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Juan Pablo has decided that he can't give up on love and on giving his daughter, Camila, what she wants more than anything else in the world - a brother and a sister to complete their family. Juan Pablo is ready and hopeful that he'll find love and the missing puzzle piece to fulfill his family here...on "The Bachelor". Written by
This show, and its a/b alternative "The Bachelorette", are easily the most pathetic, eyeroll-inducing, "reality" shows of them all. I can't fathom any good reason for wasting an hour of my life watching them, never mind a whole season. CBS should be ashamed of itself for promoting the "dashing prince/beautiful princess" fantasy. It's 2014, for Christ's sake. This isn't how solid relationships are built.
The worst part is where they're interviewing the "star" in one of those moments where they're "baring their soul" accompanied by thoughtful music. You run away from people in your circle who tell you everything they're thinking, every time they're thinking it--here it's seen as deep. Blech. Even Jack Handey wasn't this emetic on SNL.
Much is made in the fan mags about the couples resulting from this show. What they SHOULD do is a "where are they now" on the people who AREN'T picked and what work they're getting in Hollywood as a result of being seen on "The Bachelor" or "The Bachelorette", since that seems to be the real reason anyone puts up with this nonsense. I have nothing but contempt for the people who put this drivel on the air--in fact, I've wasted too much time writing this review.
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