The women are all made into buffoons, shamelessly throwing themselves at a guy they hardly know. They started talking about 'love' after a couple episodes.
Of course the stud remains above it all, a hopeless romantic who's sure he will find his soulmate amongst the push-up bras. He has a remarkable ability to care deeply about many women at once.
And all that kissing! I hope everyone had a herpes test before they started filming.
On the other hand, the Bachelor can probably spell misogynist.
I think the ' Bachelor' is always gay and ladies are jus pt playing a part
I don't think anyone is making the women into buffoons. They do a pretty good job of doing by themselves.
It's all in the editing, #3. Showing all their most embarrassing moments- the cattiness, the neediness, the tears. It's all shaped in a way to humiliate them.
I told you that the ending was a shocker!
Anti-man and anti-woman?
I can't believe anyone watches that show still.
It's disgusting. Who falls for it still?
Did the very first bachelor ever marry anyone ?
R4. I guess they are also editing out the gun they hold to the heads of these women making them go on this show.
I'm proud to say I've never seen a single episode of this show.
R10 Me neither.
If people actually fall for this shit and think these people will actually stay together for more than a few months after the show, they're delusional.
Actually, you'd be surprised at how many fairly-sane people are "duped" into doing reality tv, the dating shows being kind of an exception.
It certainly is all in the editing, but I'm sure they also cast according to how many ridiculous moments would be likely.
I'd rather watch lesbian porn starring past and present hosts from "The View" than watch this show.
[quote]Did the very first bachelor ever marry anyone ?
Stop! You don't realize how romantic this show is.
OP = idiot of the week
[quote]If people actually fall for this shit and think these people will actually stay together for more than a few months after the show, they're delusional.
Um, we beg to differ with you on that...
We beg to differ with you on it too.
- Ashley Hebert and J.P. Rosenbaum,...
Bachelorette Trista and her husband Ryan, whom she met on the show, are celebrating their ten year anniversary this year. They also have a kid.
I think Catherine could probably do better than Sean.
Sean is rapidly balding and will look like a muscular version of his odd-looking (and bald)father in the near future.
Sean may be great, but I suspect he might have hidden faults.
Sean looks like he came from the same cloning batch as Aaron Eckhart/Colin Ferguson/Joel Gretsch came from.
Aaron Eckhart has a million times more hair than Sean does.
So: what does that make "The Bachelorette"? (where "The Bachelor" selects its male contestants from)
Well, the cloning process isn't perfect.
If anything, the show is fun to watch just for the locations that they go to. Lots of gorgeous spots I'd love to go to!
[quote]Sean may be great, but I suspect he might have hidden faults.
Don't we all, suga. Don't we all.
It's got to be all scripted. That's the only explanation for the way those women act. A few dates and they are "in love". Bullshit, unless they are already psycho. Besides, the guys are gay or just trying to break into show biz.
Other than DL fantasies, any evidence Sean has ever tried the mansex?
Every person that signs up for "The Bachelor" is an attention whore.
They've got more issues than a newsstand before the cameras even start rolling.
Normal people avoid reality shows like the plague.
No one is in love except host Chris Harrison- with Sean. The others were "crying without tears", but Harrison was so choked with snot and tears that he could hardly talk. You could tell he'd been desperately wiping his nose because he wiped all the make-up off his big schnozz- it was as red as Rudolph.
The Bachelor just kept mechanically repeating that he wanted "to spend the rest of my life with her". It sounded like a script. Now he's going over to DWTS? That, combined with his washboard abs, equals Famewhore.
The Bridezilla-to-be acted like she was voted Valedictorian and Prom Queen on the same day. Too excited about "winning" to even notice the ring the producers bought for her.
And what's up with that studio audience of mostly women? You'd think that they would all be orgasmically happy with the proceedings; I mean, that is their thing isn't it? Bagging Mr. Right? But they all had dagger-eyes. It was really creepy.
The new Bachelorette looks like a skank! What do you think her tattoos are and where are they?
[quote]Every person that signs up for "The Bachelor" is an attention whore. They've got more issues than a newsstand before the cameras even start rolling. Normal people avoid reality shows like the plague.
I'm an ignorant boob
DL bitching about Misogyny??
yet another white guy picks a asian chick.
and sean is an awful dancer. how he didn't go home first is a miracle.