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Variety is Good

by Christie Humphries

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Posted on January 15, 2013 at 8:29 AM

 

When Sarah found out that she received the first one on one date, I don’t think she knew that she would have to hold on for dear life. Sean decided to teach her that what goes up must come down. He picked her up from the mansion in typical fashion…a helicopter whisked them away for a champagne toast downtown, but this was no normal cocktail hour. The helicopter landed on top of a 40 story building and they had to free fall on cables to the platform below. I’m pretty sure they both needed a drink at the end of that date. Sarah showed that she could do anything with Sean by her side and though it wasn’t a zip line, this date allowed her to fulfill an adventure that she had always wanted to experience and hadn’t always been allowed to participate in. It was a very sweet moment and showed that Sean is the kind of guy that sees what’s inside, not just what’s on the outside.
 
Kristy won the award for the 3 book Harlequin Novel cover deal on the group date. The titles of those books should be “Solid Gold Dancer”, “The Loudest Hooker”, and “Not Model Behavior”.   She was so obnoxious I don’t know how anyone can stand to be around her, let alone give her a rose.
 
Maybe it’s just me but by the time the ladies made it to the evening festivities, they all looked like hell. It must have been really humid because all of their hair was frizzy and their makeup was wearing off. There’s nothing worse than a group of sweaty impatient women trying to make small talk while their boyfriend is making out with another girl. No one struggles with her jealousy more than Tiara. It certainly brings out her crazy eyes and the forehead dimple. I think Katie’s hair got a little out of control and may have been speaking to her throughout the date…feeding into her insecurities. She decided to go home on her own. This place just wasn’t right for the yoga instructor…she went home to find her center and some conditioner I hope.
 
Desiree unfortunately got PUNKED on her one on one date. I didn’t really feel like her reaction was as “sweet” as Sean seemed to think it was. If I was sitting alone in a room and a million dollar piece of art went crashing to the ground, I think I would have been a little more concerned. I would have run out to find the artist immediately. She just sat there with her wine in her hand and an awkward grin on her face. I’m sure she’s sweet, but I don’t think she’s very smart.
 
Am I the only one that thinks Daniella bears a striking resemblance to Hayden Panettiere’s strung out mother on Nashville? Hmmm maybe it’s just me. She’s just one of the many women that Sean decided to keep around this week. Sean seems to think that he needs to get to know these ladies a little better before putting them on the crazy train home. This is clearly the most diverse season of The Bachelor ever and frankly…I’m happy to see it.

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