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This was the third week of dates on Bachelor in Paradise which means it was time to DTR. If you’re not familiar with that acronym then you clearly didn’t grow up going to church camp every summer or attend a Christian college during your formative years like I did. So please, allow me to explain; DTR stands for Define The Relationship.
This episode began with only three bachelors remaining and they really couldn’t be more different from one another. It’s like they were casting a high school comedy instead of Kaitlyn’s love interest. Ben is the good-looking nice guy who peaks after graduation. Nick is the teacher’s pet, but gives other kids swirlies in the bathroom when no one is looking. Shawn is the Homecoming King even though no one is really sure they like him that much since he stopped being interesting sophomore year. Call me John Hughes.
Let’s be honest, this season of The Bachelorette is ridiculous. It’s like the show runners threw every idea they’ve ever had into a bingo cage and stirred that sucker up until pure absurdity emerged. I can’t say that I hate it.