The first 6 episodes of this summer’s Bachelor Pad were totally boring, but the last two weeks have made the entire season worth watching – and if the previews for next week’s finale (and my wife’s hinting at the spoiler/shocker) are any indication, it’s going to get even better.

Last night we saw a villain have his day in the sun, we saw BFFs become sworn enemies, and a completely anonymous non-factor rise up and take control of the game. We also saw Night Ranger.

So, here’s a quick summary of what happened … 8 couples began the night and were immediately thrust into a trivia competition where the winning couple would choose a couple to be sent home. It could’ve gone only two ways …either Chris/Sara win and send Blakeley/Tony home, or anyone else wins and send Chris/Sara home. Chris is that much of a douche bag. Seriously. And Chris showed another character flaw on primetime when he couldn’t send anyone home until he, well, trashed everyone and belittled them while publicly claiming how awesome and deserving he is. Yes, Chris/Sara won and sent Blakeley/Tony home. Blakeley was really sad. Tony will also not have $250,000 to spend on his son even though we all know he would’ve bought a sports car first …and then a Mac book, and then a Rolex …and then some sweet rims for his new BMW 7 series …and theeeeeen he’d totally take care of his son.

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3 Responses to Bachelor Pad, Episode 8 (Meet the Final Four)

  1. Myndi says:

    It’s really hard to feel sorry for any of these people. I love when they try to act noble and special. Did you catch Chris’ comments about how only a few special people have had the “honor” of being where they are as the Final Four couples on this show? I weep for the future when I watch this. And yet, I watched this. Oy.

  2. Don says:

    Chris is a spazz and was at his spazziest last night with that speech …like he’s General Patton or cancer survivor. I sure do dislike him.

  3. Chris says:

    This show was so excruciating to watch, I mean I felt like they were giving the viewers a challenge to not change the channel when they showed those performances. I was talking to a coworker at Dish about the elimination, and she thought it was a good choice because no one will vote for Chris. I don’t know though, the eliminated contestants might vote for Chris and Sarah thinking that they will give up the prize by being greedy. I missed the show on Monday, but luckily my Hopper automatically records it for Primetime Anytime, and I was able to catch up. I am so glad that I got to endure those awful performances, is it wrong how much I love to hate this show?

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