Reality TV

@dfollin (14826)
United States
February 16, 2010 9:42am CST
I have been watching "The Bachelor" and "The Bachelorette" for awhile.And when I saw "The Bachelorette" last season,the bachelor Jake was rejected.I really thought he was a handsome and nice man with morals and was glad that he became the bachelor this season.He appeared and still claims that he has good morals.The one woman,Tenley said that she had only slept with one man and that was her ex husband.Then last night Jake asked for her to spend the night with him.If he has such good morals as he claims then he would not of asked her that unless he had already decided that he was going to marry her. Why would any woman,with morals, sleep with a man knowing that he would have the opportunity and did sleep with two other woman during a three day period?And if he had morals then how could he do that? Would you be on that show where your face,name,hometown,relatives(including children),careers and current town to millions of people including stalkers,rapist and other forms of weirdos? It is unsafe for you,your family,friends,coworkers and neighbors. What do you think?
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@lelin1123 (15635)
• Puerto Rico
16 Feb 10
I don't believe all of the girls actually sleep with the guy in the fantasy suite. I believe however if you do and go all the way I wouldn't necessary except them to get a rose the next day. Thats just my thinking. As for the morals, I just can't see how Jake can kiss each and everyone of these girls and tell each one that he could see them being his wife. That is so crazy. As for going on the show I would never put myself out there like that. I could never be looking for romance with a guy with a bunch of other girls going for the same guy. Thats just plain stupidity I think. Plus I love my privacy to much and wouldn't want it to disappear due to a show like this.
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@dfollin (14826)
• United States
16 Feb 10
I know,I was saying after he says to Chris that he is 'falling in love'with each of them,that's impossible.Not all of them,but the last 3 sleep with him.If I were one of those women on there and he would ask me to spend the night with him I would have to tell him no and explain that moraly I could not do that knowing he had spent the night with someone else the night before and possibly the night before that or after me,depending on which one I was,one,two or three.
@ANTIQUELADY (36468)
• United States
16 Feb 10
I don't even watch all that reality mess much less want to be on it not that they would ask me to.
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@dfollin (14826)
• United States
16 Feb 10
The only reality shows that I watch are "The Bachelor/Bachelorette" and "Dancing With The Stars".I did watch that one that was in a jungle,I can't remember the name of it.I only watched it because Stephen Baldwin was in it.And also the one ,"Your Fired" because he was in it also.I might watch it again this coming up season because Sinbad is going to be in it.I really like him and he is our pastors brother-in-law.He performed at the teen new years eve event our church had.My daughter really liked him.
@Shar19 (8236)
• United States
16 Feb 10
I love watching "The Bachelor". I really think that Jake is a genuine person. As for Tenley I do like her and just because they spent the night in the fantasy suite doesn't necessarily mean they were "intimate" with each other. Only they know for sure what happened. No, I would never be on that show if I was single. I wouldn't want the whole world watching all of my business going on.
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@dfollin (14826)
• United States
16 Feb 10
I love watching that show.And I was so glad that Jake was the new bachelor.I think he got a raw deal when he was on "The Bachelorette".I was going by what Tenley said that she did not know if she was going to stay overnight because the only person she had slept with before was her ex husband.
@twoey68 (13651)
• United States
28 Feb 10
To be honest, I really don't like the reality shows. I think their mostly stupid and a waste of space on television. I recently watched a reality show called The Biggest Loser and another called Hell's Kitchen. In both of them the theme seemed to be to humiliate and degrade the contestants. From Chef Ramsey calling his contestants cows and swearing at them to the work out trainers calling their contestants names and purposely working them like dogs it was really terrible. I wouldn't go on any of those shows for all the money in the world. Their designed simply to get ratings and not to really help anyone so to me their a waste of time. [b]~~AT PEACE WITHIN~~ **STAND STRONG IN YOUR BELIEFS**[/b]
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@TAZNEM (656)
• Philippines
24 Feb 10
i think the same way, i mean having s_x before marriage is bad enough, then having multiple s_xual partners in a three day period is even worse character. and further more, he still has the face to say that he has morals, i think the world is gone twisted with this kind of logic=(
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• United States
16 Feb 10
First to address your morals question about spending the night in the fantsy suite, it has been stated on previous shows that just becuase they stay the night together does not mean they are "sleeping" together. I don't remember which bachelor it was but one stated that he a the girl had spent the whole night up talking about their views on different subjects. It is simply the dramatic effect we get from the closing of the door that we presume that they are doing more than having intellectual conversation. As far as personally ever wanting to go on a reality tv show, NO WAY. I would not subject my friends and family to that exposure. But I can understand why some people do it. There is good money to be made from these types of shows or in the case of the Bachelor, hopefully love (even though this hasn't worked out too well in the past).
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