Tag Bachelorette Recaps

‘Bachelorette’ recap: You go Farmer

It’s the last week before hometown dates and Andi is determined to get all six remaining men to confess that they are either falling in love or actually in love with her. There’s no time to lose! Put down the Belgian waffle, slap on a feminine scarf and let’s explore Brussels! SIMPLE DISCLAIMER The following information you are about to read is of personal opinion. However, if you or someone

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What do we think about Nick?

Please take a moment to watch this clip from tonight’s show: My thoughts: How many hoodies do these guys own? Does Dylan wash his hair? Can one of the previous bachelorettes please score him a bottle of Suave shampoo? I hope Coach doesn’t get wrapped up in the drama. Do you think Nick is a villain? [poll id=”26″]

‘The Bachelorette’ recap: Liar, liar pants on fire

Like buongiorno! Like last night was so, like, full of fake drama, that I like, stopped listening and like started counting like all the likes in Andi’s like vocabulary, because like it was like more entertaining than like actually like watching the show. Like, do you know what I mean? Like there are only, like, eight guys left and like Andi is really like, confused because like she like likes

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‘Bachelorette Andi’ recap: Oui are bored

I was distracted from the get-go by this episode. Once Andi gathered her haphazard faction of suitors and whisked them off to southern France, I couldn’t get over the fact that she (and everyone else on the show) pronounced Marseille, “mar-say” instead of “mar-sigh” as I have always pronounced it. Instead of listening to Andi wax on and off about how she is in love with four bros and one

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Bachelorette Des Recap: Loke is in the Air

After last week’s show, ABC led us to believe that Episode 7 would be full of grown men sobbing over railings in exotic locations, holding back tears at the rose ceremony and breaking down in rejection limos. Shame on me for buying into the producers’ tricky editing. There was only one emotional moment in the entire two hours and that was the Federal Prosecutor crying to his Mom. Instead of

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