As the episode wrapped with Bachelorette Hannah flipping off the rejection SUV that carried Luke into the onset of a tropical storm, I took a moment to marvel at the two-hour spectacular which will forever be known in Bachelor Nation as “the windmill episode.” Never have I gasped at the television so ardently or wavered in my ability to pick a lane as to which suitor I think will win
Much like that creepy gang member guy who challenges Danny Zuko to a race at Thunder Road, Hannah Brown lives by the same credo: “The rules are…there ain’t no rules.” She’s a woman who needs clarity and if that means she has to shake things up the way they are traditionally done in the Bachelor franchise, so be it. This is her life at stake, people. And she’s not going
I think the only way we are going to get through the remaining episodes of Hannah’s journey to potentially screw up her life is through the power of camaraderie, deep breathing exercises, and watching old clips of Sean Lowe’s season on YouTube. We must stand strong, people. In the epic words of the students in High School Musical, “We’re all in this together.” SIMPLE DISCLAIMER The following information you are
Y’all, I’ve come up with a theory that I think might shock you. Please don’t tell me if I’m right, because I don’t do spoilers and I’d rather be surprised (read: disappointed) in real time, the way Our Host Chris Harrison intended. I think Luke might take this all the way. Or at least to the fantasy suites. I’ve been touting “producer’s pick” here and on the podcast for weeks.
I’ll admit it. Week six of Hannah’s journey to find someone other than Luke P. was an entertainment sponge. And the ABC producers knew it. They were smart enough to shove a bunch of drama in the first half and savvy enough to anticipate the tremors which would unavoidably rip through social media outlets after giving us nothing in the second. Broadcast an hour’s worth of recap and Bachelor Nation