6. “I don’t feel sorry for Jessica and Kimberly at all. They got exactly what they had coming to them for even agreeing to let their so-called ‘boyfriend’ go on a dating show. They’re just as guilty as he is.”
Hey, I knew those two were gonna take some heat. And I don’t necessarily disagree with that sentiment. If I had a girlfriend, and she told me she wanted to do go on the “Bachelor” just for her career, I’d totally let her do it – right after I dumped her. I don’t see the logic in letting your significant other go on the show no matter what reason it’s for, but that’s just me. Some people are wired differently. But make no mistake about it, what Justin did was much, much worse than anything Kimberly or Jessica did. They’re just guilty of bad judgment. Justin is guilty of being a bad guy and a “master liar and manipulator” as Kimberly so eloquently put it in her email to me.
7. “Why do you spoil the show? What do you get out of ruining it for the people who actually want to watch it without knowing what happens?”
Answer to the first part of the question: Because I can. Second part? I get nothing. They don’t have to read it if they don’t want to. I just know plenty of people will. I’d say about 80% love the spoilers, 10% are on the fence, and 10% hate it. I’m fine with that. As mentioned above, this show brings out some of the strongest emotions in people more so than any other show on television. I think even the ones that say they don’t want to know, really do want to know. It’s a stupid reality television show that’s easy to make fun of and easy to spoil, so I do it. I’m not affected in the least bit when people say they’re mad that I ruined the season. They don’t have to read the column if they don’t want. Just like you probably want to stay off Twitter and Facebook if you don’t want live results to TV shows that haven’t aired yet or you are DVR’ing, I suggest you do the same this season when it comes to this show. There’s already a boatload of sites linking to me about Tuesday’s spoilers. It’s gonna be kind of hard to stay away from for the next 2 months. You might as well just give in and read them. Someone, somewhere, in some conversation will inevitably bring it up and ruin it for you.
8. “You mentioned that there’s more to Frank’s elimination that could be even worse than him just leaving before the overnights. Any idea as to what it is?”
Yes. A very good idea as to what it is. But until I have the full details on it, I’m not willing to let out what I know so far. Based on what I have, it’s bad. And it looks like it’s gonna get worse. I’m kinda confused by it actually. Lets just say for now that Frank’s gonna have a lot of explaining to do at the “Men Tell All”. However, there’s one major detail about the Frank exit that neither ABC nor Frank I’m sure will ever address. That’s what I plan on releasing once I get the full details on it. Look, I have no idea who Frank is, nor am I going to begin to pretend I know what was going through his head, but he definitely had a horrible lapse in judgment when it came to his exit. Something tells me it was a lot more producer driven that what will be shown. However, the guy is his own man and will have to own up to what he did. He can’t change what will be shown on TV. He’ll just need to explain it the best way he can. But I don’t think even that will be good enough for him not to feel the wrath of the angry housewives.
9. “You described Roberto as a baseball player in Tuesday’s column. His bio said he’s an insurance agent. Which one is he?”
And Graham’s bio during DeAnna’s season said he was a professional basketball player when he was actually a bartender who USED to play ball professionally overseas. Roberto is the other way around. He currently is an insurance agent, but once played Div. II ball for the University of Tampa back in 02-03. And boy, did he suck. Check out his stats: 20 innings pitched, 18 hits allowed, 16 EARNED RUNS!, 16 WALKS!, 20 strikeouts, 7.20 ERA. Yeah, insurance probably is your calling buddy. Jake’s limp wristed football throwing motion thinks you’re a horrible pitcher. When Roberto takes Ali to the University of Tampa baseball field during his hometown date, I hope he doesn’t try to pitch to her. She’ll probably rope him for a couple doubles off the wall and take him yard a few times. Lets pray to God Roberto doesn’t boast about his playing days while he’s on the show, because with those awful stats, he has no reason to talk.
10. “Why is Chris Lambton wearing a periodic table of the elements t-shirt in his ABC photo? Is he a chemistry teacher or something?”
Hey, Ali has admitted to being attracted to intellectual guys, so maybe that’s the angle he was playing. Although I don’t know how hot and bothered you can make a chick in a white lab coat, goggles, and holding a beaker. And no, he’s in the landscaping business with his family. Those in the greater Cape Cod area, if you want some landscaping work done on your home or whatever, you can visit their website at www.elambtonlandscaping.com. I’m sure all the stalkers will be camped out in front of their business by lunchtime. You’re welcome for the plug guys. I’ll take 10% of any new business, thank you very much.
Any more questions you have, keep em’ rolling in. I’ll answer the best I can. All my contact information is at the top of the page by clicking on “Contact Me”. As you can see, we’ve also added links to the two spoiler columns from the season that will remain at the top all season long. Only three columns appear on the front page at a time, so stuff gets pushed further and further back the more I write. Now you’ll be able to access the spoilers rather easily. Thanks for the time. See you soon.