We know we’re titling this episode after Aaron’s quip to Thomas, but we also talk a lot about Aaron and Thomas in this episode so, ya know, it fits. Thomas, of course, takes up a lot of the show’s time this week and we give it a full analysis along with Aaron’s anger problems, Blake’s arrival, the group think and vigilantism, and some thoughts on Conner and Michael, all sprinkled with personal anecdotes by our co-hosts. Then we wrap up with our usual Fashion Roundup. Hit the play button and join us!
We start off this podcast episode really excited because not only are we recording at a reasonable hour of the day and week, but we had a couple listener reviews come in! We read those and jab a bit about some random topics before getting into Matt and his Dad’s reconciliation, the dates with Michelle, Bri, and Rachael, and seeing Matt’s nipple during one of the fantasy suites–so risqué! It’s listener appreciation week and we’d love to have you hit the play button and join us!
Welcome back, and we come back strong prompted by Co-host Iciar’s most excellent cultural provocations. They link love languages (with a nod to our last two podcast episodes) to politics and, generally, Western Civilization. (Seriously, this happens.) Either abruptly or smoothly, depending on your taste for non-sequitur, we then get to Peter and his quest to find love that’s exactly like the love he has with his parents. Err, his parents have with each other. Co-host Caitlin shares anecdotes, Co-host Craig makes things confusing, and it all wraps up into a tidy, albeit longer than usual, first Bachelor Masters episode of the season. And the Fashion Roundup, too! Hit the play button and join us!
We recorded this episode early in the morning so it takes us some time to get into our groove. Once we do, Co-host Iciar leads us in an interesting conversation about “love languages” and even has all three of us co-hosts take the love languages quiz. It’s a result of the various Bachelor in Paradise couples having to cope with their coming break-ups (err, leaving Paradises together) and walls up and down and whatnot. If you’re sleepy, this is a great episode. If you’re wide awake, it’ll be a good preview for when you’re sleepy later. Either way, it’s awesome! Join in by pressing the play button!
We weren’t in a tangenting mood this time around, a result of this messy episode we are charged with critiquing. Our conclusions are varied and we ultimately blame editors, producers, contestants, us viewers…. but not Hannah. She rocks. A shorter podcast episode begets a shorter podcast description! Hit play and join us!
Surprise! We recorded live from an East Hollywood Bachelor Watch Party last night hosted by awesome Bachelor Masters fans Miriam and Leah! Note that we cut out various pauses, breaks, and times when we weren’t talking because we were watching the episode (more like cringing at the episode) which takes it down to about an hour. Come along for the ride in what is our first live remote!
We had to put Tia in the title of this episode, right, otherwise you’d think we weren’t paying attention. But there’s a lot of other things that go on or whatever like making out and hooking up. We go through each couple and date piece by piece and come to the conclusion that everyone is a… you’ll have to listen to find out!
Just like that Becca’s chapter ends yet chapters for a dozen past rejects begins! We’ve been here before: two nights, two series passing like ships in the dark. Five full hours of content resulting in a 1 hour and 10 minute podcast. Whew! How is Garrett navigating his Insta likes? Will Becca support him? Who is that strange uncle? Are the producers manufacturing conflict between Tia and Colton? Who is that blonde guy? We try to figure it all out, come join us for the ride!
Like the Bachelorette episode itself it took us fifteen minutes to get into the podcast. But a lot of that is because of our fascinating breakdown of Bachelor Masters data! What does that mean? Listen in to find out, we promise that it is…. data. But you could be into that kind of thing. We also wonder why Becca keeps saying “IN love” (emphasis ours) versus “love” and also what’s going to happen when Garrett wins. Join us!
A problem with these four guys is that they overlap in such a way that it’s difficult to know who they are without looking closely and looking closely changes our perception of the four guys. You know, like…. Schrödinger’s cat. (We’re really stretching here.) Anyways, we try to fill up an hour and fifteen minutes based on these hometown dates and some of The Proposal. Come along for the ride… if you can stomach it!