Crashing waves! Mountains! Boats! This week on Desiree's reality TV journey for love, "The Bachelorette" crew has traveled to the island of Madeira, which as we're frequently reminded, is off the coast of Portugal. And -- shocker! -- everyone thinks it's the perfect place for romance/love/happiness.
After last week's show, ABC led us to believe that Episode 7 would be full of grown men sobbing over railings in exotic locations, holding back tears at the rose ceremony and breaking down in rejection limos. Shame on me for buying into the producers' tricky editing.
Desiree and her band of bachelors are slowly making their way through Barcelona because apparently it too is the perfect place to fall in love. So they say.
"Barcelona, here I am!" yells Des at the beginning of this week's episode of "The Bachelorette." And not only is Desiree in Spain, so are her eight remaining suitors, who are now finally at an appropriate number to tell them all apart.
Guten tag, readers. It's week five and you know what that means? ABC foots the bill for the entire show to fly somewhere overseas because "Fill In The Blank Country" is totally the best place to go when you're on a journey to find true love.
After a rousing week of Hurricane Sandy destruction in Jersey, Desiree's 11 remaining dude-bros are off to their first international destination: Munich, Germany. Naturally the episode begins with yodeling, the subway, panoramic views of the city and a whole lot of Americans attempting to speak German.
In week 4, the dreams of eleven boys who are pretty came true in Atlantic City. That's right, readers. Our favorite reality show traveled to the birthplace of the Miss America pageant.
The fourth episode of "The Bachelorette" should be renamed "How To Feign Excitement About New Jersey."
You know your best friend best. If she can barely pack herself to go on a weekend escape and never gets anywhere on time, you may have unrealistic expectations of her.
The emotional walls are starting to come down as the testosterone levels begin to rise. This episode features two group dates that will inspire the men to channel the competitive spirit they either keep conveniently tucked away behind a gentlemanly demeanor or blatantly display through thick necks and tribal arm band tattoos.
The third installment of Desiree's search for a man-child fiance includes three games of dodgeball, five fake cowboys and one lying "Bachelorette" contestant. Welcome to true love, y'all.
Former ABC Bachelorette hopeful and pediatric dentist Dr. Misee Harris was simply researching HPV online and was shocked to see the news surrounding...
I have to congratulate ABC for truly going the distance during the group date. Asking the whitest of white guys to channel their inner rap artist was pure gold. And I commend Soulja Boy for having the unfailing strength, unwavering ability and unending spirit to neither laugh nor cry during his mentoring sessions on how to be thug.
Welcome to "The Bachelorette": Soulja Boy edition, in which the genre of hip hop is subjected to men who we all hope will never rap or dance again in their lives.
I really wish I knew how the producers encourage the men to meet our bachelorette -- do they tell them to admit how nervous they are or persuade them to come up with the corniest and/or most memorable introduction?
"The Bachelorette" is back! It seems like it was just yesterday that we witnessed Desiree clinging to Sean's neck, begging him not to let her go, before emphatically claiming to the rejection SUV camera man and ABC Psychotherapist that Sean had made a huge mistake.