The Brie Whore Won!!!
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I've got to agree that it was obvious he was going to pick Natalie because of the way it was edited to show all the hot and heavy stuff with Marissa. We skeptics could easily spot it. I knew there was something special between Jack and Natalie, when she was straddling him at that club in Perth.
Such a satisfying ending and a really cute show.
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Now that we know his pick, 'Jack's' answers make much sense!
Thousands of questions were submitted for Jack and the final two ladies by fans around the world! Did your burning question get answered? Check out Jack's answers below, then find out what Natalie and Marissa had to say!
"After the show ended, did you think you may have sent the wrong girl away at some point? If so, who?" (Sabrina from Austin, TX)
"Was there anything that wasn't shown on TV that you wish was?" (Nicole from Dunedin, FL)
There was a lot that they didn't show, I guess they didn't have the time to put it all in.
"Have you been watching the show? If you have, does it change your mind about who you picked to see all the behind-the-scenes catty comments the girls made about each other?" (Kymberli from Lynchburg, VA)
I've only watched a few shows, but I wouldn't change a thing.
"What moment made you decide to put your trust in Marissa?" (Kelly from Mississauga)
No real moment. I mean, when can you really trust anyone?
"Why did you give your necklace to Natalie?" (Jamie from Oakhurst, CA)
Because she asked for it!
"What do you admire most about each of the final two girls?" (Kelli from Tallassee, AL)
Marissa's strength, Natalie's smile.
"Did you know what a huge success reality television is in America when you signed up to do Outback Jack?" (Ashley from Sheffield, PA)
"Were Maria's strong sexual advances and her constant criticism of Marissa a factor in her being cut?" (Kimberly from Pecks Mill, WV)
No, Maria was a darling. I wish I could explain.
"If the girl you choose decided that she would prefer living in the city rather than in the Outback, what would you do and why?" (Michelle from Bathurst)
I would do what she felt best doing, because that's what a real man does.
"What is the first thing that attracts you to a woman?" (Monique from Corner Brook) Her smile.
"Do you want to settle down and be a family man, or do you still want thrills and adventure? Did your choice reflect this?" (Anjanette from Kenosha, WI)
Yes, I want to be a family man. I guess that would be an adventure in itself.
"Were you surprised by the depth of your feelings for the women after only knowing them for a short time?" (Allyson from Chandler, AZ)
Not really, that's the way I am: friendly and emotional.
"Once you choose, where will you and the chosen lady prefer to get to know each other? Stateside or in Australia?" (Michele from Mariette, GA)
Where she feels best, if it all works out...
"You had to choose one lady out of an incredibly diverse group of amazing young women, only to be forced to wait to pursue a possible relationship. How easy will it be to pick up where you left off without the cameras rolling?" (Angel from Levant, ME)
No drama--we speak everyday.
"When seeing the girls individually, did you feel like you were cheating on or back-stabbing the other girls?" (Katrina from Irmo, SC)
Yes, I felt unfaithful. But I didn't feel like I ever back-stabbed.
"If you had met either Natalie or Marissa in normal circumstances do you think you would have been attracted to and started a relationship with either of the two?" (Jessica from Pasadena, CA)
"If it doesn't happen to work out with the woman that you pick, would you contact any of the others?" (Ellen from Des Plaines, IL)
I'm not sure, but I very much doubt it.
"With all the editing that goes into this show, are you surprised at how each person is portrayed, or is it a fairly accurate portrayal of everyone's personality?" (Heather from Bend, OR)
It's pretty fair, they can only portray what you give them.
"What was the funniest thing that happened on the show?" (Rhonda from St. Amant, LA)
Watching the gals try to survive.
"Did your conversation with your mom influence your decision about which women you invited to stay?" (Belinda from Eagle Rock, MO)
"Would you be willing to relocate in order to continue your relationship with the lady that you choose in the end?" (Carla from Houma, LA)
"Was there any point where you thought that you had already made your mind up as far as who you wanted to be with you in the end?" (Brandy from Forest City, NC)
Yes and no. There's so much going through your head, it's hard to know what's going on.
"We all had a chance to see your mother on TV (wonderful woman). Where is your father, Does he play a role in your life?" (Bonnie from West Bend, WI)
Dad passed away.
"When you've watched the show as it has been airing--knowing your choice had already been made--was it hard to see the way certain girls behaved behind your back? Did it make you question some of your decisions?" (Melinda from Valencia, CA)
"It's very apparent that almost every reality show couple breaks up soon after the show is over. Do you truly believe in the validity of finding your true love on a reality show?" (Alexandra from San Francisco, CA)
That's just personal, it's very situational.
"Every woman on this adventure has been on Marissa because she's not a team player. Has this actually increased your feelings for Marissa, knowing that she is only there to be with you and not the other women?" (Sandi from Redding, CA)
I always stand up for the underdog, so yes.
"From the first day of meeting the girls to the last day, did it impress you how tough, brave and strong the girls turned out to be?" (Dawna from Englewood, CA)
Yes it did. But at the same time, I knew they would.
"How do you feel in general about American women?" (April from New York)
I feel great about American women!
"Jack, you said you were having a hard time trusting Marissa, yet why did you choose her over Maria? Were you having a hard time trusting Maria too?" (Melissa from Plattsburgh, NY)
If only you knew. I wish I could tell ya, kiddo.
"The show really kept us viewers on our toes with all its surprises. What surprised you the most about being on the show?" (Tatiana from Westford, MA)
"It may be a funny question, but have you ever met Steve Irwin (The Crocodile Hunter)?" (Kara from Crofton, MD)
No, I have not. But I would love to.
"What is it about Marissa that has you so intrigued with her that makes you feel she may be the one?" (Susana)
Did you watch the show?
I, for one, don't ever want to hear the adjective "amazing" again! Hi, I am new to the group!
Wanted to tell you all that I saw Maria on tv the other night. She is trying to win a contest to be the WWE DIVA, which is a wrestling supermodel type of competition. Hope she wins...
I don't think his answers make any more sense now than they did when I read them earlier, and thought he'd pick Marissa!
All I can say is that I was very disappointed in the outcome. After all the talk about how he wears his heart on his sleeve... I'm sorry, I just don't see it! The way he was with Marissa on their last day was pretty hot & steamy... then his date with Natalie looked like he was with his buddy... Where's the LOVE?!?!
I feel really let down - I was expecting to get all emotional and have a good cry about having watched a couple fall in love, and NOTHING!! I just feel so let down.
Glad he picked Nat....she is a hoot and I think they really like each other (as opposed to merely having hot pants for Marissa)......but I DO think that it was COLD to have the two of them walk out to their catamaran to sail into the sunset right in FRONT of Marissa! Nothing like rubbing it in! Not quite in the same realm as leaving someone in a wedding dress standing on the street in front of a chapel.......but still........
Here's the pre-win interview with http://tbs.com/stories/story/0,18822,34562,00.html
And the pre-loss interview with
Their answers are interesting, since, of course, they already knew the results!
That was pretty weird to make Marissa stand in her little portion of the cove throughout the whole thing and watch them go off into the sunset.
Originally Posted by strawberieblond
But the part I felt was the cheesiest was the Titanic poses. :phhht
I have enjoyed this show from the beginning. I approached it as light summer fun and have not been disappointed. The girls were great and pretty much were good sports about the outback. "Jack" was a true gentleman and came across as really caring for all of the girls. After all the dating shows that have been aired, we should be use to creative editing and be open to any possible ending. With this show we also were treated to a little romance. By "little" I mean they didn't show much - it was probably deliberately edited out. I hope they are happy and get to move forward now in their relationship.
I hated that too - no class! It also bugged me that he cried when he said goodbye to Maria, but he didn't shed a tear for Marissa... (then again, she didn't cry about it either - but I felt really bad for her) :sad
Originally Posted by kaypasa2
I noticed that too, but I also noticed that when Maria went home everyone else was crying , except Marisa. Marisa didn't seem to be all that upset at the end when she wasn't chosen either at the end of the show. I think she just wanted to "win" and even made a comment to that effect.
Originally Posted by berries
You ask "where is the love?" Well, some people in love are just having a good time being goofy, silly and having a good time. You don't have to just sit there making sexy eyes all day. Thank God! I'm glad Vadim/Jack picked Natalie, even if no romance develops, she looks to be a lot more fun to be around than Marissa, who I think would get boring in a hurry. I could actually imagine Natalie and "Jack" getting together, and I usually think these dating shows are 100% BS.
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