The final four episode is always the most difficult episode to write about. There’s rarely any good drama. It’s just Emily and the boys all acting on their best behavior. With the exception of Chris’ little hissy fit at the end and Sean’s practical jokes it was all pretty boring. I feel bad for these guys. It really seems to me like she’s leading them all on…more so than usual. You would think that she actually had real feelings for all of them the way she acts and you know it’s fake. There is a difference between Southern hospitality and being a giant tease. It’s not always necessary to tell people what they want to hear just because you are afraid that a little honesty may hurt their feelings. Frankly I think she just loves all of the attention so much, she can’t bare for any of it to end. She’s got all four of these men telling her that they love her, introducing her to their families, running down streets chasing after her…it’s ridiculous. She just needs to pick Arie and ride off into the sunset in his Indy car, so she can pick up where she left off when her last racecar driving fiancée died. I know that’s a harsh thing to say, but I’m over it. If Arie is her “light at the end of the tunnel”, then let’s put these other poor boys out of their misery now before another romantic getaway on an island where they all think they still have a chance. It’s painful to watch and even more painful to listen to her talk about how painful it is to break these guy’s hearts. If it’s so painful, then just don’t do it. Tell them who you are in love with, put on the ring and go be together. Let’s not screw up the other two guys so badly that it takes them years to ever trust another woman enough to open their hearts again. There are enough wounded men out there. We don’t need any more. Someone should start a rejected bachelor rescue program online where you can adopt wounded bachelors. I’d take in one..hell I’d probably take in a few.
Posted on July 3, 2012 at 12:40 AM