IHGB #255: Bachelor Clayton Hometowns
Well, it seems like just yesterday, Clay-en was the big, bumbling guy trying to capture Michelle’s attention by building forts for children out of hotel bed sheets.
Now he’s buying flowers, meeting parents, and attempting to judiciously answer the question, “Do you love my daughter?”
It’s hometowns. That means scary siblings, difficult dads, and random wannabes who are either vying for screen time or slowly wishing The Bachelor camera crews would cease and desist capturing every moment of every conversation.
Unfortunately, none of the parents, friends, and family followed the assignment. Instead, we had a bunch of ordinary people on our TV screens, so Some Guy in Austin and I were forced to veer off topic once or twice.
Or three times. You’re gonna love it. I promise.
Here’s the link to our official Bachelorette Bracket we are playing with my favorite sports podcast, Last Night’s Game. I can’t wait!!!
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Is there a blog recap for the Hometown dates? When I click on the “recap” link above it just goes to last week’s blog post, from their time in Vienna.
I don’t see one either…
P.S. TOTALLY agree that Roland’s voice was giving off some real Barack Obama vibes! He even looked a tiny bit like him, IMO. I liked him quite a bit!
I can’t access the recap either. Just last weeks comes up. I was SO looking forward to reading it!
Repeatedly checking for the recap is disappointing. Could a note be posted saying that there will not be one that particular week? I worried that there was further family problems.
Great podcast, Lincee! I never used to listen to them but find myself preferring the podcast.
I did NOT understand the Love Actually thing either. And, he was able to ride in a car w someone but can’t have a conversation?! Let’s get ready for the rest of the crazy ride of this boring season.