‘Bachelor’ 2020 power rankings is Victoria here?
The strangest period of”The Bachelor” in recent memory is already at hometown visits, which is kind of stunning considering we had 15 women left just two weeks ago. But now we’re down to four, and Peter has purged the series of any contestant with A) a decent head on their shoulders or B) the life experience and/or urge to get married.
We can not go without stating ridiculously awful Peter is at this. Monday’s episode starts with him expressing his fear that he might fall for someone who isn’t ready for marriage and sitting each the women down. Cut Natasha, a 31-year-old girl who by all accounts appears to get her life together, getting eliminated and telling Peter she’s prepared. Meanwhile, Victoria can not get through a sentence without having an emotional breakdown — and Peter takes that as a sign that she is”prepared for this” and he must go meet her loved ones.
Peter has the intelligence of a grocery bag that is wilted, or he is the textbook example. The guy who views someone showing genuine affection for him as needy and unattractive, whereas the one who plays hard-to-get (or, in this instance, may not be interested at all) is exciting. Or, maybe he’s a tear fetish. In any event, he’s got the decision making ability of a typical Cleveland Browns general manager.
But these power rankings are not about him. They are about the women vying for his heart, who by the way constitute one of the most unlikable cast of characters because HBO’s”Succession.” It’s hard to deny the extreme drama and cattiness that surrounds these women has made for an enthralling train wreck of a season, among the most watchable in memory. Hometowns are often the most boring week, but considering the ragtag group of remaining contestants (and the tear-filled trailer for next week), there should be lots of excitement.
Here the remaining four women are shaping up in the struggle for Peter’s heart. We did not have any power rankings during last week’s five-hour Bachelor extravaganza (boy, did I pick a bad week to head out of town), but here are the most recent rankings from Week 4.
It was looking like Madison was going to win until this episode offered a spin on that perception — that it wasn’t worth doing these rankings. The two embark on the first one time date of the episode and have a grand ole time on a ship, where Peter
waits by a fishing pole a producer set up before a dumb enough fish bites on it catches a fish. Then at dinner, Madison talks about how her faith is not just important for her, but the most important thing in her life, and she won’t marry. Peter goes on to tell her that he in fact doesn’t feel the same, and his religion may be stronger. To make up for this, he tells her he’s falling in love with her (first L word of the season from him!) , and the two cast this obvious gap in idealism aside.
But wait: the trailer for next week’s episode reveals that not only is Madison a woman of deep faith, she is also currently saving herself for marriage. This is something she has yet to reveal to Peter, and it remains to be seen how this will jibe with the windmill sex-haver that is notorious. Fantasy suites are two weeks away. Will Peter be OK with the fact that they can not bone? Will Madison be okay with the fact that he will bone somebody else?
After all, Madison remains the clearest of front-runners until further notice. It’s fair to wonder, however, whether she’s the best option because she’s actually good for him or it just looks that way because there are no other decent options. I don’t know the answer and I’m not confident that Peter does, either. If this was a real sport, this would be the time trade all the women for draft picks to keep Madison and start over the season.
Kelsey gets the night’s third date, and the two ride ATVs up a mountain that seems to be at altitude. During a review, she expresses gratitude that Peter”kept looking back to check on me” while she was riding the ATV, and it’s a sad state of affairs how low the bar was at certain points.
At dinner, Kelsey opens up about her family life. When she was young her parents were divorced, until she won Miss Iowa years later and she did not speak to her father. She has carried on a relationship with her father, but her mother doesn’t know about it, which may result in a situation in hometowns.
In general, Kelsey was composed in #ChampagneGate, especially considering her role throughout this event. Who the hell doesn’t like chocolate chip cookies?
3. Hannah Ann
Hannah Ann is a Bachelor contestant that is good, although peter may be a Bachelor. All signs point to the fact that these two might not be the best match. Not only could their chemistry be best called”milquetoast,” that he is looking for a woman who is about to settle down, and she is a 23-year-old whose only stated ambition is to”model for as long as she can.” When she doesn’t get a one off, she seems to be on shaky ground.
But then, she comes through with a game changer, “The Bachelor” equivalent of a 50-yard touchdown pass from Patrick Mahomes: a handwritten note!
In the note, Hannah Ann lists all the reasons she’s beginning to fall for him, including platitudes such as:”you make time for me,””you make me feel like the only girl here,” and”you make me feel as though I don’t need to be perfect to please you.” In Peter’s lizard brain, this is her opening up and revealing him, which is the thing, never mind the fact he also said the main thing is that you know vulnerability, being prepared for marriage. I would have gotten engaged to the girl in my seventh grade English class, if writing handwritten notes is a indication that somebody is ready for marriage.
This reveals an extremely high level of awareness. She successfully identifies what Peter is currently looking for, and employs it with her back against the wall. At this time, it feels like she’ll be this year’s Hannah G., meaning she’ll come in second or third and eventually become the hottest commodity on”Bachelor in Paradise.”
4. Victoria F.
Is it worthwhile to discuss just how bad of a decision it was to keep around Victoria ? This woman is just the worst, even when you remove the fact that she modeled at a”White Lives Matter” shirt and there are rumors circling (via Reality Steve) that she has a habit of sleeping with married men. She is allergic to eye contact. She weaponizes her tears for fascination. She has no redeeming qualities other than the fact that Peter finds her hot.
We often underestimate say in who makes it to what 24, they have, and how much producers meddle in the series. It’s entirely possible that Peter does not have any interest in her, and just kept her around because the folks behind the scenes made it happen. But it’s not like she’s stirring up trouble in a fun fashion like Corinne or Demi. She’s just wack, particularly with her interactions with Peter. And — surprise, surprise — the trailer for next week’s episode reveals another meltdown. Please, Peter, I’m begging you — America is begging you! — please put us out of our misery.
Eliminated: The two most normal women on this show, Natasha and Kelley
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