In the first three minutes Ben has already said, “The women” ten times. He has a way with words, that one.
Ben drags out his words and then pauses abruptly at the end of each word, kind of like a white Obama of sorts.
I love how he acts like he planned the trip to Park City. Oh Benny boy, we know the low ratings you have given this show couldn’t sustain a foreign trip, but it’s cute how you’re trying to trick us. Although ABC did pull out the heli ride, it’s good to know some things never change.
Rachel gets a one on one. Kacie B. cries about it. Oh Kacie… you are on the bachelor… this is kind of how it works honey.
Rachel and Ben spend the day on a canoe. (Admittedly, I wanted them to fall out, how funny would that have been?) They had nothing to talk about and filled the silences with champagne, kissing and poignant observations about the weather.
Does Courtney know she’s being filmed? Further, does she know this will be on the air?
Ben calls out Samantha because she’s always crying and sends her packing. I have a hunch this is the first time her blond hair and cleavage hasn’t saved the day. She was a little shocked by it. Oh Sammie, don’t fret, there are many other men out there that will fall for your bullshit. You’re going to be just fine.
Hot tub, hot tub, alone time with Ben, stealing time from another girl to be with Ben… I’m bored.
You’ve got to hand it to Courtney. That broad gets what she wants. I hate to say this, but Courtney is winning.
Jennifer gets a one on one and has to wear a harness over her bikini. It was rough. Then they dropped into a crater and tried to kiss while treading water. It was awkward.
Every season there is a villain and a tattle tale, namely Courtney and Emily.
The villain always goes farther than the tattle tale. Let that be a lesson to you kids.
Monica goes home, (kind of convenient, because she won’t even have to take a flight.) The good news is we have another week of cat fights between Emily and Courtney.