July 16, 2012 | 11:29 pm
Posted by Ilana Angel
This episode comes every season and I have yet to see the point. What is it with The Bachelor/Bachelorette franchise that makes them want to recap every single thing? There are some funny moments I suppose, but in the end I would be perfectly fine without the tell all specials.
That said, the men are more entertaining than the women. Why? Because watching a bunch of men act like women is funny. Rather than my regular recap, I will simply give a list of things worth mentioning. By worth mentioning of course I mean this show is worthless, but here we go.
This truly was a waste of our time and I could care less about who she picks because she is not going to marry Jef or Arie. I think Jef may be a woman and Arie is a fame whore, so what difference does it make? A three hour finale on Sunday night is going to require a lot of booze.
The best part of Sunday is going to be the drinking. I haven’t decided what my drink of choice will be, but I will be getting sloshed as I watch, in my wedding dress, and blogging as I go. We have nearly survived another season! I will see you Sunday and I will be keeping it real.
5.23.13 at 4:21 pm | Bravo is feeding us meth instead of helping us. . .
5.20.13 at 8:46 am | This finale was anticlimactic and simply a trip. . .
5.16.13 at 2:13 pm | This show is like meth and you can't just walk. . .
5.14.13 at 6:18 pm | Bravo needs to cut Trashy Toya loose.
5.11.13 at 8:38 am | Life must be exhausting when you are LeAnn Rimes.
5.6.13 at 7:44 am | These women are crazy, but insanely entertaining.
5.16.13 at 2:13 pm | This show is like meth and you can't just walk. . . (11046)
5.5.13 at 5:39 pm | I am proud of Mariah and like her on and off the. . . (4797)
5.20.13 at 8:46 am | This finale was anticlimactic and simply a trip. . . (3497)
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