Bring on the Bachelor

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By Kelsey Ryan

Rachel’s season of “The Bachelorette” was, of course, full of drama. There were multiple feuds and specific individuals that made some interesting choices.

We can start with Lucas, otherwise known as Wahboom, and his nemesis on the show Brady. We see through the season that Brady gets fed up with Lucas’s constant screaming and immaturity. Some would say that Brady was being too harsh on Lucas and putting too much effort into scolding another man, and not enough into dating Rachel. Either way, because both of them spent the whole time acting like ten-year-olds, they were sent home at the same time.

Next, we have the unforgettable feud between professional wrestler, Kenny, and songwriter Lee. Another pair who spent so much time complaining about each other, that Rachel was once again, forgotten about.

Lee did post some racist comments on his twitter account and was also known for targeting some of the African-American men on the show. He apologized on the last episode during the “Men Tell All”, and told everyone that he knows he was immature and has learned a lot since then.

Now let’s talk about some of the interesting individuals who starred on the show. There was DeMario, who decided to come on the show even though he had a girlfriend at home. I do have to say though, that girl had a lot of guts coming up to confront him so, good for her.

We should also address the “bad kid” from summer camp. Fred showed up and was quickly shut down because of the past he had with Rachel. She just couldn’t get over the memories of the little Fred who was always getting into trouble. I don’t blame her though, it would be a little weird to start dating the kid you used to be a camp counselor for.

“The Bachelorette” really didn’t hold back on the interesting people this season. Who could forget the tickle monster, otherwise known as Jonathan? What many people didn’t know is that he is actually a very successful doctor, but how could you when his occupation description is a childhood game?

“The Bachelorette” finale was quite frustrating for many people. She had to choose between Peter and Brian. Peter was the better choice in my opinion because he seemed like a genuine guy who just wasn’t ready to get engaged to a girl that he met two months ago. Brian on the other hand, said I love you within two weeks of meeting her. There is no way that he could love her that soon. I have to say, I was very disappointed in the ending of this season, and it honestly made Rachel seem like she was just in it for the ring, but it’s over, so now we get to wait for the break-up magazine covers all over Target.