Archive for the 'Movie/TV Relationships' Category

The bachelor’s problem? Arlington, Iowa

Tuesday, February 17th, 2015

Chris Soules is ABC’s present Bachelor in its reality series by the same name—and for an attractive and successful guy, he has certainly had problems finding a woman he can settle down with. This past week, I think The Bachelor audience got a good glimpse into the problem—Arlington, Iowa, population 427. The “town” is easy […]

The Bachelor—More drama than reality?

Wednesday, February 4th, 2015

If you follow the reality dating show, The bachelor, you will vividly remember how the last episode ended–with Kelsey hyperventilating on the floor. A paramedic was quickly on site and giving her oxygen and her crisis seemed more emotional than physical, most likely a panic attack. This followed closely on the heels of her abruptly […]

Showtime’s unique treatment of “The Affair”

Saturday, October 11th, 2014

Tomorrow is the start of a new drama on Showtime titled “The Affair”. Before you start yawning and thinking, “next,” this version of an old story promises to be different. It’s set in The Hamptons—and if you are one of the few who don’t know where this is, it’s a well-known playground out on Long […]

Andi loves Josh and vice versa

Tuesday, July 29th, 2014

If you are a regular or even an occasional watcher of the Bachelor/Bachelorette series—you are probable fairly savvy about how things usually go during the show and how few truly happy endings there are not too long after the cameras stop rolling and the couples return to reality.
Let’s face it—the dates are over-the-top, a lot […]

50 Shades fever

Friday, July 25th, 2014

Here we go again. First it was the book that came out of nowhere and became the “mommy-porn” of the decade. Women of all shapes, sizes, ages, and backgrounds were talking about it. Men were giving it to the women in their lives in hopes it would spice things up in the bedroom. Finally, everyone […]

What is it about the movie HER?

Thursday, May 8th, 2014

It sounds completely implausible- a man falling in love with the (software) voice of his computer. Yet the movie released in 2013 that portrays such a relationship continues to be on the most popular list. Maybe in part because it is actually believable, moving and even romantic. The main character, Theodore, has withdrawn from the […]

In defense of Juan Pablo

Thursday, March 13th, 2014

According to Chris Harrison of the reality show The Bachelor- the season that just ended was “easily the most polarizing season we’ve ever had.” Apparently Chris felt that right from the beginning “something just didn’t feel right and didn’t fit.” Of course, that something was Juan Pablo, the sexy former pro soccer player and single […]

The Bachelor and Sharlene’s missing chemistry

Saturday, February 22nd, 2014

Juan Pablo is a sexy guy. This is the consensus of fans, the current crop of Bachelorettes and women in general. He’s physically attractive, emotional and passionate and his “suitorettes’ all say he’s a great kisser. He’s every woman’s dream, right? No, apparently not every woman.
Sharlene left the show last week after much anguish over […]

Reality Dating Shows from Hell

Tuesday, April 16th, 2013

Are you bored with reality dating shows yet? Have The Bachelor and The Bachelorette become so predictable that you are itching for something that is more outside the box, edgy, and unpredictable? Dating in the Dark, More to Love, Take Me Out, and The Cougar just didn’t have the spice you were hoping for? […]

Bachelor Nation

Wednesday, March 6th, 2013

It’s been reported that The Bachelor reality dating show is having a resurgence. Apparently viewers are tuning back in and there are many “Bachelor” viewing parties in which groups of women (and men too) watch together and critique the show, cast, story line and most importantly, the choices made at each rose ceremony.
Of course, […]