On Monday, a Los Angeles jury ordered Johnson & Johnson to pay $417 million in compensatory and punitive damages to 63-year-old Eva Echeverria, a former medical receptionist dying of ovarian cancer after using the company’s Baby Powder product for decades. To date, it’s the largest amount the company has been required…
Perhaps it’s the fact that I spent last week binge-watching UnREAL, the new show that’s a fictionalized version of The Bachelor, but it was difficult to watch Monday night’s episode of The Bachelorette without being more overwhelmed than usual by how stunningly contrived the entire thing was.
Monday night’s episode of The Bachelorette was a who’s-who of rad ladies: Laila Ali taught Kaitlyn how to box, and later on, comedians Nikki Glaser, Rachel Feinstein, Bridget Everett and Amy Schumer taught men that they’re not that funny.
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.