At the end of After the Final Rose, Michelle and Nayte are the recipients of a down payment on a house (via gingerbread house). This baffles our co-hosts who wonder how much a house in Minnesota costs and also just how much that check was for. We also riff on Brandon and his red flags, Nayte and his nervousness, Michelle’s parents and their involvements, and wonder who the heck allowed the ocean noise to become such a character. It’s all here! Click the play button and join us!
We start off this podcast episode talking about And Just Like That…. And, just like that, we’re in the fantasy suite episode of the Bachelorette. It’s a tame episode which leads to a tame podcast, but we do touch on various aspects of the love that each contestant is in with Michelle. Plus, we argue about kids watching HBO with their parents and end with the usual Fashion Roundup. Hit play and join us!
In this episode a lot of people forget how to apologize. But we Bachelor Masters don’t forget how to argue, in this case, about those apology-forgetters. We also get confused by Clayton’s preview footage, talk about crappy novels we had to read in high school, and, of course, end with the Fashion Roundup where we gush over Michelle’s yellow velvet dress. Hit the play button and join us!
In this podcast episode we talk about the four hometown dates which are all actually in Minneapolis despite only Joe being from there. Thanks, pandemic! And, we have a lot to say about the dates despite them being pretty boring overall. Thanks, parents! Hit the play button and join us!
We spend the first part of this podcast episode considering the best movies of all time. This reflects back on earlier days of the Bachelor Masters when such conversations were more prevalent. Then, Co-host Iciar leads us on a discussion of different forms of sexism, ie, Martin’s sexism versus Brandon’s sexism. Not sure what we mean? Hit the play button to find out more!
In this podcast episode we explore regressions in aspects of Michelle’s journey, for example, her ex who made her physically sick. The guys get regressive too, such as Martin’s un-woke comments on women in Miami. We also talk about whether Joe likes Michelle, wonder where Clayton’s personality is, and finish, as usual, with the Fashion Roundup. Don’t’ regress, hit the play button and join us!
In this episode Michelle gets upset that the guys aren’t paying attention to her. And in this podcast episode Co-host Craig gets upset that friend-of-the-pod Jay in LA has seen the band Berlin in concert seven times. Co-hosts Iciar and Caitlin try to explain to him that people go to concerts and indeed see the same band more than once. Beyond all of that, we talk about whether Martin is gross or not, that Rick really is gross, and a bunch about the teddy bear group date.
Rude awakening? That’s what Jamie must have experienced after the filming of this episode. He thought he was the singular front-runner only to be stopped in his tracks by Nayte and the rest of the fellas. We talk about that after going over some of the other elements of the show, such as Top Gun, Rancho Cucamonga, and… bagels? Hit the play button and join us!
Like the board game Risk, the men on this season of the Bachelorette are starting strong with their strategies and gambits. Is Jamie going to be successful in both his lying about Joe and telling Michelle about the trauma of his youth? Is Joe going to be successful courting a women he ghosted so long ago? Can the other men sink a basket? We discuss it all with a fair amount of tangents, but, hey, it wouldn’t be the Bachelor Masters without those, right? Trigger Warning: suicide.
We’re back to ask the big questions this season, such as why Ryan would dare put all of his cryptic writings into a folder titled, “Bachlorette” (sic). Then we talk about all of the other men who stream into Michelle’s life with gags including an AC/DC schoolboy look, ruler play, and… actually that might be it because that’s all we remember of the men. Is it? Hit the play button to join us and find out!