It was part Dating Game, part Intervention, part Skinemax, and all gross beyond our wildest dreams. And tonight, Bachelor Pad ended exactly the way it should have, with a showmance trumping a real relationship. Take that, monogamy! There's a lot to cover, so let's get to it.
The post-mortem begins with a lot of back-slapping and toasting to the super-duper six, but Natalie is having a hard time hiding her dismay. We made a mistake getting rid of Jesse B. and Peyton, she says. I'm over the pacts at this point. Pacts are [bleeeeep].
You know what else is [bleeeeep]? White pants after Labor Day! But no one told Chris Harrison, who summons the contestants to the living room the next day while rocking some blindingly white slacks. (Yes, people, I know this was taped before Labor Day, but is there really any acceptable excuse for white pants on a man?) The bachelors and bachelorettes gloss right over Harrison's sartorial misstep and go straight to freaking out about the next competition: ballroom dancing! Kipper, who displayed tragically uncoordinated moves during his date with Jillian in Spain, is not pleased â but with trained dancer Tenley as his partner, Kiptyn probably doesn't need to worry (provided no one allows Rainbow Brite to dance the dance that's in her heart).
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