May 25, 2010 by Post Team 

BacheloretteBachelorette:Tonight we have learned, above all, that love is important and Ali was a horrible person, stupid for ever thinking otherwise and she is very lucky that The Bachelor / Bachelorette is so damn forgiving because seriously, love conquers all, and if I do not think it is better to reprioritize his life. Like he did. Because she is good and right and true now.

Ah, well: She quit her job for this, so anyone who is not there for “good reason” is in trouble very, very big. That means you, professional wrestler Guy, Weatherman, and Dude with McDreamy hair. The complete overview, with detailedanlysis of the highlights (and odd-just-plain), will be up soon, but if you’ve seen it and wants a say in how the first group of roses fell, after the jump to read more . [SPOILER ALERT: Read on only if you've seen Bachelorette premiere on Monday.]

Ali Fedotowsky Bachelorette, chastened by his life-altering decision to leave Jake Pavelka Degree for his work last season, he returned to start her own journey of love. He made it clear he had learned his lesson: “It was very difficult for me to put love and relationships first. I let my insecurities and fear dictate my life and I’m not going to be a victim of that.” But she crushed – much – in fact she had left her job this time for the guys better all be there for “all the right reasons.” There was even a group vote on who the kids thought it could not be there for ” the right reasons “(although Ali quickly ignored the results when leading professional wrestler Justin). Meanwhile, Ali almost melted into a puddle every time I met Robert, salsa dance Romeo won his first impression rose. As for the rest of them, the ceremony brought us up one end of 15 that included Ty recently divorced, “aspiring writer” Frank, dreamy former teacher Chris L., scrapbook-craftsman Kirk, ukulele-playing Hunter Craig M well groomed., and Jonathan meteorologist. Unfortunately, we had to say goodbye to premature ejaculation-Shooter, among others. (Hey, he mentioned it, not me.)

My full summary will be up within a few hours, but we know now what I think now. If Ali had maintained Justin? Roberto was worthy of the first impression rose? Is Ali making mistakes in giving its first batch of roses?

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