Courtney Robertson 'Doesn't Know What Love Is,' Says 'Bachelor' Expert

Wed, February 1, 2012 11:48am EST by 2 Comments
Ben Flajnik & Courtney Robertson

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Mercedes S.

Posted at 5:46 PM on March 1, 2012  

I actually thought Courtney was a small-time actress, hired to play “the evil one” in a scripted “Bachelor” show – I mean, what real person would let herself be seen as that mean and conniving? Likewise, what real man would let himself be taken in by such a harridan?

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Andrea Lawrence-Stuart

Posted at 2:00 PM on February 13, 2012  

I am no prude but disagree with Chris: Courtney is showing a lot more greed than fair play in stripping down. It’s using sex as a political tool. I am glad Ben did not show up for Courtney’s invitation to her room. It made me feel that Ben felt he’d seen enough of Courtney for now. She has no mystery about her. A friend told me that at least she was no hypocrite, but there’s something tainted about her, and I think it is a character flaw. She is attractive enough but somehow insecure if she feels she must knock the other girls out to validate herself. Yes, Chris is right about her comments, some off-color, and her way of dealing with the other women. She sounds confident but is just the opposite, resorting to flaunting her body. A couple of comments she made are funny but out of the 100 I’ve heard, maybe two or three are actually funny. When more of the women besides just Emily go to Ben this evening about Courtney, he should get the message. I felt Emily had grace to apologize to Courtney, believing she had misjudged her. It turned out Emily is right: Courtney rebuffed her sincere apology and made her the enemy. Courtney seems to want to be hated. Therein lies the character flaw.

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