Jason is pretty predictable because he's got a very strong set of values which he applies to most situations and he doesn't vary from it. Bethanny is one lucky girl, not only to have him but to have recognized how special he is. Takes a very special guy to deal with Bethanny and I like her a lot but she takes some getting used to. Probably more than most men would want to deal with.
DragonLady: You made me think - what I like about Jason is that he does indeed have a firm set of values, and he is gracious. He seems a good modern American - at ease with people of different backgrounds, sexualities (I always come back to that don't I - most annoying for you! ), religions, walks of life, because he treats them as people, not as stereotypes. He is demanding of himself and forgiving of others.
I love how he chatted with the ladies. It's quite a gentleman who can entertain ladies and make himself agreeable to them rather than hanging off to the side mutely, reading his blackberry, or fumbling, tongue-tied, through mere pleasantries.
Maybe I read too much Jane Austin, but Jason reminds me of Mr. Knightley.
I don't believe this new season has talked about Jason's job at all. Just what does he do for a living? I remember he was in Florida on business when his friends were invited to their apartment sometime before the wedding. Snow kept him from getting there for the event, and Bethenny was very disappointed he couldn't make it.
Week after week I've been so turned off by the nanny -- and now after the "non-Baptism" show, I'm even more convinced. Since that show, whenever I saw her (nanny), I just get annoyed that she's lazier, and I just don't trust her.
Anyone else feel this way?
"There's no crying in baseball!"
Tom Hanks - A League of Their Own
I trust her not to hurt Bryn, but I do think she's gotten lazier and lazier. I think that she was a great baby nurse, but she's not necessarily the best nanny.