They go to Glacier National Park, which is a great choice in that their bodies wouldn’t be found for years. Lindsay says she’s never felt so close to somebody as Sean, which makes me feel inestimably sad for Lindsay.
- Daniel, The Bachelor Season 21, Episode 5 Weecap
This designer seems like a sweetheart with a good head on her shoulders (which makes her too good for this hot mess of a show), but she’s also a wedding stylist who seems desperate to walk down the aisle in a gown of her own. You see how we’re a little torn here.
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The perpetual Bachelor Pad contestant is seriously unlucky when it comes to finding love on television, but he’s an adorable everydude that we enjoy watching. He’s funny and strategic and has that puppy dog look down to a science. Why not let him travel the world for free and get to go on dates? Holly can be his relationship consultant.
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The Gang’s All Here
The “Women Tell All” turned into a group hate fest of Courtney, though deservedly so. She came out to “defend” her abhorrent actions on the show and came off as even more phony and ridiculous than ever. She attempted apologize (though she earlier wouldn’t accept Emily’s apology because she doesn’t do that sort of thing) and said that she handled everything wrong (now that she’s seen how the press has torn her to pieces) and would behave like an actual human being if given another chance. We didn’t buy it, and the other ladies who had to live with her didn’t seem to believe her crocodile tears either.
Kacie decided it was just a great idea to go into a shop and buy a baton to show off her lame skills from high school marching band. Way to impress a guy. And she did it again when he showed up for the hometown dates. No wonder he ditched her before the sex date.
Cry Me a River
We usually have to wait for the Bachelor to start dumping girls before the waterworks start, but not this year. There were tears right out of the gate, mostly because Monica took an instant dislike to annoying blogger Jenna and Jenna just couldn’t understand why. She started crying. In a weepy meltdown of epic proportions. In the bathroom. Where the cameras kept the audio rolling as she just uncontrollably sobbed.
Courtney wails a bunch of nonsense about how she didn’t think things through, like it takes some kind of human-relationship-savant to know that being civil to people is generally the way society works best. Anyway, Courtney heads outside to an awaiting limo, just as the rejected women — as well as a few women in the audience — start taking out their earrings in preparation.