Dave and Natalie emerged as the final two contestants on the season finale of "Bachelor Pad." This would be great for both of them, except that there is (theoretically) only one winner. However, this statement, which the contestants believed throughout the game, turned out to be a trick.
As a final challenge, Dave and Natalie were separated. Each was brought to a separate room. In each room was a sign with an option. One side says 'share,' and the other says 'keep.' If both people say share, they can share the winnings. If one says keep and one says share, the one who says keep takes all of the money. If both say keep, the money gets split among Dave and Natalie's former housemates. (This reminds me of the GSN game show hosted by Kennedy, Friend or Foe. Remember that?)
In the end,
Dave chose Share.
Natalie chose Share.
They decided to share. YEA!!! Friendship is a wonderful thing!
Dating the Dark
On "Dating in the Dark," we met a contestant named Kayla. Kayla (who we learn is turned on by deodorant) is one of the few contestants that will truly benefit from the dating in the dark experience. She's young, open minded, and ready to meet a guy based on his personality. I mean, everyone says that on this show, but for some reason I actually believe her.
We also met a young divorced woman (Suzanne), as well as a VIP host (Kahleel) who's probably just on "Dating in the Dark" to create a bit of fame for herself. Suzanne, the divorcee, seriously did not know when to shut up. I liked her and her fun attitude, but her serious oversharing issue turned off her date like crazy.
Two of the guys on the show were twins - that causes some interesting situations! I think the twins also benefit from the dating in the dark experience because they are judged independently, rather than as a pair. (However, if they truly wanted that, they wouldn't have come on the show together.) Still, it's an interesting idea.
At the end of "Dating in the Dark," Suzanne, Ray and Sean ended up choosing not to see anyone in the light. Kahleel and Kayla both chose Harrison. Following that, the tough choices began. Both Kayla and Kahleel decided to wait for Harrison, leaving the ultimate decision to him.
So, who did he choose?
He chose Kahleel! I feel like Kayla might be a better long term match for Harrison, but I also believe that Harrison and Kahleel will have some short term fun. Sorry, Kayla! I was rooting for you! In any case, there was no reason for Kahleel to be a jerk at the end - boo for you, Kahleel. At the very end, you say this victory is for all of the bullies in high school that made fun of you. You just were a bully yourself. Not cool, Kahleel.
Dancing with the Stars
"Dancing with the Stars" will take over ABC's 8 PM lineup next week. Are you ready for the 2 hour season premiere? I normally am not interested in Dancing with the Stars, but Bristol Palin and Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino are sure to make this season interesting.