Bubble bubble, toil and trouble
As the witches chanted around the cauldron in "Macbeth", so did the Panel of Three rub their hands and put their heads together to confab and ask the remaining two couples disagreeable questions.
The "Experts" were losing whatever power they thought they had and were not happy to let go. As far as their expertise was concerned, I was not impressed. They were all obnoxious even what's-her-face with the degree from ITT Learning Institute. Ms. P. really thought she nailed it with that 'breadwinner' question, but she only succeeded in making me squirm more than Kevin while he's stumbling over his meaningless answer. Say it, Kevin, you don't know what you want to do yet, and you won't have a neighborhood gossip nagging you about it.
"Tyler, Taylor, Brooke and Hunter" If you have already picked out the kids' names, who cares who brings home the bacon? (or insert your own 'breadwinner' expression)
That's right! Jill, in trying to look good despite her embarrassing family firmly planted her foot in her own mouth with that correction.
originally posted by DD
I don't think Kevin and Jill are compatible but they certainly are trying. Jill lost big time points for making that erroneous grammatical correction to Kevin's "Here's to you and me!" That's the right way of saying it, right?
Billie Jeanne and Tony do seem to be the more honest of the two couples. BJ is an open book and is not ashamed to admit it. Tony is a little more reluctant but seemingly willing to take that huge leap into the great abyss. Ok ok, make it the great 'unknown.'
Billie J. won me over when she was asked whether she loved Tony and she gave the following response, "you guys keep asking me that, but I am trying to save it for my wedding day, but YES, I love you, Tony." I felt my heart break just a little for her right then and there. Does Tony want another spanking? Say it, Tony!
I have a feeling that America will select Jill and Kevin for the winning couple, but I would like to see Billie Jeanne and Tony get married. I think they can make it.
Next week looks very dramatic but I would have preferred to see Jill's lout of a father with the black eye.
Re: Bubble bubble, toil and trouble
Originally posted by CaliGirl
As the witches sang around the cauldron in "Macbeth", so did the Panel of Three rub their hands and put their heads together to confab and ask the remaining two couples disagreeable questions.
Ms. P.'s street cred is plummeting quicker than the stock market thanks to her failure to demonstrate how to actually give "advice." Thank god this show's almost over so she can go back from whence she came.
Say it, Kevin, you don't know what you want to do yet, and you won't have a neighborhood gossip nagging you about it.
I'll bet his best man gender-Bender is just waiting to pounce on that opportunity! It's as clear as day to me that Bender has some issues of his own to resolve with Tony.
Does Tony want another spanking? Say it, Tony!