Bad news, everyone (but good news for our brain cells): There's only one more episode of "Bachelor in Paradise" left this year. Worse news: The show spent the penultimate episode getting real serious and sad.
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"Bachelor in Paradise" is coming to a close, but unlike Mike doing cartwheels on the beach, it appears this season is going to stick the landing with the help of a makeshift prom night, some strong troll-ery and a mutant pineapple.
It was a night of big returns on Tuesday's "Bachelor in Paradise": the return of Dean, the return of a John Paul Jones I didn't want to superman punch at all times for being a jerk and, most notably, a return to form for the show after a laborious Labor Day episode.
A happy Labor Day to everyone out there - including "Bachelor in Paradise," which made like every other American and took the day off. Sure, there was a full episode on Monday night, but it sure didn't feel like a full effort.
Tuesday night's episode of "Bachelor in Paradise" was always going to be a "skip the glass and just glug from the wine jug" kind of night, because of Krystal and Chris's wedding. But then John Paul Jones had to add to the sadness.
After adding so much color to the proceedings from the sidelines, America's favorite nugget-loving, Heath Ledger-impersonating, Shakespeare-memorizing, three-named cast member finally got the spotlight he's very much deserved Monday night.
"The Song Remains the Same" was my intro to Led Zeppelin, my intro in some ways to the world of work and one of my first memories of my mom encouraging my interest in music.