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The Bachelor Guest Stars on NBC Show, by C. Brian Devinney: ABC's "Bachelor" popped up on an NBC show. Is this the beginning of an acting career? Or just the standard use of a guy still in his 15 minutes of fame? Find out where Alex Michel showed up this time.
Bachelors and Bachelorettes, Revisited: A Little Too Perfect, by Susan Schechter: In an earlier article, Susan discussed what type of woman would appear on The Bachelor. Now she turns her attention not just to those who were in the final three, but to Alex himself. There's something about him that's just a bit too perfect...
Point/Counterpoint with Susan and Brian: Amanda vs. Trista, by Susan Schechter & C. Brian Devinney: Susan and Brian are at it again -- debating reality TV. But this time it's not Survivor, but the ending of The Bachelor. Did Alex make the right decision in Amanda? Or should he have gone with Trista instead? Let's see what these two have to say.
No Way, Dr. Corday!, by C. Brian Devinney: Alex Kingston, a.k.a. Dr. Elizabeth Corday on NBC’s ER, said a number of nasty things about participants on The Bachelor in an interview -- even calling one a hooker. C. Brian Devinney is not just going to sit by and let her get away with that!
The Bachelor, Episode 6: On Bended Knee, by C. Brian Devinney: It was a big Bachelor night. First, we had 23 of the ex-contestants discussing what went on behind the scenes. Then, the Bachelor himself had to bring home the final two women to be grilled by his family. At the end, it was time to make a decision. Would he propose to Amanda, to Trista, or to neither?
The Bachelor, Episode 5: Time for Dessert, by C. Brian Devinney: Last week the comely Kim failed to receive the long desired rose from Alex and was politely ushered to an awaiting car. This week it’s three overnight trips with three lovely ladies and one more person going home without a chance to hear the wedding proposal. Will it be Trista, Shannon, or Amanda?
The Bachelor, Episode 4: Meet the Parents, by C. Brian Devinney: Alex, the Bachelor, has been poking and prodding the women for several weeks now. But it's time for the shoe to be on the other foot as he meets the families of the four remaining women, and he gets to be the target of questions. But in the end, he is still the one who decides which three stay and which one leaves.
The Bachelor, Episode 3: Love Hurts (or Is She Even on the Show?), by C. Brian Devinney: We move from the Elite 8 (shown at right) to the Final Four with the help of the Bachelor's friends. There are four dates, but three are one-on-one and one is five-on-one. Who will get the special treatment? Who will get a rose?
Bachelors and Bachelorettes, by Susan Schechter: Watching The Bachelor is fun, but it makes you wonder about Alex -- the "star" -- and the women who are seeking a ring from him. It also can make you wonder a bit about love in general...
The Bachelor, Episode 2: Beauty Cut Down in Its Prime, by C. Brian Devinney: It’s time for another episode of America’s largest and, perhaps, most embarrassing search for love since Rick Rockwell and Darva Conger. As Alex "The Bachelor" Michel narrows the field of potential mates from 15 to 8, who will make it and who will be left out in the cold? The women all go to live in the same mansion together and have 5-girl dates to get to know him better. Will Amanda (shown at right with Alex) be one of the lucky few?
The Bachelor, Episode 1: Love, Exciting and Whew!, by C. Brian Devinney: In the premiere episode of The Bachelor, Alex must start with 25 women who he has barely had time to meet and eliminate 10 of them right off the bat. Who will make it and who won't? How will Brian's pick to win, Kathryn do?
The (Un?)Luckiest Man in the World: The Bachelor Premieres, by C. Brian Devinney: As The Bachelor premieres on ABC, let's join C. Brian Devinney as he introduces us to the women vying for the ultimate prize, and the Bachelor himself. Who will make it to the end, who will fall by the wayside?