Premiere night! Airline pilot Peter Weber begins his search for love, meeting 30 accomplished women eager to catch his eye; on the first group date, nine women get flight training; Hannah Brown returns to host the second group date.
Teacup trauma from childhood complete with dramatic music. Geez.
That reminds me of that other girl we had on a few seasons ago who had lots of childhood traumas, about everything!
Okay, this Kelley girl was just okay at the beginning, but now she's annoying. I thought the cheating was a horrible look, and now the interrupting is obnoxious. He's a lot more impressed with her than I am.
I was suspicious of the whole ceremony that just so happened to occur at the right time for a first date. Everything about that felt like a set up.
But, she was pretty and personable, so I guess it worked out. Well, unless they don't get married, because then their ceremony and party pictures will feature some random girl Peter dated one time. hahaha! Some day their grandkids will ask, "Who's that with daddy, Grandma?"
Tasteless and trashy Hannah Brown. What's the point of her being there?
I'm wondering the same thing in these last few minutes of this episode!
IMO this was all producer driven. Peter sounded like he was reading from a script just the type of questions that will turn Hannah into an emotional mess. They know just how to push the right buttons.
Hannah's season got really good ratings, she is the most followed alum in Bachelor nation and just came off of winning DWTS. She is still under contract and wants a media career of some sort. They are using her to get viewers since Peter is such a snooze fest. If I am told one more time how hot he is supposed to be I will puke. One hand washes the other.
After watching this first episode it is clear that the season will be all about more sex with Peter and the women going crazy because he is so hot...not!
You could be the juiciest, most ripe peach, but there is still going to be someone who doesn't like peaches.
I'm 2 hours into this & so far there's been good & bad. The Good: I like the way they are moving things along this season. Much less dragging it all out. Peter is more likable than I expected. Not great, but I didn't expect much. His reactions to all the trashy comments have been very subdued & even a bit uneasy & awkward. I liked that. Not what I expected.
The Bad: The trashy women, the drunk women, the immature women, the dumb corny entrances. I expected most of that though. Hannah Brown. Go away. Far far away.
I got the feeling from the beginning that just maybe what I've always hoped for may happen: His final 1 says No & dumps him because of the way he behaved during the season. Pretty much says "You're not the man I thought you were." This is NOT a Spoiler. Just a wild guess feeling. I know nothing.
A few comments on the women: They nearly all seem so immature & desperate. Not ready for marriage or even adulthood. Where did they go for casting? A bar called Desperate Are Us? That gal who folded herself up in the suitcase creeped me out. Not a good look for meeting someone. Hanna Ann is prettier & more appealing than I expected. Sarah was by far the prettiest.(said by a blonde white girl) Victoria F was either very drunk or can't talk right. She sounded like she was slurring or mumbling everything she said. I couldn't understand half of it at all. Speaking of talking, what's with the speech impediment so many of them have. Saying things like: Dih-un instead of didn't; is'n instead of isn't. And aren't they teaching "T's" in school anymore? These women need to annunciate & speak properly.
Anyhow, I'll be back for next week's show. I turned to Manifest for the last hour. It's back! The Bachelor isn't good enough to skip that.