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In Bentley’s (Beautiful) Shadow


On this week’s Bachelorette episode, Ashley finally gets to move on after Bentley and turns her attention to the other 12 guys who are seeking to win her affection. There’s only one problem – she (and the show) can’t seem to let him go. For Bentley fans, this does not come as a surprise. Just being in the same room with Bentley (even if he’s only there to break up with you) is worth at least two kayak rides, sage relationship advice form old-timers, and a pair of orange shorts. We just can’t stop hearing about Bentley, and for good reason, the show is a lot more fun with him than without him. Here are the recap statistics for this week’s episode. We counted the number of times Bentley’s name was mentioned as well as the number of times all the other contestants’ names were mentioned. As you can plainly see, Bentley continues to play a dominant role despite his departure.

In closing, we echo the sentiments of a clever Bachelorette critic who said:

“Yeah, I guess I miss Bentley the Douchebag [we do not condone this label] more than I thought, though not nearly as much as Ashley seems to.  But who can blame her really?  Without him, she’s left to select her husband out of a pack of do-gooders straight out of Sweet Valley High.  Next week’s episode and the return of Bentley can’t come soon enough!”

Those broad shoulders sure caste a big shadow…

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  1. bentley fan
    June 16, 2011 at 12:01 pm

    so true! best post yet 🙂

    • Me
      June 17, 2011 at 2:12 am

      The writer should do comedy!! Everytime I read these blogs, I almost wet myself laughing!!!

  2. andi
    June 17, 2011 at 3:48 am

    i visit this page daily! just love it..

    • June 17, 2011 at 7:37 pm

      Thanks Andi – this is why we get paid the big bucks. We love having you!

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