In this episode a couple of villains emerge, one who thinks she’s actually the front-runner, and another who thinks mental health is something to joke around about. We discuss this along with And Just Like That…, more about Jesse Palmer as the host, whether we should watch the World Cup and Olympics, and and a little bit about friends with benefits. Click the play button and join us!
Get ready for a knock-down drag-out fight between our co-hosts to determine the truth behind Greg’s nefarious behavior towards Katie. Is he legit blindsided that Katie didn’t reciprocate his I love you? Were his actions the result of an elaborate plan to remove himself from the show? Is Greg the victim of emotional weaknesses? We debate all of this after giving two cents to Blake and Justin and talking a little bit about fashion. Hit the play button and join us!
We start the podcast episode talking about Co-host Craig’s birthday, which he’s sad about, and iPods, which he’s more happy about. Then Co-host Iciar clears up some definitions from last week, including the Prince Harry Effect. We then talk about the episode in particular, including whether or not Greg is still desirable, some thoughts on the arguments, and why Cody might have gotten kicked off. We end with Co-host Caitlin talking about adventures while sleeping. Where is the script flipped? You’ll have to tune in to find out!
In this podcast episode we argue about a few things (and the podcast works best when we’re arguing), for example about who is deserving of love. Does everyone deserve love? Does deserving love require people to pay in cultural currency? Along with that debate we argue about Katie, knowing we’re not the only one’s arguing about her. We also talk a bit about ongoing controversies in Bachelor Nation and, of course, end with the Fashion Roundup. Hit the play button and join us!
The producers need an intervention, meaning, they need to stop intervening in the show. Right? From Victoria to five new women, it’s becoming too much for us to handle. This results in a slightly less cohesive podcast episode than we’re used to producing, but if you hang with us we do make some good points such as a lengthy discussion on escorting. We then get into playing clips from past seasons, which makes Co-host Craig really giddy. Come join us for all of the fun!
Dads take center stage in this recap of four hometown dates, particularly the two dads who feel that they need to protect their daughters. From Peter? It seems so, especially when moms chime in with quips such as, “Don’t go breaking my daughter’s heart.” We get to all of this and a lot more, including some insider knowledge of Virginia Beach, another tear down of Victoria F, and some speculation on what’s next. Hit the play button and join us!
A lot happens in this podcast episode that you won’t want to miss! Our frustrations continue to mount over the contestants and their tactics and threats, the Bachelor Masters’ perceived differences of opinions with Bachelor Nation, how Co-host Iciar and Co-host Craig are diverging their social media strategies, Co-host Caitlin’s hockey fandom woes, and, specifically, Derek, JPJ, and Tayshia. Whoa, that really is a lot! We’d love to have you join in, so hit the play button and also hit us up on our divergent social media!
The contestants and their vocal fry (and, lets face it, their personalities) have led the Bachelor Masters hosts to boil over with mixed emotions. Consequently, there are some good old fashioned Bachelor Masters arguments in this episode. Is John Paul Jones an evolved man or a creeper? Is Tayshia manipulative? Is Derek’s podcast to blame for any of the others’ actions? Is the Amazon forest burning for economic gains or displacement of Indigenous peoples? (We’re not kidding, the Amazon fire is going to ruin us all.) All that and more, simply hit the play button to join us!
In this episode we take on the various interpersonal dramas between woman and man and woman and woman and rain and humidity. The latter leads to gross perspiration which has us pondering if attraction is based on sweat. Also gross is the staging of the three-way fight at the end, that Colton joins… err, runs away from. Is this when he jumps the fence? Will he jump anything?