Well, I must apologize. My TiVo missed the first 15 minutes of the Bachelor because it didn't recognize the subtitle: On The Wings of Love, then halfway through the show my T.V. gave up completely and flat-lined:
Maybe it was trying to tell me something.
At any rate, I made it to the 13-inch set in my bedroom and finished it, though my husband begged me not to since I was in his sleeping quarters. He just doesn't understand how serious my obligations are.
Without further ado:
Since everyone in the blogosphere will be writing about the scandal, I'm just going to join right in.
I was giving Rozlyn the benefit of the doubt and had marked Gia with my scarlet letter of suspicion. Sad to say that my impression that "model" Rozlyn looked less Twiggy Lawson and more Jenna Jameson, was true. A girl with those proportions, no doubt the product of good genes and certainly not surgical enhancement, should go far on the Bachelor but was unable when ABC sent her home. While I, myself, didn't care for her, I wanted Jake to send her home himself, eventually.
What I can't understand is why everyone on the Bachelorette production staff knew that Wes had a girlfriend back home last season and somehow he was never sent home before Jillian did the dirty deed herself? Wes, like Rozyln, was not there with the good intention of finding love. I guess it all depends on how long you can drag the drama out and when is the optimum time for revelation to increase ratings. I'm sure there is some team over at ABC that sorts through these statistics.
Other highlights of the night:
The soft rock hit, "On The Wings of Love", finally made it into Bachelor history.
Ashley "Crazy Eyes" Schoolteacher was sent home.
Michelle "Crazy Eyes" Crazyperson was not. The longer he keeps her around and leads her on, the more chance there is of someone gettin' dead.
Quote of the night: "I don't really think that my personal life is anyone's business." -Rozlyn
Me Likey: Ali and Ella
Me No Likey: Anyone who cried when they heard about the scandal. Seriously.