The Bachelor: Fantasy Suites/The Women Tell All
March 7, 2017 7:56 AM - Season 21, Episode 10 - Subscribe

Nick spends some quality time with each of the remaining contestants. The women tell their side of the story.
posted by drezdn (6 comments total)
 
I feel like the producers have a different view of what people wanted to see. I'd rather not have had an in depth exploration of Corrine/Taylor drama again, and had them show something else, thirty minutes of bloopers would have been great.
posted by drezdn at 8:33 AM on March 7 [1 favorite]


agreed. I was expecting 2 hours of fantasy suites and an hour of TWTA, not the reverse.
yawwwwn.
posted by ApathyGirl at 11:31 AM on March 7 [1 favorite]


Watching the fantasy suites portion right now, really disgusted over the way Nick is not so gently persuading Rachel to tell him she loves him so he can score a trifecta of women telling him how much they love him. He is just so slimy.

Oh he's crying again. 0_o
posted by the webmistress at 8:01 PM on March 7 [2 favorites]


"I feel like the producers have a different view of what people wanted to see. I'd rather not have had an in depth exploration of Corrine/Taylor drama again"

I feel like maybe you don't get why people watch this show. ;) If they could make an entire spinoff series of Corinne and Taylor drama, they would. And actually, having said that, I'm a little surprised that they haven't tried.

One of my favorite parts of this season has been the tiptoeing around the fact that Nick is a good 15 years older than most of the women. As a 36-year-old dude myself, I've gotten a real kick out of seeing them talk about how hot he is while I'm covered in baby vomit. Between Nick and "This Is Us", I picked a good year to be 36.
posted by kevinbelt at 8:50 AM on March 9 [1 favorite]




The problem is that I feel like the bachelor audience has gotten smarter. Everyone knows the show is manufactured, but it was pretty obvious throughout this episode that Corinne was actually well-liked in the house, and not the villain she was made out to be. Every year they feel like they have to craft a villain for the audience to cheer against, but they honestly don't.

I would much rather have more outtakes than ten minutes of women just yelling at each other while Chris looks on bemused. That, and the whole houses of fans fawning over Nick and Chris like they are rock stars just grosses me out.

But, I might be watching the show for the wrong reasons. I mean, there's this strong contingent of Chad fans out there that completely baffle me.
posted by graventy at 8:32 AM on March 12 [1 favorite]


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