Bachelor Pad 3: Will King Stagliano Be Dethroned? Here's The Rankings Rankings By RTVC Senior Staff Writer Joseph Braverman August 14, 2012
Vile and spiteful.
Another episode of Bachelor Pad is behind us, and even though I was absent with last weekís rankings, itís safe to say my clairvoyant abilities were on full display.
I predicted Reid and his meddling would get him kicked off in Week Three, along with Donna, and boom I was right.
The next two I predicted to be at risk were Jamie and David, and they went home this week.
Not to brag, but I can see the silver lining, that obviously being the Bachelor Pad editing.
Got thoughts? Post them at the end.
There is going to be a major shift in power that occurs next week, and if the previews are any indication, itíll be one of two power players that go home: Michael or Chris.
I cannot imagine Michael going home, especially since heís called the shots four weeks in a row and has never been on the losing side of the votes.
Whatís changed then?
Chrisí volatility is actually a reason to keep him in the house, and while Michael astutely pointed out the stupidity of Chris showing his master plan of making it to the end, he also made himself a big target with that big display of intelligence.
Will the contestants finally make the most obvious move since Day One and vote out Michael Stagliano, the best player in the house, next week?
I am so excited to find out that Iím having difficulties containing my enthusiasm.
And then there is Ed, good ole Ed. Yes, his goose looked like it was going to be cooked two weeks in a row, but Edís loyal and honest approach to the game Ė not to mention his affable nature and strong social skills Ė has kept him out of trouble.
Now with Jaclyn firmly in his camp, and Michael and Chris about to be at each otherís throats, Ed has found himself in the best position in the game to win.
He and Jaclyn are part of the Power Six, but they also can safely stay in the background since they havenít caused that much drama in the house.
Yes, Jaclyn may seem like a vile, spiteful, and all around quintessential mean girl, but sheís easily played the best game of the females thus far, aside from Rachel.
Jaclyn was the girl who orchestrated Reidís brilliant demise in Episode Three, and her loyalty to Ed has kept her firmly in line with the Power Six allianceís plan of keeping the couplesí safe.
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