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In an interview with the Nashville Tennessean, The Bachelor: Paris' Travis Stork and Sarah Stone claim that the very show that brought them together led them to break up. Recounting how ABC forced them to steer clear of each other since the finale's November taping — lest word of the outcome leak out — Stork says, "We thought it was going to be this great [relationship], but... over time, when you're not allowed to see someone, you grow apart." Stone says that had she and Stork dated under "normal" conditions, "it definitely would have worked out." Real nice, ABC. read more


What is the deal with The Bachelor: Paris catch Travis Stork and Sarah Stone, the Nashville kindergarten teacher he chose in Monday night's finale? Well, not only has the would-be couple been MIA from the spotlight all week, but the Nashville Tennessean reports that Stone has been seen on the arm of Matt Lauderdale, Titans star Drew Bennett's business partner and roommate. Lauderdale, though, says he and Stone are "strictly just friends."  read more

Bachelor Serves Up Wine, Avoids Cheese

Andrew Firestone shares his Wine Ways

Is The Bachelor: Paris catch Travis Stork still canoodling with Sarah Stone, the kindergarten teach he picked in this week's finale? Who knows. But until the would-be couple come forth, got up to speed on another Bachelor, Season 3 star Andrew Firestone, who has his own big news to share. After all, maybe things have reheated up between him and Jen Schefft, right? No? Maybe he just has a DVD to tout? Tell me about Wine Ways, the new educational DVD you produced and star in. How did it come to be?Andrew Firestone: In a nutshell, what I do in my day job is teach wine tasting, and I really like to focus read more

The Bachelor: Paris As heartbreaking...

The Bachelor: Paris As heartbreaking as Moana's rejection was — and seriously, I nearly teared up watching her in the limo — I have to wonder what she was thinking. The Bachelor was hers to lose. Instead Moana's wackiness left Travis with no choice but to pick Sarah. OK, before you send me more e-mails asking me what I have against Sarah, let me tell you: not a darn thing. I just find her a bit blah (or at least her portrayal on the show), but I appreciated the entertainment value that Moana's issues brought. Moana's random breakdowns were way more interesting than Sarah's "You're perfect for me" chant, which I swore would make me gag if I heard it one more time. In all fairness, if I read more

The Bachelor: Paris So the women...

The Bachelor: Paris So the women are back and they might be the cattiest bunch ever. I do enjoy the women-tell-all reunions. It's so much fun watching the gals try to polish their images after they realize that the cameras really were rolling 24/7. I can't believe they turned on Susan like that. She was one of their own, and they made her cry. So not cool. Was Susan acting? I dunno, but between her waterworks skill and her good looks, I'm sure the soaps or Maxim will come calling soon. Kristin — yeah, it was the teeth. You know, <sarcasm> I'm surprised Ali G. skipped the reunion </sarcasm>, but her presence didn't, and we got to see that very special clip one last time. Thank you, ABC. Totally didn't recognize Yvonne with he read more

The Bachelor: Paris First off,...

The Bachelor: Paris First off, Charlie O'Connell and Nurse Sarah are still together??? Did. Not. Expect. That. Aww, Mary and Byron — so cute. Trista and Ryan 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 s read more

The Bachelor: Paris So, it's...

The Bachelor: Paris So, it's back to Winnipeg for Sarah. I'm going to miss that guttural thing she does when she speaks. Not! I have two last questions for her: Did she get a boob job between the last group date and her hometown visit? And what happened to her hair after Travis dumped her? One minute she's sleekly coifed, the next she's somewhat bedraggled. Was there an off-camera last-ditch tryst? I live for the drama. My inquiring mind wants to know! Not that I'm being swayed by the obvious she's-only-doing-this-to-get-to-Hollywood slant the show is giving Susan, but her Duke garden speech to Travis seemed rather rehearsed and poorly written. (SUSAN: I like the way you kiss. [Places hand on his shoulder and bats eyes shyly]) I’m just say read more

The Bachelor: Paris With my best...

The Bachelor: Paris With my best Dieter from Sprockets impersonation, let me say, "This is the point in The Bachelor when we gang up on Moana." She is the bad girl this year. She's tough, indifferent and self-admittedly not that interested in the Bachelor. Then, like that, she's all into him. So much so that she's breaking down in tears during a heated interview with cast-off candidates, and worse, in front of Travis. Moana, I'm happy you're finally getting these burdens off your chest, but that frozen mask of terror on his face during your purging is killing your chances. I'm not saying a breakdown on your part wasn't warranted. Overhearing the other girls talking nasty about you behind your back and then confronting them can take a lot out of a per read more

The Bachelor: Paris OK, yes,...

The Bachelor: Paris OK, yes, Sarah Canada, you did have great chemistry right off the bat with Travis, but he is still dating a bunch of other women at the same time, so please chill out — you are scaring me. I liked you at first, but now you're giving me a really psycho, jealous, possessive vibe, and I'm worried for this best Bachelor ever. That goes for you, too, Tara Let Me Interrupt Everybody Else's Alone Time. Honey, that "oops" routine is only going to work so many times. Can we say "desperate"? Dial it back. You see how playing hard to get is working for read more

24 All right, Fox, I've got a...

24All right, Fox, I've got a couple of bones to pick with you. First of all, you've completely spoiled me rotten with this four-hour premiere in just two nights — how am I supposed to cope for a whole week without another episode? And like it's not enough that you've totally got me wrapped around your finger, then you have to go and rub it in by showing Golden Globes press-room footage during the commercials, while I'm TiVoing it to watch 24 "live." Look, we spoiler-free freaks here on the West Coast have a hard enough time maintaining media blackouts with the time delay — you're gonna have to help us out a little. You won already; I'm watching your network. I've seen the Idol and Bones promos approximately 300 times in between all the Kiefer-based butt read more

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