Although there was a bit of a “same song, second verse” theme throughout last night’s episode of The Bachelor, I do feel that the producers worked hard to create significant drama leading up to hometown dates. Let’s begin with the dreaded video testimony. Bless it. Colton is back in his hometown, thankful to have culled his roster down to seven lovely ladies. It should be pointed out that our boy
Well here we are. It’s week five of Bachelor Colton’s journey and he’s right on track for a nervous breakdown. He’s frustrated with all of the crazy drama that surprisingly has nothing to do with a pageant feud and devastated that there are some women in his potential wife roster who may not be there for the right reasons, right reasons. What’s a guy to do? How should he handle
I’ve been following The Bachelor since the beginning. I was the dork who was all about watching two strangers fall in love in six weeks on national television. The show debuted seventeen years ago this March. And in those seventeen years, there was only one ocassion when I didn’t get to watch the show because a thunderstorm caused the electricity to go out. Until last night. It was jarring to
I have to hand it to The Bachelor. After twenty-seven seasons, you’d think we would have showcased a pageant scandal on the franchise, but no. Mike Fleiss had to search near and far to find two best friend former beauty queens, willing to go on national television to unleash their inner beasts. And let us not forget the teeny tiny pirate wench who doesn’t want to be associated with the
When The Bachelor kicks off 120 minutes of Colton “waking up in bed,” documenting himself video selfie style, you know producers were asked to turn it up a notch and this is the best they could do. Of course, Colton’s pretend sleepy-eyed confession that he and his ladies were going to a theater to “tell stories about our firsts” was followed by a gratuitous shower scene. It’s been seventeen years.