeling the same way I’m feeling? FOR THE LOVE OF CHRIS HARRISON, WHY?!?!

In the words of Faith Hill, just breathe. Keep it together, Blake.

There’s a storm coming, which can only signify trouble. Poor Blake must have felt a little silly not wearing a costume to the celebrity-themed dinner. Becca chooses Marilyn Monroe’s iconic white dress as seen in The Seven Year Itch. (Subway grating not included.) Perhaps he identified as a generic “bad guy” in an all black ensemble, or waiter at the Fig & Olive who slips his headshot in with Steven Spielberg’s bill at the end of the meal.

Becca thinks she and Blake are always moving forward. Never backward. Which is what forward means. Blake admits that he’s fearful of experiencing another horrific heartbreak and sort of, kind of asks Becca if he might be maybe in the lead. Because guess what? He’s nervous that she may have feelings with the other guys like she does with him.

Our bachelorette annoyingly compares Blake’s season to her own season, remembering the time in the desert when she wondered the same about Arie. She was sooooo in her head, just like Blake seems to be. She had no clue how he could be in love with two people, especially since she and Lauren were soooooo different.

And that’s where she ends her spiel. Becca will be the reason poor Blake will have to be rushed to a Thai hospital during a thunderstorm. Somebody get this guy a paper bag so he can eat his fish in peace.

Blake is all over the cartoon map and he says something stupid like, “What if it doesn’t work out? I’m scared. What if it’s too good to be true?”

Becca: YOU CAN’T SAY THAT?
Blake: Huh? What did I say?
Becca: Dude, I’m superstitious. Give me some wood.
Lincee: Hey, now.
Becca: Seriously. Give me all the wood there is.
Lincee: Get your head out of the fantasy suite gutter…

Now it’s Becca’s turn to freak. She asks Blake straight up, “Could you get down on one knee and commit to me in a week?”

Blake is unwilling to quickly answer, “Yes.” Not only is he a processor, but he loves a good Hallmark card moment.

Blake: I’m the kind of man who looks for a reason to stay, not a reason to go. I love you. I can see that future.

Becca is smitten by this heartfelt response. She presents the hand-written note from the ABC Intern Our Host Chris Harrison inviting Blake to forgo his individual plastic credit card key for and old-fashioned one that could unlock my Strawberry Shortcake diary from 1980.

Becca escorts him to the bed and he shuts the door, showcasing his silhouette.

The next morning, Becca lays in bed next to Blake in full makeup, fresh lashes, and her favorite silk kimono. They talk about waking up next to each other and how that’s the best feeling ever. She changes into denim on denim, leaves her Marilyn dress on the floor, and takes off into the pouring rain. We watch Blake watch her through the window.

It didn’t feel creepy if you concentrated on Blake’s abs. Try it next time.

FORGO DATE TWO
Jason

First off, there was no Jump & Straddle (trademark pending) with Jason. That should have been clue #2. Sure she had on a skirt so short that it would make Taylor Swift swell with pride and Thai temple attendants rush to tie a sarong around her waist, but teeny bottoms haven’t stopped her before. This is a sign.

Second, they went through the market and ate crickets. The dude who has to eat the insects never wins. Additionally, as I’m hesitantly watching you chow down on a bug, I don’t ever want to hear “there’s the leg” again in my entire life.

Jason tells the camera that Becca is the best thing ever. He’s found his one true love and he’s ready to start a life with her in Seattle. As they walk out of a temple, Becca pokes fun at the architecture, asking Jason if he would decorate his house in the same fashion. Jason jokingly responds, “I could see our condo like this!”

That’s when Becca’s face fell. She couldn’t hold it together any longer and had to break away to process with her handler. She admits that she was having the best time and then her life flashed before her eyes and she saw toddler guidos with slicked back hair threatening to whack people on the playground.

The handler tells her that she has to go to dinner because they’ve already paid the deposit and her blue floral dress is just too pretty to waste. Becca gives her handler the old evil eye when Jason starts in with the future talk again. He sees Becca as his best friend, a wife, a mother, a lifelong partner, and maybe an accomplice if things get hairy.

Becca stops him mid compliment. She excuses herself from the table, which is weird, because I didn’t hear Jason tell her that he was a virgin.

She walks up and down the premises a few hundred times and then comes back to the table. Jason kisses her because he does not have the ability to read the room. She lets him down gently by saying that she’s in love with Garrett and Blake more than him. Then she grabs some salt off the table and rubs it into his heart like she’s tenderizing meat.

Becca: This is the most difficult thing I’ve ever had to do.
Lincee: Really? What about Arie telling you “JUST KIDDING” in a hotel room six months ago?

Becca refuses to put Jason through the torture of an overnight date. He asks her one more time if there’s any way she can see a future with him. Could they use the fantasy suite to see what else is there?

Hey, now.

No matter how many times Jason pleads, Becca remains steadfast. So he wishes her nothing but happiness and closes that door for good. She offers to walk Jason to his rejection tuk-tuk and hands him his complimentary t-shirt that says, “I flew all the way to Thailand and all I got were these lousy pit stains.”

She takes to her bed to cry all the tears, using her beautiful navy dress as a tissue for her drippy nose. She wonders why she wasn’t connected to such a good guy. What’s wrong with her?

Don’t pull at that thread, Becca.

The next morning, she takes to her Shangri-La couch wearing her Shangri-La robe. She’s super depressed that she sent Jason home, but stands by her epiphany moment.

Hey Jason. Head on over to Paradise. You’ll find a nice bleach blonde waiting for you.

FORGO DATE THREE
Garrett

There’s the Jump & Straddle (trademark pending) that we know and love. Becca is super chill on this date because she knows Jason is already gone and a rose is definitely going to Gare. What could go wrong?

A national holiday, of course. The ABC Intern forgot to check the Thai calendar, therefore he had no idea that he was sending Becca and Garrett down a filthy river on a bamboo raft with ten thousand other Thai people. Talk about mass chaos. There were rafts, children shrieking, elephants walking around, people playing games sitting in chairs sitting in the filthy water.

Garrett looked genuinely worried at one point because Becca wasn’t doing her part to Huck Finn her portion of the raft. When things were less congested, both seemed to enjoy their time, except the moment when all the people splashed them for good luck.

All I could think about was “close your mouth.” Don’t let that nasty water in your digestive system. You’ll get an ameba and die. This has Grey’s Anatomy plotline written all over it.

That night, Becca struts around in her most creative ensemble yet. Picture a white bra top with white boy shorts. Take some delicate white lace and sew it into a 70s-style duster jacket. Throw on some rhinestone climbing earrings and be merry!

In true Becca form, she shouts, “We’re in Thailand!” because she can’t think of anything else to say. Garrett jumps in and immediately begins to lay out his emotions one by one on the table. He begins with his icebreaker minivan bit and ends with the moment he knew Becca would be the perfect partner because she made his skin tingle.

That could have been the forty talking. Or the ameba.

Garrett tops off his walk down Memory Lane with the very important, “I can work anywhere. I’m willing to compromise.” Then he tells her how much his family loved her.

Speaking of love, Becca is counting down the clock. She can’t give this guy the forgo card if he hasn’t professed love yet. What’s a girl to do?

Garrett gets the hint and finally drops the L-Bomb and Becca kisses him. She hands over the card, but the Strawberry Shortcake diary key is questionably missing. Becca takes him to a treehouse/tent situation that clearly doesn’t have a key. Convenient. It’s also convenient that she’s practically wearing lingerie.

The next day, Becca is reflecting in her denim panties about life, love, and other mysteries as she looks out her window. We see the shoes of someone walking into the hotel. It’s a man. His strides are purposeful. Whoever this is means business.

Please, PLEASE let it be Red Ross.

Nope. It’s Jason. He wants Becs to know that his love was genuine and real. And even though he’s crying right now, he’s totally cool. So cool, in fact, that he wants her to have the scrapbook he made of their time together on The Bachelorette.

Will Jason be the next bachelor? Picture him with different hair. Does your opinion change now?

ROSE CEREMONY

In the most undramatic rose ceremony ever, Harrison escorts our two guys into a meadow with a hundred leis. (Hey, now.) Becca hands the first rose to Garrett and the second one to Blake. She is excited to share that they are all going to meet her family in the Maldives the next week as soon as her antibiotics kick in!

It’s a champagne toast! Garrett uses this time to cheers Becca and thank her for all the wonderful times they’ve spent together, loving each other and laughing and generally being MFEO as Blake watches and I hide behind a couch cushion.

Soooooo awkward.

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Lexie
Lexie

Wow! This is an AMAZING post! Especially because this happened to be the most boring bachelorette episode I think I’ve ever watched!

Loved the “old fashioned lock, one that could unlock my strawberry shortcake diary from 1980”

And “this has Grey’s Anatomy plot line written all over it!”

Did anyone notice that their bed in the glamping tent looked busted down the middle???!

I’m rooting for Jason as the next bachy! Thanks for a great recap Lincee!

Jessica

THE BROKEN BED!!! Yes, I noticed it, too!

Christen
Christen

It looked like a makeshift headboard that was already in 2 pieces and they just knocked one over. I don’t think they actually “broke” it.

Norma
Norma

So very disappointed she sent Jason home. He was the most normal of the three. She will end up with Blake because she has the most connection with him. I want Jason for the next Bachelor.

Strawberry Shortcake diary!! bahahahaha! Love it!

Contrarian
Contrarian

Not so sure about that. Becca says she likes to be “challenged,” but I think she likes being adored even more, and Garrett is more than prepared to do that. He still seems a bit broken from his last relationship, and in his pain and uncertainty, comes off very grateful and willing to please. These aren’t negatives, just my observations. I think Garrett gets the nod.

Jill
Jill

I agree. While I do think she’s quite into Blake, I’ve seen enough to make me think she is more into Garrett. Yes he does still look shaky when he alludes to his past (and i do think it was very bad from the bit we heard, really affected him, his family backed that up) its taken a while for him to talk about his feelings, but once he started, I really believed him. He’s just not as expressive and comfortable talking as dear Blake is. I am worried about both him and Blake, whoever is not picked will be so devastated. I find the fantasy suite thing to be icky – how much time between these “dates”?! And when I see how these guys have been drawn in (and its partly the situation, the isolation, one woman they have to wait for) I dont like how manipulative the show is, with these people and their feelings – and with the editting. Started to kind of dislike Becca too – enough with the outfits, the jump and straddle move … just too much. But the show has sucked me in anyway, here I am still watching! And Lincee, these recaps – always hilarious.

alyce
alyce

We watched the previews for the finale about a hundred times to see if we could get any clues. When she cries to her mom and says she doesn’t want to hurt “anybody’s feelings,” you can’t see her face because it’s buried into her mom’s shoulder. We re-watched that part a bunch because you can see that she isn’t moving her mouth during “anybody’s feelings.” We think she says she doesn’t want to hurt Blake and that the rest is voice over. You can hear the beginning of a “B” and then the voice over starts, and if you watch her mouth, it’s like she says only one syllable.

This is not a spoiler. I haven’t read anywhere what really happens. I’m just going off of what our watch party thinks we saw. We are now convinced that Blake is going to be rejected and also need therapy. Intense and prolonged therapy.

Mollie A
Mollie A

Thank you for acknowledging that she had on full make up, including coral colored lipstick, the morning after with Blake. Also, I had to hide behind the cushions with all the innuendos about “I didn’t need that but I needed that last night” discussion with Blake. We get it but don’t want/need to picture it.

Sad for Jason but he’s too good for Becca. Here’s hoping he’s the next bachelor!

KarenS
KarenS

Omg! I thought I was hearing things! I was watching live so I couldn’t rewind!!! Hahahaha

Islandchic
Islandchic

I noticed the full make up, coral lips and Extra lashes as well, I said that I wished that I woke up that way as well, lol. Done by makeup artists, and slid back into bed. Lol.

Karen
Karen

Apparently she’s the Marvelous Mrs. Maisel!

Cassie
Cassie

Karen, I thought the same thing!

Babs
Babs

Lol, love that show!

Liana
Liana

Of all the beautiful places they could have used in Thailand, hiking in the bushes to the temple? Rafting down a filthy river? Is ABC trying to save money? I don’t care for Blake, he is too intense and never shuts up. Garrett is ok, she may pick him. The moment I saw Jason didn’t get the jump and straddle (trademark pending) I knew it was over. He was a class act and I hope he is our next Bachelor.

Loved your recap, had me laughing from beginning to end. You never miss any details. Counting the time for the podcast tomorrow.

KarenS
KarenS

She was wearing a skirt? But yeah, I noticed that too and was like, NO JASON!!!

Laurie

I literally am wetting my pants howling at this recap. It is flippin hilarious. Blake just gags me and Garrett is too robotic. Jason was the one…..her loss. Omg I just loved this one!!!!

Jenness
Jenness

Thanks for the great recap. Have to say I’m not liking either of the last two standing for Becca. I find Blake hard to watch and listen to – sounds like he’s gargling when he’s speaking. And I don’t find Garrett at all interesting and fear he may be wound a bit tight. Jason was the least annoying of the three but I hoped all season we would see him at least once sans hair gel.

Sheila Brown
Sheila Brown

I’m surprised Lincee didn’t mention the naked wakeup looks of Becca and Garrett compared to the clothes and freshly eyelashed face with Blake. Could this be another clue? I hope not, not a Garrett fan!

KarenS
KarenS

I thought she was naked at first too, but she was wearing that grey slinky pj top she had on in the ITMs. It was odd she was fresh faced in Garrett’s but not in Blake’s? Maybe she passed out, haha? Rachel said on a pod this week that she thinks up to 50% of the fantasy suite dates do not end up in actually sleeping together, but rather talking and falling asleep from being so freaking tired.

Cassie
Cassie

I think so too. I bet The Bachelors try and I bet the Bachelorettes are more considerate.

Elizabeth
Elizabeth

One of your best recaps, Lincee! So funny!

Jan
Jan

Lincee,
I have to voice my feeling. Right from the start of this post, over and over and again and again while reading I was scrunching my eyes at the crudeness of your comments … I couldn’t place the feeling at first, as this is not how I have come to know your posts (I am a long time reader of bach posts). Then it hit me- this is the icky feeling that I got reading the posts of Some Guy. His posts of women got very crude. I have not listened the pod casts that you have done with him, but I have to wonder if this has contributed to the shift I sense. I’ve always enjoyed your posts for their wit (love the strawberry shortcake key), but the cringy comments aren’t fun…
(sorry to be critical, I have had MANY moments over the years laughing out loud while reading your clever words)

grace
grace

This is someone’s blog to read or not read as you please…….Please stop reading if you don’t like the way it makes you feel. The rest of us enjoy it.

AnnD

Amen to that – don’t change a thing Lincee, we love you (and your entertaining recaps) just the way you are!

Joobee
Joobee

Agree with all the replies. This is a great blog, love it as-is. The show is kind of icky in general, and one of the main things that makes it funny and watchable for me is this recap! There are waaaay more recaps that are NOT PG rated- this is both the funniest and the cleanest of the humorous ones. Keep up the good work Lincee!

Cassie
Cassie

Amen!

Betsy
Betsy

I think the ick factor comes from the concept of fantasy suites in general. Lincee just makes it more hilarious. The podcasts with Some Guy are hysterically funny and it’s totally worth watching this garbage just to be in on the jokes. Keep up the good work, Lincee and Some Guy!

Colorado Mike
Colorado Mike

Betsy – I couldn’t agree more. If you’re doing a humorous recap of an episode that’s almost exclusively focused on hanky-panky (or at least the insinuation that things are happening behind closed doors) without making humorous hanky-panky comments, that would be a very short and very humorless recap.

Also, “Rachel already smudged Becca’s naughty bits with sage way back during week one” made me literally laugh out loud. Unfortunately, I was at a Texas Rangers game when that happened. Fortunately, there were about as many spectators at the Rangers game as there were at the Bachelor Winter Games events. The one usher within earshot did notice that I’d laughed uproariously at a time that made no sense in the context of the ballgame, and he eyed me suspiciously for the remainder of the game.

Excellent recap, as always, Lincee!

Sherrine
Sherrine

Jan, I’ve felt this as well, for the last few recaps. Funny as always, but a little more of a bite to them.

Abby
Abby

Lincee, please don’t change your writing style because of this comment! It was an episode focused on sex, Jan…Lincee’s jokes about it were G-rated and in good fun without being dirty or crude. Don’t read Some Guy’s (old) posts if you aren’t a fan. Skip Lincee’s fantasy suite recap if you are afraid it will make you feel gross. But please don’t put something in her mind that might make her too cautious where it’s no longer any fun. It seems you are in the minority, so maybe just skip this particular recap in the future!

tracee
tracee

Lincee….your “Hey Now” comment…..hilarious. Can’t blame a boy for trying.

Florida Karen
Florida Karen

Lincee – There will always be people who disagree with what you write, how you write, etc. Be yourself, so many of us look forward to your recaps each week.

And BTW, I just finished your book. It gave me insight to who you are as a person and I laughed out loud several times. I highly recommend it!

Wendy
Wendy

Rude.

If you can’t handle Lincee’s humor, how on earth can you watch this show?

Loosen up a bit. Or at lease keep your criticism to yourself. Lincee is a real person with real feelings. She didn’t need or ask for your opinion.

Allia
Allia

Long-time reader here.
I could not disagree more about the crudeness of Lincee’s writing… what I HAVE noticed is that the show has been getting progressively more crude. I’m always impressed at how Lincee manages to turn the gross into funny, and keep it light-hearted. I think the writing has only gotten better and better – sharper, funnier, and on point.
Keep up the great work, Lincee! You always make my Tuesday.

Allia
Allia

Also, I agree with some of the other comments that it’s rude to make a judgment on the writing. Even if she wanted to add some bite to her jokes, or go nuts and change her style completely, that’s her creative decision. It’s not up to the readers to tell the writer how to write…

Kay
Kay

I can understand feeling skeeved out, not because of the recap though, but because of the episode!
Personally, I think the Jump and Straddle (TMP) is so over the top….(I’ve heard that particular move referred to as a “Jump and Hump” –barf)… I can’t even imagine wrapping my legs around a guy like that in public…..maybe I’m old-fashioned–ok I AM old-fashioned– but the proximity of “things” when a J&S happens is just a little….er…..ew. I don’t want to see that….and with a bunch of different guys??
But that’s just the tip of the iceberg….the innuendo and double-entendres this season were so NOT SUBTLE….why do we CARE that Colton is still a virgin?? Oyster pistols???? The rose petal-covered, one-bed “fantasy” suites?? They might as well go for broke and have the overnight dates at a place called the HOTel COral EsSex….
My point is that without Lincee and Some Guy making light of the overdone sexual tone this show has taken, I would NEVER be able to watch it!!

Heather
Heather

Jan, I believe if you take a pause and readjust your perspective, you will see that Lincee is bringing her wit, imagery, and everything you have always loved about her writing…and appropriately reviewing a piece of theatre. The Bachelor/Bachelorette shows are a piece of theatre…and the story that is being told gets ridiculous at times…under a ridiculous premise that we grow to care about somehow. We poke fun at the show, and we poke fun at ourselves for being deeply invested in the “characters” of the show. Like any audience member taking in a piece of theatre, we are here for the ride. I would like to reassign the word “crude” that you used and point it toward the material. If you look at Greek theatre comedies by Aristophanes…the humor was found in over-the-top sexual crudeness. Innuendos are spelled out and in your face in these Greek plays even more so than in later Shakespeare plays. There is a level of Greek comedy played out in Fantasy Suite week…and so Lincee must playfully “go there” to maintain the loose grip she holds on the material that she is reviewing and weaving her own humor into. As a single woman, I can say that I take sex very seriously…but I believe the playful nature of a sexual innuendo is different than crossing the line into crass or disrespectful. I believe that Lincee is of similar heart in that regard. She is a human being….not a brand…and so the “product” we receive in her writing should never be predictable. And the reason it is beloved, is because we enjoy her perspective. It is grounded in reality and yet takes us on a journey with exaggeration and metaphor that is highlighting the theatrical material that we all witnessed when we watched the show!

grace
grace

I always feel dirty after this episode. Trying out the sex with 2 (or 3) guys sequentially is disgusting……Grey’s needed again for passed diseases.

Patrick
Patrick

I kind of hope they have at least a buffer day in between “dates.”

SusanB
SusanB

My husband and I discussed the exact thing. The ick factor of Fantasy Suites is overwhelming.

Hayleyhb
Hayleyhb

If she sent Jason home, shouldn’t she have to forgo the fantasy suite and stay In her individual room?

Sam
Sam

Just literally LOL’d at this. You’re right! Those are the rules! She shouldn’t get the fancy room alone!!

Islandchic
Islandchic

Did anyone else notice that the same scene with Becca in the green tank top and high wasted denim panties from the morning after Jason was “sent home” even thw same hand geatures was used after the “supposed” return of Jason AFTER her date with Garrett with a voice over of Garret’s date. They edited to look like Jason showed up after that date, when it was the same morning after and BEFOR E Garrets date. My co-workers and I were group texting and re-wound 3 times and it WAS the I identical clip. The editors are playing with us. PLUS Jason said that he was ther for the entire week. HUH???? Aren’t they supposedly sent home?

Islandchic
Islandchic

Also, just like the yurt in he who should not be named episode, Did the tree house have a bathroom? All I saw was a tent. Poor Becca.

Jill
Jill

Noticed the same thing

Babs
Babs

They did manipulate that scene where he returned, but I listened to a podcast with Calia Quinn and she said they make them stay all week even if they are rejected (like she was with Ben Higgins). They make them all stay so no one catches on who was sent home before it airs (like Reality Steve who spoils the outcome).

Trish
Trish

“then her life flashed before her eyes and she saw toddler guidos with slicked back hair threatening to whack people on the playground.” This cracked me up! Lincee you’re the best! I’m hoping for Jason for the next bachelor – with different hair.

Maggie
Maggie

Jason’s well-spoken and adorable brother we met on his hometown date had fluffy, non-oiled great hair….. so there is massive potential if Jason would be willing to do a non-guido makeover. He’s such a great guy; my favorite of the final three with loads more going on than the remaining two yahoos.

Joobee
Joobee

I bet Jason has fluffy wavy/curly hair like his brother and just doesn’t know what to do with it, so he beats it into submission with hair gel. Here’s hoping he gets a hair makeover- I think he’s hot!

Karen
Karen

The image of “little guidos” running around totally got me! With that said, really who cares about his hair?!? ABC has not seen a man this eloquent, classy and put together in a looonnng time. I’m into it. Team Jason all the way!! I really hope he’s the next bachelor—let’s go for depth for a refreshing change. BTW, if anyone wants to see his updated hair look, I think you’ll appreciate this clip of a post Men Tell All interview: https://youtu.be/xn2zjqPPLsA You’re welcome!

KJM
KJM

Oh thank you! Seems like a little change that still captures his style, but gives a much better impression. Actually, his eyebrows and teeth look like they’ve had some attention as well, which has me thinking that they’re literally grooming him to be the next Bachelor.

therighthandofgod@yahoo.com
therighthandofgod@yahoo.com

I finally hit the Pineapple button on my remote — to no avail. When Jason came back the second time, I cringing behind my pillow. The comeback for clarity is every guy’s most sack sack move. I hesitate to admit, I have used it more than once and with results similar to Jason’s. Um, er uh, no we can’t even be just friends. Oh, Pineapple where is thy sting?

Lincee ignore the above criticism. You are the best. We are all big boys and girls on this blog.

Lorenzo
Lorenzo

U used the G word omg!!!!
As a guido I am not offended nor protesting tmrrw .
Your funny and I enjoy your work.
Thank you