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Reality Steve Live Video Blog – March 1st 9:00PM EST/6:00PST

Here is tonight’s video blog in case you missed it. Very fun times with a new screener this week since Jen was missing. I brought in former “Bachelorette 4” contestant Richard Mathy, and he did a stellar job. If you’re trying to view this video on your Ipad or Iphone, it will not work since those devices don’t support Flash players. Sorry. If you haven’t been to the site since 5:00 today, skip down one post to where it says “Now Do You Have Any Questions?” and you will be able to see pictures from the final rose ceremony altar that, well, spoil the ending in case you’ve been living under a rock for the last 3 months. So finally, you have hard proof. As for the show, somehow I managed to answer 56 questions in 57 minutes, and that’s without taking any questions in the first 8 minutes. Enjoy…



  1. coco91

    March 2, 2012 at 3:40 AM

    Nobody thinks Ben is a player? I think they deserve each other and Nikki and Lindzi can do much better. Who would want someone that shallow anyway? He certainly doesn’t like Courtney for her deep and meaningful thoughts. I would love to see Courtney living on some boring winery. Haha! Like that’s going to happen.

  2. skinnydippingenthusiast

    March 2, 2012 at 12:41 PM

    Courtney <3

  3. angelfish

    March 2, 2012 at 3:49 PM

    Wow, ABC has TOTALLY lost control of these people.
    Or have they?….. Was this their master plan from the beginning?
    Of course we’ve all known what the real deal is thanks to Steve & this site, but all the major Celeb/Gossip sites have now leaked that Courtney & Ben are engaged. Plus, there are pics of Courtney, and Ben, and commentary by the other women, all coming out BEFORE the finale.
    I actually love both B & C…they are both such obviously transparent, opportunistic, grasping fame whores!…*LOL*
    But despite all the spoilers & revealed secrets, we are all gonna keep watching to the end.
    I think ABC planned all this from the beginning….. Including the “accidental” leaks, “unintentional” spottings of the contestants, and “inconvenient” comments from people either directly involved, or on the periphery of the show.
    Well played, ABC.

  4. coco91

    March 2, 2012 at 6:36 PM

    Well they need to do something to liven it up. Bens such a snooze and don’t get me started on the hair. No matter what anyone thinks they both get the fame they yearn for and win in the end. Let’s see how long it lasts… Entertaining nonetheless.

  5. luna

    March 3, 2012 at 11:09 AM

    I find it quite “amazing” when 85,9% of people voting a recent survey conducted by regarding who will get the final rose/ gets engaged, STILL believe that Ben will choose…Linzi!!!. 8 5 , 9 %!!!!

  6. mommyof2

    March 4, 2012 at 8:31 PM

    Here’s a link to a great article. She references the Bachelor/ette shows and makes great points. Her description of reality TV is basically what Steve’s been telling us forever. I definitely don’t want my daughter watching these shows, although I watch them. Thankfully she’s in bed asleep before I turn the TV on,dodge has no idea what I watch!

  7. franka

    March 6, 2012 at 2:21 PM

    So far Steve, from what I have heard you say and read in your posts about The Bachelor, you are the only one who is at all sensible about the thing.

    I’m a little surprised at how incapable most people are of reading others, and how uninsightful they are. It was clear from the first episode that Courtney was in a league of her own with respect to the other girls; the natural way she was able to touch his hair within a couple of minutes of meeting and how she turned his head — no one else was able to do that. No one else there had that sort of overwhelming connection with him, or that sort of innate sensuality.

    I’ve just watched the WTA, and was barely able to stomach it. What a nest of vipers! What a crock — Emily claiming that they all supported each other and made friends! I can’t believe America is attacking Courtney when the nastiest of the nasties is actually Emily — her self-righteous “I can’t bear it when someone is being deceived” act was really just a means to try to bring down one of her competitors, and was not done out of caring. Emily was making nasty comments about other women from the first episode, and for someone who is pursuing a PhD is actually quite clueless — but has a big ego and no sense of restraint or sensitivity. Her sour-grapes attitude towards Ben (shared by a number of others, like Kacie B., Jennifer, and so forth) is also quite distasteful.

    There were only 2, maybe 3, girls who were decent — Casey S., Rachel and Jenna.

    The Bachelor franchise has vilified Courtney — and to a degree, Ben — for ratings. Courtney is a lot like Jessica Rabbit — she’s not bad, just edited that way. Except for maybe Casey S. none of those girls should be throwing stones.

    What a cynical ploy for ratings this show is, and how gullible people are for allowing themselves to be manipulated and duped by the producers. Conflict and controversy mean ratings, and throwing Courtney (and her family and Ben) under a bus are good for ratings.

    Like you said Steve, this show is a recipe for disaster for romance… funny how most viewers (and bachelorettes) don’t seem to realize it.

    So, kudos for the insights and scoops. Keep up the good work.

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