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It is created and produced by Mike Fleiss and directed by Ken Fuchs. The After The Final Rose and other reunion specials are produced at Victory Studios in Glendale, California .  The series revolves around a single former bachelor (deemed eligible) who starts with a pool of romantic interests (typically 25) from whom the bachelor is expected to select a wife or husband. During the course of the season, the bachelor eliminates candidates (see The elimination process ), with the bachelor typically proposing marriage to his final selection. The participants travel to romantic and exotic locations for their adventures, and the conflicts in the series, both internal and external, stem from the elimination-style format of the show. The above description is a general guideline. In practice, the show does not always follow its designed structure, and those variations are often a source of drama and conflict. A candidate who was eliminated returns to the show to plead her case to the bachelor. A bachelor distributes more roses or fewer roses than planned. A bachelor eliminates a woman outside of the normal elimination process. For example, the bachelor may eliminate both women in a two-on-one date. The bachelor chooses to pursue a relationship with his final selection rather than propose marriage. Season six was the first and only season to feature a twist in casting. Since producers could not decide between Byron Velvick and Jay Overbye as the next Bachelor, the 25 women at the time participating had to decide which bachelor would make the best husband. In the end of first episode, Velvick was chosen. Three notable cases where the bachelor violated the premise of the show are Brad Womack , who selected neither of his final two women; Jason Mesnick , who in the After the Final Rose episode broke off his engagement and several months later proposed (off-screen) to the first runner-up (the two are now married); and Arie Luyendyk Jr. , who also broke off his engagement and during the After the Final Rose he subsequently proposed to the first runner-up. For the first two weeks of filming, the contestants stay in "Villa De La Vina," a 7,590-square-foot (705 m2), six-bedroom, nine-bath home in Agoura Hills, California .  The custom home, built in 2005, is located on 10 acres at 2351 Kanan Road. As of October 10, 2008, the home was listed for sale at a price of US$8.75 million.  The final third of the episodes within a season are filmed traveling the world. Episodes have been filmed throughout the United States, Canada, England, New Zealand, Vietnam, Thailand, and Korea to name just a few. The Agoura Hills, California mansion has not been used on several occasions, including during season 7- where filming took place in New York City, home of Charlie O`Connell ; Paris, France and North Carolina  for season 8; and Rome, Italy- where Lorenzo Borghese , who is half Italian, lived- for season 9. On each Bachelor episode, the bachelor interacts with the women and presents a rose to each woman he wishes to remain on the show. Those who do not receive a rose are eliminated. Eliminations are based upon the bachelor`s personal feelings about each contestant, guided primarily by the impression made by each woman during dates or other events of the week. Most roses are presented at a rose ceremony at the end of each episode, but roses can also be bestowed on dates. Typical activities include A group date , in which the bachelor and a group of women participate in an activity. Sometimes the activity takes the form of a competition, the winner or winners spending more time with the bachelor. The bachelor typically presents a rose to the woman who makes the best impression during the group date. A one-on-one date, in which the bachelor and one woman go on a date. Except in the late stages of the season, there is a rose at stake: At the end of the date, the bachelor must decide whether to present the woman a rose. If the woman does not receive a rose, she is eliminated immediately. A two-on-one date, in which the bachelor and two women go on a date. At the end of the date, the bachelor must decide which woman receives a rose. The woman who does not receive a rose is eliminated immediately. If a rose is at stake on a date, the participating women pack their suitcases in case they fail to receive a rose. The other women learn that a woman has been eliminated when that woman`s suitcase is taken away by a crew member. Except in the late stages of the season, the episode concludes with a cocktail party , to which the bachelor and all women not yet eliminated are invited. At the first cocktail party of the season, the bachelor presents a "first impression rose"; roses are typically not presented at any other cocktail parties. Every episode concludes with a rose ceremony which has its own conventions. The women who have not been eliminated stand in rows at one end of the room, and the bachelor faces them. The bachelor has a tray with roses. The bachelor takes a rose and calls a woman by name. The woman steps forward, and the bachelor asks, "Will you accept this rose?" The woman accepts, takes the rose, and returns to her original position. When there is one rose remaining, host Chris Harrison says, "Ladies, this is the final rose tonight," then tells the bachelor, "When you`re ready." After all roses are distributed, host Chris Harrison tells the women who did not receive a rose to "take a moment and say your good-byes." The final episodes of each season traditionally follow this pattern: The bachelor visits the home towns and families of each of the four remaining women. At the rose ceremony, one woman is eliminated, leaving three. The bachelor and the three remaining women travel to an exotic location for a series of one-on-one dates. At the conclusion of each date, the bachelor offers the woman the keys to the fantasy suite which allows the two to spend the night together without cameras present. At the rose ceremony, one woman is eliminated, leaving two. In a "The Women Tell All" episode, the women who had been eliminated from the show participate in a talk show where they discuss their thoughts and experiences. The two remaining women separately meet with the bachelor`s family. At the end of the episode, the bachelor proposes to one of the women by presenting the "final rose". In an "After the Final Rose" episode which immediately follows, the bachelor, the finalist, and the runner-up participate in a talk show. The identity of the next season`s bachelor or bachelorette is often announced at the end of the episode. A woman may withdraw from the competition at any time if she finds herself no longer interested in the bachelor. On rare occasions, a woman is removed from the show for breaking one of the rules. The bachelor has wide discretion in choosing how many and when to present the roses. For example, Sean Lowe presented several roses at his initial cocktail party. It is common to accuse a contestant of not being on the show "for the right reasons", meaning that her aim is not to establish a relationship with the bachelor, but rather to garner publicity for her own career, induce jealousy in an ex-boyfriend, become selected as the next Bachelorette , or simply to get a free trip to exotic locations.
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EXCLUSIVE - Painting the town red-dit: Serena Williams` fiance Alexis Ohanian puffs on a funny cigarette during bachelor party while sister Venus walks through wedding site before the big day Ohanian also got a manicure on Tuesday, two days before he is set to wed the tennis superstar and certified nail technician Serena Williams
1/30/2018 11:20 AM ET | Filed under: TV News • Love Line • Reality TV • The Bachelor/ette On last night`s episode of The Krystal Show, er, The Bachelor … Arie Luyendyk Jr. certainly has his hands full this season with a particular contestant who is equal parts annoying and good TV. The group traveled to Fort Lauderdale, FL this week, where the former race car driver took a group date… bowling. How romantic. After splitting the ladies into two groups to compete for the chance to go to the after party with Arie, all of the contestants` competitive sides definitely came out. And even though the blue team won by a large margin, Arie ultimately decided to let the pink team stay for the rest of the date so that he could spend more time with each woman. Krystal — who was on the winning team, of course — was FURIOUS (read: FURIOUS) that Arie "changed his mind" and she dubbed him a "liar" and someone she couldn`t trust. Because of a bowling game. She threw a full-on temper tantrum back at the hotel while the rest of the ladies prepared for the night out and stared at her in shock. Krystal insisted she wouldn`t be going on the rest of the date, as if to teach Arie some sort of twisted lesson. The rest of the women fill Arie in on why Krystal is absent, and he goes up to her room to address the situation. He maturely handles the conversation (without her making much sense at all) and heads back down to the party as to not take time away from the sane ladies waiting for him downstairs. Krystal gets dolled up for a quick appearance at the party, but she`s banished to her room by the other women before Arie even sees her. Bye Felicia. Lauren B. got the group date rose after her game of 21 questions with Arie, which honestly was pretty boring. At the top of the episode, Arie took single-mom Chelsea out on a yacht before they went to dinner and danced to a band no one`s ever heard of. Classic. He ended up giving Chelsea the rose after she opened up about being left by her husband when her child was six months old. Her ex is now married to the woman he left her for and they have a child of their own. Tough break. Related: Sarah Hyland & Wells Adams` Relationship Started In A Super Modern Way! The last one-on-one went to Tia, who is a country girl from Arkansas so obviously producers set her date in the Everglades. The two rode around on a small boat looking for alligators before eating fried frog legs. Tia actually seems super sweet and great — and she`s obviously falling for Arie as she told him about 18 times. We wonder if it`s mutual. Regardless, she got a rose. At the end of the episode, Arie sent home Maquel (who made a quick return following her grandfather`s funeral), Ashley, and Marikh — which means another week of Krystal. FML.
©2018 Mental Floss, Inc. All rights reserved. Mental Floss® is a registered trademark owned by Felix Dennis. mentalfloss.com is a trademark owned by Felix Dennis. Mental Floss store and save 15% on your first order? Let`s try your email address again! ©2018 Mental Floss, Inc. All rights reserved. Mental Floss® is a registered trademark owned by Felix Dennis. mentalfloss.com is a trademark owned by Felix Dennis. We’ve covered a variety of aspects of geeky wedding planning, from cake toppers to dresses to rings , so now it’s time to look at some geek bachelor and bachelorette party ideas. This time we won’t be focusing on what other brides- and grooms-to-be have actually done because let’s face it: what happens at a bachelor party stays at a bachelor party—even if it`s a nerdy one. While most of these ideas are Safe For Work, there is a sexy Pinocchio further down, so if you don`t want to be caught reading that at the office, you might want to save this article for when you`re at home. Some party plans work for both sexes, even if you want to keep the bride`s and groom`s parties separate. Who doesn`t love a scavenger hunt? The great thing about this game is that it can be as raunchy or as modest as suits the bride or groom—so your list of tasks can include anything from kissing a stranger and getting someone to give you their underwear to getting a stranger to buy you a drink and rubbing the name off of a tombstone. You also have the opportunity to document everything with pictures, both for task verification and for the memories. Be warned: This option is only good for those with thick skin. But if the soon-to-be bride or groom has a good sense of humor and doesn’t mind being the butt of everyone’s jokes, roasting them can lead to some unforgettable and touching memories. Make sure everyone writes their jokes far ahead of time, as the guests aren’t comedians and you want to ensure everything is funny—not pointlessly mean or plain old boring. And of course, make sure everyone has plenty of booze in hand, just like they would at a real Friars Club roast. If the party vibe you`re going for is just slightly scandalous, have a bad erotica reading night. While you can always read your friends selected sections from some of the Worst Sex Writing of the Year champions, if you really want to geek things up, have everyone find some bad erotic fan fiction online instead. You’ll certainly get a great laugh out of it together. Here are a few ideas best suited to satisfy male urges. Instead of a strip club, take the bachelor to a nerdy burlesque act. These shows take on fun subjects such as great sci-fi classics like Star Trek, childhood favorites like The Muppets and cult classics like Quentin Tarantino films. For those that have always wanted to see the sexy side of Harvey Dent, Jabba the Hutt, or Pikachu, there’s no better option than one of these specialty shows. Enroll in a medieval swordplay class or other form of Western martial arts education. Learn to joust, fence and otherwise battle in the classic medieval fashion. Then just imagine the bride’s surprise when the groom sweeps her off her feet with all of his new historical battle skills. There’s no more chivalrous bachelor party option than this! These ideas are mostly for groups of gal pals, but some dudes still might enjoy tagging along. Has the gal getting married always wanted to run away and join the circus? Give her a taste of flying with a trapeze class. Many major cities have at least one acrobat school; the classes are performed with all kinds of safety equipment, so even those who aren’t very coordinated or who have too little upper arm strength to stay on the bars will still have fun falling into a cushy net. Classes run around $60 per person, which is cheaper than many bachelorette parties that take place at a club. It should be noted that most schools have a weight limit, so keep that in mind when planning. The great thing about geek fashion is that DIY is considered infinitely cooler than designer labels. To that end, get a group of your gal pals together and design your own shoes with geeky decorations of your choice—like the Rebel insignia from Star Wars, pages from your favorite comic books, or the emblem of your favorite house in Game of Thrones. The possibilities are endless—and if you need a little idea of how much fun this can be and how great the shoes can turn out, then don’t miss this post on Geek Femme , which is where I got the image above. If the bride isn’t the type who enjoys excessive alcohol consumption and strippers, then kick it old school—like, fifth grade old school. Grab some sleeping bags and a few air mattresses and enjoy a classic sleepover complete with pillow fights, pizza, popcorn, truth or dare, cheesy movies and, if you can find them, lame board games like Mystery Date and Mall Madness. Of course, you can always add in a few adult touches like booze and classic bachelorette party games. These days it’s becoming more and more common for couples to throw their stag and hen parties together. This decision really makes sense when you’re both doing something super geeky instead of something sexy. Find out if your local theaters have any good classic movies playing as part of their midnight movies selection, and then dress to impress for that era. Eat a themed dinner at home, talk in time-appropriate lingo, and then go out to the movies. For example, if they’re playing Back to the Future, wear terrible 80s clothes, enjoy Pepsi and Pizza Hut, and be sure to say “heavy” a lot. On the other hand, if they’re playing the 1959 classic House on Haunted Hill, don your best late-50s ensemble, enjoy a potluck filled with casseroles, and call each other “baby” and “daddy-o.” And if none of your local theaters play classics like these, you can always enjoy a big viewing party at home as well. Have a fondue party or go to a cooking class. While this can be a lot of fun for a party consisting of only one gender, it can be a great romantic treat for the bride and groom, who can learn about great dishes they can cook together. If you want to help the bride and groom save some money, you can even take a baking class scheduled the night before the wedding and make cupcakes for the reception. Simulated zombie attack experiences are becoming more and more common these days, and what better way to test the bride and groom’s dedication to one another than have them compete in a zombie survival situation? If you really want to give them a challenge and some harassment, make them each compete with a ball and chain. If your group of friends is into video games, then borrow as many consoles, PCs, TVs, and power splitters as you can and have an epic gaming night. If your buddies are into competition, then make it a championship event complete with prizes. Alternatively, if you’re into old school RPGs, get everyone together for a major gaming session build around the bride and groom’s favorite game. Even those that think things like Dungeons and Dragons are lame will still go along with it for the sake of the wedding celebration and who knows, they might even enjoy it and join your regular gaming night. Set up a trivia show based around the bride and groom and have their friends guess the answers. You can help everyone learn more about the couple by sharing some of their odd quirks, strange fears, and hilarious stories about their past. Of course, this only works if the people planning the party actually know the bride and the groom really well, but since this role is historically filled by the maid of honor and the best man, hopefully this shouldn’t be a problem. Got any other ideas for geeky bachelor/bachelorette parties or tips on what not to do? Or have you attended a nerdtastic hen or stag party? Tell us about it!
`We were cooking bacon with the door open. The next thing you know, there’s this dog sitting right at the front door. `She wouldn’t come inside but she sat right there. `After we gave her a bunch of food and water she started producing milk again. So we figured if she’s making milk, her pups can’t be that old,` he said. She led them to her litter in the woods and the men took them in, caring for them in their cabin and dedicating their beer fund to dog food The eight men divided the puppies and their mother up between them to take back to Michigan. One of them, Trevor Jennings, is seen holding his new pet, right. Jake Rowe with his dog, Knox Mitchel Craddock, the groom, named his puppy Brimmie, left. Right, Alex Manchester poses with his dog, Rosie Dexter Jennings poses with his dog, Gunner, and right, Brent Witters with Finn The group of eight men followed her into the woodland to a patch in the ground she was closely guarding, he said. There, they found her seven puppies in a hole. Their beer fund was put towards dog food by the end of the trip, Craddock added. Now all of the dogs live with the men in a five-mile radius. Craddock married his wife Kristen on October 8th. The pair already had one dog
(We also have to talk about Dean, ugh. Dean, Dean, Dean.) After two summers ~in~ Paradise (experiencing all the highs, lows, dates, roses, and shoreline cryfests that come with the show), Bachelor vet Ashley Iaconetti sat this summer`s season out. But that doesn`t mean she won`t be watching along, and offering her `been there, done that` insight! Here, she recaps the moments that matter from the fourth, oft-controversial, BiP season for Cosmopolitan.com. Look, I`ve found Dean`s behavior relatively defensible up until this point last week`s recap , but I can’t defend Dean anymore. And I don’t think he’d want me to either. It’s one thing to be `confused` and to be trying to get to know two girls in Paradise, but it’s quite another to give a girl a rose and sleep with her and then make out with another girl a matter of 12 hours later…in front of the first girl`s face! Let me say that again: Dean had sex with Kristina and then made out with Danielle in her presence hours later. Even if the smooching was in private, it would still be a skeezy move! What`s funny about all of this is that if he were the Bachelor he`d be kissing multiple girls during a cocktail party and/or possibly sleeping with three girls in three filming days and no one would blink an eye. I guess it`s just a different world as far as Paradise does. And the cast goes into the process aware that that`s how it goes. It’s obvious that Dean is highly physically attracted to Danielle, but knows that he has the emotional and mental connection to Kristina. He’s just trying to stall making a decision between the two. I like to think of Paradise as being at least a little bit classier than a frat house, and I especially like to think of my dear friend Dean as better than this behavior. I know we all do things we regret and I know he regrets this — it sucks to have it documented and broadcasted to millions. But that being said, it doesn’t excuse the fact that Dean was being completely insensitive to Kristina’s feelings during that pool scene. Of course, after so many conversations between Kristina and Dean about his need for her to be patient, you’d think Kristina would just dump his ass. But let’s be real. While that what we want to see from our reality TV heroines, this is reality, and most of us cannot let go that easily. Your mind wants to give up, but your heart won’t let you. Another big douchebro moment this week came from John Krasinksi lookalike Derek. I promise, once you`ve seen it, you can`t unsee it! Now, he and Taylor are the only people in Paradise in a "committed relationship," and they’re usually cute and all, but can we talk about that “fuck you” comment? I was disturbed to my soul by this moment. First off, never curse at a girl; secondly, never curse at a girl with such... darkness in the delivery? This wasn`t an in-the-moment cussword thrown down in the middle of a passionate, blow out fight. Taylor and Derek were having a calm discussion about how they’ve had very little alone time, they were naturally getting on each other’s nerves a little, and I guess Derek felt like she was being condescending or belittling in her explanation? (Taylor can get like that, but still.) This was not OK! To make matters worse, when Taylor explained later how deep those words cut her because of her history in verbally abusive relationships, he didn’t seem too apologetic. He wasn’t being receptive. He was cold. I really don’t know how Taylor got to the point of accepting his rose a day or so later. If he handles mild confrontation like that, run away. As promised, we also need to talk about Christen, aka "scallop fingers." You may remember Christen as the chirpy sweet girl who tattled on Liz (you know, that messy `they hooked up before the show!` storyline) during Nick Viall`s season. To me, she`s comes across very differently in Paradise than she did on Nick’s season. Between then and Paradise, she gained the nickname "scallop fingers" because, well, let Alexis explain: If we’re basing relationships off nicknames, then she and Jonathan the Tickler make sense; Christen seems mostly interested in him because he’s a doctor. But she`s also made a play for Jack Stone, and Matt. Guys, can we just talk about how slim the man pickings are this season? Jack Stone has kissed multiple women and Matt, one of the blandest people I’ve ever seen on this show, is being fought over! Jasmine, you see, has no time for another woman staking a claim on Matt. Her anger over him and Christen going on a date is borderline comical — she did say she was going to give ABC good TV. (I love how she broke the fourth wall there.) On their return, she wastes no time in letting Matt know what he`s been missing, wrapping her legs around Matt and kissed him with gusto! That`s a confident, self assured woman there! A tiny bit obnoxious, sure, but really thank goodness for her dramatics, because they`re are needed to spice up this season. Does Jasmine even like Matt or does she just want roses and to keep a guy`s interest? Well, we don`t really get to find out because Matt leaves Paradise — he apparently doesn’t like either of the girls fighting over him enough to deal with the drama. What a flop! He still gives out a rose though... because sure, why not!? I would be tearless if I was on this season; there’s no one worthy of crying over. (But, Dean’s eyes though…) Alexis, someone I think Bachelor Nation wanted to see a lot more of coming of Nick’s season, couldn’t even fake interest in these guys in order for more screen time and props to her. Props also to Corinne, who finally got to sit down with Chris Harrison and explain her side of the controversy — I think she came across very well. She was clear that she never intended on putting DeMario in a bad light, and that she never accused or blamed him for any wrong-doing. And in particular, she said that she felt a “victim” of the media hysteria surrounding the story as it broke, not of the alleged sexual assault that, you know, was the story (until it wasn`t). Much of this interview had either been leaked or released in previews like that she explained she had "blacked out" during her encounter with DeMario in the pool because she had been drinking while taking a drug she was recently prescribed — and that she didn`t know that mixing the two was so risky. To provide some context on how the show deals with this, I`ll say this: I’m on a prescription that isn’t recommended to be mixed with alcohol and I can tell you I was always told multiple times prior to the show not to drink. Did I? Yes, but I like to think I know my limits, have been on this stuff for years, and have never been a partier. Chris Harrison, meanwhile, made sure to mention that she seemed like “normal Corinne” to those watching (i.e. wild and uncensored, but mostly conscious of her choices and, at least, lucid in the moment). Moving forward, Corinne says she’s very thankful for all the support she received from the show, and has no ill will towards anyone. I hope that, now that all sides have spoken, this scandal can die along with all the old Taylor Swifts.