Some idiot wahbooms his way to Week 2; Brian gets an early snog; Josiah and Peter are my two front-runners.
Drinking Game Rules for the Bachelor and The Bachelorette. We'll be updating them as we go!
Setting the ground rules for a game intended to get you 1/4th as drunk as the contestants on the show. Don't worry, that's plenty!
Nick gives Raven something to celebrate; our Bachelorette-to-be rocks a penguin onesie; Vanessa takes a plunge and later says, "I love you"
Andi and Nick forecast the Fantasy Suites; Corinne gets sent home and settles in for a nap; Raven reveals a secret to Nick and therefore a nationally televised audience.
Raven takes Nick mudding; Rachel brings him to church; Corinne overhauls his wardrobe; Vanessa realizes what she signed up for.
Chris Harrison gives Nick a pep talk; contestants start confessing their love; Corinne embarrasses herself, but no more than usual.
Taylor accomplishes nothing; Kristina drops the backstory mic; a volleyball date goes awry; everybody cries.
The group gets haunted; Nick and Rachel eat beignets; Raven sort of says the "L" word; Corinne vanquishes a rival.
The aftermath of Bouncygate; Nick takes the ladies to a dairy in his hometown; Raven flies up the standings; Corinne clumsily attempts maturity.
Corinne impersonates a flasher, the Backstreet Boys make a guest appearance, and Vanessa calls Nick out for liking a girl with a nanny, among other things.
Mimosas all around; Corrine gets censored and throws shade on a group date; Liz finally gets her conversation.
Nick meets his suitors, a woman who wants to be a dolphin dresses as a shark, and lots of people cry. The Bachelor is back!
Each remaining couple faces the perils of the proposal pedestal, determining whether they will be engaged for a brief time (most), break up today (next most), or get married (and least likely).
Grant and Lace get matching tattoos; Nick and Jen visit a fortune teller; Carly is stuck with another weird date; Ashley finally goes home.
Wells gets in triple trouble; Jared makes a wise move; Carly gives the ED Doctor a taste of his own medicine
Josh confronts his accusers; Wells arrives and gets to work; Jami shows up dressed to kill; Caila and Jared get a short-lived reprieve
The end of Vizzy; Jade and Tanner revisit the Paradise Pad and evaluate couples; Carly is chosen for another weird date; Ashley supplants Evan as the worst.
Caila struggles mightily with a simple decision; Vizzy faces a big test; Grant says "I Love You"
Ashley arrives and immediately falls apart; ABC tries to get Evan female attention; Nick finds a new lady and a lot of crabs; Daniel stays the king.
Evan borrows Amanda, creating an opening for cheese pizza; Grace and Vizzy go on a double date; Daniel continues his MVP season.
Josh and Amanda snog so much I wonder if they have gills; three couples snog on the same piece of furniture; Evan continues to be the least likable person in Paradise.
Josh Murray returns to fill the silverback gorilla void left by Chad's departure; Nick watches helplessly; Carly and Evan set a Guiness World Record; Leah sets an unofficial record for quickest meltdown.
We meet the contestants, Grumpy BadScruff gets Angry and Wasted, and Chris Harrison continues to enjoy the best job in reality television.
JoJo concludes her tenure as The Bachelorette, ABC convinces Robby to wear socks for their own ends, and a newly engaged couple sets a record for the Bachelor(ette) Drinking Game.
JoJo takes all three men to Fantasy Suites, but one isn't allowed to sleep over. Sorry Chase, you were so close to passing Lil Rodgers, or at least Robby!
JoJo visits the four remaining men in their hometowns, but Luke throws a curveball at her before the Rose Ceremony. Who will be moving on?!
Lord Alex Farquaad comes up short, Luke only needs half a date, and Lil Rodgers maintains his lead.
Four men sit around drinking white wine, two guys I always mix up go on a two-on-one date, and JoJo balks at a difficult choice in the Rose Ceremony
Grumpy BadScruff (Chad) is gone, but it doesn't make anything more peaceful; the men struggle to find an identity in the absence of a villain.
Tempestuous BadScruff (Chad) confronts the other men in the house, Daniel wears a sleeveless hoodie, and some of them play touch football.
An uncomfortable sex stories group date and an allegation of steroids leads Grumpy BadScruff to take his next form.
The men identify their mutual enemy, everyone visits the set of SportsNation, and Grumpy BadScruff goes HAM on a catering tray.
JoJo meets the myriad men who will be vying for her heart in a ten-week televised challenge to find true love.