The Ringer's Juliet Litman is joined by New York Times writer and former colleague Wesley Morris, a Bachelorette newbie, to discuss the events on this week's episode. They examine the prevalence of alcohol throughout the franchise (2:40), Rachel's one-on-one date with Dean (7:17), Rachel's breakdown (10:20), Lee's shady ways (18:20), and the less-than-impressive spelling bee (28:05). Then Juliet talks with Los Angeles Times reporter Amy Kaufman about the return of Bachelor in Paradise (41:05).
‘Bachelorette Party’ — Heroes, Villains, and Alcohol With Wesley Morris and Amy Kaufman
Juliet Litman is joined by 'New York Times' writer and 'Bachelorette' newbie Wesley Morris, then discusses 'Bachelor in Paradise' with 'Los Angeles Times' reporter Amy Kaufman
Van Lathan and Rachel Lindsay discuss the new Diddy lawsuit and Meek Mill’s response to being implicated. Then, they give their impressions of the "uncommitted" vote protest in Michigan before going over the gender politics of marriage proposal.
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