-Chris Harrison started us off last night with jokes. Talked about how heated it got in the house and it might get so heated on stage he’s been working out and possibly would step in to stop it. Chris, don’t quit your day job. A night at the improv is not your calling. Getting paid a ridiculous amount of money to do math on television for us is what your calling is. Don’t forget it. Oh sure, you’ll be Mr. Mediator this season on BIP, but make no mistake, if DeMario and Corinne don’t go at each other like two drunk high school horndogs, your role on BIP this season would’ve been exactly what it was the first three seasons – non-existent. So maybe he should fork over a little to DeMario and Corinne. They deserve at least something, right?
-Here’s something they’ve never done on the MTA before…showed clips of most memorable moments. In order they were:
1) Kasey singing to Ali
2) Emily telling off Kalon
3) Clint & JJ bromance
4) The lie detector results from Andi’s season
5) Mean tweets towards Kaitlyn
6) JoJo dissing Chad
7) Ashley & JP’s ultrasound which was probably the most ridiculous one they ever did since it had already been announced before that show they were having a boy. Not to mention the ultrasound they did do on stage wasn’t real. Don’t get me started on that ultrasound.
-All the guys on stage this episode were: Jamey, Diggy, Blake, Iggy, Anthony, Whaboom, Fred, DeMario, Alex, Tickle Monster, Lee, Jack, Josiah, Will, Matt, Kenny, Adam, and Dean. It’s a taping that takes up most of the day, but they have to condense it into roughly 80 minutes of footage, so some guys time on the show gets cut. What’s amazing is that even in those 80 minutes, they never once showed Tickle Monster, Jack, or Alex speaking. And those guys all made it to episode 4. Jamey? Like anyone remembers him from the first night. Even he got one thing in attacking DeMario, but no love for the Tickle, Jack, and Alex huh? I find that fascinating every season to see who gets bumped from the edit. Put it this way, that’s never a good sign when nothing you say is remotely interesting enough to make on the Tell All episode.
-They gave us maybe one minute of Whaboom and Blake renewing their feud. However, a clip they showed promoting last night’s MTA showed more than what they showed last night. The clip I saw showed Blake saying that they’ve both been involved with the same woman, and that never aired last night. That was Whaboom’s ex that was on that reality show with him that Blake was on. After that show, that girl ended up becoming Blake’s roommate and god knows what happened after that. Not sure why they used that in a clip then never showed it on the show. Probably the only interesting thing between the two of them is that they both essentially shared the same woman. And this same woman is the one who called Blake out publicly on Twitter during the season essentially calling him a nut job.
-Another thing that was left on the editing room floor was DeMario calling producers out for setting him up with the ex-girlfriend storyline. We never see him mention the part about how he was pissed at producers for what they did, only that essentially Lexie was just a side chick of his, he was in contact with her, but she certainly wasn’t a girlfriend by any means. That drew a lot of boos from the audience. Not sure why since almost all these guys have side pieces. Yes, even some of your favorite ones that you think walk on water. So DeMario admitting to his almost has to earn him some points considering the other guys just love to play dumb and not own it. It’s pretty fascinating the stuff I hear. Most of which I can never share. As much as I do share with you guys, you have no idea some of the stuff I can’t share. I wish I could. Some stuff just isn’t my story to tell unfortunately.