Bachelor Pad Finale Spoilers

September 10th, 2010 | 60 Comments | Posted in Bachelor Pad, Bachelor Pad Spoilers

This is what I get for not having a laptop. Im paying up the ass right now to use the hotel computer. Thank me later. Real quick, here’s what you need to know:

-Tenley and Kiptyn won the dance contest. Melissa, Jake, and Trista were the judges.

-Tenley and Kiptyn then get to choose who they want to go up against in the finals. They take Dave and Natalie obviously.

-Then all the contestants from this season are brought on stage and allowed to ask all four of them questions, grilling them on whatever they feel like. Then each team makes a “plea” to the jury on why they think they deserve the money. Very “Survivor”-ish. Apparently Tenley’s speech was a 20 minute diatribe and had pretty much turned everyone off at that point. With 15 people on the “jury” each is given a card to hold up voting which couple they want in the finals. Whichever couple got 8 votes first is in the finals. Dave and Natalie win by a rather large amount. I’m hearing only 4 or 5 people voted for Tenley and Kiptyn. Not many people are too hip to their act at this point.

-So Dave and Natalie are the final two and are immediately told that they now must go into a separate room and either choose the word “keep” or “share” in regards to the 250k. They are not given time to talk this over. If:

One chooses “keep” and the other chooses “share”, then the one who chose “keep” would get all the 250k.

They both chose “share”, then they would split the 250k.

They both chose “keep”, the remaining CAST would actually split the 250k.

-Dave and Natalie go off and vote. Natalie makes it seem like she chose “keep”, but pulls a “just kidding” on everyone, and its revealed her and Dave both chose “share” and they end up splitting the 250k.

Other happenings:

-Gia and Wes profess their “love” for each other and make out on stage in front of everyone. Still not dating though. Their making out continued well into the after party for everyone to see.

-Elizabeth goes off on Kovacs calling him a player and what not. Apparently he’s unfazed by this since he’s hooking up with someone else now not on the show.

-Jesse Beck has a new girlfriend who also isn’t part of the show that he brought to the after party.

-Dave Good is one hot commodity. Im hearing Natalie, Krisily, and Peyton all wanted a piece of him at the after party but he ended up leaving with Jessie. This left a few people quite unhappy.

That’s pretty much all you need to know back to the Craps table see ya later…

60 thoughts on “Bachelor Pad Finale Spoilers

  1. yes elizabeth is a mess and probably never had any guidance from her mother about men, sex etc.
    you are right-she is more to be pitied than scorned. we should feel sorry for her–and i do.
    i should be more compassionate and less critical.
    on last night’s show she–elizabeth–
    said she and kovacs are not togeher now because he’s a “player” & she “doesn’t do casual relationships”. yet she had indeed been doing
    ‘casual’ sex in the BP the whole time with him. and the sex bonded her to him but not him to her. you’ve probably read that
    sex addles women’s minds. the chemical baths our brains are soaked in when we experience lust seem to shut down our rational thought processes.
    lust sure feels like love. the massive amount of oxytocin released during sex in women seems to cause women to bond more strongly and disengage
    with greater difficulty once a relationship has progressed to a sexual dimension. i am sure there are a lot of men out there who like
    a challenge and find they like it if they have to work little to get a woman into bed. one of my close male friends told me years ago that if can
    get a woman into bed right away, he loses interest. he was 33 at the time.
    when you say “Girls are insecure, and eager to give it up, guys will not work for it, because there is a lineup around the corner..” you are probably
    talking about immature guys-”boys” – guys under age 35. yes i’m sure that is true and i have already said that guys under 35 are mostly all out to score and
    prove their manhood with as many “girls” as they can.

  2. My mom gave me a great piece of advice that I clung to in my teens, twenties and thirties. She always said that sex itself can create “romantic” feelings in a woman that can mimic the feelings of love. Often women feel they are in love with a man after they have been having sex, whereas they may not have felt that way if they had left sex out of it. In short, if you want to trust your feelings of “am I in love?” then you probably should leave sex out of it until you are sure.

  3. To Adria921 — Ditto, ditto! Thank you for the intelligent, articulate posts. I agree w/everything you’ve said and especially like how “the chemical baths our minds are soaked in shut down rational thought process”. So, so true…I know from my own experience that being so in-lust with someone rendered me pretty useless. And – it is a fact that women need an emotional connection before sex; and men can only experience an emotional connection AFTER sex.
    Take care ~~~

  4. RaRa
    that WAS excellent advice your mom gave you! I’m glad you posted that.
    If you jump into sex early in dating someone, only time can help you tell whether what you are experiencing is great sex or great love. .when I was young and single, I needed to have an emotional bond with a guy before having sex or the sex was not enjoyable for me…so after a couple of times of “casual” sex when I was 21 & 22, i decided it just wasn’t what i wanted to be doing.
    jazzmine–thanks for the compliment!
    I agree that we need to teach young girls more about sex, emotions and relationships. I think that being able to trust as an important ingredient in being able to have emotionally-connected sex with another person….and when you have sex too early in the dating process, you’re essentially having sex with a stranger. And you’re risking getting hurt emotionally. If you come from a background where you already have experienced others as untrustworthy and not interested at all in your feelings, experimenting with empty or disappointing sex can further your general feelings of alienation from others, vulnerability, and depression.
    For women who are looking for an emotional, committed relationship, it’s dangerous to your future mental health to have a lot of experiences where you get used sexually. It makes you bitter toward men. And your bitterness is apparent when you talk. It might turn off a future guy, one who actually likes you for your personality and might want an intimate and committed relationship.

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