(As if you needed it) here is further proof that the Bachelor franchise is full of lies and shadowy secrets: Andi Dorfman and her chosen prince Josh Murray have split up, mere days after posing as a couple together on the "red carpet" of The Bachelor premiere.
Call it televised heartbreak, call it televised slut-shaming, call it whatever you want, but to speak in Chris Harrison-approved superlatives, Monday evening's episode of The Bachelorette provoked more response than any moment on the show ever. And all because the contestants talked what they're not supposed to talk…
Besides the rampant use of technologies like lie detector tests and ultrasounds, one topic dominated The Bachelorette's "Men Tell All" episode Monday night: racism.
If you saw promos for this week's "Hometowns" episode of The Bachelorette, there were a few things you might have thought were coming. You'd have expected stuff about whether Andi was prepared to move to Iowa and be a homemaker and her concern that one of her suitors was more wrapped up in his brother's bid to join…
Monday night's episode of The Bachelorette was yet another lesson in how this "family" handles death: by bucking with tradition by cutting a Rose Ceremony and replacing it with an awkward Q&A with Andi, the Bachelorette who rejected a suitor who died.
Monday night's episode of The Bachelorette was sexxxyyy y'all. The latest crop of social media marketers/former pro baseball players/firefighters stripped – for charity. Good thing this show airs at 8 pm ET/7 pm CT.
Chris Harrison really enjoys speaking in hyperbole, but it was easy to believe him when he said that Monday night's "Women Tell All" episode of The Bachelor was "unlike" any he had ever hosted before. Why? Because for once, all the women had banded together to hate the Bachelor, not each other.