'The Bachelor': The Most Ridiculously Memorable Moments of Ben's Season
Ben was one of the lamest Bachelors in this show's history, but he sure had an interesting (by which we mean, insane) group of women around him to make this installment somewhat memorable. Here are the highs and many lows from a season filled with lots of tears and nudity.
The Horse You Rode in On
Most girls tried be somewhat clever and/or grossly seductive in their opening introductions out of the limo, with varying degrees of success. Lindzi compensated for the stupid spelling of her name by arriving in a unique fashion: on horseback. Of course she couldn't stop talking about horses for the rest of the season and it got quickly annoying, but it was somewhat clever at the moment.
Cry Me a River
We usually have to wait for the Bachelor to start dumping girls before the waterworks start, but not this year. There were tears right out of the gate, mostly because Monica took an instant dislike to annoying blogger Jenna and Jenna just couldn't understand why. She started crying. In a weepy meltdown of epic proportions. In the bathroom. Where the cameras kept the audio rolling as she sobbed uncontrollably.
Kacie decided it was a great idea to go into a shop and buy a baton to show off her lame skills from high school marching band. Way to impress a guy. And she did it again when he showed up for the hometown dates. No wonder he ditched her before the sex date.
Fractured Fairy Tale
On a group date, the women got to go play with children and reenact fairy tales, in the most trashy ensembles possible. Particularly Blakeley, who wore what some (most) would call a whoreish outfit and scarred some young children for life.
Maybe the Mayans Knew Courtney Was Coming …
… and that's the reason they predicted 2012 as the end of the world. They saw a vision of this bitch who would stage a full-on hissy fit if she didn't get to go on a date to one of their temples with a man who had several other girlfriends. And that she'd use cameras in order to get more famous and on the cover of magazines, so they presumed that she would be some sort of devil sent straight from hell to destroy all of humankind using faux sweetness to woo her male prey and finger guns to take out her female competitors.