Adam and Taylor start a historic season with a conspiracy theory, can you remember anyone from Nick's season besides Rachel and Corinne? men can't talk pick people up, none of these guys are classically pretty, Josiah's sob story isn't messing around, Wha goes Boom, Taylor's joke didn't land and one of these guys has a dark past with Rachel.
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Adam and Taylor welcome the End of the Road for season 8, one of these two women was just a sacrifice on the alter of Big Bachelor, Nick's "dad" has a very let's-get-along-for-the-kids look about him, Adam laments an angry lesson about engagement ring selection, Taylor recaps the franchise's bow-legged collapse and there are a lot of eggs in next season's basket.
Adam and Taylor stay up late to give the people what they want, tell someone about your experience with this show, Rachel (gasp, spoilers) doesn't win Nick but does win everything else, no one can cross-country ski, there's actual information that we are uniquely qualified to cover, Vanessa and Nick are either in love or in international warfare, Raven discovers her next post-TV job and the women tell all is a ridiculous misnomer.
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Adam and Taylor realize that this whole show only needs to be an hour every Monday, Andi the Dorf drops in to remind us how much royalties pay, Taylor's Power Rankings have an exciting final act, Nick publicly changes positions on sleeping with people, Adam still forgets about the producers and Raven goes to Finland to disclose that she's never done anything before.
*Editor's note: this episode confuses two of Hollywood's Jimmys, #Oscarfail. The reference to Jimmy Kimmel should have been to Jimmy Fallon. Watch his interview with Elijah Wood here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K9jdocOpBPA
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Adam and Taylor have a rull noss tom going mudding in Stereotypical, Arkansas, Vanessa's family is noticeably un-Italian, Rachel's hometown date goes decently well for a person who can't possibly win, just imagine what a day in Corinne's mind would be like and head's up - there's a flash flood warning in Alameda county.
Adam and Taylor react to the most brutal elimination a Bachelor has ever made, Adam breaks down the differences between sexy, cute and gorgeous, Vanessa reminds everyone that she has a chokehold on this competition, Nick's the victim of his own awful decisions, nothing that's happening was expected and the newest Bachelorette is announced!
Adam and Taylor have a theory about why this episode was so wild, Kristina has a sister who has child and that's not even the start of it, Jasmine puts baby in an emotional corner then strangles him into making her leave, Raven allegedly got the least televised rose of all time and the predictions are the boldest they've ever been.
Adam and Taylor get into a dangerous multi-Taylor televised situation, Sarah and Jack would have fit on that door together, Rachel obliterates a one-on-one date, some dumb fake scary movie happened, the producers trick Adam again, Corinne and (TV) Taylor put the gloves back on for a second round and a creative new swear word is born.
Adam and Aneri mourn a relatively uneventful trip back home to Wisconsin, Danielle L. gets to look at cookies on her date, Nick doesn't understand how to use a library, ABC is officially out of concert budget, Raven treats us to the least eventful televised date in history and there's going to be a girl fight next week!
Adam and Taylor welcome another Robinson to the show for this season's first Friend Zone, Corinne mixes sexual metaphors, Howie's last name is one letter now, Vanessa is going to have the worst televised dates of the season, Rachel leans too hard at the finish and 12-year-old Adam's letters to ABC are unearthed.
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