Originally Posted by n4692u
The sc of Chris L in the sunset was used to symbolize something and it doesn't matter where it was. We have not yet seen the hugging/crying sc and I think it symbolizes something as well. I just don't know what yet.
We do know that Ali says the finale is "very interesting" and she says "people are going to be surprised." Also, she says "it kinda makes Bachelor and Bachelorette history." We know that choosing noone has been done, FIR guy being F1 has been done, a minority has been F1. What will surprise people and is very interesting? Ali just booting Chris L and choosing Roberto, the hot FIR guy, is not surprising, but what would be surprising is if she chose Chris L, the guy she was slow to have a connection with and has said in PI's "it might be too little too late". Actually, she said that on the night part of their FD and the PI was used on their date in Portugal. I went back and looked at the PI in Portugal during their date and she had on her FD outfit. I think CL was going home at F3/F2 RC.
I got my Us Weekly in the mail today and they had an article on Ali and they had a comparison of Chris and Roberto and who she should choose. They wrote what Ali said about each of them and she said the following:
CHRIS L: "Chris is so funny and so interesting. He has me laughing! He's also really romantic and sweet," says Fedotowsky, who admits she nearly booted him early on in the competition!"
ROBERTO: "Fedotowsky tells Us she was impressed by his refusal to bad-mouth exes on camera. "He has integrity. He makes me feel like I could mess up in every possible way and he'd still love me."
Heck, maybe she dumps Roberto and goes back to get him. Something happens at the FRC though that is phenomenal (unusual). I just wish I knew what it was.
ETA: In CH's blog last week, he insinuated that the end of the season (FRC) was separate from Ali's "final decision". He talked like they were two events. I guess we'll see!
I know Ali said she had no regrets about any of her decisions including the last one, which I think was not at the FRC. She said the other night at some event "the only decision that matters, is the one I made in the end."