Best part of the Bachelor so far-about 45min in-was the Home Economics preview. Hopefully it's as good as it looks.
So this episode is a therapy session between Matt and his dad? And his dad looks like, "Dude, did we have to do this on network tv?"
I think this is the first/most emotional moment of the whole season...which isn't saying much for the relationships.
I know it's not right how these girls attack each other, but why do they not just be like, "Yo bro, what's up? Why are we adding new girls at this point?"
And why did this chick not budge her way in much earlier if she "had to get to know his heart" so bad
(Hour behind as always!)
Before quarantine: Didn't watch much tv, had never binged a show.
Me post March 2020:
What's the favorite thing you've watched?
Finding 'Ohana is very cute and definitely has its Goonies moments, but let's be clear: it's no where near Goonies.
What's happening here? Is she an ice dancer?
Also noteworthy: full glitter boots and Victoria's bra showing AGAIN.
Anthony and I had a full conversation about Kaley Cuoco's new show The Stewardess. How she read the book and optioned the rights and moved ahead with it, and how we wanted to watch it.
It wasn't until 5 minutes later that I said, "I think it's actually called The Fight Attendant..."
We have since watched it; it's good!
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