Well rose lovers, were we not entertained? SPOILER ALERT if you haven’t finished watching tonight’s epic three-hour Bachelor Pad finale. If you have, you’re probably still hoarse from yelling at your TV after Holly and the Pad producers left poor Mike Stagliano bruised, battered, and broken hearted. (Okay, maybe I’m the only one who was yelling.) Of course, tonight we also crowned the “winners” — and thank GOD their names did not rhyme with Stacey and Brianna. Did the right team take home the money? Did Ella really need that new nose? Did Team Bachelor go a little too heavy on the flat-iron with Ben’s hair? So many pressing questions! Stay tuned for my full TV recap later tonight (UPDATE: Click for Kristen Baldwin’s full Bachelor Pad finale recap and Chris Harrison’s exclusive Bachelor Pad blog), but in the meantime, post your thoughts about tonight’s Bachelor Pad finale below. Farewell, rose lovers! Meet you back here in 2012!
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I hope all of you enjoyed a nice long Labor Day weekend. I’m happy to see that once again you were kind enough to make sure part of that extended weekend included your usual Monday night appointment with all of us at Bachelor Pad. Before I left the mansion after last week’s rose ceremony, I informed everybody that from now on they would be competing as a couple and would be voted off as a couple. This didn’t seem like huge news, but by the end of the episode you saw that it really was. READ FULL STORY
You’ve got to hand it to Erica — the girl’s got a lot of confidence. If you’ve seen tonight’s episode of Bachelor Pad (and SPOILER ALERT if you haven’t) then you know what I’m talking about. I find her near-delusional level of faith in herself endearing, and I, for one, would totally watch her as the Bachelorette. (Can you imagine? Dare to dream.) Anyhow, tonight’s episode had its share of choice moments, including Erica’s extremely awkward attempt at seducing Blake, and Kasey and Vienna’s fight about his extremely awkward attempt at seducing her. (Oh, the horrors that night vision camera has seen!) And we’re just one week away from the finale — will the other contestants finally rise up and overthrow King Kasey, or will he and his low-libidoed queen continue their stampede to the finish line? Make your predictions below (team Ella for the win!), and stay tuned for my full TV recap later tonight. (UPDATE: Click here for Kristen’s full Bachelor Pad recap, and don’t miss Chris Harrison’s Bachelor Pad blog.)
Before we start talking Bachelor Pad, I just want to say the Bachelor family is thinking about those affected by the hurricane this weekend. Our “Bachelor Gives Back” crew is already thinking of ways to help. Now let’s talk about this week’s dramatic Bachelor Pad episode. We started with the exit of Jake. He left the contestants with some very good advice: If you have any thoughts of winning this thing you have to vote out the power couples. Kasey survived the closest vote yet and as he put it, he feels he is the strongest “strategist” in the house. You would think with Jake gone the house would calm down but that was not the case at all. READ FULL STORY
Shocker! The quote above does not, in fact, refer to Vienna. But I think those of you who’ve seen tonight’s episode of Bachelor Pad (and SPOILER ALERT if you haven’t) know exactly who Graham was referring to. It was an emotional night, rose lovers, and not just because Princess Crazytears went off on her supposed “partner” yet again. If you’re like me, you found yourself tearing up a bit during Michael and Holly’s heartbreaking heart-to-heart on the couch. (Let her go, Stag! You can do better!) As for the eliminations? Yeah, well… no real surprises there. Can’t wait until the “power couples” have to start turning on each other. Stay tuned for my full recap later tonight (UPDATE: Kristen’s Bachelor Pad episode 4 recap is live), but in the meantime let me know what you thought about tonight’s episode. Did the kissing contest make you sick to your stomach? Would you rather kiss Kasey, Vienna, or the barrel of a loaded gun? And who’s your favorite couple in the house? Let’s hear it, rose lovers!
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