The end of The Bachelor is upon us, and things are getting desperate, even for us.
As we hurtle towards the end of Nick’s time in the sun (or so we thought) and his final decision as to which woman he wants to spend the rest of his life with, ABC is starting to feed us in smaller and smaller doses. Tonight’s episode was just an hour long, but boy did it give us a lot to digest.
First, there was that Andi Dorfman cliffhanger.
Last week, she showed up at Nick’s hotel room door with a sassy, “Hello, Nick,” and we were left to wonder if she was there to whisk Nick away, finally regretful of that time she “made love” with him when she wasn’t “in love” with him. In fact, she was not. What she was there to do was drink whiskey and tell him to have sex with the women if he wants to.
That’s not a joke. That’s what she told him.
“Honestly, you’re entitled to do whatever you want.”
Now Andi, we have to tell you that that’s really badly worded advice when you’re referring to someone having sex with someone else, but we guess we understand what she meant. He should have sex with the women if he feels like he should have sex with them, but he should not have sex with them if he doesn’t feel like he should have sex with them. Cool. Thanks, Andi.
Anyway, the rose ceremony was up next, and after Vanessa whined for a bit about how she doesn’t think she’s the most special among her boyfriend’s multiple girlfriends, it was time to say goodbye to the one and only Corinne while everyone froze to death on the deck at a hotel in Brooklyn.
Corinne knew it was coming, and she burst into tears before apologizing to Nick.
“I’m sorry if I ever did anything to make you upset,” she cried, despite us never remembering Nick being upset over Corinne, and that apology for nothing was a thousand times better than Nick’s non-apology to Andi. Nick assured Corinne that she did nothing wrong and then sent her away in her limo.
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