The Bachelorette 10×11 ‘Week 10’: The final rose and beyond

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Here it is, the moment we’ve all been waiting for!  Okay, maybe not everyone, but those of us who somehow got sucked in to this cheesy reality show about finding love probably have.  This last episode of The Bachelorette was a live viewing party that included an appearance by both of the final guys at the end along with Andi, of course.

I think it was pretty obvious from the beginning of the episode that Andi was going to pick Josh.  She seemed a lot more affectionate and excited on their final one-on-one; they were even calling each other “babe” and “baby” (which, in my experience, is pretty serious stuff).  Both of the guys were nervous when meeting her parents, and I thought Andi’s dad’s observations of that were hilarious.

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Let’s move right on to the most awkward part of the episode though — Nick’s confrontation with Andi.  It was so pathetic and strange.  It must have been really hard for Chris (Harrison, the host) to navigate that conversation.  Apparently, Nick had been trying to talk to Andi for months.  Now he finally had the chance, and he didn’t really say anything worthwhile.  He moreso just embarrassed himself, and Andi did not look pleased.  Nick was very pouty from the beginning of the show and didn’t even like group dates, so I am not surprised by his reaction, but I did think it was weird that Andi and Chris even allowed this final conversation to happen.  Maybe it was the producers’ decision for ratings or something.  Who knows.

Andi and Josh really do look happy together though and I could tell that she liked him back when she started saying that “it could be too good to be true”.  Like she said in the end, that type of fear is love.  It’s the fear that this could be it, the last person you’re going to be with.  I think it’s crazy that they had to hide their engagement for so long and sneak over to each others’ houses.  But, if they were doing all that, how did people already know?  Now that it’s time for Bachelor in Paradise, I’m definitely staying off-line.  No more accidental reads of spoilers for me!

Stephanie Shar

Stephanie Shar

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