Here it is: the long-awaited return of Bachelor Masters! j/k we know what you really want is more Arie. Or not, depending on whether you think he’s controversial or not. Either way, we break it down in our typical Bachelor Masters style. Join us for the start of our big third podcast season!
Taylor and Derek’s proposal was so difficult to watch that we compare it to The Exorcist. We also compare lots of other things to lots of different other things in what is now becoming typical tangential discussion on the Bachelor Masters. We hope you like it and want to come back in a few months after the hiatus! If not, well, it’ll be a sendoff not unlike Taylor and Derek.
It was bound to happen: the way this season is going it was only a matter of time before we saw the dark side of our favorite cast members. Raven, Kristina, The Twins… whether it is the editing or reality show fatigue the spark might be gone, but at least our displeasure makes great podcast fodder!
We bet that after last week you said to yourself, “I want an episode featuring the women.” Who wouldn’t? Last week the men set us up with varying implementations of mixed signals. and nothing brings out the worst in women like getting too attached on a reality dating show.
When Shakespeare wrote his tragedies he had historical figures with fatal flaws in mind. When producers of The Bachelor created Bachelor in Paradise they had Dean, Taylor, and Lacey in mind. Each of them have major flaws that have pissed off peers and viewers. So take note because some day this could be you. Nah just kidding, but it’s all good teachable moments anyways.
Here we are at the start of our second season of Bachelor Masters and we have a third person joining the podcast, Itzíar, and Chris and Craig couldn’t be more happy! Together we actually stay fairly on track discussing the plot of this two-parter, but who wouldn’t when there’s the Ken Doll swimmer, Raven’s yellow makeup, and Emotional Intelligence’s emotional intelligence to talk about? So stick with us as we dive in (get it?).
Come one come all to the three hour finale breakdown with Craig and Chris as we once again tangent wildly while trying hard to stick to the story. You know, the story about Rachel finding love with Peter… or, Bryan. We actually have a few wildly different takes on the whole situation so listen in as we make sense of it all!
How do you take characters whose stories have played out and turn it into a podcast? Combine Bachelorette The Men Tell All banter with movie reviews, of course! So listen in as we deconstruct some films and the various shortcomings of this season’s non-winners.
In this episode we call out Judge Lindsay for not being bothered to appear on the American Broadcasting Company leaving Rachel’s Mom to corner the men by herself. Meanwhile, Peter goes douche, Bryan gets grilled, and Eric, well, he gets to sleep in the Fantasy Suite.
A good episode begets some good podcasting, and we try not to disappoint while following four hometown dates that take us on a tour from Miami to…. Wisconsin, Colorado, and Maryland. And, spoiler alert, Dean gets a rose… not.