Tag Bachelor in Paradise Recaps

Bachelor in Paradise Recap: Not Mateo 4-Evr

It’s stormy on the beaches of Sayulita, Mexico, and that can only mean one thing: A rose ceremony is inevitable. Blake must choose who will carry his coveted bud and, when another man picks Hannah first, which lucky lady who looks good in a bathing suit will get his rose instead. There are twelve women and nine men. Someone who is really good at math tells us that three women

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Bachelor in Paradise Recap: Stagecoach Woes

Can someone please help me? I have no idea what’s going on with certain beach dwellers who are summering in Paradise. The timeline is awfully sketchy and I’m unsure if any of these jokers are actually looking for love. I blame Stagecoach.  I think the bulk of the episode can be summed up with one confusing chart: As you may recall, Blake shared a date with Tayshia the night before

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Bachelor in Paradise Finale recap: Hand-In-Hand

Pack up the tequila. Sanitize that filthy beach bed. Dust off the sand and make sure to tip your darling bartender, because Bachelor in Paradise is done. Not in a “temporarily shut down” kind of way, but the season has ended. We were left with an engaged couple, several break-ups, lots of fresh weaves, and a couple of “whoopsie daisy” moments broadcast on national television. Let’s dive in! Our Host

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Bachelor in Paradise Recap: Come and Knock on Our Door

Bachelor in Paradise Recap: Season 4, Episode 4 The tropical storm known as D-Lo leaves a path of destruction after her arrival in Paradise. Before Penguin Matt can even offer Kristina his condolences (?) the next morning, another disturbance makes landfall in the form of a spunky personality in a jungle-themed romper. Her name is Sarah. She has zero expectations but is hopeful that she will find her one true

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Bachelor in Paradise recap: D’s New Lo

Bachelor in Paradise Episode 3, Season 4 Welcome to the emotional roller coaster that is Bachelor in Paradise where scantily clad men and women gather together to consume fruity alcoholic drinks as they try to figure out where someone else’s head is at. It pained me to end that sentence in a preposition, but that is currently where my head is at, so this is where I stand because I

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