History Series / TheBachelor

15th Jun '17 5:59:40 PM Eagal
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* CockFight
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* NeverTrustATrailer: this show is famous for this. They edit their trailers to make the viewers think something will happen, and the exact opposite will happen. For example, during Jojo's season, there was a trailer that [[AllGirlsWantBadBoys Chad]] punched another guy, but really the other guy just hit his head on the side of the pool. Another time, during Jake's season, the trailer made it seem like two of the girls were falling for each other, and someone in the voice-over said "there's some sort of secret affair going on", but really it was another contestant had slept with a producer.
* OneTrueLove: Pretty much subverted every time.

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* NeverTrustATrailer: this This show is famous for this. They edit their trailers to make the viewers think something will happen, and the exact opposite will happen. For example, during Jojo's season, there was a trailer that [[AllGirlsWantBadBoys Chad]] punched another guy, but really the other guy just hit his head on the side of the pool. Another time, during Jake's season, the trailer made it seem like two of the girls were falling for each other, and someone in the voice-over said "there's some sort of secret affair going on", but really it was another contestant had slept with a producer.
* OneTrueLove: Pretty much subverted every time.The premise of the show.



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15th Jun '17 5:56:38 PM Eagal
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** Sometimes the result is inverted from the norm, as the Bachelor ''actually chooses'' the AlphaBitch ( [[CoughSnarkCough *cough*Courtney*cough*cough*]] ).

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** Sometimes the result is inverted from the norm, as the Bachelor ''actually chooses'' the AlphaBitch ( [[CoughSnarkCough *cough*Courtney*cough*cough*]] ).AlphaBitch.
1st May '17 12:20:19 PM arilicious
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* AllGirlsWantBadBoys: every season of The Bachelorette features this type of character. Justin "Rated R" Rego from Ali's season, Bentley and Ashley's season, Chad from Jojo's season. Sometimes they make it far, other times they don't.

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* AllGirlsWantBadBoys: every season of The Bachelorette features this type of character. Justin "Rated R" Rego from Ali's season, Bentley and from Ashley's season, Chad from Jojo's season. Sometimes they make it far, other times they don't.
1st May '17 12:19:50 PM arilicious
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* AllGirlsWantBadBoys: every season of The Bachelorette features this type of character. Justin "Rated R" Rego from Ali's season, Bentley and Ashley's season, Chad from Jojo's season. Sometimes they make it far, other times they don't.



* BeachEpisode

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* BeachEpisodeBeachEpisode: almost every season. Bonus points of they travel to Mexico or the Caribbean.



* {{Fanservice}}

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* {{Fanservice}}{{Fanservice}}: every person on this show is relatively attractive to some degree.


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* NeverTrustATrailer: this show is famous for this. They edit their trailers to make the viewers think something will happen, and the exact opposite will happen. For example, during Jojo's season, there was a trailer that [[AllGirlsWantBadBoys Chad]] punched another guy, but really the other guy just hit his head on the side of the pool. Another time, during Jake's season, the trailer made it seem like two of the girls were falling for each other, and someone in the voice-over said "there's some sort of secret affair going on", but really it was another contestant had slept with a producer.


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* VacationEpisode: usually about half-way through the season, they start to travel to different places all over the world.
12th Mar '17 9:35:34 PM AetherMaster
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* MonochromeCasting: The only people to even get a ''chance'' are usually white or light-skinned Hispanic. Asians are rare, and don't even ask about blacks.
** Finally ''dented'' at least, as far as Matt's season goes; African-American contestant Marshana Ritchie managed to get as far as the final 6 before going home.

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* MonochromeCasting: The only people to even get a ''chance'' are usually white or light-skinned Hispanic. Asians are rare, and don't even ask about blacks.
black people.
** Finally ''dented'' at least, as far as Matt's season goes; African-American contestant Marshana Ritchie managed to get as far as the final 6 before going home. home.
** Fan favorite Rachel Lindsay is the first black lead in the franchise as the Bachelorette for season 13.


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** Rachel, a fan favorite from Nick Viall's season, became the first black lead of either show and is quite dark-skinned herself.
27th Feb '17 1:26:40 AM TheMC2010
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** Finally ''dented'' at least, as far as Sean's season goes; African-American contestant Robyn Howard managed to get as far as episode five before going home.

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** Finally ''dented'' at least, as far as Sean's Matt's season goes; African-American contestant Robyn Howard Marshana Ritchie managed to get as far as episode five the final 6 before going home.
17th Jan '17 2:44:37 AM TheMC2010
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* TheRunnerUpTakesItAll: The season 13 Bachelor broke up with the winner to actually hook up with the runner up. They were the first successful couple from this show (since joined by the Season 17 and 20 couples) and are now HappilyMarried [[BabiesEverAfter with children]].

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* TheRunnerUpTakesItAll: The season 13 Bachelor broke up with the winner to actually hook up with the runner up. They were the first successful couple from this show (since joined by the Season 17 and 20 couples) couple) and are now HappilyMarried [[BabiesEverAfter with children]].
17th Jan '17 2:22:22 AM TheMC2010
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* Out of 20 seasons of ''The Bachelor'', 12 ended in proposals; seven ended without a proposal but an agreement to keep dating; and one ended with no one picked for any kind of relationship. Only two final couples eventually got married (from Seasons 17 and 20); the Season 17 couple now has a child. The bachelor from Season 13 called off his engagement with the winning woman on the season finale and resumed a relationship with the runner-up; they married in a nationally televised ceremony, and also have a child. The other couples broke up, with one doing so after the woman was arrested for assaulting her fiance.

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* Out of 20 seasons of ''The Bachelor'', 12 ended in proposals; seven ended without a proposal but an agreement to keep dating; and one ended with no one picked for any kind of relationship. Only two one final couples couple eventually got married (from Seasons 17 and 20); Season 17); the Season 17 couple now has a child. The bachelor from Season 13 called off his engagement with the winning woman on the season finale and resumed a relationship with the runner-up; they married in a nationally televised ceremony, and also have a child. The other couples broke up, with one doing so after the woman was arrested for assaulting her fiance.
3rd Nov '16 6:17:55 PM KYCubbie
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* TheRunnerUpTakesItAll: The season 13 Bachelor broke up with the winner to actually hook up with the runner up. They were the first successful couple from this show (since joined by the Season 17 couple) and are now HappilyMarried [[BabiesEverAfter with children]].

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* TheRunnerUpTakesItAll: The season 13 Bachelor broke up with the winner to actually hook up with the runner up. They were the first successful couple from this show (since joined by the Season 17 couple) and 20 couples) and are now HappilyMarried [[BabiesEverAfter with children]].
3rd Nov '16 6:16:30 PM KYCubbie
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* Out of 20 seasons of ''The Bachelor'', 12 ended in proposals; seven ended without a proposal but an agreement to keep dating; and one ended with no one picked for any kind of relationship. Only one final couple eventually got married (from Season 17), and they now have a child. The bachelor from Season 13 called off his engagement with the winning woman on the season finale and resumed a relationship with the runner-up; they married in a nationally televised ceremony, and also have a child. The final couple from Season 20 is preparing for their televised wedding. The other couples broke up, with one doing so after the woman was arrested for assaulting her fiance.
* ''The Bachelorette'' has been more successful with respect to proposals—every season so far has ended in one. While the relationships have been more successful than those on ''The Bachelor'', that's not exactly saying much. The first couple from this show got married, in a lavish televised ceremony, and have since had two children and are still married. The same holds true for the Season 7 couple, except that the second child is still in the womb. The Season 9 couple married and are expecting their first child, and the winners of Seasons 11 and 12 are still engaged. The rest broke up.[[note]]They don't even try to hide it anymore. Most of the last several seasons have featured contestants from previous shows... and a former Bachelor returned for another shot.[[/note]]

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* Out of 20 seasons of ''The Bachelor'', 12 ended in proposals; seven ended without a proposal but an agreement to keep dating; and one ended with no one picked for any kind of relationship. Only one two final couple couples eventually got married (from Seasons 17 and 20); the Season 17), and they 17 couple now have has a child. The bachelor from Season 13 called off his engagement with the winning woman on the season finale and resumed a relationship with the runner-up; they married in a nationally televised ceremony, and also have a child. The final couple from Season 20 is preparing for their televised wedding. The other couples broke up, with one doing so after the woman was arrested for assaulting her fiance.
* ''The Bachelorette'' has been more successful with respect to proposals—every season so far has ended in one. While the relationships have been more successful than those on ''The Bachelor'', that's not exactly saying much. The first couple from this show got married, in a lavish televised ceremony, and have since had two children and are still married. The same holds true for the Season 7 couple, except that the second child is still in the womb.couple. The Season 9 couple married and are expecting their first child, and the winners of Seasons 11 and 12 are still engaged. The rest broke up.[[note]]They don't even try to hide it anymore. Most of the last several seasons have featured contestants from previous shows... and a former Bachelor returned for another shot.[[/note]]
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