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!
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!
For what is probably the first time in Bachelor Masters history, Co-host Craig actually likes the episode. And this is wild too: Co-host Iciar doesn’t like the episode. At least that’s what both of them say before going on about Hannah, that Scott guy, that Luke guy, why she even gives roses to any of the guys, jackets, morality, quitting jobs, and, well, that Luke guy again. It’s all here in our third podcast episode of the season! We’re still sans Chris, but please listen anyway!
Co-host Chris is, unfortunately, not with us again this week, but, interestingly, Craig and Iciar still arrive at Chris conclusions… he has that influence! This is also a shorter Bachelor Masters episode because life is… like that. Short episode, short description! We hope you’ll listen in!