Special contributor Andrée H. really, really, really likes The Bachelorette, but this season is thorny because Kaitlyn is getting on her nerves. I think it’s some sort of Canadian beef, don’t get involved. Andrée is protective of Shawn, Kaitlyn better watch her back.
Our editor-at-large Geri M. is watching this season of The Bachelorette, after swearing she was done with it. I may or may not have lured her back into the fold. As retaliation, I have been getting a series of emails and messages. They need to be shared. Here is Geri’s stream-of-consciousness recaplet of Episode 8.
Editor’s Note: Our special contributor Andrée H. really, really, really likes this show, but a war is brewing between her and Kaitlyn. The Bachelorette is playing with Shawn’s feelings. Nobody plays with Shawn’s feelings, not on Andrée’s watch. Andrée now has to wear a monitor on her ankle so we make sure she doesn’t track down Kaitlyn and lob roses at her head.
Good friend and frequent commenter Geri M. is watching this season of The Bachelorette, after swearing she was done with it. I may or may not have lured her back into the fold. Last night, I received a series of messages about the show, so this post is devoted to Geri’s stream-of-consciousness review.
Our special contributor and Bachelorette aficionado Andrée H. has a lot to say about the latest episode. Psst Kaitlyn, watch your back, Andrée’s coming for you!
Our special contributor Andrée loves The Bachelorette, she doesn’t hate-watch it like certain Biterellas around here, she watch-watches it because Andreé is here for the right reasons. Let’s go!
The episode picked up last week’s cliffhanger — Kupah yelling like a maniac outside. Kaitlyn goes outside to defuse the situation and tells him no matter what he says, nothing is changing and he is going home. He promises not to yell anymore and she goes back inside. He then starts childishly whispering about how much he doesn’t even like her. He’s probably ranting about her in his Mean Girls burn book. Stop trying to make fetch happen, Kupah, it’s not going to happen.