Wednesday, January 18, 2017

'The Bachelor' Episode Three Recap

Finally, The Bachelor returned from its to be continued episode. Last week, we saw the Liz situation implode, a date with Danielle M and Corinne. This week kicked off with the cocktail party and Liz news. No one left, no one was mad, and the Liz storyline goes down as one of the most dramatic things to not happen.

The top five moments from The Bachelor week three include: 

1. Everything Corinne

Whipped cream bras, napping, bad dancing and a bouncy house sound like a weird late night TV show. However, this is Corinne's world and we are all just living in it. For all of the people that dislike Corinne, this show would be boring without her. Whether you love her or hate her, she is one of the most entertaining people to ever be on the show. 

2. Vanessa's one-on-one date

Vanessa has been one of my favorites since night one, so I was excited when she got a one-on-one date. The date was off to a good start; Nick and Vanessa were happy and there were no fears or tears. Nick and Vanessa were having a great time and then she started to get nauseous (I would've thrown up way before that, so kudos to her). Then Vanessa threw up on their first date. The producers muted her mic and Nick was incredibly sweet to her. This is one of the realest moments to happen on this show. 

After comforting Vanessa, Nick kissed her. He seriously kissed her after she threw up. This is relationship status so she is clearly a front-runner. Later that night, Vanessa opened up to Nick and he cried. As of right now, this is Vanessa's rose to lose. 

3.  Pool Party  Nanny Gate and Bouncy House Issues

Finally, the women learned about Corinne's nanny. Like most people, they assumed she had a child, but in reality she claims that she is the child. It takes a pool party and a bouncy house for Nick to learn this information from Raven. Nick's reaction was the complete opposite of how he looked when Corrine was on top of him. 

The whole straddling in the bouncy house situation was not accepted well by the women. Unfortunately for Nick, Vanessa was the least impressed. She explained to him that she had a problem with his actions. This may have been the first time in The Bachelor history to call out the lead instead of the 'villain.' In this moment, Vanessa reaffirmed her maturity and Nick looked scared. 

4. Backstreet Boys

In all of The Bachelor seasons, the Backstreet Boys may be the most famous band to be on the show. Grab some fruit roll ups and Lisa Frank notebooks to complete the millennial nostalgia. Reference #1 for the most entertaining parts of the date. 

5. Track Record

If the Backstreet Boys were not enough, track starts Carl Lewis, Allyson Felix, and Michelle Carter showed up. Fun fact: we learned that in addition to being on The Bachelorette Nick is great at running. One of my favorites, Rachel finally got a date. Nick made sure to spend time with her, before and after she shattered the glass non Neil Lane ring. Astrid took advantage of the situation and jumped in the hot tub with Nick.

At the cocktail party, Dom spoke with Nick about the lack of attention she received on the date. He quickly sent her home, because their relationship wasn't on the same level AKA she was an annoyance.

Who are your favorites? Tweet with me next week @BachelorExpert. All photo rights belong to Disney/ABC. 


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