While Peter the Pilot's journey for love will come to an end this week, another is about to begin - right here in Milwaukee. We chatted with host and former "Bachelor" star Ben Higgins to learn more - about the live show and the ABC show.
Let's talk about the latest episode of "Peter Propellers Makes Bad Decisions And Drives Matt To Alcoholism" - which is especially the case this week because it's the fantasy suite episode aka my least favorite episode. .
Credit where credit is due: Peter and Victoria certainly made hometowns week interesting on Monday night's episode of "The Bachelor." Interesting in a "chugging gulps of cabernet sauvignon straight from the bottle" way ... but still interesting.
For most of Monday night's new episode, Peter was having a good night. Then the final date happened - and of course, Peter botched it. Classic Peter Propellers.
If you're going to make us dedicate five hours of a week to a dopey guy stumbling his way into finding an Instagram influencer to date, it better have been worth it. And much like dating Petey Propellers, at this point, I have a hard time arguing that it has.
It's borderline impressive that Peter managed to slam his head so hard into a golf cart that he proceeded to smash his own glass of water against his own face, giving him stitches ... and that wasn't even close to the dumbest, most unaware thing he did Monday.
On Monday night, perfection thy name was "The Bachelor," providing a deliciously entertaining episode and easily the two most enjoyable hours anyone's ever spent in Cleveland, Ohio.
You don't need me to tell you that Kelsey had a bad night on Monday. All you need to do is look at the photo above, and you can safely assume that things did not go according to plan.
It all began with such promise. Then three hours passed and concluded with the wrong guy being named "The Bachelor." It was suboptimal.
It's been far too long, but we saw something new last night: a watchable, decent episode of "The Bachelorette." See what happens when you quarantine Luke in his own little portion of the show instead of letting him infect the whole thing?
From the hilarious series "Family Guy," here is a clip where Peter dons a mustache and tries to speak Italian at a local grocery.