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'The Bachelor': Molly and Jason's Wedding Recap

by Nicholas White, posted Mar 8th 2010 10:00PM
Jason Mesnick and Molly MalaneyMost memorable wedding ceremony ever? After 14 seasons, a 'Bachelor' finally got married to a woman he met on the show. Jason Mesnick of 'The Bachelor 13' wed Molly Malaney on a special wedding edition of the dating reality series.

In front of 300 guests -- including Mesnick's young son, Ty, as well as former 'Bachelors' and 'Bachelorettes' -- Mesnick, 33, and Malaney, 25, married Feb. 27 in Rancho Palos Verdes, Calif. The outdoor ceremony was threatened by rain and a tsunami warning (a result of the devastating earthquake that struck Chile that morning).

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'Bachelor' Jason Mesnick Explains Why He Chose Molly (VIDEO)

by Donald Deane, posted Mar 8th 2010 2:30PM
Jason Mesnick, who proposed to Melissa Rycroft at the end of 'The Bachelor,' only to famously change his mind during a reunion show for contestant Molly Malaney, said on 'Live With Regis and Kelly' (weekdays, syndicated) that he decided to do so after show producers told him Malaney was about to become the next 'Bachelorette.'

"I don't know if everybody knows that Molly was selected to be 'The Bachelorette,' and they told me, 'If you ever want to talk to her, tonight's the night you have to do it,'" Mesnick said. "They said, 'She's going to go on to 25 other guys, or you ask her tonight.'"

Watch the video after the jump.

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'The Bachelor' Experiment

by Stephanie Earp, posted Feb 9th 2010 10:00AM

I have a terrible confession to make. I've been watching 'The Bachelor' this season.

I know, I know. Almost every week in this column, I bemoan the fact that there's very little that's good on TV. I beat up on shows like 'Lost' and 'Californication' and then spend my Monday nights watching what is surely one of the most atrocious things on the air. I don't know what excuse I can offer, except to tell you that 'The Bachelor' is a fascinating piece of theatre, and I think it does tell us something about human nature.

I liken it to the famous Stanford Prison Experiment, performed in 1971. That project put college students into two roles: prisoner and guard. The guards were not allowed to physically hurt the prisoners, but were given pretty much free reign to do whatever else they could think of to make the prisoner uncomfortable. The experiment, which was supposed to last two weeks, was cut short after six days, because the students adapted to their roles too well. While the findings of the study are still considered controversial, they are frightening. We like to think only evil people can torture others - the Stanford Prison Experiment seemed to prove anyone could.

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ABC to Air 'Jason and Molly's Wedding'

by Andrew Scott, posted Jan 27th 2010 10:49PM
The Bachelor: Jason and Molly's WeddingControversial 'Bachelor' couple Jason Mesnick and Molly Malaney are out to prove everyone wrong -- and they're going to do it on TV.

The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed that the soon-to-be-Mesnicks will star in their very own wedding special, aptly titled 'The Bachelor: Jason and Molly's Wedding.' The two-hour event, airing Mar. 8, will follow the couple before, during and after the ceremony, and will invite former 'Bachelor' and 'Bachelorette' contestants to participate in this special prime time event.

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TV Moment of 2009: 'The Bachelor' Jason Mesnick Dumps Melissa Rycroft

by Ji Hyun Lee, posted Dec 10th 2009 9:00AM
'The Bachelor' Jason Meznick Dumps Fiancée Melissa on Live Television, after the rose, molly malaneyThirteen is an unlucky number for Jason Mesnick: His appearance on season 13 of 'The Bachelor' changed him overnight from a prince to a frog.

The show saw bachelor Jason tell both finalists -- Molly Malaney and Melissa Rycroft -- that he was in love with the other. Each women was rejected for the other in a span of six short weeks.

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'Bachelor' and 'Bachelorette' Couples: Who's Still Together?

by Ji Hyun Lee, posted Dec 3rd 2009 3:25PM
Reality Show Couples: Who's Still Going Strong? jason meznick, molly malaney, the bachelor, the bacheloretteHave reality dating shows forgotten their mission?

Couples have been entering and exiting the revolving doors of 'The Bachelor' and 'The Bachelorette' asking, "what's love got to do with it?" Not much apparently, because 15 out of 18 couples have broken up after the show wrapped.

According to US Magazine, the latest couple to call it quits is season 6 bachelor Byron Velvick and his fiancée, Mary Delgado. The pair had a dreamy on-camera courtship but off-camera their five-year relationship was tumultuous: Delgado was arrested in 2007 for assaulting Velvick after a 'Bachelor' reunion show. So if these casualties of television induced romances are any indication, on-camera dating is no way to find true love.

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Jason Mesnick, Molly Malaney Engaged

by Andrew Scott, posted Oct 21st 2009 1:34PM
Jason Mesnick Molly MalaneyInfamous 'Bachelor' couple Jason Mesnick and Molly Malaney are engaged, PEOPLE reports.

Mesnick reportedly popped the question last night in New Zealand, site of his original 'Bachelor' proposal, to which Malaney "giddily accepted."

Mesnick and Malaney met on season 13 of the hit ABC dating series, in which Malaney finished second to winner Melissa Rycroft. Rycroft was later dumped by Mesnick on the 'After the Rose' special, only to find out that he still had feelings for Malaney.

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