Was there really much suspense once again to the last 30 minutes of the show? William leaving shouldn’t have been a surprise considering he barely appeared in any of the episodes, and we all knew Melissa was a sitting duck the minute Blake took Holly on the date and gave her the rose. Of course, despite everyone in the house having nothing good to say about Melissa the night of elimination and people calling her crazy (outside of Michelle), all is good Bachelor Pad land and basically every person took up for her on Twitter last night. Trying to understand these people and their actions is a lost cause. As I’ve stated, there’s two different shows going on here: what you see on TV, and what you see on Twitter. What happened on TV happened two months ago. What’s happening on Twitter is everyone’s thoughts now after they’ve had time to reflect and see how they acted and come to defend themselves. Or just retweet all the fans that take their side of things.
So next week, we get to see the “Nearly-Wed” game with everyone hating on Blake again, plus Erica sticking to the theory that “if first you don’t succeed, try and try again” as she gets a 1-on-1 date with Blake and tries to seduce him with her lips again. Which are of course well maintained from the injections she gets every 6 months. And why did Blake get a 1-on-1 with Erica? Because they came in 2nd place to Michelle and Graham in the Nearly-Wed game challenge, which makes absolutely no sense whatsoever other than another way for the producers to get people off the show so they could have the final 4 couples they wanted on there. Can’t the game show police take a second look at what was REALLY happening behind the scenes on this show? I mean my God, could it have been more obvious? Every rule change, twist, etc favored the power couples. Every. Single. One. How was this even legal in a game show with a 250k cash prize? Oh well. As long as Graham and Michelle win (or one of them if they decide to give it to one person), it’s all good.