As if reality TV is not dramatic enough…Emily has to go and make it more dramatic by over-reacting to Kalon’s careless comments about her “baggage”. Seriously?! We all have baggage. Whether it’s a kid or family issues or hang-ups you have from a past relationship…it’s all baggage. I’m sorry that Emily took such offence to it, but honestly if that’s what it took to get Kalon’s pretentious ass off the show…so be it. I would have enjoyed seeing her “go backwoods, hood rat, West Virginia, on his ass”. He’s a jerk. He should have been kicked off long ago just for being who he is. Outright calling her kid baggage was classless, but he had way more flaws than just his loose lips. I actually feel saddest for Doug. Emily kept saying over and over again how she wished that someone had said something, that at least one person had her back….hmmm . Isn’t that person Doug? I’m not sure which show you were watching, but the one I was watching showed Doug pulling you aside the minute he found out and throwing Kalon under the bus. I can only guess that Doug is not someone that she is particularly concerned with or having feelings for. I think she was pre-occupied with the fact that the guys she really likes didn’t say anything…like Arie. Jef on the other hand was apparently the guy who had the actual conversation with Kalon and he paints a pretty picture of himself on his one on one date with Emily. I don’t know that I can really picture him as the white knight coming to her rescue. These boys don’t exactly make Romeo in my book. Good luck to Emily on this journey. I guess Kalon should feel lucky he wasn’t beheaded.
To Have Baggage or Not to Have Baggage...That is the Question
Posted on June 12, 2012 at 10:49 PM
Updated Tuesday, Jun 12 at 10:49 PM