Thursday, May 31, 2012
Tuesday, May 22, 2012
Are you glad Donald took home the trophy? Were you rooting for Katherine or William? Leave a comment & share your thoughts!
Sunday, May 20, 2012
What did you think of the finale? Did Arsenio deserve to win or was Clay robbed? Leave a comment and share your thoughts!
Tuesday, May 15, 2012
Sunday, May 13, 2012
What did you think of the finale? Are you happy that Kim won or were you rooting for someone else? Leave a comment below!
Wednesday, May 9, 2012
Tuesday, May 8, 2012
Sunday, May 6, 2012
beat Art and J.J. & Brendan and Rachel to be crowned the winners of the race. The episode began with the final four teams flying from Cochin, India to Osaka, Japan. In Japan, the teams took part in tasks such as running on a treadmill trying to grab three rubber chickens, participating in a game of sushi bingo and convincing locals to get their picture taken behind a sumo wrestler cut-out. Dave and Rachel checked into the Pit Stop first and were awarded a trip for two to New Zealand. Vanessa and Ralph arrived at the Pit Stop last and were eliminated from the race. The final three teams then flew from Osaka, Japan to the final destination city of Honolulu, Hawaii. When they landed the teams were instructed to find the twins "Mauka" and "Makai", which they had to figure out meant the Waterfront Towers. When they made it to the towers, they had to ascend and rappel down one of them. They then participated in a Roadblock where one team member had to shave enough ice to fill a bucket. After that, they took a helicopter ride to Oahu's North Shore where they joined a surf rescue team and had to drive a Wave Runner into the ocean and rescue a distressed swimmer. When the task was completed, teams followed a marked path to Hakipuʻu Valley where their final Roadblock awaited. The team member who didn't do the first Roadblock had to sled down a hill on a skinny sled and then roll a rock into a goal. Dave and Rachel rushed past the second Roadblock and went straight to the Finish Line, where Phil informed them that they had to go back and complete the task. Even with their backtracking Dave and Rachel still completed the task before Art and J.J. and went back to the Finish Line, where they were officially crowned the winners of the race and awarded the $1 million prize. Art and J.J. finished second, followed by Brendan and Rachel in third. Did the team you were rooting for win?
Wednesday, May 2, 2012
Tuesday, May 1, 2012
Episode 4: Bermuda (13 down to 10)1-on-1: Doug. They go on a tour of the town St. George and visit King Square. Doug gets a rose.
Group Date: Boat racing date.
2-on-1: John and Nate. The three of them go cliff diving. Nate is eliminated.
Rose Ceremony Eliminations: Michael and Charlie. Nate was already eliminated on the 2-on-1.
Episode 5: England (10 to 8)1-on-1: Sean. They go on a bus tour and have dinner at the Tower of London. Sean gets a rose.
Group Date: Eight guys rehearse a scene from "Romeo & Juliet". At the after party Emily blows up on Kalon and tells him to “Get the f*** out!” and he’s eliminated.
1-on-1: Jef. He gets a rose.
Rose Ceremony Elimination: Alejandro. Kalon sent home on the group date.
Episode 6: Croatia (8 to 6)1-on-1: Travis. Tour of Old Town Dubrovnik.
Group Date: Six guys and Emily watch an advance screening of “Brave” a new Pixar movie.
1-on-1: Ryan. Here’s what’s interesting: Only six guys made it to the next city of Prague and those are the six guys on the group date. So the two guys who got 1-on-1 dates, Travis and Ryan, are eliminated. Yet we know that on 1-on-1 dates, you either get a rose and you’re safe or you’re sent home. If they’re both sent home on their dates, that means there would’ve been no rose ceremony in Croatia. However, on April 8th (when they were in Croatia) Mike Fleiss tweeted “Emily Maynard just delivered another Bachelorette first!” Then 5 minutes later tweeted “Turns out a rose is not always a rose.” Could be that either Ryan or Travis got a rose on their 1-on-1 date, then when it came time for the rose ceremony, Emily took it back. In summary, Ryan and Travis were both sent home.
Episode 7: Prague, Czech Republic (6 to 4)1-on-1: Arie. He gets a rose.
1-on-1: John. He didn't get a rose, but wasn't eliminated.
3-on-1: Doug, Sean and Chris. Doug is eliminated.
1-on-1: Jef. He gets a rose.
Rose Ceremony Elimination: John. Doug was already eliminated on the 3-on-1 date.
Episode 8: Hometowns (4 to 3)-Chris Chicago, IL Had dinner with his Polish family
-Jef St. George, Utah. They had dinner at his ranch. His parents were not there, just married siblings. His parents are mission presidents for the Mormon Church and live in Columbia, SC.
-Arie Scottsdale, AZ He took her to his cart shop and took her on a test drive of his go kart.
-Sean Dallas, TX Had a family dinner with his niece and nephew in attendance.
Rose Ceremony Elimination: Chris.
Arie, Sean and Jef are the final three. Either Arie or Sean goes home after the overnight dates and the other is in the final two. Regardless, Emily ends up choosing Jef and they are now engaged. Are you happy with her decision? Would you have picked somebody else? Comment below & share your thoughts!