The Bachelor: Paris
First off, Charlie O'Connell
are still together??? Did. Not. Expect. That. Aww, Mary
so cute. Trista
are trying for a baby. That's nice. All right, enough with the flashbacks. Tonight was all about the fantasy dates: Moana
in Venice, Sarah
in Austria and Susan
in the French Alps. Let's start with Sarah, who mentioned that she was tired of Travis
' little pecks and was ready for a real kiss. Honey, I hate to break it to you, but he's just not that into you. Poor Susan. Travis was attracted to you for sure. I mean you are gorgeous, but the disconnect is too huge. Travis' pet peeve is people telling him what they think he wants to hear. Did you not see the irony of parroting that as a peeve of your own? He did. It's too bad that Susan couldn't loosen up enough to achieve a genuine level of comfort with Travis, although her potty mouth was quite comfortable in the limo ride home. After that rose ceremony, nobody would accuse Susan of being a great actress, unless that "I'm choking on my tongue" look can pass for a graceful acceptance of elimination. That left Moana. Let there be no doubt that Travis is into her. How do we know this? Well, I've noticed that there is an inverse relationship between the length of Travis' admiration speeches (the ones where he tells his current date why she's so great) and his degree of attraction to said date. Sarah, of course, gets the longest speeches, yet Travis mentions how nice it is not to have to say anything in Moana's presence. You do the math. Rhoda Charles
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