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.
Will Mark ever find true love? I ask myself this as I cry, clutching a box of tissues, morning the loss of one of the greatest bachelorettes in television history. Mark I know she cheated on you, but if Emily can forgive Arie for going on two dates with a producer you can forgive Hayley for the seven or so guys she slept with! It’s basically the same situation.
My own personal feelings aside I can understand why Mark sent Hayley home. She most definitely has Herpes. But it still doesn’t make me feel any better for him. His journey has been so emotionally taxing, and naked shenanigans that don’t involve him cannot be tolerated in the Bachelor world.
In this emotionally revealing eighth episode of “Burning Love” Marks true pain and suffering is clear to the audience for the first time. But it’s not the four hours of inappropriate footage, backstabbing, and potential lawsuits that tip us off. No....
Luckily for us a wild Ben Stiller appears, and Mark is set back on the path to love with an open heart and a lovely paisley robe.