Recaps

Bachelor Clayton Season Finale: I love you the MOST

Why has this recap taken so long to write? Do I not understand the emotional gravity of a season finale? Even one as boring as Clayton’s?  Yes. I do understand. But I have a few reasons why this one has tripped me up.  For one thing, a lot of life has happened over the past few months, and there are many balls to juggle. I’m afraid several have come tumbling

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Bachelor Clayton Women Tell All Recap

Bachelor Clayton Recap | Women Tell All If you’ve been around this website for a hot minute, you know that watching Women Tell All has never been at the top of my list of things I enjoy doing. However, because I love you people and am a professional, I prepared myself for a night of hysterical antics by watching dramatic clips of Real Housewives on YouTube and reading negative book reviews

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Bachelor Clayton Recap: Psychoanalyzed

Bachelor Clayton Recap | Episode 7 Did I watch a fourth of this episode with my thumb firmly pressed on the fast-forward button? Maybe. But that didn’t stop me from having a fine time witnessing Clayton almost self-destruct at the word “performance” as he pulled at his tight-fitting turtleneck in Vienna. Clayton fully embraces the mantra that many bachelors and bachelorettes adopted in the last decade by not playing by the

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Bachelor Clayton Recap: Villains Gotta Vil

Bachelor Clayton Recap | Episode 6 I feel slightly sorry for The Bachelor because many distractions were competing for my mental space on Monday night. First of all, Valentine’s Day called for copious amounts of heart-shaped chocolate and Mama’s famous pink lemonade daiquiris. Second, the residual effects of the euphoria I experienced during the Super Bowl halftime show were still ricocheting through my body. Sadly, a dull bachelor gallivanting around Croatia

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IHGB #252: Bachelor Clayton Episode 5

Hello everyone! Well, I’m back. Sort of. The last few weeks have been extremely emotional with the passing of my father. I find myself laughing one second, crying another, and somehow hungry through it all. Grief is weird. But when you have a built-in community of people who care about you, it makes the pain much more managable. I do have a community of strength around me. And that includes

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