If you were watching The Bachelorette this week, you may have experienced one of the most bizarre one on one dates in recent memory. No, I’m not talking about Brayden hitting Charity in the face with a baseball. Good guess though.
I’m talking about the other one on one with Charity, at the amusement park with Warwick.
Producers were mean for this one. But not completely. I’ll explain.
First there was the hype. They had the other guys talking about Warwick like he was this mysterious darkhorse that was going to turn the whole contest upside down by channeling some kind of hidden romantic energy.
Let me tell you. That didn’t happen.
What did happen was that showrunners got Charity and Warwick dressed up like they were going to the Oscars, and then sent them to an abandon amusement park like some rerun of “Are you Afraid of the Dark?” on 90s SNick.
Things were going great at first. They were riding rides. Playing games. Just having a good time.
Then my boy, Warwick ran out of gas. The batteries were empty.
This man was so tired, he couldn’t even scoop his date’s ice cream. He couldn’t answer simple questions.
He devolved into a seven year old that was up way past his bedtime, finally admitting that he wasn’t ready for a relationship.
Charity then mercifully took this date horse out back and shot it, sending Warwick home. He was so tired he started snoring in the backseat of the SUV.
The testimonials were painful. If Charity didn’t have such a star making Barbie date beforehand I would say producers were flat out wrong this week. They still kind of were.
Some of you thought it was one of the most painful Bachelorette dates ever…
— The Frank Torres Report (@ftrtoday) July 11, 2023
But sometimes, you just run out of things to say. It’s a potent reminder that you have to have a genuine connection with someone if you’re going to get married. It sounds like common sense, but on the Bachelorette where guys aren’t always there for the right reasons, its not.
See you next time.
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