Josh Murray and Amanda Stanton had a happy ending on the finale of "Bachelor in Paradise" ...but there's trouble on the horizon with her ex-husband.
Just because you’re on reality TV like Paris Hilton doesn’t mean you should talk like Paris Hilton.
I like that Parvati counts on Amanda (who’s over on Malakal right now) still being her BFF after the merge.
Nick claims her income has skyrocketed since 'Bi P' -- from $100/year to around $20k a month.
Unclear how she would have lived on $100 a year, but now Nick wants her to pay more child support.
Since the general consensus is that Ozzy and James will not be long for this world after the merge, she decides to plan on an all-lady final four of her, Natalie, Alexis (Alexis?
I don’t even know who Alexis is), and Amanda — which Natalie thinks will be “hot.” Oh, Natalie.
Anytime she allows Rob and this podcast to influence her opinion, she gets it wrong.
Now she will attempt to demonstrate her uncanny clairvoyance again with the cast of Koah Rong: Cydney Gillon – (): Rob thinks that Cyd’s discomfort with not having her health supplements out on the island is a red flag for her chances in the game.
1Other memorable characters ( 1 each): They're not exactly memorable for being all that good, but fine: pinup model Sugar who went on to despite the fact that he wasn't so much a villain as he was a mean old crank who got way too much screen time. -2Total score: -2Best Player: Weirdly, it was 12th-place Erik Cardona, who was the only player smart enough to try to make a move against season superstar Russell Hantz, and who, most importantly, swung the jury towards ultimate winner Natalie White.
-1Signature Moment: Corrinne telling Sugar at the final tribal council that her deceased father would be ashamed of the way she played the game. 1Other memorable characters ( 1 each): Melissa Mc Carthy character Shambo.
– “Nicoletradamus” describes her amazingly successful strategy when it comes to picking winners, which involves not speaking to Rob about the cast AT ALL prior to making her choice.