Our Host Chris Harrison: “Once upon a time, there was a handsome single dad from Seattle who was looking for love and searching for his soul mate. He found his true love, then dumped her on TV and asked Molly to marry him. This is their love story.” That’s right ladies and gentlemen. According to Harrison, this is the wedding that America has been waiting for! Seriously. I didn’t make
According to People Magazine (thanks for the link Leslie!) Jason and Molly are ENGAGED! (Side note: my grandmother – Doodle – always told me that I should never EVER take a picture with a boy/engagement photo that features my arms wrapped around his neck like a noose. She said it subliminally tells people that the girl has control issues and that the guy isn’t manly. OUCH!) Finally. A BACHELOR WEDDING!
Thank you guys so much for being patient as I battle the Texas/Louisiana “cold” and come hither looks from roughnecks. It’s a tough job but someone has to do it. And thanks for all the Our Host Chris Harrison support. He emailed me the other day to let me know how much you guys rock. Keep it up! It’s nice to get lots of comments and traffic on your site.
From Lincee: Hello there friends! Who knew Melba toast would get saucy and kiss a bunch of girls in the second episode? Go Jason! Too bad I’m in the piney woods of East Texas and can’t write the recap this morning. I’ll be driving around Louisiana today in 30 degree weather without a coat. You may feel sorry for me. In the meantime, use the comment section to discuss last
My how I’ve missed this silly, silly show. Seriously. We should have formed some sort of support group during the hiatus. I would have been Social Chairman and coordinated party bus trips down to Austin to see Hotter Than Crap Brad Womack and then Breckenridge to convince Jesse that we all need to take turns snow boarding down a mountain…piggy back style for me! The Bachelor is back people. And