"The Bachelor/ette" franchise may have finally been completely ruined for us last night after Amy Schumer's guest appearance during one of Kaitlyn's group dates. That's how brilliant she was, turning the show into what it really should be, what it was meant to be. Schumer was her usual, inappropriately hilarious self, but it's a testement to her craft that she was able to refrain from bringing up any "Bachelor" aborshes, no matter how tempting -- the comedian can read an audience (or else the censors just kicke in). After mentoring several contestants on penning their own stand-up routines, hosting the group date at the Improv, and realizing after only half a day that she wants to spend the rest of her life with Kaitlyn, Schumer proved that she should be on every episode of "The Bachelorette," either as the host (sorry, Chris Harrison) or the bachelorette herself, returing every season, again and again. Now we fear the show may truly be unwatchable from here on out -- it was just that good:
— The Bachelorette (@BacheloretteABC) May 22, 2015
Oh, who are we kidding? There are still plenty of love lessons to be learned from the mistakes of those who continue to foolishly go on national television to find love. Here are a quick five from last night:
- There is no shame in walking away from a fight. In fact, it's a sign of character to know your own limits, exhibit more reason than machismo, and be an embassador of peace and love. Plus, why would you want to risk getting your nose broken before a date? Dumb as rocks. Just as everyone who voted for Britt should have walked away from this "process," everyone other than the "200 pound human brick wall" should have walked away from the ring.
- The Forthcoming Slut-Shaming of Kaitlyn as the Bachelorette
- Making a Bad Show Worse: Turning the Bachelorette Into Highlander
- What Happens in the Fantasy Suite Stays in the Fantasy Suite?
- Juan Pablo and the Fantasy Suite Charade
- The Return of Sean's Abs
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