"Bachelor" is setting poor standards for single parents
-Jennifer Lubell, BettyConfidential.com
I think we all can agree that The Bachelor is a very silly show.
The premise is demeaning enough: Take 25 otherwise beautiful and successful women, and reduce them to a bunch of catty, sniveling wrecks as they compete for the attention of one guy. Since its debut in 2002, the show's producer, ABC, has found numerous ways to humiliate these needy Stepford Wife hopefuls.
It's especially cringe-inducing when a bachelorette is wined and dined on a romantic one-on-one date, only to find out that after several hours of sheer bliss, the Bachelor is denying her a rose, and she's packing her bags to go home.
I wondered if ABC could stoop any lower this season, and low and behold they have, by bringing young children into the mix.
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