Bachelor Recap Swiss
February 28, 2012 by staff
Bachelor Recap Swiss, How are you holding up, rose lovers? Me, I’m a little fatigued. When Ben opens this week’s episode with yet another platitude — “It’s crazy for me to think that this adventure is almost over” — all I could think was, “It’s making me crazy that this torture isn’t yet over.” But just two weeks left, right? Let’s get through it together.
The time-filling “amazing women” with “a lot of qualities” recap takes up the first chunk of the episode: Nicki is “open, gentle and caring”; Lindzi is “a little bit country and a little bit city,” and he’s had “premonitions” of their married-with-children life together; and Courtney is “extremely unique” and “incredible” and “a little nerdy.” (Editor’s note: Has he ever met a nerd?) Still, he’s been instructed to worry about how Courtney has treated the other women.
So what to do? Head to Interlaken, Switzerland, where cute mountain goats roam the verdant green hills and old-timey carriages rumble down the tiny town streets. First up to join Ben is Nicki, who greets him in an open field just as a helicopter lands (naturally) to take them on a scenic tour. “My relationship with Nicki is getting to new heights,” says Ben, as horrible-pun-hating viewers groan until they barf. “But at the same time, it’s grounded.” The whirlybird deposits them at the top of a mountain, where the Bachelor and Nicki enjoy a picnic amidst ridiculously gorgeous scenery. (Seriously, it’s so pretty, even Ben’s flat, stringy hair can’t ruin it.) They chat about her hometown date, which as we all remember went nicely, and then the helicopter takes them to yet another mountaintop peak, for no other reason it seems than so Nicki can offer this extremely strained metaphor: “Standing on top of this mountain with Ben, the view goes on forever, which can be compared to our future together. Yet there’s always the cliff that you could fall off of, that could be compared to our relationship possibly ending abruptly, and soon.”
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