The newest season of The Bachelorette started a few weeks ago and this season is looking like it won’t disappoint in the drama department (I expect nothing less from the producers who prod the contestants into fights, and the editors who make you think people hate each other when they’ve actually never spoken to one another). JoJo, The Bachelorette, is already up against some freakishly huge hunks of men in this testosterone-filled season of love.
But that’s where the problems begin—love. The show claims to help people fall in love, but I disagree. For every successful Bachelor/Bachelorette story you can find seven broken engagements, 4 lawsuits, and 3 public apologies for disorderly behavior. The show genuinely brings out the worst in people; it’s like a drug being pumped into the air that makes totally rational people become drama-crazy, violent jerks who want to back-stab everyone and their mother for a chance at a one-on-one date.