We’ve got a classic Bachelor Masters episode for ya where we go back to our roots discussing the cultural contexts of various Bachelorette happenings. We also debate the effectiveness of Universal Studios’ new ad campaign because, well, dreamy Leo works there. But will he make the final four? Listen in so you can hold us accountable when our predictions are inevitably wrong!
Jordan is no Corrine, so we say goodbye to this villain without batting an eye. Well, in the blazing Nevada heat there’s bound to be some eye batting. Nevertheless, guys get cut as Becca narrows the field. This turns is a point of contention for our three Bachelor Masters hosts who debate whether the remaining guys actually like Becca and whether Becca actually likes the guys. Oh and we review Westworld for some reason. Join us for the fun!
This is what we’ve all been waiting for: ABC tossing two whole shows on us at the same time. In this podcast episode we debate whether or not The Proposal is interesting, though it undoubtedly is interesting when compared to the current season of The Bachelorette. We also talk in detail about a few of Becca’s suitors because, well, that’s what podcasts are for! (And we think we have a little crush on Leo.) Come join us as we come roaring back after our week off to recap the full three hours of content.
What is cool? That’s an age-old question left to none other than the Bachelor franchise as we see Becca’s dudes try to be cool and uncool. Indeed, we try to figure out if Becca herself is cool in what is probably an uncool topic for podcasts. Come along for the ride (but do it without looking like you’re in a hurry).
Ha, see what we did there with the catchphrase? Alas, the first episode of a Bachelorette season is usually the least interesting as we’re forced to sludge through contestant gimmicks attempting to catch Becca’s attention. Though, this time around we’ve noticed that Becca is handling herself well, with poise and humor, and that’s… interesting! To make up for no real villain (sorry, Male Model guy) we also talk about the hit family film Saw.
Time again for the start of another Bachelorette season and we’ve got an epic countdown show to kick things off. From an account of us getting escorted off of the Warner Brothers lot to our dinner with (err, next to) Executive Producer Mike Fleiss to, of course, our analysis of the bios of the eligible bachelors, we’ve packed our season premiere full of great podcast banter. Join us!
From the moment they began the split-screen “unedited” breakup we all knew Becca would be the next Bachelorette, cementing her fame and place in reality TV history. So how did the show keep up suspense and intrigue after this non-bombshell? By including fascinating conversations with Arie, Lauren, and a team of past super exciting Bachelors sitting on Chris Harrison’s couch. Believe it or not our podcast tear down is WAY more exciting and travels deep into the nature of relationships. Follow along for our last podcast of the season!
We’re back after an unscheduled week off to go over all of the material from the past three Bachelor episodes: from hometown dates to Women Tell All to sex in the champagne rooms (or tent if you’re Becca). Stick with us until the end because we have a lot of juicy insights to share!
It’s February and we find ourselves in Manchester for a new formula in the Bachelor Universe that’s almost exactly the same as the old formula of Bachelor in Paradise. Except this time the cast is confined to a ski lodge. The locale inevitably leads to hijinx the first day made juicier because of International cultural differences. Who wouldn’t want to podcast about this?
We say some things we probably shouldn’t have said on this podcast episode. But that’s what happens when encountering people (read: Lauren) who pull it out of ya. You know what we mean. If you don’t, listen and we’ll tell ya!