All in Recaps: Bachelorette
Arie is the last man alive on Earth. Sorry.
Arie must choose who lives and who....doesn't have to date him.
"In Arizona if we want to have fun, we go bowling." - Arie
Some of the filthiest footage we’ve ever seen on The Bachelor.
Arie is beat up, the girls are tongue-tied, and I reveal my deepest secret.
We talk pillow lips, drama recipes, a reverse She's All That, and how each women deserves an Oscar.
That magical feeling when you're contractually obligated to find true love.
The only way to move forward is to leave the past behind.
The nation gets tricked, re: FANTASY SUITES, plus we break down the financial cost of keeping Chris Harrison as host. Is it worth it?
Rachel meets and says goodbye to two men, all in one episode!
We interrupt your regularly scheduled racist drama for a quick game of handball. Then back to racism.
Rachel runs afoul of the FAA, most of the men run afoul of the English language, and we still have to deal with Lee.
It’s too early for me to say that all these men aren’t good enough for Rachel, but if I wait a few seconds it’ll be just the right time.
In any other genre, one woman trapped in a house with over 30 men would be a horror show. On ABC, it’s The Bachelorette!
You don’t have to go home with Nick, but you can’t stay in Finland.
Live every week like it's Fantasy Suites Week.
Our long national nightmare of having a compelling contestant is finally over.
Nick invades HOMETOWNS! But: wouldn't we all just rather this be Luke?
There's still several weeks of this left. Sorry, America.
Tonight: a volleyball game goes off the rails, and America is left reeling.