You think Superman has a poster of Christina Hendricks up in the Fortress of Solitude? No. No he does not. Posters, even in expensive frames, do not belong up on the wall of your place unless they are from Academy Award-winning films that you either starred in or paid for.
I weep for the future of this great country and the public education system, and hope that even though I subject myself to watching this monstrosity, I am not losing a significant amount of functioning brain cells.
We learn Sarah has a history of getting it on in public places and Jamie managed to serve the ABC producers a heaping pile of pitiful with a side of crazy on a rather large sliver platter. Welcome to week four of Bachelor Pad.
This season, in a surprising twist, the veteran men and women who tried to find love on The Bachelor and The Bachelorette will be competing against/coupling up with/picking on super fans in their search for love and money.
Confession time: I watched The Bachelor... and I liked it. I've been hopelessly and unfortunately trapped in the series' web of tears, overly-earnest declarations of love and tacky dresses -- and I'm far from alone.