Reality Steve

Dr. Reality Steve

“Dr. Reality Steve,” Deleted Scenes, & Live Video Chat Tonight at 9:00pm EST/6:00pm PST

So the 18 year old me basically just lived a fantasy. For those that don’t have SiriusXM or saw my tweet yesterday, I just got done doing a phone interview with Jenny McCarthy on her “Dirty, Sexy, Funny” radio show and basically, I can die now. You have no idea what 18 year old Steve would’ve thought of that. You gotta remember, in 1993 I was graduating high school, starting college, horny as ever, and that’s the year Jenny McCarthy appeared on the scene – in all her glory. Do you know how many guys had that Playboy spread in the freshman dorm? I think basically everyone. She was the ultimate pin-up girl in my generation. So to actually get to talk to her and thank her for her pictorials and making me the man I am today, well, I couldn’t possibly pass that up. So let me walk around on the clouds today for a little bit. Sure, we talked “Bachelor” stuff and she relayed the story of how Ashley I. used to babysit for her son (in case you didn’t know that), but if I could go back in time to 1993 and tell myself what just happened, I might be the envy of 2nd floor Morrison Hall dorm. That’s how big Jenny was back in the day. Time to take a cold shower.

Anyway, moving on to “Bachelor” related news. Got an email this morning about the press release from ABC regarding next week’s episode where it says at the cocktail party, Ben reveals some unexpected news to the girls. Forgot to mention that in the spoilers. Someone from back home died and he found out about it during filming. I believe it was a family member, but I don’t know who. So he tells the girls at the cocktail party, and as the press release says, some are consoling, and others (cough…cough…Olivia…cough…cough) are more interested in stealing him away from some extra time. So yeah, that’s what happens.

Don’t forget, back at it tonight with another live video chat at 9:00pm EST/6:00pm PST. Come on in, ask a question (hopefully one that hasn’t been asked a trillion times), and maybe it’ll get answered on the air. See you tonight.

Here are your deleted scenes from this week (and one from last week they just added):

Shushanna teaching the girls Russian:

Ben and Chris Harrison horribly re-enacting the “Breakfast Club”:

Tiara’s Awkward Dancing:

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  1. xnuzboss

    January 14, 2016 at 11:01 AM

    For Stressed Out: Your husband’s reaction when criticized is so over-the-top that it suggests something deep and unrelated to the issue. Anger like that is often a cover for some BIG fear, like rejection or abandonment. Just sayin…

  2. rob22

    January 14, 2016 at 12:18 PM

    Ironic that this issue of falling for scams comes just as a bunch of people are shelling out big bucks for the PowerBall $1B jackpot, with a 1 in 300M chance of winning.

    What this is, is a poor person mentality. Poor people play the lottery. Poor people look for get rich quick schemes. Poor people fall for scams. I don’t mean “poor” in the sense of not having any money or living with very modest means. That’s just being broke. Being broke is usually temporary & most of us were broke at one point or another. Poor is a state of mind with people that constantly do things that put them farther and farther behind financially. These types of people are incapable of coming up with a plan to improve their finances & execute on the plan. Instead they grab for any pie in the sky comes along. This is what you’re dealing with and it’s extremely hard to change. AND it’s a very serious problem for him, for you, and for your marriage.

    Start with education on finances. I recommend Dave Ramsey Financial Peace. Both of you take it together. Work on changing not only the finances, but also the poor person mindset AND get the two of you on the same page financially…. with a plan. Right now, speaking of your marriage and your finances, you’re on the road to ruin. You’re only 5 years in, but it will get a lot worse over time and eventually it will take your marriage if it is not addressed. I must stress this last fact. If YOU don’t do something to get it turned around, and I’ve given you my suggestion on what to do, it will not get better. It will get much worse & you’ll end up heavily resenting each other. You’ll either be divorced or you’ll be in a loveless relationship, barely tolerating one another, if it’s not turned around.

  3. rob22

    January 14, 2016 at 12:24 PM

    Should I comment on the Tinder email? Do some women really not understand why guys get on Tinder? Ya know, guys motivations for getting on Tinder are not the same as yours might be. I know we tend to think others have the same motivations as we have, but I assure you, that’s not the case here. And if they’re nice to you, that doesn’t mean they plan on going ring shopping and introducing you to their parents sometime soon. RS covered it, so I guess I’ll leave it at that.

  4. walker

    January 14, 2016 at 12:51 PM

    I have a handsome male friend in his 30s (prime marriage material age) who is on Tinder and boy do I have stories…. I have had to meet a string of “girlfriends” over the last 2 years and each one thinks they are “the one” during the few weeks that he spends lots of time with them. Thing is, he is always dating more than one woman at a time throughout the week. He has sports watching dates, bar night dates, late night hook ups last minute, dates to friend’s houses etc each girl he maintains regular texting with. I do not think he is completely upfront with each of the women that he is not exclusive – he just assumes since they are on Tinder that they are aware of how the game is played and that Tinder is for dating around. Unless a person specifically has a conversation directly concerning dating status and intention, do not assume that just because the guy is texting you a lot that you are in an exclusive dating relationship. I have seen first hand women get hurt by thinking that a hook-up that lasted more than a few times was the beginning of a relationship with the goal being marriage – um, no. Have the conversation people, it really is all there is to it.

  5. rob22

    January 14, 2016 at 2:10 PM

    @Walker, you’re exactly right. Guys are not necessarily honest about their intentions (probably not) because they understand what women are thinking and what they want…. and they don’t want to ruin their good time with honesty. I know, pretty slimy. But there it is.

    And then they give themselves cover if they’re called on it to say…. well, we met on Tinder, so she should just know the deal. Women, you’re being played. Tinder is a medium that plays by the guy’s rules. The deck is stacked against you.

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