'Bachelor Pad': Hookups and Heartache
This week’s “Bachelor Pad” picked up right where last week’s left off. Jake was eliminated from the show, and he went out with guns blazing. He said to the group that they need to do the right thing, vote out the power couples, and that they knew who to start with. He told Kasey it was great to meet him and said to Vienna that he was sorry again. Kasey said he could go “kick rocks” and Vienna thanked the group for voting Jake off and that whole charade just pretty much made everyone uncomfortable.
Then, it was time for some kissing! This week’s competition was the annual “Kissing Contest”! Michelle decided to not take part because she thought it would be a bad example to her 6-year-old daughter. Ella, who also has a young son, said that she needed to do it and win to stay in the competition so she could win the money for her son and change their lives.
Most notably, Michael kissed Holly and she knew who it was right away. But, when Blake kissed Holly, all bets were off. They had a little make out session in front of everyone, and Michael got upset. When Blake kissed Melissa, she foolishly thought that it meant he had feelings for her again, but in reality, he was just doing it to get her vote.
Erica went up and put on a display of how not to kiss a guy: extra sloppy. While all the girls said that Kasey had the worst breath ever, except for Vienna who loved his kisses and voted for him of course.
Back at the house, Erica gives Kirk a message with some oil and tells him that he should not take Melissa out on the one-on-one date and that he should consider her. He thinks about it, but everyone knows he’s leaning towards Holly. Except for Melissa.
Melissa, bless her heart, she goes up to him and starts blabbering on about what they’re going to do on their date. Then, he drops the bomb. He tells her he hasn’t made his mind up yet. She goes on a rampage through the house looking for him later in the evening, and he’s busy brushing his teeth. He says, “Ok I’ll talk to you, but in 40 seconds” ha, he’s a dentist so he brushes for like 4 whole minutes.
Later, he announces that he’s taking Holly on the date and Melissa has a meltdown. She’s sobbing and running around while Michelle tries to comfort her. Melissa even confronts Holly and tells her she can’t believe she’s going on this date. Holly explains that she wants to get out of the house, and that she is not Blake’s girlfriend, so get over it.
Holly and Blake leave for their date. They head to the airport and fly to a mountain to do some skiing. They have a fun time, but it was really getting on my nerves listening to Holly scream the whole time.
Michael, meantime, is stewing. He’s distraught that the love of his life is going out with Blake. He stays awake practically the whole night waiting for Holly to get back from her date with Blake, but they don’t get back until the next day.
He confronts Holly and spills out his heart. He tells her he loves her and wants her back. Holly tells him that he made up his mind when he broke up with her and she doesn’t think that she can get over the fact that he left her after she had called off their engagement.
The night of the elimination, everyone is pretty much ready for Melissa to go. Only, Melissa is making such a scene and running around accusing people of voting for her that everyone starts lying to her and telling her that she shouldn’t worry Erica is going home instead. In the end, that doesn’t happen. Melissa of course is voted out, and so is William! Remember him?! The poor guy hardly got any air time! Oh well!
Hugs, Kisses & Roses,