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Y‘know...i had high hopes for this “season” of the Bachelor.  I liked Jason even though i was glad that DeAnna chose Jesse last season, and I thought Jason might make for a decent season of The Bachelor.  Right up until last night at about 10:10, i was holding out for him.  Then, this jackass tells the general population of America that he’s going to break up with Melissa...then does it on national TV.  The ONLY way i would consider that Jason had a drop of class left is if the producers literally had his nards in a choke-hold, forcing him to do such a heinous act on TV.

As if that wasn’t enough, he THEN asks Molly out on a date...5 minutes later!!!  Melissa’s ass wasn’t even warm on the seat in the limo and this guy is asking Molly out!  I do believe that Molly was the better choice for Jason but in this case, does the end really justify the means?  

I’m interested in finding out just how much influence the producers have over the contestants/participants in this program.  I know there are confidentiality agreements but what else?  If Jason did what he did last night without influence or liability...shame, shame, SHAME on him.

And you don’t EVEN want to know how much i enjoyed Jason telling DeAnna to hit the road.  I can’t imagine how much money the producers would have to pay ME to do what that low-class broad did.  Either she’s a “ho” and did it for money or she’s a no-pride fool who did it for free.  Either way, she has no credibility in my eyes.


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      Jenni0811 wrote Mar 3, 2009
    • I agree with your comments 100%!  If the producers would let this show actually take it’s natural course, it would have the potential to be a heart-warming love story.... But I’ve always felt the producers have directed the course of action to generate as much “sensation” (so to speak) as possible. And I don’t even want to get into the type of girls they seem to be picking for each season.....I don’t think there are too many truly in it for “love“....mostly for “money“.

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