I find your comments curious and rather weird. It's athough you're trying to sell the show and the ultimate love story for us "loyal viewers." Brad and MF are lucky to have a friend like you. The problem is I don't buy it not even a little. I personally don't think that Brad has "changed" at all especially after watching the show and all his interviews. I find him selfish, egotiscal, camera hungry, self-absorbed, manipulative, vain, defensive and lacking any true character. A REAL man would never have allowed himself to lead, use or manipulate F2's feelings because he worked for a show. Let's not forget he claims to have done the "right thing" by not proposing the first time. So what happen to his brave and commendable soul now. Did he lose it somewhere on the way to more money and exposure. I'm really curious.
This is not about denying him love or how he found it that's why we have been watching for 15 seasons. This is about his CHARACTER or lack of it based on your comments and his. Clearly we all were looking forward to that process in hopes he would find it and he has BUT at what cost. What's troubling is in his constant pleas and speeches of how he's a changed man which is so blatantly hypocritical given your comments
I commend for your loyalty and defense of friends no matter the cause.
I wish him and his F2 the very, very best for their future.
Big: You know, Manhattan has a lot of beautiful women.
Carrie: What an amazing observation!
Big: But the thing is, after awhile, you just wanna be with the one who makes you laugh.
~ Sex and the City
Interesting concept. I guess all the Bachelors for 15 seasons weren't REAL Men and all the Bachelorettes for 6 seasons weren't REAL Women. Since they've all done the same thing and to more than just the F2 and some in more definitive ways. So, will Ashley as the Bachelorette and any future Bachelorette/Bachelor leads. Perhaps the Bachelor franchise is not the show to be held up to the standard for real men & women since the concept from the beginning has been to find one person to fall in love with and mislead the viewing audience and the other bachelor/ettes about who that beloved one is. It's been this way since the beginning. Brad didn't start it nor will it end with him. I also find it interesting that when Brad's being honest about what went down versus lying it's considered a character flaw.