Anyways, enough about showering. Because time is of the essence these days, let me sum up this week's episode of the Bachlorette in four succinct sentences.
Ashley and Ben canoodled on a yacht; he's not ready to say "I love you" but he feels it.
Ryan appeared out of nowhere and got another heaping spoonful of rejection.
Constantine didn't even make it to the dessert course to let Ashley know he's not really digging her, and subsequently made an abrupt exit.
JP was stoked to find out two guys had gone home, but didn't realize Ryan came back; that glint of competition in his eyes makes me think that even if she does pick him, it's more about the chase for JP than the prize.
Whew! I just might do this every week. Easiest review, ever.
So a bigger dilemma for me is Sunday night. 'The Men Tell All' airs on Sunday with the big finale on Monday night. I don't know what you're watching, but Sunday has become the greatest night of television in our house this summer. We have, of course, our weekly helping of "True Blood," followed by "Curb Your Enthusiasm" and the last season of "Entourage." This is coupled with the fact that "Breaking Bad" just started on AMC, causing Brian and I to stay up well past 10pm this week to see if the Chicken Man was going to kill anymore people. RIP Victor.
We didn't even get to Curb or Entourage until last night.
So what am I going to do this Sunday? I'm not sure our DVR has the capacity for this. Hmm....
And that being said, anyone who's a Curb fan out there...how great was the Palenstinian Chicken episode? OMG. Brian and I were crying, we were laughing so hard. I can only hope the term "social assassin" becomes part of our everyday vernacular.