Last night’s The Bachelorette reminds me of a joke and it goes like this …a Catholic, a Mormon, and a Dutch Reformed guy walk into a bar and the bartender says to the Catholic …wait, stop me if you’ve heard this one. The important thing is, Emily knows the punch-line.

But we are not joking around here. Emily’s life is no joking matter. I ain’t joking. Last night was the Final Four and time to meet the families. It was hometowns and Emily’s chance to psychoanalyze the dudes based on the behavioral evidence of their parents and siblings, the ruins of their childhood homes and stomping grounds, and seeing if they really, truly, and sincerely …and totally …respect “family” and “marriage” and all that stuff Emily says is totally important to her. And if you don’t think these hometown dates are important, just remember the guy who’s Dad was a taxidermist and gal who’s Mom was a fortune teller …they didn’t get marriage proposals. If your family is crazy, hey, there’s three other dudes and Emily has no reason to “look past” anything.

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3 Responses to The Bachelorette, Episode 8 (Meet the Family)

  1. Karen says:

    I know I am a week late, but I just want to say, I saw nothing fantastic about Sean’s sister. She was pretty, but in no way anywhere near Emily pretty. Not even close….

    Tell your wife, Jef with one f, grows on you. Wasn’t a fav early on, but I see it now. Still think it’s Arie.

  2. Karen says:

    OK, I didn’t think Sean’s sister was beautiful. She was pretty, but no where near Emily pretty. You totally lost me on that.

    Tell your wife that Jef with one f grows on you. He was not a fav early on and he just about lost me with the shorts and knee socks, but somehow I have grown to like him. Arie is still my fav! Still holding hope out for him.

  3. Karen says:

    OK, it didn’t post the first time so I did it again and now there are two. Sorry for the redundancy.

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