The Bachelorette’s hometown dates featured a death threat, every black friend Peter has ever had, three declarations of love and one seriously uncomfortable confrontation between Dean and his dad that I hope to never relive. Don’t worry, we watched it so you didn’t have to.
This week The Bachelorette, Rachel whittled her half dozen boyfriends down to the four who will make it to the hometown dates. Before that can happen we’ll need to attend a Catholic mass, pretend to like an expensive watch, almost get hypothermia on a dog sled, and watch Rachel cry over a man we’ve never seen before. How can you resist?
Don’t worry, The Bachelorette wasn’t all a reenactment of the Civil War. This week’s episodes also featured rappelling off a phallic ski jump, traveling to Scandinavia in the middle of winter, hot men in unitards, and a Viking reenactment that resulted in bloodshed.
Tensions were on the rise for Rachel and her band of never’ll-be-married men. Lucky for us, week four gave us a blimp ride, a push-up contest, a spelling bee, and some casual racism from this season’s villain.
Heidi finds out why Bachelor in Paradise filming was suspended so you don’t have to!
This week The Bachelorette featured lap dancing on The Ellen Show, riding horses on Rodeo Drive and mud wrestling. We wouldn’t want it any other way.
Bachelorette Rachel Lindsay jumped right into week two with her first one-on-one date, two groups dates, three celebrity guests, one date crashing ex-girlfriend, and one dog wearing a cast. You know you love it.
We watched the premiere of The Bachelorette so you didn’t have to.
The Bachelor has taught us is that a lot can happen in 3 years. Specifically that given a good haircut, a gym membership and the right lighting, even a dorky software salesmen from Wisconsin can fool us into caring about his love life.