After 11 long weeks of watching Emily fall in love with Jef on The Bachelorette, and seeing good-guys Arie and Sean get sent home heartbroken, and Emily acting like a lady, I think we’re all ready for some ugliness on TV. Oh, and I don’t mean real ugliness like the kind you see on the news …there’s always plenty of that. No, I mean the fake, vapid ugliness that we’ve come to love/hate from reality TV. In a summer landscape full of voyeristic offerings such as Big Brother (spunkybean recaps of Big Brother here) and Glass House, for my money there’s nothing quite as skanky as Bachelor Pad. Unlike Big Brother, often populated with strangers that we need to analyze and get-to-know, here on Bachelor Pad, we have legendary sluts and social misfits ready-made. It’s no wonder ABC dreamed this up. Essentially, with the giant group of Bachelor/Bachelorette rejects, they had a reality show starter-kit.