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Arie Gate

by Christie Humphries

kvue.com

Posted on June 25, 2012 at 9:28 PM

Updated Monday, Jun 25 at 9:29 PM

I really don’t understand the drama over Arie’s past relationship with the producer. I get it that it’s probably a little strange to be hanging out with some woman that was somehow involved with the guy you’re making out with, but from the looks of her, she’s hardly competition for Emily. I think Emily may be just a little too proud for her own good. I don’t envy these guys at this point in the process. By now they have given up months of their lives to take a risk on love and they know that every time one of these guys leaves the house for a one on one, they are getting some lip from this girl. I can’t imagine that it’s too much fun for them to imagine “their girl” in the arms of another man, let alone one that they have to share a hotel room with. I’d be particularly worried if Chris was your roommate. I’d sleep with one eye open. I think that dude is ready to CRACK. In fact, I was pretty shocked that it was Sean who went running after her. She seemed really excited that he went all renegade to find her. She likes it when her boys go rogue. I think Sean and Arie definitely have the best shot at the final two. Chris definitely showed his age this week and his immaturity. I think she’s only kept him this long because she thinks he is “sooo good looking”, which I don’t really understand. I mean he’s an attractive guy, but if I were going to rank the remaining dudes on looks, he would not be my top pick. Doug on the other hand seemed to disappear on this week’s episode long before he actually went home. He is so quiet and shy that he can’t really compete with the other guys. No girl wants a guy that jumps when he touches her. I’m sure he’s somewhere back home now with his son playing hide and seek from women. Jef’s one on one date involved playing with puppets in a library. It was a little strange for me. Didn’t we already she the Muppet episode? I don’t know what Emily sees in Jef. Does she just have a thing for The Breakfast Club? I would be a little concerned if the man I was interested in could only communicate with me via hand puppets. I really believed that Chris’ meltdown would give John the edge he needed to hang on for another week. I always find that when I get that nervous and freaked out over a dude, I’m usually about to get dumped, but I guess Chris’ last ditch effort to convince her that he was the man for her made Emily decide to give him another chance. I don’t think that he really has a chance in the long run against Arie and Sean, but at least he has a rose to give him confidence to go on for one more week. I think the rejected bachelors should be forced to appear on the next episode of Wipeout and the ones that complete the course should get a chance to come back. I’m also kind of sure that the mansion they used for the final rose ceremony is the same one ABC used in the series “Missing”. It’s kind of fitting that the venue where these guys are getting rejected is taking place in the same place as a show that’s about to be canceled. Tune in next week as we see what’s upsetting Emily now?!!!

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