Letting the (falling) L-words Fly

This week’s episode was brought to you by The Spinners and their 1972 #4 hit Could It Be I’m Falling in Love and Alicia Key’s 2001 #1 song Fallin’. What do two girls visiting seven guys’ hometowns in two hours look like? Actually, we didn’t find out because the Evil Genius Producers (EGPs) could only... Continue Reading →

COVID on the Cruise Ship

Boys and Girls, as I might say in Bachelorese, this process isn’t working for me. It feels like the season just started but we’re already coming to Hometowns with SEVEN guys. If you say “Spencer” or “Ethan” or “Tyler”, I wouldn’t know who you were talking about. And if you said that you were sorry... Continue Reading →

Logan Stirs Things Up

Our venue has moved to the beautiful city of Bruges, Belgium where Rachel has high hopes [cue High Hopes Panic! At the Disco] of moving past her multiple rejections and enjoying looking for love in this romantic city. We already know that she has no shot, but the Evil Genius Producers (EGPs) turn the volume... Continue Reading →

Logan Stirs Things Up

Our venue has moved to the beautiful city of Bruges, Belgium where Rachel has high hopes [cue High Hopes Panic! At the Disco] of moving past her multiple rejections and enjoying looking for love in this romantic city. We already know that she has no shot, but the Evil Genius Producers (EGPs) turn the volume... Continue Reading →

Love and Lies

I have plenty of observations to recap this episode with but first, allow me to editorialize. The Evil Genius Producers (EGPs) are manipulating or and editing this season to both make the girls look psychologically unfit and the guys as insensitive simpletons. There are dangerous stereotypes being played with here and they are neither fun... Continue Reading →

Once. Twice. Three Times Rejected.

Football was a big subject of this week’s episode, so it’s only fitting that the show felt like a dull game that suddenly got filled with drama in the last half of the fourth quarter. We should have known right from the kickoff, though. The guys were having conversations about which ones liked Gabby, which... Continue Reading →

A Midi Dose of Mini Dramas

This week, your Friendly Neighborhood Muser is coming to you from Petaluma, California. [cue The Village People San Francisco (You’ve Got Me) and Dionne Warwick Do You Know the Way to San Jose because I don’t know any songs about Sacramento] Once again, with so many guys still here, it’s hard to find a thread... Continue Reading →

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