The Bachelor Masters
Summary: "A Bachelor podcast that features more tangents than contestants." - podcasttime.io
It’s the end of a long year that took us from Arie and Lauren to Becca and Garrett to… Chris and Krystal? But hey, it wasn’t that bad, was it? In our final podcast of the season we recap the last two episodes of Bachelor in Paradise and reflect on the various scandals that have erupted over the past few days. Because what better way to kick off four months of no Bachelor than some juicy semi-confirmed gossip? We’d love to have you along for the ride so hit the play button and join us for all of the fun!
It seems like sex happened for the various couples, at least if their morning glow is to be believed. In the case of Annaliese, she spelled it out right in front of the camera and to Kamil after he… came back from a date with another woman. And speaking of that other woman, is she any more of a witch than the rest of the women who cleanse themselves with sage? We cover this and everything else… hit the play button and join us!
Who likes who? Who loves who? Better yet, who loves who until someone else comes walking down those stairs tomorrow morning? We go through each couple/triangle in detail while also giving those who deserve it their dues. Like Leo. And Venmo. Hit “play” and join us!
We had to put Tia in the title of this episode, right, otherwise you’d think we weren’t paying attention. But there’s a lot of other things that go on or whatever like making out and hooking up. We go through each couple and date piece by piece and come to the conclusion that everyone is a… you’ll have to listen to find out!
In this episode we unleash our pent up frustrations developed during the Bachelor and Bachelorette seasons on an unsuspecting (and, perhaps, undeserving) Bachelor in Paradise. We also talk about Jubilee’s remark about not having love without war in an extended dump on pop media. Hit play and join us!
Just like that Becca’s chapter ends yet chapters for a dozen past rejects begins! We’ve been here before: two nights, two series passing like ships in the dark. Five full hours of content resulting in a 1 hour and 10 minute podcast. Whew! How is Garrett navigating his Insta likes? Will Becca support him? Who is that strange uncle? Are the producers manufacturing conflict between Tia and Colton? Who is that blonde guy? We try to figure it all out, come join us for the ride!
What kind of podcasters would we be if we skipped The Men Tell All just because it was bad? We probably make the episode out to be worse than it actually was–if Twitter is a judge many watching at home liked, for example, Jordan’s antics. So we talk about that but also a bunch of other things to fill up time. It’s actually pretty entertaining, we think, but then again we might be misjudging you folks listening at home.
Like the Bachelorette episode itself it took us fifteen minutes to get into the podcast. But a lot of that is because of our fascinating breakdown of Bachelor Masters data! What does that mean? Listen in to find out, we promise that it is…. data. But you could be into that kind of thing. We also wonder why Becca keeps saying “IN love” (emphasis ours) versus “love” and also what’s going to happen when Garrett wins. Join us!
A problem with these four guys is that they overlap in such a way that it’s difficult to know who they are without looking closely and looking closely changes our perception of the four guys. You know, like…. Schrödinger’s cat. (We’re really stretching here.) Anyways, we try to fill up an hour and fifteen minutes based on these hometown dates and some of The Proposal. Come along for the ride… if you can stomach it!
Whether or not twitterpated is actually a word or if Becca actually said it in the episode is kind of irrelevant. What is relevant is that we’re down to four guys, finally. And one of the the four is the vastly vitrioled Garrett. We try to give him some justice to little effect, but also dive into the other three guys to give them some comeuppance. Jump in the fire with us!
We’ve got a classic Bachelor Masters episode for ya where we go back to our roots discussing the cultural contexts of various Bachelorette happenings. We also debate the effectiveness of Universal Studios’ new ad campaign because, well, dreamy Leo works there. But will he make the final four? Listen in so you can hold us accountable when our predictions are inevitably wrong!
Jordan is no Corrine, so we say goodbye to this villain without batting an eye. Well, in the blazing Nevada heat there’s bound to be some eye batting. Nevertheless, guys get cut as Becca narrows the field. This turns is a point of contention for our three Bachelor Masters hosts who debate whether the remaining guys actually like Becca and whether Becca actually likes the guys. Oh and we review Westworld for some reason. Join us for the fun!
This is what we’ve all been waiting for: ABC tossing two whole shows on us at the same time. In this podcast episode we debate whether or not The Proposal is interesting, though it undoubtedly is interesting when compared to the current season of The Bachelorette. We also talk in detail about a few of Becca’s suitors because, well, that’s what podcasts are for! (And we think we have a little crush on Leo.) Come join us as we come roaring back after our week off to recap the full three hours of content.
What is cool? That’s an age-old question left to none other than the Bachelor franchise as we see Becca’s dudes try to be cool and uncool. Indeed, we try to figure out if Becca herself is cool in what is probably an uncool topic for podcasts. Come along for the ride (but do it without looking like you’re in a hurry).
Ha, see what we did there with the catchphrase? Alas, the first episode of a Bachelorette season is usually the least interesting as we’re forced to sludge through contestant gimmicks attempting to catch Becca’s attention. Though, this time around we’ve noticed that Becca is handling herself well, with poise and humor, and that’s… interesting! To make up for no real villain (sorry, Male Model guy) we also talk about the hit family film Saw.