Seemingly, not much. I have to say that I was a little disappointed with last night’s “The Bachelor: The Women Tell All” episode. Instead of spending time on Jason and his army of discarded women, we got to see Trista and Ryan… again. While we did get to see some other Bachelor and Bachelorette season favorites (You can finally sleep well at night: Jesse Csincsak has found himself a woman. Hooray for the bonds that are being a reality show cast-off!) even that wasn’t as informative as I would have liked. But hey, hats off to you, Bachelor crew, you have proven to me that you have “successfully” matched more than just one pair. Perhaps we’ll even get to see the wedding of Charlie O’Connell and Sarah Brice someday…
Here is my run-down on the night:
Molly- We finally know what happened inside that tent. I may be naive, but “1st Base” does not constitute the “Walk of Shame”. I’m not certain, but I think that people reserve that term for sex on the first date. Thanks for letting us all believe that you were just a slut.
Shannon- You’re cute, but having to watch you go in for a kiss with your tongue out, grossed me out more than words can express. It would have been a better turn-on if you had just kept picking your nose.
Natalie- Oh… too… much… to… say. Let me sum up: You are one of those that make all of us blondes look bad. Oh, and you’re stupid.
Renee- How is it that you and your “Vision Boards” escaped public ridicule? Am I the only one who remembers you? Scary.
Megan, Lauren, & Erica- Still glad that you’re gone.
Jillian- I am still in mourning, but I ask myself why, during your exit interview in the car, no one could tell you that your bra was showing. Talk about insult to injury. Oh, and thanks for asking Jason about the kiss. Awkwardness = Fabulousness.
Caesar the Limo Driver- You have mad skills. Congratulations on 7 years of Bachelor service!
My one shining moment last night was when Chris (spokesman of the ABC executives) innocently asked Jillian if she would be willing to be the next Bachelorette. Hah! I meant to bet someone 50 bucks on that… shoot. At any rate: Stay tuned for my views on "The Bachelorette: Season 5".
Finally, I confess myself disappointed with ABC’s advertising. Here I am, each week, thinking that we would finally see the “…most dramatic moment in Bachelor history.”. What a clever ruse. I refer, of course, to the return of DeAnna. No worries, it’s not because I actually like DeAnna… I actually hope that Jason is man enough to just pop her one in the nose. Now THAT would be dramatic. I am tired of being teased.