ABC's "The Bachelorette" is back this summer with its umpteenth season. Wait, how many couiples have lasted so far? But before you give up on the dating serial, Yahoo! Originals throws its hose into the fire with the premiere of "Burning Love," executive produced by Ben Stiller. Sure it's scripted, but with Ken Marino, Michael Ian Black and the funniest comediennes taking their turn as marriage material to a TV hunk, it's more entertaining.
While every other bentertainment publication has "The Bachelorette" covered, On Demand Weekly's dating show expert Kate Asche Wilson will breakdown each episode as if she were right there in the mansion.
I’m pretty sure stand-up comedy is a sin.
Episode four of “Burning Love” begins with us following Mark and the bachelorettes on their first group date at a comedy club. On the real Bachelor comedy club group dates usually end in tears. This one only ends in hilarity.
Burning Love (Yahoo! Originals)
The lucky bachelorette who wins Mark over with her comedic timing will win the group date hose, and a special bubble bath date with Mark. Now who wouldn’t want that ladies?
From lesbian humor to gum wrapper jokes each lady proves herself to be just as funny as they are classy. However, it’s religious Mandy (played by the sloth loving magical woman that is Kristen Bell) that surprises us with her comedic chops.
Even Mark is blown away by her cult references
and Adam and Eve penis jokes.
Amen Kristen. Amen.
Although Mandy was clearly the funniest Mark decides that he’s going to give the hose to the monkey-hearted other Tamara. Seriously Mark? I call bullshit. Mandy clearly deserves that hose and you know it! It’s a good thing Paul Sheer makes a guest appearance at your extremely personal bubble bath date or I would have given up on you right then and there.
I still feel that slutty Hayley is the frontrunner even though Mark consistently gives the first hose to the well-endowed Titi. One thing is for sure: If Mark ends up with that monkey-hearted other Tamara I will lose all faith in true love.
To see who shockingly gets sent home at the second hose ceremony watch episode four of “Burning Love” on Yahoo! right now.
Epsiode 5's review coming soon...
Kate Asche Wilson is a new contributing writer to On Demand Weekly. She is a graduate from the Dodge College of Film and Media Arts at Chapman University where she received a BA in Screenwriting. In her spare time Kate likes to take long walks on the beach, and watch telenovelas. Follow her on Twitter @KATEDOESLIFE!
You can find "Burning Love" on Yahoo.
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