I hadn't watched it at all this season, but I did see it last night. I get the feeling the producers think people really enjoy seeing beautiful women cry, especially if they remind people of cheerleaders who made their (the viewers) lives hell in high school. And that viewers enjoy watching competitive model types making idiots of themselves over a guy they wouldn't even pay attention to in the real world.
That plus, has any bachelor on this series ever actually married the last woman standing, in any of the previous seasons?
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I know that on the Bachelorette she married him and they have one child together. Other than that they have yet to marry the woman that is left in the end. But I really thought there was a contract they signed that they had to pick someone.
I too was sitting there telling my husband, (who hates watching this show with me) that he was going to call Jinni back. I wonder if he maybe really wanted to marry one of the other girls. I personally think he should have picked Sheena. (but I think how her mom was planning the wedding before she was sure kind of scared him off.) She was the most genuine to me anyways.
It's hard to imagine any of their bachelors marrying any of the women they pick for this show. The whole setup is just guaranteed to make nice, attractive women look superficial, servile, and needy. Far less enticing than they'd be in their own environments, unless low self-esteem ruins all their relationships there as well. What's got to be at the back of any guy's mind is "Anyone can see why I signed on for this, but why in the world did you?"
LOL.. i was just going to pull this up and ask you the same thing. Yes I watched and I agree, what a jerk. He can't possibly have feelings for DeAnna. How can you say you have strong feelings for a person and then just let them walk away. GRRRR how agreivating.
Shows like that annoy me. What happened to just falling in love naturally . They air the romances out in public. Show one guy with all the different women, and i think it does not set a good example of what we hope for in our young people. It basically tells the young girls to go for money and the young guys that if you have money, you can get any woman you want.
If you are a dog and your owner suggests that you wear a sweater, suggest that he wear a tail.