The theme of this week's episode of "The Bachelorette," part one of the finale (or "fin-ahh-le," as Chris Harrison calls it), was tears. So many tears. Guys, was Chris actually telling the truth this time when he called the end of this season "shocking" and "dramatic"?
The most boring season of "The Bachelorette" is back this week -- and thank goodness the hometown dates mean we're finally inching toward the finale. I see the sparkling rock at the end of the proverbial tunnel, folks.
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.
"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.
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.
The fourth episode of "The Bachelorette" should be renamed "How To Feign Excitement About New Jersey."
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.
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.
After just two and a half short months -- an appropriate amount of time to recover from Sean Lowe's excessive shirtlessness -- "The Bachelorette" is back. Desiree Hartsock has graduated from "Bachelor" dumpee to the main woman, ready to go on a journey to find true love by sorting through 25 (mostly bizarre) gentlemen.
According to Renata Sellitti of Thrillist, girls hate "Game of Thrones." Her reasoning is as follows: there's too much female nudity, the incest thing...
Haven't we long since come to terms with the fact that women can wear short skirts and red lipstick, love fashion and champion women's rights? That describing a woman as smart and sexy is not, in fact, an oxymoron?
Attention "Mad Men" fans: It's time to leave Betty (Draper) Francis' body alone. Last night "Mad Men" returned -- and along with Don's cheating ways, Megan's excellent sartorial choices and Peggy's badass lady boss demeanor, we were subjected to a deluge of fat-shaming comments about Betty.
From the very first "Housewives of Orange County" show, I was hooked. As the years went on and the new versions started popping up in the different cities, I became obsessed. What was this magnetism that had a hold on my appetite for entertainment?
It goes like this: a female character judges the male protagonist's bad behavior in a completely rational way, and the audience hates her for it.
Emma: At the end of last episode, we saw all of the girls sort of hit rock bottom -- this episode, we got at least a bit of resolution.
It's been a long journey, filled with roses, meltdowns and excessive shirtlessness, but last night Sean Lowe's search for a fiancee on national television came to an oh-so-sweet end.