Just when you thought this show hit rock bottom, Arie pretends to drink his own pee. Also part of this romantic date is eating worms and other creatures.
I’m pretty sure everyone involved may want to take a Listerine break before reengaging with “The Kissing Bandit”.
We’re in week 4 of “The Bachelor” which means that Arie has sent home roughly half of the night 1 arrivals, feelings are getting caught and we’re due for someone to proclaim that Krystal isn’t here for the #rightreasons. Not long after the women arrive, the first date card of the evening is delivered.
It’s gotta be soon so ABC has time to set up “The most dramatic 2:1 date EVER”. Our opening scene for this week is Bekah swimming and all of the other women talking about how she’s too young for Arie. This was the date card equivalent of when you were in elementary school and teachers would tell you there isn’t any more homework for the year the week before Christmas. Seinne is getting the first 1:1 date (which is great) while Krystal interprets this as an opening to trash her in her interview.
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At this point, Krystal is going off the rails because she is getting visibly upset anytime he looks at another woman.
This doesn’t go far but the emotions carry over into Tia’s 1:1 time with Arie. Ok, now that we got that out of the way, it’s time for Bekah’s 1:1.
She begins to open up about her feelings which translates into the date rose. The date begins with some horseback riding with cut backs to the other women discussing her age.
It is a fresh water lake resting in all its blue majesty on the northeastern border of California and Nevada.
Around its shores lies waiting a world of outdoor adventure and entertainment, not to mention a Nordic-style mansion built in 1929 called Vikingsholm.