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Posted 23 May 2011 - 09:46 AM
She was finishing up dental school in Philadelphia when she went on the Bachelor with Brad.
Hope she does well!
Posted 23 May 2011 - 01:42 PM
I already looked at spoilers from another site, but I still plan on checking this show out. Ashley wouldn't have been my first choice for Bachelorette, simply b/c she didn't seem that entertaining the first time around. But hopefully it'll be interesting with her own show.
Posted 23 May 2011 - 07:40 PM
Posted 24 May 2011 - 09:02 AM
I don't get how you keep a guy who you've heard is coming in with the wrong intentions, you keep him, just because he looks good to you and seems to be smooth, hello, then it looks like down the road she is fallin for this creep and cryin, I have no sympathy, of course it prolly is the editing, but I would have kicked Bently to the curb immeadiately, Ashley is stupid for keeping this idiot, the show really seems fake
One of the guys said he hoped The Bachelorette was Emily - was it Bentley that said that?
Posted 24 May 2011 - 09:37 AM
Posted 07 June 2011 - 08:11 AM
Posted 13 June 2011 - 08:14 PM
The biggest clue always is that the guy selected will never be shown having any serious flaws.
Posted 13 June 2011 - 10:48 PM
Yes, it was Bentley who said that. And of course she was gonna keep him around. He's the catalyst for the drama to come.
I just finished the first episode and I can easily predict that he is "that guy" that is on every bachelorette that is a mole for the producers. Ashly is fully aware that his role is to create drama; they have one every season. Remember Frank who confessed he was still in love with x-girl friend? And then there was the Pro Wresler with fake broken leg. Wouldn't surprise me one bit that she & Bently meet with the producers during the filming to discuss how things are to play out. Their time together is clearly fake\scripted. As I stated in my previous post, and many posts in prior seasons, there is no more than 4 guys on the show that any real chance of being the last man standing, all the rest are there for the sole purpose of helping the season get good ratings. Seriously, each of one was selected for what drama (or humor) they can bring to the show, not because they seriously have any chance of marrying the Bachelorette. And I have a high degree of confidence that Ashly pre-screened on video the real guys, thus helping the producers select the guys she was willing to date seriously. The rest the producers pick so that each guy can be dumped by the bachelorette at some point during the season.
Posted 14 June 2011 - 12:36 PM
....and the whole Bentley drama, what a load of crap that was. Surely nobody buys any of that garbage. In real time she's only know the guy for about two weeks, and not really spent all the much time with him, not even one date, but somehow she's crying like like they been together for a couple of years and he is walking out in her. And her acting is not all that great either. And Oh OH, having fake rain as he drive away makes the entire episode borderline parody of itself.
Posted 14 June 2011 - 02:28 PM
What about his reputation ? From some articles posted it looks like that's down the tubes.
Posted 15 June 2011 - 05:49 AM
I do believe there are a few guys that are there for real, and when they go out on dates their comments and reactions are real, but the producers are inserting a lot of bogus drama scripted for several of the other guys... included the Masked guy who always had the Phantom of the Opera music playing in the background...lol
I went back and watched the parts of the first episodes, and during the previews of future episodes, they do show Bentley returning and hooking up with Ashlyh again.... Let me guess\predict, they make the audience think they hook up for a night of intense sex that blows her mind, and in the morning he dumps her saying "Thanks. Maybe I'll call ya some time..." And she spends the rest of episode crying about how he was the man of her dreams, but treats her like trash after the best sex she ever had... BUT THEN..... her REAL TRUE love appears, the man who she will select at the very end, and he says\does all the right things to make her fall in love with a REAL MAN of her dreams. <Barf, Barf, Barf>....
Posted 16 June 2011 - 11:46 PM
Posted 17 June 2011 - 07:11 AM
B U T, seems like an unnamed hero was safely riding in the undamaged
caboose and drags her from the wreckage at the last minute... (run screen credits)
Posted 17 June 2011 - 07:42 AM
Posted 17 June 2011 - 10:31 AM
Personally, I think Ashly is included with what the producers are doing than we know about. I think she does get to see some of the footage of what the guys are saying behind her back, not all the footage, but enough that so she can determine for herself who is for real, and who is not. Those guys who get a thumbs down by her are then targeted for future elimination, which also means they are likely to become pawns of the producers that put them into no win situations that create drama. If two guys hate each other, then there is a good chance those two guys are going find themselves in producer created situations where drama is going to happen. And they all are cast because they are either 1) natural odds balls in their every days lives, or 2) they know the producers are looking for great drama so they feed into the camera.
The only guys that are safe, are the ones who have not been targeted for elimination, which also means, there is truly only one guy that remains safe until the end. One by one, guys that seemed normal and marriage material in the first couple of episodes are later shown to have serious flaws\qwerts\insecurities\etc that are major "turns offs" to pretty much everyone who watches the show. But the producers design it that way, if Ashly is not interested in a truly great guy that many women would like to date, they simply zero in on one (or more) of his personality flaws and magnify it as if the flaw is far worse, gross, offensive, etc . Instead of just "he sometimes forgets to put the seat down after using the toilet" they twist it into "he never flushes or ever washes his hands, and then goes cooks dinner". The first one reflects his true personality, the second reflects his reality TV personality.
Posted 18 June 2011 - 05:02 AM
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Posted 21 June 2011 - 12:53 AM
This week Ryan got the last rose, so he now has been targeted for a future elimination. And sinse he not yet had a one-on-one date, he is unlikely to get one, or if he does get an one-on-one date, he won't get a rose at the end of that date. Ryan is a dead man walking.
Posted 21 June 2011 - 05:50 AM
Posted 22 June 2011 - 09:49 AM
I really can't say for certian, but I tend to beleive that the producers are intentionally making it over-the-top much in the same way a 12-13 year old girl would that has a really bad crush who just can't stop thinking and talking about the super hunk 14 year old boy she recently met. Without even knowing him or talking to him other than to say "hi", she imagines a perfect life together where he always does and says the right things. He knows exactly what to do when she is happy, sad, angry, frustrated, etc. He is Prince Charming, and she doesn't know anything about him, she just thinks he is "Super Cute"... But of course, Prince Charming turns out to be more like Prince Charming in Sherk 2.
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