The Best Damn Bachelor in Paradise Recap | Week 2, Part 111:04 AM
We open on Chad's Hulk rage, as he tells Chris Harrison to F off, and says he's going to Tijuana. He also lets slip that he will, now, never be able to be the Bachelor.
Possibly my favorite Nick line of all-time: Just in fairness alone, I would like to get to know Leah from a sexual chemistry standpoint.
So, Nick & Leah go on a date and she is practically asking him to rape her in the streets.
Nick: Thanks for asking me on this date.
Leah: Thanks for coming.
I'm burning with passion, guys.
She gets jealy when Amanda when takes him out and makes out with him. Relax. It's just a giant orgy - paradise is not where you find your soulmate.
Oh, Evan. Evan, Evan. He has, obviously, roofied Carly's drink because she somehow wants him.
So, they finally kiss because Carly makes the man move.
Evan's monologue screams: Am I convincing you I'm straight yet?
And Carly: My uncle kisses better than Evan.
What people didn’t know was after two shows, I had become a twenty-seven-year-old woman who walked on eggshells in her own home. What they didn’t know is I was trapped with someone who, in my opinion, often behaved like an emotional abuser. Yes, I said it, and I’m not taking it back. He was good-looking, with an electric smile and the ability to charm anyone, and his affection in public made people believe that he was a loving partner, but by the end of our relationship, it was just a mask covering the control he exerted in private. He had an uncanny way of manipulating situations and conversations to make me feel like the worst person in the world. In his own words, I was not only selfish and unappreciative, but the “most miserable person he’d ever met.” If we didn’t get invited to a red-carpet event, he’d say it was “because of my actions with Number Twenty-Five [Nick Viall].” If I talked to another man, I was a “whore.” If I disagreed, I was “argumentative.” If I defied him, I was a “bitch.”
Amanda: So, you were engaged...