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I didn't watch Jake's season much so I wasn't sure what to expect. Jillian and Trista remain my favorite bachelorettes.Ali is 3rd and Molly (while not a bachelorette = 4th).Arguably the franchise’s most self-absorbed Bachelorette, the spastic Ali spent the season in too many yellow outfits, alternately laughing at her own jokes and crying over every perceived slight.
is the newest man who will be looking for love on "The Bachelor." He was the runner up on "The Bachelorette" season 8 in 2012. Here's a look back at some of the "Bachelor" and "Bachelorette" couples: Alex Michel and Amanda Marsh from season 1 dated almost a year before breaking up. And the final couple is supposed to get engaged at the end of the season after dating for only six weeks? But foolish they were and they did sign up in droves, producing 14 seasons of the hit series and six of its spin-off, .Thankfully, after 20 collective seasons, the franchise and its assorted dramas are showing no signs of slowing down.The season also proved Bachelor reject Jillian was a Bachelorette we could get behind: articulate, warm, low-maintenance and less likely to cry over every little manufactured drama.She was also a forgiving soul — perhaps too forgiving of winner Ed, who had “bedroom troubles” during the fantasy suite night and reportedly cheated on her after he proposed in the finale. Memorable Moment: Booted contestant Wes Hayden’s limo interview where he released his inner scumbag and admitted to having a girlfriend back home and going on the show only to publicize his music career.
Predictably, he chose the uber-American spawn of Lorenzo Lamas, whose ditziness charmed only him while leaving audiences annoyed. The contestants were more uninspired than usual, the dates cheesier than usual and the Bachelor was a charmless dweeb who was more interested in getting laid than married.