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'Bachelor Pad': Top 5 Awkward Moments in Episode 5

by Laura Prudom, posted Sep 6th 2011 2:15PM
Bachelor PadBlake has made so many inadvisable beds this season on 'Bachelor Pad,' it's kind of miraculous that he finally found one he didn't want to lie in -- but if there's one contestant who can't even make sexy lingerie sound appealing, it's Erica.

Tensions were high in the mansion this week, with Holly torn between Blake and Michael in a very real way, while Kasey and Vienna reached new depths of ickiness. I'm just amazed that Michelle has done a complete personality 180 since Brad's season, and has emerged as the lone voice of reason in the house; who'd have thunk it?

Read on for our top five awkward moments from the penultimate episode of 'Bachelor Pad' season 2.

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'Bachelor Pad' - Top 5 Awkward Moments in Episode 4

by Laura Prudom, posted Aug 30th 2011 6:30AM
Blake and Melissa - Bachelor PadHave you ever wanted to know what someone looks like when they're having a mental breakdown on national television? If so, you probably owe Melissa a muffin basket for sating your curiosity on this week's 'Bachelor Pad.'

The kooky blonde has been slowly unraveling for the past few weeks, but her cray-cray behavior (behay-hay?) finally reached its boiling point in the latest episode, after she had at least three very public meltdowns at/because of Blake.

As a result, I'm switching things up in this week's recap, and instead of choosing the top five most awkward moments, I'm going to come right out and name the top five most awkward people instead. (Okay, Melissa was so cringeworthy that I may have chosen her twice, so sue me.)

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'Bachelor Pad' - Top 5 Awkward Moments in Episode 3

by Laura Prudom, posted Aug 23rd 2011 10:32AM
Bachelor PadWeek three in the 'Bachelor Pad' house brought more tacky contests, more psychotic breaks and more completely baffling hook ups -- and we expected nothing less.

If you've ever wondered which bachelor has the biggest, uh ... "rose" to hand out, this week's episode definitively answered that question for you (SPOILER ALERT: apparently it's Jake). And if you've ever found yourself pondering who the most unstable person in the show's history is, this episode ... didn't definitively answer that question for you, but it gave you a hell of a lot of options to choose from (and shockingly, Michelle Money wasn't one of them).

From public displays of rejection to ill-advised singing, join us after the jump for our top five most awkward moments in episode three.

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What to Watch: TV Picks for June 13 - 19

by Stephanie Earp, posted Jun 13th 2011 2:30AM
Jon Benjamin Has a Van - Wednesday June 15, 10 PM ET/PT, Comedy Network/Comedy Central

New to the fake news genre is this series from comedian and voice actor Jon Benjamin. You might know his deadpan delivery from 'Bob's Burgers' or 'Home Movies' or reaching way back, as Dr. Katz's lethargic son Ben. Achieving new heights of meta, most episodes start out looking like a traditional news show, but slowly devolve into a whacked-out narrative. It's hard to explain, but it will definitely appeal to hardcore comedy nerds.

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The Most Memorable Suitors From 'The Bachelorette' Season 7 Premiere

by Lincee Ray, posted May 24th 2011 12:00PM
Hello readers! It's your favorite Bachelor blogger Lincee Ray of www.iHateGreenBeans.com.

It's good to be back on AOL TV this season providing informative Top 5 moments each week as Ashley vies for the affection of one mama's boy, a gaggle of fraternity brothers, three Josh Groban look-a-likes, one confused thespian and a handful of blonds with pretty teeth.

The Bachelorette is back!
I have one word that describes last night's episode ... special.

As always, I have taken great pride and tremendous effort to narrow down from 25 men to the top five guys that made a significant first impression, and I'd like to present them to you in playlist form.

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What to Watch: July 5 - July 11

by Stephanie Earp, posted Jul 5th 2010 2:00AM
The Bachelorette - Monday July 5, 8 pm ET/PT, Citytv/ABC

Ali whittles it down to four totally inappropriate guys and prepares to return to the States to meet their families. But the big news here is the episode is followed by an interview with recently-split 'Bachelor' couple Jake and Vienna, as they engage in a heated 'He said, she said' with eminently qualified couples counsellor Chris Harrison.

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May Sweeps Bring Summer TV Blues

by Stephanie Earp, posted May 5th 2010 11:16AM
Welcome to the month of May, which songs and poems tells us is primarily responsible for bringing forth darling buds and spring flowers.

Not a single epigram or aphorism mentions May Sweeps, when May pulls the curtain on the TV season that was, bringing many good things -- and plenty of crap things -- to an end.

Over the next 30 days or so, over 60 shows will say goodbye and leave the airwaves for an extended summer vacation, while others are saying a permanent goodbye. Once they go, TV will leave us with nothing but a smattering of viewing options. Faced with such a dearth -- especially once the hockey post-season is over -- my upstairs neighbors usually cancel their satellite subscription for the summer. Ay yai yai! This is crazy talk! I happen to share that satellite subscription with them and I now have to convince them that it's worth continuing to split the bill for the delight of a few summer series.

But look at what I have to work with:

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Why Is 'The Bachelor' So White?

by Scott Harris, posted Jan 4th 2010 1:30PM
The 14th season of ABC's popular reality dating show 'The Bachelor' airs tonight, and fans will be seeing some familiar faces -- white faces, that is.

Jake Pavelka, who previously appeared as a rejected suitor on the show's sister series 'The Bachelorette,' will be starring as the man in command this year, vying for the affection of 25 attractive women. But while the network's strategy of bringing back popular contestants form one series to star in the next has proven successful in the past -- the first season finale of 'The Bachelorette' snagged over 30 million viewers -- it has also helped contribute to the impression that the series is uninterested in courting minority viewers.

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Ex-Bachelor finds love ... not on network TV

by Kristin Sample, posted Jul 7th 2008 3:02PM
Andrew Firestone and his brideThis weekend Andrew Firestone, former star of The Bachelor, wed model Ivana Bozilovic. The two exchanged vows at St. Mark's in the Valley Episcopal Church in Santa Barbara, California where his family's vineyard is. The wedding festivities took place over three days with family and friends enjoying a Western-style barbeque and an al fresco rehearsal dinner. Firestone, grandson of Harvey Firestone of Firestone Tire and Rubber, Co., got engaged to Bozilovic back in September.

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TV Squad Daily with Brigitte - VIDEO

by Brigitte Dale, posted Jul 30th 2007 5:28PM
Hey, Brigitte here with TV Squad Daily. I'll be covering the TV stories I find interesting each day, Monday through Friday, in this video blog.

Today on TV Squad Daily:
The video's embedded below, or you can subscribe to this podcast via our feed. Plus, you can also download the file directly.

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