Hi everyone it’s Sarah, not Amelia, writing “The Bachelor” recap. It is both an honor and quite a bit of pressure given that last night was the dramatic season finale. The occasion, of course, called for a group of friends gathered around bowls of chips, salsa and rice crispy treats to fully immerse ourselves in this “so bad it’s good” TV.
I started watching “The Bachelor” three years ago with Jake’s season in an attempt to bond with a large group of girls in my Washington, D.C. dorm/apartment. (They had a group name and everything. I never quite got it, or fit in). I was the girl who sat in the corner and quietly made fun of everything. Despite thinking the “journey” was ridiculous, I’ve been hate-watching ever since. Keep reading »
We’re extremely excited about the return of either of our favorite shows this fall, but we’ve realized that a season finale refresher is in order. Hey, when our lives and our homies’ lives have real cliffhangers, we can’t be expected to remember months later what happened to our friends on TV, too. Read our updates just in time for the start of the fall TV season on September 2. Keep reading »
On last night’s season finale of A Shot At Love II, Tila Tequila offered her heart to Kristy, who then promptly turned her down. The two of them really seem to be acting, and badly, and this just reinforces my gut feeling (and the internet rumors) that Tila isn’t bisexual, but knew she had to pick a lady this time around to keep up the facade. Having Tila get dissed just adds more drama AND opens up the door to season three of this crap fest. Sigh. I miss Laguna Beach. Keep reading »
Last night’s season finale of Lost was basically the best two hours of my life, I think. I was on the edge of my seat; I cried my eyes out; and at the end I’m pretty sure my entire building heard me scream, “What?!?!” As to not give away any spoilers to fellow fans who haven’t seen the two-hour episode (What is wrong with you? Don’t you have PRIORITIES?), I’ll put my Top Five Favorite Moments after the jump… Keep reading »