This season of the Bachelorette (and every season, I’m pretty sure) is all about who is willing to embarrass himself the most to win Ali’s heart. I mean, we’ve seen them in dancing in spandex, singing showtunes, and now…writing and performing Icelandic love poems. REALLY? Kirk, as we’ve seen from last week, is a smart dude and pulled a Roberto and got all up in Ali’s grill to grab himself a matching-sweater-filled one-on-one with Ali. I actually really like Kirk and his BIG REVEAL of mold. He’s adorable AND he’s from Green Bay, which likely means he’s a Packers fan. Ali likes him third best, coming in just behind Chris L. and right in front of (jealous) Frank the tank.
PS. Isn’t Frank a screenwriter? Why are his English skills so poor. His constant misuse of “I” when it’s actually supposed to be “me” bugs me more than his weird-ass jealousy and his cartoony smile.
Krazy Kasey and Krazy Justin snag the two-on-one date. and SURPRISE! Kasey still wants to guard and protect Ali’s heart and on the heels of Ali saying, “all Kasey has to do is be normal” he goes and whips this puppy out
and then for the safety of everyone on this planet, Ali whisks Justin “I am lucky to get a rose because I bring slightly less crazy than the other dude” off and escapes in a helicopter leaving Kasey stranded on a, as he calls it, GLACIAL with only his tat and his krazy to keep him company.
Craig’s fake tattoo was HILARIOUS, but, really, funny only gets you so far. Sadly, he’s going home next week because there is zero chemistry between him and Ali. He seems like a pretty decent guy, even if he does remind me a little bit of Andy Bernard.
Here’s to hoping next week’s girlfriend drama is a little more exciting than the big mold reveal…