Meet Me In Manteca (The Bachelorette S14E8)

Liz and Ross recap the season 14 hometown dates, review the new Bachelor in Paradise trailer, and dish on Bekah M.’s new boyfriend. They also tackle an r/relationships post about not making friends with guys.

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Hometowns & Heartbreak (The Bachelor S22E8)

Los Angeles! Minneapolis! Virginia Beach! Weiner, Arkansas! These illustrious cities were the stars of the Bachelor this week, and Liz and Ross recap all the AggroDads and pandering in this week’s hometown dates! They also give their thoughts on the Bachelor Winter Games so far, then discuss an r/relationships post about whether or not to propose.

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“Hometowns Heroes” (The Bachelorette S13E8)

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Baltimore. Miami. Madison. Aspen. What do these American cities all have in common? Hometowns, baby!! Liz and Ross break down all the complex family dynamics in The Bachelorette‘s epic visits to Eric, Bryan, Peter, and Dean’s hometowns. Plus, Fam Corner returns, they discuss some news about Dean and Peter, review the new Bachelor in Paradise trailer, and discuss an r/relationships question about when to tell your girlfriend about your guns. There was so much to unpack, they went extra long!

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Episode 8: “Dadbirds and Lovebirds” ft. Sarah Bane (The Bachelor S21E8)

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*Corinne’s Dad getting into a chair noise* Settle into your grain bins and get ready to hear Ross, Liz, and special guest/Bachelor superfan Sarah Bane breaking down four spectacular hometown dates! From Hoxie to Dallas to Miami to Montreal, they dig into all the Dadbirds, white brothers-in-law, and nanny type dressing room attendants on this week’s  colorful episode of The Bachelor. They also discuss an R/Relationships post about whether “once a cheater, always a cheater” holds true, and read a very special iTunes review (with a follow-up to last week’s Valentine’s episode!). Plus: Cops are good actors! Racism is hard to talk about! Brush your goddamn hair, Corinne! And much, much more!

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