I’m sure they expected we’d get another Sean Lowe situation out of this season, but instead, we have all the women channelling their inner dirty girls vying to be the first one he sleeps with for the season. Wasn’t this show supposed to be about love?
Let’s be honest, this wasn’t the most exciting of hometown dates. It was pretty easy to see where everything was going, but at least we’ll have some immediate Bachelor in Paradise drama in a few weeks…
Oh, anyone else notice Wills was dressing like Janice from Friends in his multi-animal print shirt and pants? YIKES.
You know how to tell if your argument is weak? When you’re most concerned about the other guy’s egg intake and cholesterol levels.
So let’s get right to it: Becca confronts Jordan and he opens up about his dad’s unconditional love of his mother with what seems like serious mental illness, in a family that didn’t have much and sometimes went without electricity. It’s a very sad story, and I’m sure he’s being truthful, but
ABC’s new show The Proposal was created by Mike Fleiss, the same guy who started the Bachelor franchise. Let’s just hope this one doesn’t catch on.
Cut to the house and all the crazy going down this week. Lincoln things the Earth is flat and people don’t fall off because of friction? So gravity doesn’t exist and Leo is all of us because he is flabbergasted. Since we recently found out about Lincoln’s sexual assault conviction, we REALLY need him to leave.
Welcome to the injury episode! In a continuation of last week, we wrap up the Colton/Tia relationship drama, and a looooot more between David and Jordan. Jordan can’t sustain the intellectual connection David thinks Becca wants—he does know she was with Arie last, right?—and Jordan thinks that David’s cooking is lame. Jordan does know a man who cooks is sexy, right? If I learned anything tonight, both guys are awful but at least Jordan brings some entertaining crazy to spice things up.
After last week’s tumultuous first episode, this season has been off to an interesting start already. With the dramatic and tear-filled season preview, I’m sure we’ll find Becca to be a strong, decisive bachelorette, albeit maybe a little distraught. At least…if tonight’s any indication.
Connor was the first to get some solo-time with Becca after the limos and he continued to show some sensitivity that I didn’t expect. If he isn’t the dumb player-type then I’m really looking forward to this season! Clay brought out the Play-Doh (clay) to get to know Becca a little better and they made adorable little figurines of each other. Let’s just say they’re not the best artists. Garrett did a little fly-fishing demonstration with Becca and got her thinking about how he’s similar to her dad—I’m calling it, will he be in the top two?