Wednesday, May 30, 2012

Bachelorette Emily



     First, I have to say I love Emily. Being a single mom, I think she is portraying herself in a very dignified manner. She isn't embarrassing herself or her daughter and deserves nothing but respect from the guys. There are some guys I like and some I do not. She seems to be a good judge of character and not letting them play her. Although, I am not sure why Kalon is still there.

      I think he is there for the wrong reasons, but I also think he is very smart. If we have learned anything from The Bachelor and The Bachelorette, it's that the hated one in the house rarely goes. I think from his helicopter entrance, he made sure he was that guy! If he wants to act one way to ensure his stay that is one thing, but I don't think it is all acting for that purpose. When he told her Monday night "to let him finish", I would have told him to finish his conversation with himself in the limo ride outta there. All the fancy suits don't make a gentleman and if he is going to talk to her that way now, he will definitely do it again.

     I was just entertained at the way she let Alessandro go. I can't believe he never understood that saying Emily and her daughter would be a compromise was so wrong. By saying that he meant it would be some sort of sacrifice on his part. You can't compromise without giving something up. I think he actually thought he was making good sense, but she left him rambling to himself!

     I was impressed with the way she handled Tony. I don't think he was that into her or he would have been more upset leaving. It is nice to see a guy putting his child on top of his priority list.

     The guy who isn't getting enough attention is Charlie. He seems so sincere and genuine. I am not sure he is edgy enough, though.  Although she hasn't talked to them much, she has kept Columbian Alejandro and Michael with the long hair. I think she likes some of the guys that seem mysterious.  However, on the group date when Michael was swinging with the kids he had a creepy look for just a second. Maybe I have watched too many Criminal Minds. I like Sean, but there is something bugging me about him. You can tell she really likes Chris, but he seems a little too anxious and competitive.  Same thing with Ryan.  He is from Georgia so I should be pulling for him, but something about him seems a little fake.  She seems to like Jef with one "f".  I like Doug and they definitely have a lot in common.  I am just not sure she is wanting to blend a family as much as add to hers.  He is there for the right reasons, though.

      Arie, Arie, Arie. I could just say his name over and over! He is my pick......for now. She was definitely smitten when he got out of the limo the first night. Monday night, she was almost shy and couldn't look right at him some of the time. It is kind of ironic that he is a race car driver, but I think that may actually be a positive thing. She may find some healing and closure with the passing of Ricki's dad. All I know is I have two friends who live in Scottsdale and if she sends him home I am going for a visit!

THE BACHELORETTE - "Episode 803" - Emily surprises an ecstatic Arie with the last individual date of the week, which begins with a private jet to Pigeon Forge, Tennessee, where she reveals that they'll spend the day at Dollywood, one of her favorite places. The couple have the park all to themselves to ride all the rides, play games and have a ball. But even Emily, who went to the park many times growing up, can't guess what is coming. She gets the surprise of her life when her idol, the legendary Queen of Country Dolly Parton, serenades the two of them. After the special concert, things get steamy as they enjoy a romantic dinner and share one of the most intense first kisses any couple has shared in "Bachelorette" history. Is this the start of something special or is it too good to be true? -- on "The Bachelorette," MONDAY, MAY 28 (8:00-10:01 p.m., ET), on the ABC Television Network. (ABC/JON LEMAY) EMILY MAYNARD, ARIE    

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