Side note: Blakeley might be falling in love. But Tony is not, even if he says he is on camera. He’s just an opportunist. And when they spent the night together, did he say to everyone, I gave it to her good?

When you see Blakeley “workin’ it” and winning challenges and going on dates, you know Chris BLEW IT! He had as loyal a partner as somebody might find on this show, and he was just so excited to kiss all the girls and be all popular and in control like Mike Stagliano (aka Stags), but he screwed up. Hell, Blakeley seems like one of the few girls who would’ve been cool not being romantic with her partner. I think Chris could’ve boffed Sara for the rest of the show, but as long as he was loyal to Blakeley, she wouldn’t have cared.

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One Response to Bachelor Pad, Episode 6 (Stags’s Plan Backfires)

  1. Corbyn says:

    Chris: he seems to be the bane of everyone’s existence right now. He’s not sure if he’s coming or going. I totally agree with you that Chris rationalizes everything and somehow he just shrugs it off. This really was the defining episode this season and I made sure that my Hopper is all set to go with PrimeTime Anytime. That way I don’t have to worry about missing anything on ABC for the rest of the season. A Dish co-worker explained how it works and now I’m hooked. Chris can’t see the forest for the trees and he’s just traipsing around thinking that everyone thinks he’s the best just like he does. I think it’s high time he got a wake up call.

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