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The unsung gospel of Marcus Morris, the $5 million man.
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The Rankings and The Roseless for week six of The Bachelor.
The rise of Donald Trump means something has gone horribly wrong. Let's just start this whole country over.
The Food Network's stale block of programming needs some fresh produce.
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Let’s just start this thing. We’re four seconds into this episode and Chris is already showering. What a clean guy. I like Jimmy Kimmel for the most part, but who came up with this gimmick? “Hey, what if we had Jimmy Kimmel meet all the women and make some jokes about how stupid this process is?” I miss the illusion that people are taking this thing seriously. Chris Harrison and I are both pissed. “With Jimmy Kimmel and The Bachelor combining… it’s gonna be super awesome.” Maybe...
I’m going running diary style for episode two. Let’s dive right in: The Diary: Shockingly, Kimberly is allowed back in. Good for her. She teaches yoga. “Goodbye means see you later. Like, see you never.” – Kaitlyn I THINK HE’S GONNA KEEP KIMBERLY, GUYS. She teaches yoga. Yeah, she’s back. “THIS KIM BROAD.” Chris needs to be TOUGHER in his picks. You need to believe in your picks, guy! Can’t be wishy-washy. Chris “doesn’t play by the rules!” Who gets the first one...
nyone who knows me knows just how much I just love love. And when it comes to manufactured love filled with manipulation (probably some Stockholm syndrome too), The Bachelor franchise is the tops. Being from Iowa, this season is extra special. Chris Soules is OUR bachelor. As Chris put it, this doesn’t happen to normal guys like him. When he was on Andi’s season of The Bachelorette, she said that was a nice guy almost to a fault. But the franchise needed a nice guy after the debacle that...