'The Bachelorette' recap: Dismayed in Taiwan

Hello, rose lovers! It's been a long two weeks -- I hope you're rested and relaxed, because we're off to Taiwan, a.k.a. the "hidden jewel of Asia." Ashley's ready to put the past behind her (no, she really really means it this time!) and move forward on her "amazing journey" to "love." Which will likely end in an "amazing," "nationally televised" "break-up interview" -- but I'm probably getting ahead of myself.

Harrison greets the guys in front of the giant display honoring the 100th anniversary of Taiwan, and informs them that the "fortunate four" men who receive roses this week will get hometown dates. The rest will most likely die alone in their apartments. Even though there are no roses on the one-on-one dates this week, JP is feeling stressed out. "I don't like it. I don't want other guys to go on dates with her," he frowns. "I am at another level with her... At this point, I'm as scared as I've been in a long, long time." People, do you see why I think this guy is cocky? Even with his dash of vulnerability there at the end, the Jape's presumption of victory irks me. I find it irksome. Read More...



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