Now that another season of The Bachelorette is over, ABC is filling the rest of their summer season with a new show, Bachelor in Paradise, which attempts to combine the crass nature of Bachelor Pad and the (intended) romantic dreaminess of The Bachelor/ette. It's not really working.
"The controversy around Juan Pablo is unlike anything we've ever seen before," host Chris Harrison said at the beginning of Monday night's Bachelor finale, before wondering aloud whether Juan Pablo was "actually here to find love in the first place." Juan Pablo was there "to find love" – he just didn't find the love…
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.