Bachelor in Paradise 1×04 ‘Week 4 Pt. 1′ & 1×05 ‘Week 4 Pt. 2’: ‘Dropping like flies’

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Wow, gang.  Like, wow.  Where do we begin?  Kalon and Lucy came and went, Clare left (voluntarily), Marquel left (involuntarily), Graham almost passed out, and Lacy had a trip to the hospital.  I can’t even imagine what could possibly happen next on summer’s craziest show.

So now we’re left with Lacy and Marcus, Sarah and Robert, Jackie and Zack, Michelle and Cody, AshLee and Graham, Jesse and Christy.  Lacy and Marcus are probably going to get married, while Sarah and Robert are getting close to that level.  Jackie and Zack are just starting to get to know each other, but I can see them being a cute couple.  They’re both laid-back and seem relatively normal.  Michelle likes Cody, but Cody is pretty much in love with her and it’s overwhelming.  AshLee, though a tiny bit cooler now that I know she has a fashion blog, is still shady and Graham still doesn’t see it.  Jesse is also shady, and slutty, but according to the preview of next week, Christy finally wakes up.  Hooray!

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Source: ABC

To be honest, even after four hours of this stuff, I don’t have much to say.  It was pretty predictable that Clare would get mad at Zack for not being serious enough, Michelle would get turned off by Cody for being too serious, and Graham would stay with AshLee even though he has no reason to.  I was bummed that Jackie chose to give her rose to Jesse instead of Marquel, and I also think it’s interesting that people thought Marquel was a player for going on dates with different women while Jesse is having make-out sessions and three-ways.  Mad props to Kalon though for going on a date solo.  That was hilarious and, you know, if I was a sleazy jerk that no one wanted to date I’d do the same thing.

Now that we’re a few weeks in, I can’t help but wonder what happens at the end.  Do the dudes propose to their respective ladies?  Do the last people standing who didn’t leave the show in frustration get a prize?  I’m starting to question the point of it all — not that I care.  I’ll still be watching, and I’ll still be here writing about it.  See you next week!

Stephanie Shar

Stephanie Shar

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