If you've been keeping an eye on The Fatchelor since the beginning, you've noticed that even though there were ladies crying about being fat, big or "plus-sized" at the start, the four remaining women are large-breasted, hourglass-shaped stunners.

Take Malissa, seen in the clip above. When Puke Luke took her out on a one-on-one date in last night's episode, he gushed, "we'd have some good-looking kids." My theory is that he will end up with Malissa at the end of the show, because all of the other women have jobs like stylist/model/fitness instructor, and Malissa is a waitress. He says he wants someone who has her own dreams, but it seems like he really wants a woman to be a kid-producing housewife.

And seriously, in which universe is this woman Malissa fat, unattractive, or someone who finds it tough to meet a man?


More To Love: "We'd Have Some Good-Looking Kids"S

Let's face it: She knows that she is hot.

More To Love: "We'd Have Some Good-Looking Kids"S

More To Love: "We'd Have Some Good-Looking Kids"S

Here are the other ladies in the final four:

More To Love: "We'd Have Some Good-Looking Kids"S

Mandy, who is not fat and is, in fact, a fitness instructor.

More To Love: "We'd Have Some Good-Looking Kids"S

Anna, who is not fat, and makes her living as a plus-size model.

More To Love: "We'd Have Some Good-Looking Kids"S

Tali, the simply gorgeous Israeli stylis/decorator who is not fat.

There's still some drama left in the show:Malissa also seems to have (or has been edited to have) an evil streak.

She let loose a barrage of questions on sensitive Mandy, which made Mandy cry and say, "I'm an emotional wreck."


Then again, when Luke met Mandy's parents, her mom called Mandy "crazy."

Actually, Luke went on four dates, and met with some family members with each of the four ladies, and came up with four things "wrong" with each. Malissa never babysat for her sister; Mandy might not be ready for marriage; Tali is Israeli; Anna travels a lot as a model. (Anna was eliminated last night. Awesome career? You're not for Luke!)

But the real problem is that the show that was supposed to be about the "real" or "overweight" people finding love is really about one guy with 3 gorgeous, busty women to choose from. Decisions, decisions!