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.
After Agnes’ shocking elimination last episode I wondered if Mark could ever fully recover from his distressing decision to let her go. Luckily a group date is on the horizon, and what better way to soothe Marks aching heart than with a bunch of dumb sluts trying to roller skate.
The real Bachelor roller rink dates usually endin joyous laughter
Unfortunately an intense fear of roller rinks due to a deported Italian ex-finance tends to put a damper on true love. Mark, being the good guy that he is, can see past Julie’s past, and convinces her that although roller skating brings up terrible memories, conquering her fear is the only way she can move forward.
Their blissful roller skating happiness is brought to a screeching halt as Vivien goes into labor. Mark discovers that Vivien is pregnant, the girls rethink their methods of birth control, and Tim the medic considers going into a different profession.