Well as I've said, for me the question of which woman I "liked" more is moot. What this show couldn't do (and they didn't even TRY and convince us other than the lame "most eligible bachelor in North Carolina" schtick) was that the guy was a "prize" worth fighting for. In fact, as they pronounced him "most eligible bachelor in North Carolina", thousands of single well educated North Carolinian Doctors, Lawyers, Scientists, College Professors, Corporate Executives, Business owners, etc. simultaneously said "damn... you mean I didn't need to go to Duke and then onto grad school at Harvard/Yale/Columbia/Whatever Big Grad school you want... all I had to be was a sleazy bartender?" THAT'S all it takes to be the most eligible bachelor in our state?Originally Posted by Clipse
In fact, school teachers, convenience store workers, men of the Cloth, construction workers, Parking Lot attendants, Toll Booth attendants, guys who clean toilets for a living, homeless men, etc. were probably mystified that this guy rated above them.
So if you like contestant such and such? Feel sorry that her reward for being so cool is that she gets a slimy bartender as a prize, who will cheat on her at the first opportunity (and probably the last one too), and who has worse job prospects than Evan Mariott. Heck, Evan Marriot's a "prince" compared to this guy... how scary is THAT?