Love vesus in love… love versus the idea of being in love… falling in love versus the idea of falling in love. Rollercoaster emotions aren’t limited to Jamie in this episode; there are emotional rollercoasters all over the place! We try to break everything down in usual Bachelor Masters fashion, and also in Bachelor Masters fashion we include a Fashion Roundup as well as a big comeback of Co-host Caitlin’s Ice Skating Minute! It’s all here, so hit the play button and join in on the fun!
Emotional cheating versus physical cheating: via Trevor we pounce on this opportunity to have an old-fashioned Bachelor Masters argument where we try to figure out not only what those mean but whether Trevor should feel guilty about engaging in one or the other. We also deep dive in a few other topics that this juicy episode of Listen to Your Heart brought up, leading to an old-fashioned Bachelor Masters long episode. Ready? Set, go! Press the play button and join us!
This Women Tell All was filled with arguments, and our podcast is, per usual, filled with arguments. But these are special, Insta, arguments: the influencers talking over each other and coming to no conclusions, and us arguing over an actual Instagram post put up by Co-host Iciar. So if you like arguments, or you liked our Instagram post, or you didn’t, or you don’t like Instagram, or you do, hit the play button and join us for an our of argumentative and insightful fun!
We betcha we’re the only podcast around that has lined up actual audio of Madison and last season’s Luke P and played them back-to-back in order to see how their approaches to celibacy (for themselves and others) are similar or different. Related, we then talk for a while about nihilism and setting restraints on one’s self (and one’s life). Believe it or not, we limit our tangents resulting in a podcast episode that is actually really focused on the show. We know, right??
A few conversations from our last podcast episode are continued in this podcast episode, including Co-host Iciar’s questions about what happens behind closed doors, or in this case, hot tubs. We also talk about the dates, confidence, being bored, education, isolation, religion, and even introduce a whole new Bachelor Masters segment called the Ice Skating Minute featuring Co-host Caitlin. We seem to be recording longer episodes these days so we hope you’ll hang with us past the hour marker now and in the future! Hit the play button and join us!
Many hours of the Bachelor this week begets a longer podcast episode. We try to stick to Bachelor Masters deep dives into topics rather than moving sequentially through the scenes, with some tangents sprinkled in. Whether we were successful in this task is up to you, dear listener, so hit the play button and join us for this ride along a path laid by Kelsey, Kelly, Peter, Sydney, Victoria P and Racist Victoria, and Tammy, who Co-host Craig thinks should look for the monster in the mirror before finding monsters in others.
Victoria F and Victoria P… Victoria P and Victoria F… as Co-host Caitlin puts it in this podcast episode, “I would like both of them to go home.” But why? What is triggering, for example, Co-host Craig’s vitriol of Victoria F given he usually doesn’t turn on contestants so definitively. And why is Co-host Iciar so down on Victoria P when she may be there for just the right reasons? We break this down and everything else, including mothers coddling kids and interesting middle names. Hit the play button and join us!
Los Angeles is a big place, so why are we only seeing Westlake Village line dancing bars? This is the question that kicks off our podcast episode and leads to some other deep thoughts, such as whether or not Peter has been Coltonized. What do we mean by that? You’ll have to listen in to find out! We’d love to have you along for the fun (and question-answering) so hit the play button and 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?
Co-host Craig is a little distracted today. So while in this podcast episode we don’t talk about “fear” or “Fear Factor,” he phoned in the title, “Fear factor,” based on an off-hand remark by Iciar. Fear factor! It sounds cool. Like bungee jumping: it sounds cool but probably really isn’t. None of us will ever know. But Colton now knows! We cover that and a bunch of other things, including how Bachelor contestants might consider unionizing, in this low-energy yet action packed hour.