The energy is back in this episode so the energy is back in our podcast! Listen in for our deep dives into various contestants, including Maurissa, Thomas, and Aaron, and various events, including sex in the boom boom room. We also debut a brand new Bachelor Masters segment: the Co-host Caitlin’s Mom Minute, where Co-host Caitlin interviews her mom about Bachelor in Paradise! You don’t want to miss that or anything else, so hit the play button and join us.
A few people weasel there way in, including Nick as the not-qualified leader of a group therapy session, Thomas onto the show in general, and Aaron into other people’s business. We discuss this after mentioning the Rick and Morty premiere (sorry!) then go on to deep dive on topics brought up during the aforementioned group therapy session. And, of course, we talk about Michael the Widower, as well as tattoos. We’d love to have you listen in, so 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!
We’re late recording this podcast, we know, but we try to get back into the conversation with our typical Bachelor Masters takes. This includes conversation on the racism of Chris Harrison, Kit’s next-level vocal fry, Heather’s epic use of the word like, tantric yoga, Rachel’s unawareness of racism, Abigale getting cut, and a lot more. Co-host Caitlin isn’t with us this episode (feel better soon!), which leads to a shorter podcast episode, but hey, maybe that’s a good thing for Friday listening. It’s all here and we’d love for you to hit the play button and join us!
Despite Co-host Craig’s best attempts to talk about Kit for this whole podcast episode, we end up talking about all of the other events of the week and, well, Kit. To Co-host Craig, there’s just so much in Kit and Matt’s five minute date to talk about: the cookies, the height and age difference, the happy place, the I’m failing in love with you. It’s too much. Just like Victoria is too much and finally gets past producer intervention and gets cut. We talk about all of this including Anna’s teeth, so 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!
It took a long time for Sarah to say goodbye in this episode, but it’s not just the exit that makes us think of the movie, The Long Goodbye. Rather, it’s the self-obsession, the meaninglessness of friendships and love, that links the Bachelor to the film. Know what we mean? Well, even if you don’t, you can still listen to this podcast episode because we have lots of interesting conversation around Sarah, Victoria, Katie, Rachel, Serena, and, of course, Matt, who we grill during our Fashion Roundup. Join us for all of the topics and all the fun by clicking the play button!
Just like Seinfeld had the puffy shirt, this episode has the puffy dress, which we talk about throughout our podcast and also during the Fashion Roundup. And whoa is there some fashion, such as Matt’s jackets, Victoria (again…) in her purple PJs, and Franco’s pink getup. Unrelated to fashion, we critique young parents, talk about leaving one’s caretaker duties for a reality show, and speculate on why Victoria (again, yeesh…) goes after Marylynn. It’s all here rapid-fire and we’d love for you to hit play and join us!
What can we say, we’re confused by Bachelor Nation’s love for Zac. It seems that the pivotal moment in his rise is his declaration that Tayshia has made him want to marry and have kids. Doesn’t that bump any guy’s score up? We discuss all of that in length along with the Men Tell All (which wasn’t that good), Ben (who suddenly seems like a villain), Brendon and Ivan (not much to say there), and wrap up with our usual Fashion Roundup (for which there’s a lot to say). Hit the play button and join us!
There’s very little to talk about in this episode which means that, in classic Bachelor Masters style, we find a lot to talk about. Bennett takes center stage as Co-host Iciar (sort of) defends him while our other co-hosts don’t, we wonder what’s up with Ed after he gets cut, ponder if Noah is a good guy, discuss Ben and his life stories, and end with the Fashion Roundup. Click the play button and join us!