The Bachelorette Recap: Love And The Bermuda Triangle
Recap by Senior RTVC Staff Writer Gayl Killough
June 5, 2012
The chemistry is obvious.
We are only on our fourth episode of The Bachelorette, but it is time to say goodbye to Charlotte.
Emily and the bachelors head to the Bermuda Islands.
Host Chris Harrison tells them that there will be three dates, but only one individual date.
Is it time for the dreaded two on one date this week as well as a group date.
Still, not every bachelor will get a date this week. Is no date better than the two on one date? Hard to say.
Got thoughts? Post them at the end.
This season seems more condensed than in seasons past, although as much as I love this show, it had been expanded and expanded probably a little too much.
Better to leave us viewers wanting more than to be bored with too long of season.
So it was great to see everyone and to also see Bermuda. The water is just incredibly bright turquoise as Emily tells her daughter Ricki, who is traveling with Emily on this world-wide journey.
Ricki seems happy, but I wonder who is caring for Ricki while Emily goes on dates.
Although, I think there is a lot of time that the lead bachelor or lead bachelorette actually would spend alone, so Emily probably gets quite a bit of time to spend with Ricki.
The bachelors all arrive on individual motor scooters which seems to make them happy.
The bachelors spend a lot of time just hanging out with each other all week cooped up, so I am sure that they are happy to be free. They love the beautiful scenery and their huge hotel suite.
They arrive and the first card, for the individual date is already there or so it seemed that way due to editing. The individual date card, and the only individual date this week is for Doug.
I am a little bummed because I was hoping to learn a lot more about Jef this week.
Doug seems like a great guy, but I am not quite sure if I see the romantic connection between Doug and Emily, they seem like two parents who have undergone tragedies bonding more like friends than romantic.
I realize that romantic couples should also be friends and like romances that start out as friendships, but something that I can't explain seems off.
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