The Bachelor Recap, Episode 3

21 Jan 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Chris Soules Just Floored Us With His Reason for Kissing So Many Girls on The Bachelor.

Kimmel appeared on Monday night’s episode of the ABC dating competition to help the newest Bachelor Chris Soules find love — although he mostly found himself in awkward situations.If there is a god in TV heaven – and we know there is ‘cause, uh, Honey Boo Boo – then Jimmy Kimmel will make frequent appearances on “The Bachelor” as he did Monday night.How does Seattle Seahawks punter Jon Ryan wind down after helping his team beat the Green Bay Packers to reach the Super Bowl for a second straight year? Instead of helicopter rides or fancy dinners, Kimmel arranged for 33-year-old farmer and his date Kaitlyn, 29, to go to an “exclusive club”— Costco.

While Iowa farmer Chris Soules is ostensibly the star of the season, and is trying to whittle 30 women down to one, he’s been somewhat upstaged by Jillian Anderson. Kimmel joined the couple for their date that night and brought up not-so-polite dinner conversation by explain to Soules he needed to sleep with every woman on the show.

When Kimmel rousts Soules from a sound sleep at 7 a.m. the morning after a rose ceremony the bachelor was, honestly, surprised when he blurts out, “what the f**k.” “I’m deep in sleep, and suddenly I hear my name being called, over and over again. Throughout the show, he pops up, planning dates, acting as a third wheel on a one-on-one with Bachelor Chris and Kaitlyn, which is where we began our journey. Kimmel didn’t stop with the individual date but arranged the group date which included Kelsey, Britt, Jillian, Becca, Tracy, Amber, Nikki, Mackenzie, Ashley S., Juelia, Samantha and Carly.

The late-night host created a set a challenges to see who was ready to be a farmer’s wife called the “Hoedown Throwdown,” which included corn shucking, cracking eggs, shoveling manure, milking a goat followed by drinking the milk and wrestling a greased pig. I honestly thought I was still dreaming,” Soules blogged on “I’m going to help him make his decision by making love to each one of you,” he tells them. “Then I’m going to report back so I want everyone to give 110 percent.” Then he brings out a huge glass jar and tells them that every time someone utters the over-used word, “amazing,” they have to put $1 in the swear jar. (One question though: When Kaitlyn says “I’ve done weirder things” than sit in a hot tub full of ketchup, don’t you wonder what could be weirder than that?) Kimmel interrupts their make-out session later by joining them for steaks on the patio and at one point suggesting a “threesome.” Guess we know who would win Kimmel’s rose. And for me to truly find out if we have that chemistry or things are there, I wanted to live in every moment, and take each individual relationship really seriously. Well, the account devoted to his hair chimed in on the black bar controversy last night: We haven’t seen black bars like this on The Bachelor since Ben’s season, when Courtney Robertson chose to go bra-less a few times.

Carly wins the event and later proves that she’s worthy of that blue ribbon she won by taking the bull by the horns, so to speak, and instigating a make-out session with Soules. I don’t regret that.” Pardon us while we swoon harder than we have for a Bachelor in a long time—and here’s the reason why: Sweet Farmer Chris seems to be legitimately motivated to find true love on this here TV show, and not just 15 seconds of fame. (You hear that Bachelor whose name rhymes with John Favreau?) “I think that I’m proud of the way I handled myself through the whole entire season.

Awkward. “Being called out by Mackenzie for kissing multiple women was definitely not a high point,” he later blogged. “I know I’ve maybe kissed more girls at this point than the average Bachelor, but I was taking things seriously, and isn’t kissing a huge part of any romantic relationship?” Soules and Whitney end up crashing a wedding on their one-on-one date. If that’s not enough of a hint to the final outcome of this journey then maybe you should stick with “Real Housewives.” Soules won our favor by listening so intently to Juelia tell the story of her husband’s suicide. Such a sad story and such a genuine response on his part when he asks a producer to bring her a tissue. “We all had a really hard time keeping a straight face when he came in to announce the final rose of the evening,” Soules blogged. “Jimmy definitely made the week unforgettable.

When I met up with him for an ABC party at the Langham Hotel in Pasadena—a k a the site of a Bachelorette wedding (J.P. and Ashley) he laughed when I asked if he was checking it out as a wedding venue. She wears short shorts and the show’s producers place a black bar across her butt while she runs around and jumps fences like an athlete as to not expose anything.

And one of the girls who was disqualified and did not make it to drinking the goat’s milk says she’s glad she didn’t have to because it was described to her as “salty and warm.” I’ve watched ABC’s The Bachelor and The Bachelorette on and off for most of my life and I’ve never seen so much kissing. Fun fact: her brother-in-law is Jacob Hester, who played running back at LSU and was a key piece for the Tigers when they won the 2007 national championship. Anyway, Becca got some alone time with Chris and they talked about kissing, but she refrained and was rewarded with a rose on a group date for being impressive.

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