It used to be pretty awkward when the ette had to pin them on the bach. Wonder how many got stuck.
I can't remember who or when, but I do remember a guy getting stuck, though.
The rose magnets are on the same principle as those magnetic eyeglass holders Rick Hopper introduced on Shark Tank.
Okay... so maybe I watch too much TV...
I've been magnetized and I've been pinned. I prefer pins.
Just kidding. :lol
Yep, nothing to do with Croatia at all....really dumb move on production side, since sooo many of us couldn't figure out the connection. Took me most of the 2 hours it was on to figure it out and I had FF thru most of the movie stuff. Good thing I always have my IPad near me. I am forever "Google-ing" stuff I want to know when watching shows.
Although strange, I really thought the guys looked fabulous in those outfits: tanks, kilts, etc. Somehow even with a "skirt" on, it's all balanced out with the rest looking very masculine.
Sure worked for me! :)
I'm not all that fond of Doug, The Ardent and Dedicated Father, but when he was competing with the other guy, I thought his bicep would grow to the size of a giant pumpkin. I had no idea he was so muscle-y but they all looked good. I guess I didn't realize that young men are expected to be pretty darn buff nowadays.
If you get a chance, watch the Extra Videos for this episode at abc. Chris tries a junior high move at the movie and we learn the intricacies (sort of) of the caber toss.
Does Emily, the supposedly strong and decisive Emily, still consider Cassie a friend?
The entire thing was a set-up. The show wanted to create this drama for years, with any Bachelorette, and finally booked the guy this season. So Emily became the random victim of the long-planned setup. Why the heck isn't she peeved at the producers instead of Arie? They knowingly intentionally played her, for ratings, yet she gripes about the guy instead.