The highlight of the tell-all show for me was to see the women confront the controversial, and over-confident Michelle Money. It seemed after they all watched the episodes after their experiences on The Bachelor were over, they had some issue with the way Michelle talked about them to the camera (a side of her they did not see before). There was even a point during the attack from the women that Michelle got to the point where she was crying so hard that she couldn't breathe. Her defense: her attitude was merely a reflection of her sarcastic sense of humour, and they obviously misinterpreted her. I actually began to feel sorry for her at points. And yes, even though I have disagreed with her attitude in previous posts, I come to realize that television tends to inflate a slight negative characteristic such as sarcasm for entertainment purposes. When Chris brought Brad onto the stage and asked him if Michelle's over-confidence and sarcasm turned him off in any way, he actually defended her by saying that her confidence was endearing and she "had game." Kudos to Michelle for being aggressive enough to be considered top-notch in her game. Brad may be defending her just because he feels sorry for her, however, he really seemed genuine in her defense. Maybe she wasn't so bad after all...
Check out this clip and make your own interpretation. It is 14 minutes, but trust me, it is intense.
The second highlight of the night: Ashley Hebert's new 'do. Could this be a potential image booster for when she starts filming for the next season of The Bachelorette?
For those who of you who do not watch The Bachelor because you fail to see any sort of entertainment in the show, watch the last hour next week between 9p.m. and 10p.m. It is the season finale where Brad will choose the woman who he wants to marry. Corny, I know, but the episode will epitomize what reality TV love is all about. It will also give you something to talk about the next day.
Hint: Men, if you want a good conversation starter, watch it!