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“Reader Emails,” WTA Taping Tomorrow, & My Favorite “Dr. Reality Steve” Question Ever Asked

So I fell asleep last night, due to boredom watching the bachelor. I decided to go back and watch it today to see if there was anything interesting I missed – NOPE. But I did notice one thing that I think might be of tiny-itsy bitsy interest (well not to you) but to some of the readers.

When Ben & Courtney are on their date, they sit down to write their “fake vows.” First off, for those who think that Ben writes the Date Cards, they show him writing his vows that clearly looks NOTHING like the date card writing. The next shot, they show Courtney writing her’s. She has a little torn piece of paper under her thumb that has parts blurred out that she is copying her vows from. I paused it at the right moment, honestly on accident to rewind it to see Ben’s writing (I was curious how messy, neat, legible, etc. it was) and that’s when I noticed Courtney’s little cheat-sheet.

OK now that I have wasted 4 minutes of my life that I will never get back writing this email to you, I hope some of your readers can sleep peacefully tonight knowing those two things.

Oh one more thing, because I fell asleep while watching the Bachelor, I guess it decided to haunt me in my dreams. The awesome thing is, I ended up being the main source for R.S.! I was a private investigator, posing as a producer, and had little cameras hidden all over the place. I would send you the info., pics and video clips and helped keep Reality Steve alive! Oh, and I learned to fly, which ended up being handy because one date they were on safari and only 2 crew members were allowed – So I flew (like superman) overhead and got some real spoiler shots for you. Wow. I think I should stop watching T.V.!

Comment: Ummmm, wow. I didn’t realize I had that effect on people. It’s kinda like how a lot of the time the last person I text or talk to before I go to bed ends up in my dream as well. Except, well, my dreams are a TAD different than yours. If only it were that easy to get spoilers.
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Hey Steve,

Maybe this has been asked before:

After I saw the picture of Ali and Ashley in your last post, I was wondering how much the former contestants get paid to appear as guest judges, giving advice, etc. I’m sure the show covers all travelling expenses but how much do you think they get paid to appear($1,000? $5,000?,$10,000?)?I’m sure it’s quite large since we can never get rid of Trista and some of these other former contestants and they all keep coming back for these cameos. Or do they just do it so that they can stay in the public eye? or are they contractually obligated?

Comment: Yes. Every time you see former contestants come back to a “Women Tell All” or “After the Final Rose” or come back to appear on “Bachelor Pad,” they are getting paid for it. You kidding me? You think these people are doing that stuff for free? Not a chance. And I’m guessing your dollar amount guesses are fairly accurate. It’s not much, but something that’s definitely worth their time.
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Hello, here are some reader questions from me:

1. Last night when Courtney said her vows to Ben Flajnik, did you know that they were taken from Sex & the City? I suspected it but even Chris Harrison tweeted it out to confirm it. Does this make her more or less fake than you suspected, and did Courtney plan that faux-wedding or did production plan it (liek how they planned the William-Ashley wedding last year on one of their dates)?

2. On Twitter last night someone was berating Ben Flajnik for sending home Kacie B, and he wrote this: “Have you met KC b?” as if to say that there was something wrong with her or some reason and that if that fan had met her they’d get it. What does he mean? Was there something else to Kacie’s exit we don’t know about?

3. And for the title question. When you were wrong about the ending of Ali’s and Brad’s second season how did that happen? I am a HUGE fan and I’m not trying to point out the fact that you were wrong, I’m just wondering if you could explain how you were wrong, since I know you are never wrong lol. Now, I know you were NOT “Fleissed” as people say, and were NOT fed misinformation by your sources. But then how did it happen? Did you just make inferences and conclusions and made a guess at the ending based on the info you were given, and then that final conclusion was wrong? Did you put together the pieces people gave you and you made the wrong guess, at the end (ie you weren’t 100% but guessed anyway)? Did your sources just not give you info about the ending? Just wondering what happened since I know you are always right and I know you aren’t being fleissed or anything ridiculous.

4. Finally, has anyone ever told you this? What I do EVERY season, and have, since Jason and Molly, is I bet with my friends each episode on who will go home. Since I discovered you, I have been right PER episode (with one or two wrongs- ie Brad’s ending and Ali’s ending- enough to make it ‘real’), and every year I win hundreds of dollars in bets! My friends think I’m seriously psychic, and they haven’t yet had the brains to google and find out about you. No joke. So thanks a lot- over the years I’ve won hundreds in cash and starbucks cards, all thanks to you. Do a lot of people admit this to you? Lol. One day the jig will be up I’m sure.

Comment: 1. Production plans everything on the hometown date. These girls don’t plan sh**.

2. I have no idea what he meant by that.

3. Sorry, can’t get into details about that other than to say it was probably a combination of both. Some miscommunication and some of it was me jumping to conclusions before I should’ve.

4. Wow. I hate to say this, but your friends are idiots then. Not because they haven’t heard about my site, but because they’re stupid enough to bet on the outcome of a show that’s taped in advance. You’d think after years and years of you being right so much, someone would have the idea that maybe, just MAYBE, they should google “Bachelor spoilers” and see if you’re getting your answers from someone who knows. Just a thought.

But hey, that’s their fault, not yours. Keep taking their money.
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Final question of the night – why do they pretend they’re looking for a great man or woman for the next bachelor/bachelorette when they know they’re just going to recycle someone from a previous season?

Comment: This question got asked to me a lot this week since during the commercial we hear Chris Harrison saying, “If you know someone that would make a great Bachelor, nominate him now at ABC.com.” The thing is, they do this EVERY season. This is nothing new. They ask for it, but in reality what they’re asking for is just more applicants to choose from. So if you submit a friend to be the next “Bachelor” and they like him, basically he will just get asked if he wants to be on the next “Bachelorette.” The next “Bachelor” will be someone recycled like it has been for the last 8 seasons. It’s just a way for them to drum up interest and get more candidates to choose from.

It’s no different in how “Amazing Race” and “Survivor” pass off contestants to each other that apply. Some couple will apply for “Amazing Race” that won’t make the cut, but a casting director will think they might be better suited for “Survivor,” so then the “Survivor” people contact them, and vice versa. I’m aware of someone this season on “Survivor” that it happened to.
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Hi Steve,

I was watching the home towns last night and was wondering if you knew if the families of the women are required to sign something from ABC stating that they will not mention certain things and answer in certain ways. I can’t believe that a family member would not ask something like “This show/franchise has only produced 1 marriage in all of the years it has been on the air and the rest are failed relationships – what makes you so special, etc.?” Instead they all just say “I am skeptical of this process.” It seems like something they have been coached to say rather than mentioning the show itself and the fact it is a ridiculous way to get engaged.

As I watched I was thinking I would tell my sister she is smoking crack and same with the bachelor if they really think they can find true love this way (which I think a lot of those women think is a legit process to do so.) Anyway, I was wondering your thoughts on this.

Comment: Well, they can’t force them to sign something that says that, and I’m sure all the parents are thinking it, but they’re not dumb enough to say it on camera because it will never make air anyway. The show shows us what they want to show us, and that’s parents being positive about the whole experience, talking up how the lead is such a great person and would be right for their child, etc. They’re not gonna sit there and air footage of a bunch of family members saying, “This show is stupid. There’s no way it’s ever gonna work. I don’t know why my son/daughter is wasting their time.” Lets be real.

So the only thing negative they’ll show is some family member saying the word “skeptical,” as they should be. But that’s the extent of negativity you’ll ever get on a hometown.
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As you presumed, the Ben and Courtney’s date was most definitely showed out of order.

When Ben pulls up at the beginning of the day, he MOST DEFINITELY pulls into The Farm. I am a Phoenix native and have been there multiple times, and have parked in that dirt parking lot.

So, unless he met her there, then they went to her parents, and then back to the Farm, they most definitely showed the sequence out of order from when it was shot. Because the beginning and end were definitely at the Farm.

Anyhoo…enjoy the column…you’re a riot.

Comment: That was obvious. I also noticed when Ben was sitting with the family, towards the end of the date, the sun was going down. When he was with Courtney at the fake wedding, the sun was blazing. He obviously met her first and did the faux wedding and then met the parents. Why they showed it out of order is beyond me. Especially when I can’t remember a single hometown date in the history of this show where the couple met the parents first and THEN did something together. Made no sense and it was a horrible edit job. I mean, at least make them take their rings off to get people to believe it could’ve been possible.
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1. When the Bachelor leaves the women’s family’s homes, do the women leave then too or do they get to stay the night with their family? When Ben was leaving Kacie’s family’s home, the parents made it seem like Kacie was leaving too because they said bye to both of them, yet Ben is the only one that got into the vehicle.

2. You said in your recap that Lindzi’s father’s name is Harry, yet when Lindzi introduced her father to Ben, she said his name was Sean, yet Lindzi’s father interjected by saying that Lindzi calls him Harry. When did Harry become a nickname for Sean & when did it become okay for daughters to call their fathers by name & not dad? What is Lindzi’s father’s real name: Harry or Sean? So confusing.

3. Did you see the glasses Ben & Lindzi’s father were drinking out of? They were mason jars with stems attached to the bottom. Just because you put a stem on the bottom of a mason jar to make it look like a wine glass, it’s still a mason jar at the end of the day & you’re still southern. Stop trying to make it something it’s not.

Comment: 1. No, the lead and the contestant both leave that night. Maybe Kacie got to go back into her parents house for a bit to talk to them, but it would’ve all been on camera for footage to possibly use on the show.

2. Actually, Lindzi’s father name was John, not Sean, but as we know he called himself “Harry.” No idea how “Harry” became a nickname for “John” but I’m sure there’s a reason behind it. Maybe his middle name is Harold, so some people have always called him “Harry.”

3. I didn’t notice it while watching, but plenty of people pointed it out to me afterwards. Here’s a pic for those that missed it as well:


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Hey Steve – In your opinion, why doesn’t ABC end the Bachelor each season with a live proposal/final rose instead of taping it months in advance, similar to how they do Celebrity Apprentice? This would eliminate any chance for the final results getting leaked out to viewers. I admit that it is much more entertaining for me to already know the results (thanks to you!) before the finale, but I’m just wondering why ABC does such a bad job of safeguarding the results if they really don’t want people to know.

Comment: They did it once when Charlie dated both Sarah and Krisily in the real world and make his decision live. Impossible to do that now with social media and paparazzi so invested in this show. It would still get out.

It’s not just the “Bachelor” franchise. Any show that tapes in advance runs the risk of spoilers getting out, and they usually do. It’s just that some shows spoilers are a much bigger deal than others. I mean, would it really be on the cover of tabloids if the winner of say Top Chef got out? Of course not. But I tell people who wins the “Bachelor” three months ago and it’s like I’m letting out CIA secrets. Like I’ve said, I’ll never understand the fascination people have with this shows spoilers, I just know it exists. If people had the information I did, they’d be doing the exact same thing with it. I’m just capitalizing on a market where there’s a rabid fanbase for what I know.

There are other places out there to find the “Celebrity Apprentice” final two (since that finale is live) and the “American Idol” top 24 and other stuff like that, but people don’t even bat an eye to those spoilers. It’s just not a big deal. For whatever reason, people are obsessed with this show’s spoilers, so I continue to give it to them.
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Hey Steve

I have a few questions for you:

1) Who is your favorite bachelorette so far (the lead, not the girl contestants on the bachelor)

2) What do you think of Ben as a person

3) Why in the world would someone like Emily who is getting her PhD want to be involved with this show

4) Every Monday Trista grandma bachelorette tweets non stop about the episode and is always super judgemental. Shouldn’t she know better than anyone else about how this show is edited. I also found it funny that she tweeted something angrily about Ben not explaining to Kacie why she was eliminated. Hasn’t it occur to her that he actually DID explain but they just decided not to show it??!

5) What was Emily’s GPA when she was at Duke

6) What is Ashley H up to now with her whole dentistry thing? Is she practicing in New York?

7) Out of all the seasons of Bachelor and Bachelorette, which season is your favorite and who is your favorite guy and girl?

Comment: 1. I’d say Ashley Hebert was my favorite “Bachelorette,” which is funny because I didn’t think she would be going in.

2. I don’t know Ben as a person, only by what I see on TV. But knowing some of the stuff he’s done (the Cream Dream video, the flirting/texting with other women during his season with Ashley, his wine business), I knew from the beginning this whole thing was just a fun game to him that he never really took seriously in terms of wanting to find a wife. He just wanted to travel, meet chicks, bang models in the ocean, and get more attention for his business, that’s all. I said that right when he was announced and his actions this season aren’t doing anything to change my mind about it.

3. I have no idea. Been asking myself the same question.

4. There’s a reason I decided to unfollow Trista on Twitter. She’s actually very nice, even though her and I have had our differences, and we were able to speak about them at one point. But I don’t need to follow her for obvious reasons.

5. Emily’s GPA? Uhhhh, how the hell am I supposed to know this?

6. I just read recently Ashley got a dental job back in Pennsylvania so her and JP now have to move out of the city.

7. Brad’s first season was my favorite ending, along with Charlie’s season. I have lots of favorites over the years.
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There is a lot of talk that Kacie B. was in the running to be the next Bachelorette instead of Ali. Do you really think that her family could’ve handled watching her date numerous men? And then watching “the fantasy suite” dates with possibly three of them? I like Kacie a lot, but I don’t think that realistically she could ever be the Bachelorette, unless she decides to break away from her family and do her own thing. Also, I can picture her being a nervous wreck if she was on the Bachelorette, being in love with everyone. Do you agree?

Comment: The only “talk” about her being the next “Bachelorette” was just from people who wanted it to be her, and the fact that she made final four, so obviously she’s a candidate. There’s no proof whatsoever that she was ever a strong candidate, just speculation. And after seeing her parents on the hometown date, it does make it seem a little less likely that she could ever be put in that role. I just don’t see it.

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  1. nitegal

    February 23, 2012 at 9:58 AM

    I have only read the first page, thus far, but wanted to let you know that Shawntel Newton is supposed to be on the WTA as well. She was on her local news promoting her book that she wrote about her business and she couldn’t give to much info out about what happened when she returned since she would be on the WTA episode. She did say that most of the girls were indeed nasty to her.

  2. tennesseegirl

    February 23, 2012 at 10:45 AM

    They can’t have a friend of the lead report back to him what’s going on in the house because there would be no drama left! He or she would likely trust that friend and get rid of the the crazy (but entertaining) people early on.

  3. bigfatwoman

    February 23, 2012 at 11:06 AM

    To the person who wrote in telling Steve of her stupid friends who bet money with her on the outcome of Bachelor episodes…..and she continuously wins because they don’t have the sense to find Steve’s spoilers.

    On behalf of those friends that you’re stealing from and making into fools week after week….here is a message to you on their behalf.

    F**k off you dishonest dolt.

  4. liz123

    February 23, 2012 at 11:11 AM

    FYI, the mason jar wine glasses are all the rage right now (no idea why) & are not all that rare. I live in Nashville, so they’re not rare at all here actually. But I have friends from all over the country who have them, so I don’t know where you’ve been hiding if you haven’t seen them. Nothing new (or Southern) in seeing Lindzi’s parents with them. Also, Lindzi’s family lives in Florida. Doesn’t everybody know that the only thing Southern about Florida is it’s geography? 😀

  5. marymac

    February 23, 2012 at 11:36 AM

    I like those mason jar glasses. Seeing those made me want to get some.

    Steve, when I click on your email me link it forces me into Outlook. Outlook sucks and I do not want to configure an account for it. Can you please put up an image of your email address?

  6. morrigan0

    February 23, 2012 at 12:20 PM

    @marymac email is Steve@RealitySteve.com just roll your cursor over the link instead of clicking it and it shows up on bottom left of window.

    DrRS fav email seems like a fake. Titanic was in theatres when I was in HS over 20 years ago and I seriously doubt it’s a trend for current kids EVEN considering the anniversary hype.

  7. DawsMA

    February 23, 2012 at 12:57 PM

    Morrigan0 I agree with you, and also call fake on the girl saying she makes money off her friends for betting on the rejects. No way would her friends continue forking over money when even most viewers who don’t want to know the spoilers know that they at least exist. Duh.

  8. dketch

    February 23, 2012 at 1:02 PM

    Sorry @morrigan0… Titanic came out in 1997 which means it’s only been 15 years, not “over 20”, but you’re right about HS kids now probably not knowing much or caring about it.

  9. BrookeForester

    February 23, 2012 at 1:55 PM

    If the letter was really from a girl who is in high school, it proves a point. You get really rude about questions being asked that you’ve answered several times before. First off, I am assuming that one of your goals by having this blog is that you would like to continually increase your number of readers. Second, if someone in high school is writing you, you can assume they were around five years old when the Bachelor first began, so I highly doubt they would have come on here until now, and therefore, would have no idea that you had previously answered any of these questions. There is no way, if I was a new reader here, I would have the time or the desire to go read pages, and pages, and pages of previous seasons’ recaps, and then remember all the questions and answers. Please be just a little bit humble and be thankful that you have new readers who are taking the time to read your blogs and ask you questions. When I read a question that has been asked and answered here several times, I remember that that is the price you pay for having an entertaining blog that new people are constantly checking out.

  10. locondcoco

    February 23, 2012 at 2:18 PM

    RS obviously failed “how to tell time” in grade school. His goal is to post by noon, CST. If he lived in a state in EST, well, then he would likely want to post by noon EST, meaning it would be an hour earlier in EVERY OTHER TIME ZONE west of it.

  11. jenhering

    February 23, 2012 at 4:54 PM

    I don’t think most people don’t ask you (Steve) all these questions about The Bachelor because we are dying to know the answer — I think it is because you are a cool and charasmatic guy who is thoroughly entertaining! I find your posts and blogs well written and entertaining. For me, watching this show is a couple of hours of falling back into the couch, kids alseep and just not having to think of anything and just plain giggle at the show; and then on Thursday hear what you have to say on the web cast! I think it is awesome you have such success and make a living doing this!

  12. stina2bina

    February 23, 2012 at 11:04 PM

    LOL at the last Dr. Reality Steve question… I hate to say it but when I was 17, my “camp boyfriend” (yes, I had one of those), recreated that Titanic scene with me too :p

  13. Dianne

    February 24, 2012 at 6:30 AM

    I really detest all the people that come onto Steve’s blog just to bash him. Look, if you don’t like what Steve puts down, then please, do us a favour and a) don’t read his posts, and b) keep your rude comments to yourself.

  14. locondcoco

    February 24, 2012 at 7:51 AM

    Dianne, I’m going to assume i’m included in the people you detest. But i’m totally one who believes that “if you can dish it, then you should be able to take it”. He responds to the email i’m referencing by giving the emailer a lesson in time zones. but he’s totally missing the point of the email and what the person was saying. he constantly says how stupid people can be, and how stupid the questions he gets are sometimes. well, sometimes, he is no different. Besides, RS has said on many occasions that he does not read these comments (which i still have a hard time believing).

  15. locondcoco

    February 24, 2012 at 7:57 AM

    oh, but dont get me wrong, for the most part i’m a huge fan and appreciate all the info he provides. i just wish he could do it without the arrogant attitude, espeically towards his readers.

  16. Dianne

    February 24, 2012 at 8:00 AM

    locondcoco, Steve is Steve, and he’s not going to change. Get used to it. If he wants to be snarky in his e-mail replies, then that’s his prerogative. This is HIS blog, not yours, mine, or anyone elses. If people want to ask dumb questions (in Steve’s mind), then they can expect the type of answers they receive from him.

  17. liz123

    February 24, 2012 at 10:57 AM

    You are absolutely right, Dianne, one may do whatever they wish on their own blog. But when you strive for readers & then achieve that goal, you have to expect some of those readers to have opinions. When you respond to readers that you’ve gone to great efforts to obtain in snarky ways & explain why they aren’t very smart (times zone email) & your explanation is wrong & misses their entire point then you have to expect a little snark in return. KWIM? It’s the same as if I made a comment pointing out that you spelled a word wrong only to spell a word wrong myself. I can be a little snarky myself & I know that if I’m going to be that way I better check & double check myself & have a pretty thick skin. I’m guessing that RS also feels that way. The snarky of the world know how to take it & RS is definitely one of the great snarks of the world.

  18. Grace80

    February 24, 2012 at 4:30 PM

    I can’t address the validity of the e-mail, but I do teach/coach high school girls and believe me, these girls know and watch the Titanic. It’s not like girls stop watching romantic movies if the movie isn’t a new release.

  19. sunny1

    February 24, 2012 at 9:49 PM

    I generally don’t read the reader emails but since you stated your ‘favorite’ reader email of all time was in this blog, I thought I would check it out.

    I was appalled that you responded that way to a junior in high school. Seriously Steve? This girl is heartbroken, probably for the first time and she just wants to understand what happened and especially why someone would break up with her over a text.
    I think your response made her feel even WORSE than she was. I hope she never emails you again. Seriously dude?! You think it is ‘funny, bizarre’ ?! You made her feel like a weirdo for having a boyfriend who reenacted a scene from Titanic with her which at that age could be romantic in the right setting. So now, the poor dear, who was just hurt and confused, now feels like a weirdo and an idiot, thanks to you. Oh yeah, all high school kids, write to Steve for your romantic dilemmas.

    Steve, I rarely write here, but if you are writing to an adult that is a different thing. Children, yes, high school kids are still children, are a whole different ballgame. Their hearts are easily shattered and hurt and fragile. You have to remind yourself of that before you respond to them the way you do to adults.

    You are being vulnerable on this site too with complete strangers, everyone knows you are single and you wish you weren’t ( I understand the loneliness, I am 38 and single too), but how would you feel if someone responded with those comments when you were being vulnerable with them? I am actually pretty pissed off – I hope you read this and realize that you need to be kinder and gentler with children. Sensitivity would not be a bad thing to invite when writing to young adults.

  20. ishouldbeembarrassed

    February 25, 2012 at 7:35 AM

    Steve, I have always enjoyed your sense of humor, but my respect for you grew a notch when you wrote about the skinny dipping episode, and how Ben didn’t seem to remember he was dating other women and that was a disrespectful act towards them. Thank you, thank you.

    Courtney has been nothing but disrespectful of Ben, of the other women, of the process and of the seriousness of marriage. I know, I know, this is just TV, but when she can’t even look Ben in the eye, when she has to hedge her remarks about her feelings towards him, she’s not only a bad actress, she’s a bad liar, and it’s unbelievable that she can be taken seriously. Yeah, I want a lifetime partner who tries to find every reason to take her clothes off on national television. My children will have such a great role model!!

    And I like Ben. I’m sorry he’s getting so much grief, but the West Coast is different from the rest of the country and he’s not a mophead where he’s from. Why is everyone on about Ben’s hair, when the women can’t stop pulling their hair out of their eyes? ugh. Growing grapes and making wine is a really complicated endeavor that requires real dedication, planning ahead, understanding lots of science, dealing with the public, and is well respected in his part of the country. He’s in one of the most competitive businesses in the state. He’s got it together, he knows what he loves and he’s good at it. How many men do we know who fit that description?

    All I can say, Ben, is prenup, prenup, prenup.

    And, Steve, I wasn’t even going to bother with this season, but reading your columns make it a lot more interesting!

  21. angelamh66

    February 25, 2012 at 11:48 AM

    @ishouldbeembarrassed … all of that may be true of a real winemaker but trust me, Benny Boy is not involved in this business like that. He is nothing more than a shareholder. It is not his know-how that drives that business.

  22. annabelle555

    February 26, 2012 at 10:58 AM

    We’ve got the “Cajun Wine Glasses” here in Louisiana also. It’s the latest trend for some unknown reason. Red solo cups work just as well!
    Also, I thought I read on the site earlier this week that Courtney will be at the WTA, but I’m not seeing it now. Anyone know anything about that situation?

  23. mommyof2

    February 26, 2012 at 12:27 PM

    @ annabelle555 I think what you saw is the link to WetPaint that Steve posted on his RealitySteve Fan FB page. I guess he didn’t post it on his website since it’s not here. I’m glad Courtney’s suppose to be at the WTA taping. Now it should be somewhat interesting…

  24. rbmom123

    February 26, 2012 at 3:35 PM

    Why do you answer some of the questions so seriously? Can you not tell that people are trying to be funny?!

  25. nikkineel

    February 27, 2012 at 4:39 PM

    Is it just me or is this the lamest season of the Bachelor ever? The producers really need to go back to the drawing room.

  26. nikkineel

    February 27, 2012 at 4:46 PM

    I cannot say enough about how LACKLUSTER these ladies have been!!! I mean Kacie B and the eating disorder…really? this is not an after school special.

  27. nikkineel

    February 27, 2012 at 4:56 PM

    I feel like the producers are determined to sabotage their show because they are taking out the stuff we love. The people are the key to the show and these characters have not been well cast.

  28. nikkineel

    February 27, 2012 at 4:58 PM

    Ben is dull and he is awkward and immature. He is trying way too hard and its obvious he will choose the victoria secret model because hes never been cool enough to get a model.

  29. ishouldbeembarrassed

    February 29, 2012 at 6:28 PM

    Sorry, Steve, not trying to promote his book. I was just trying to find info that said what he really did do in his business, since others are trashing him at regular intervals 🙂 I definitely would be torn if I had you and Ben at my last rose ceremony *hugs*

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