I feel like this entire episode was just one long strip tease that never gets to the main event. Kind of like this Twitter recap while you’re waiting for Crick’s Dude’s Breakdown of last night’s episode. To make it worse, I’m on antibiotics for a nasty case of strep, so I couldn’t even have wine (my live-tweeting of the episode may suggest otherwise). From ghosts to voodoo to epic room service orders to a resurrection and possible murder, this was a very emotionally intelligent episode. Emotional intelligence was lightly touched upon. They barely talked about emotional intelligence. Emotional intelligence.
If this is the clinically accepted definition, I am the Stephen Hawking of emotional intelligence.
Ain’t no party like a Corinne party cuz a Corinne party is fraught with whipped cream and lies.
This group date is as necessary to the plot line of this episode as the two sets of plastic forks my delivery guy brought me for my order for one.
Noted paranormal rights activist, David Ruff, had this to say on the subject:
Bachelor interns: “Nick, if you could just move under that chandelier real quick, the lighting makes you look very… not desperate…”
If this freeze frame is supposed to convince me that Nick isn’t a serial killer, it’s about as successful as his last two proposals have been.
Will DeFries, man of the people, in touch and hip with the kidz.
Alternately titled, “TGDAG: The Origin of Girl”
I’m not saying I housed a mint chocolate chip milkshake while watching this episode, but I’m not not saying that.
Don’t they also say that animals can sense evil?
SURPRISE ENDING! (Would watch.)
The bottom line here is if you come at the queen, you best not miss.
If you’re looking for this week’s episode, look no further.