Last week, Eric got a little worked up and the producers exacerbated that to make him seem a little out of control. Lee took this to be his racist time to shine and started trying to antagonise pretty much all the men. This week Eric is all but forgotten, and all the drama is placed on Lee’s head. So what does he do? Let’s talk about that.
Last week, Rachel was caught up in drama with DeMario who may have had a girlfriend before? Who knows. He was told to get the f*ck out and we thought it was all good… until he showed up at the cocktail party for the last word.
Earlier I talked about each of Rachel’s men vying for her love this season, but now we’re onto the show and I.Can’t.Deal. There is already so much crazy and I cannot wait to get these dates underway.
Bare with me as I learn everyone’s names though… I honestly don’t know how I’ll keep them straight these first couple weeks. Continue reading
Chris’ other big hosting night of each season is upon us, as Nick must choose between Vanessa and Raven before sitting down to hash it out for another hour afterwards. Or maybe Nick won’t choose anyone, but with how much they’ve pushed that idea it doesn’t seem likely… Continue reading
Last week, Raven started her date with Nick and revealed she’d never had an orgasm (with her ex? at all? who knows). This week we get to find out how their fantasy suite ended, then watch his dates with Rachel and Vanessa.
And then, the cat-fight of the Women Tell All (which is not live, no matter how much they try and tell us it is) comes on. If you thought 3 hours was too much, just wait for next week when we’ve got another 3 for the finale and After the Final Rose. Continue reading
Last week we left it on a really boring note: Andi Dorfman had shown up at Nick’s hotel room just before the rose ceremony, to …confront him? We know she won’t be coming by to say a friendly hello or ask to take him back – her book is not all too kind to him, so why is she here?
Turns out we needed a long, drawn out conversation with Andi. It went pretty well, and they actually covered the most controversial topics of their relationship: namely, fantasty suite sex and when he called her out for it. I’m really having a resurgence of Nick-love at the moment.
It’s like everyone pretends to love hometowns, because of this remembrance of what they used to be. Sure, we still get fun moments like JoJo’s mum drinking straight from a wine bottle, but normally they end up a little lacklustre.
Last week, Nick axed Danielle M on their one on one date and sent Kristina home before the rose ceremony – which we never ended up seeing. Corrine might have tried to sleep with him but it failed, and all the girls are anxious about making it to hometowns… Continue reading
Last week we saw Nick cut his group down from 12 women to 6 through an early rose ceremony and mid-date axes. Yikes! That led to the most dramatic cliffhanger so far – and the only one that has been even remotely necessary. Suddenly, he’s not sure whether this process will really work for him – which has inspired lots of tears and introspection leading into tonight…
As a reminder, here’s the rose standings: Kristina (1on1) and Raven (group).
Remember that ridiculous voodoo two on one date that completely disrespected the actual religious practices of many people? Well, it hasn’t ended yet. Taylor showed up to continue the horrible trend of returning after being sent home – only to be sent away again. Surprise surprise, Corinne left the two on one with her rose and nothing changed.
So now Rachel (1on1), Danielle M (group date), and Corinne (2on1) have roses heading into the rose ceremony…
Last week, Nick had a fantastic date with Vanessa and Corinne slept whenever Nick wasn’t paying attention to her. But when he did (in a bouncy castle, no less) all the other girls got angry.
He’s having a real tough time this season, trying to balance between his desire for sex and a long-lasting relationship. And, admittedly, trying to keep his newly rehabilitated image. Clearly the girls weren’t happy after seeing the bouncy castle shenanigans, and that’s where we left off last week. Continue reading