It feels like just the other day I was getting excited to meet all the new bachelorettes and now we are already at Episode 11. This season has flown by so quickly. To tell you the truth, I’m kind of excited for Sam to choose his lady already.
I thought I had the show all figured out, but it turns out that maybe I don’t. I didn’t factor in that Sam might just fall for an intruder. Like, hello, Lana is gorgeous and sweet and just adorable. Who wouldn’t fall for her? Nina feels otherwise, because how dare Sam like some he met after Nina, in Nina mansion?
With only six ladies left it’s only fair Sam chooses everyone for the group date, and what a great date to learn more about each of the girls’ personalities? Playing games with kids seems like a very normal thing for me, not something I thought people would have trouble with, however, it turns out not everyone knows what to do when kids are around.
Well, I guess you can’t be good at everything, Rachel. Keep training for the Olympics with your stellar history in sports and I’m sure we will see you there really soon.
The real standout with the kids was Lana and I can see the why the other ladies are feeling a little jealous. Is she just perfect at everything?
Well, it looks like she is Sam’s little miss perfect, at least, because he chooses her for another single date. The more I see Lana and Sam together, the more I think they suit as a couple.
Don’t get me wrong, I still really think Snezana and Heather have a strong chance, but a girl can’t help but read the signs. Plus, Sam is giving a lot of positive signals to Lana.
Back at the house Nina is pissed off that Lana received the date. I can understand Nina would be feeling extra emotional and a little insecure in the house, so blaming intruders would seem like the obvious thing to do. I’m sure she is watching back realising it wasn’t fair to blame Lana, though.
Cocktail party time. No words except awkward come to mind. At least the rose ceremony is a little more interesting this time around.
Osher gives us a rundown of how many roses Sam has to give out and for a moment I thought two people were leaving. Yay! Hold up, only one. OK, I guess that will have to do.
Heather gets a rose. Snezana gets a rose. The Bachelor leaves his own rose ceremony. Is that even allowed? Osher gives Sam some advice and it must have been the worst advice ever because no one is leaving.
Well, that was an anti-climax. Leave me a comment or tweet me to let me know who you think will be the top three ladies.