I'm Not a Tramp...I Just Play One on TV.
Posted on February 22, 2010 at 9:59 PM
Thursday, Feb 25 at 11:33 PM
The Women Tell All turned out to be HALF...let's see how The Bachelor gives back to the community and helps rejected singles get a second chance at love...AND HALF the "how much do we hate Rozlyn" show. I'm actually amazed at how many past cast members have ditched their day jobs to move out to LA to try to make it in Hollywood. I'm glad ABC has managed to put them to work at the local soup kitchens. I doubt anyone will actually recognize them there. I also doubt that any of them will actually make it in Hollywood either. Unless they made it to the top 3 or were so over the top annoying or obnoxious that no one could forget them, they have a very slim chance of ever being discovered. Thankfully, ABC has done their very best to help the dismissed bachelors and bachelorettes find love by getting them all together for a reunion cruise and/or trip to Vegas. E Harmony has nothing on a booze cruise full of desperate to be famous single men and women. I'm sure that behind the scenes footage put Rozyln's to shame.
Speaking of Rozlyn...what is wrong with that woman?! She is so intent on hiding the truth; I think she actually believes her own lies. Rozlyn walked out to an almost silent studio audience. As she sat down on the couch, she smiled and waved to the crowd, who I assume she thought was clapping...they were not. Chris tried to clarify how her relationship with The Bachelor producer started. Rozlyn quickly tried to make everything sound normal and innocent. She continued to deny everything that she was being accused of. Chris began to speak to her almost like she was a child, comparing her to his small children by saying that when they tell stories and go off in wild directions talking about rainbows and unicorns, he sits them down and asks, "Isn't the simplest answer really the truth?” This analogy however was lost on Rozlyn. She said there was absolutely no physical relationship with the producer and she challenged Chris to explain to her what exactly this "physical relationship" entailed. Chris decided that it would be better to get some eye witness testimony from the women. As they one by one began to describe, in great detail, exactly what they saw, Rozyln just sat there with her jaw on the ground, swearing on her child’s life, that none of those things ever happened. If I were that kid, I'd walk around in a bullet proof vest....because your momma is a liar! Chris even went on to point out that once the show was over, she continued her relationship with the producer. She has seen him since she left the show, he's been to her home town, and she's met his father. Instead of just owning up to her feelings and "relationship" with this guy, she actually attacked Chris, saying that he's not friends with the producer and accused him of hitting on the producer’s ex-wife while they were shooting a past episode in New Zealand. Chris didn't even dignify her accusation with a response. Maybe she and Michelle should both go see a therapist to help them deal with their altered senses of reality.
The remainder of the show was kind of a blur. There was a section about Ali that basically set her up to be the next Bachelorette. There was a section that talked about Gia and her heartbreak, which we all knew was coming...because if Ali had stayed on the show, Gia wouldn't have even made it to St. Lucia. And there was a recap of how the ladies felt about the final two. They all confirmed that Tenley dreams in rainbows and cartoons and Vienna is still the devil...although Ali now feels really really bad about what she said to Vienna...because deep down she's now afraid that those awful tabloids will soon be about her instead of Vienna, once she becomes the Bachelorette.
Jake seems to love everybody. He loved Ali and Gia, but let them go. And now he loves Tenley and Vienna. How will he ever decide....choose Risky Business with Vienna or go to Disneyland with Tenley. Most people would choose Disneyland, but I'm afraid the fantasy of “getting it on” on the subway with Vienna will be too much to resist.