'Bachelor' Recap: Ben Flajnik & Cunning Courtney Robertson Get Married…Almost

Tue, February 21, 2012 4:48am EST by 2 Comments
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After the hometown dates, it seemed obvious Ben Flajnik had officially fallen for Courtney Robertson. Can you believe who he sent home?!

Oh, The Bachelor. We’re still reeling after seeing who Ben Flajnik sent home tonight after the hometown dates. He must have been feeling something powerful, because he said goodbye to the wrong girl. (Spoiler alert ahead!)

Instead of sending Courtney Robertson packing, Ben put Kacie B. in a car and said, “adios.”

“I thought I knew what he was looking for, but I guess I was completely wrong,” she said, sobbing. “Why am I not good enough? I don’t get it. I loved him and I don’t know what to do now. What the f**k happened?! What the f**k happened?!!”

Even though we felt like Kacie deserved the rose far more than almost anyone, it seemed like her parents’ reservations about the reality TV star gave him an uneasy feeling. Instead, he fell for Nicki, Lindzi and Courtney before her.

Most notable was Courtney’s hometown date. Instead of your ordinary visit, she actually set up a mock wedding, complete with fake vows.

“I’m ready for the next chapter of my life. Ben cares about me. He makes me feel special. If he keeps it up…I’m ready to say yes,” Courtney admitted.

In the most “honest” display we’ve seen from her yet, Courtney poured her heart and soul out to Ben in the fake wedding ceremony.

“Ben. I’m looking for love, real love, passionate, consuming, can’t-live-without-each-other love,” the model said. “When I look at you from across the room, I know your happiness is the key to mine.”

She added, “Ben, I want to love you and treat you right, every day and every night…I hope you know I’m 100% ready for marriage.”

Without the other girls around to torment her, Courtney was the most tolerable we’ve seen her. That said, it’s still obvious she’s not a good fit for Ben. We’re convinced he sent home the wrong girl.

Who do YOU think most deserved the roses? Sound off below!

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Posted at 7:54 PM on February 28, 2012  

I cant beleave he picked courtney. But i have a question did she say yes??????????????????? I know i would.

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Posted at 9:15 AM on February 21, 2012  

I grew up feeling like no one would love me because I wasn’t beautiful. I owe this fear partially to movies and shows like the Bachelor. The movies always portrayed the less attractive girls as the slapstick comedian who was cast for the laughs. She was the funny sidekick to the beautiful heroine who finds love in the end, while her very plain Jane friend is overlooked. I could never imagine the plain Jane making love. After all, she didn’t have a perfect body. There are only a handful of films like The Truth about Cats and Dogs where this isn’t true, although even Jeanine Garaffalo’s (sp?) character in that movie was pretty. But just recently I read a very funny and heartwarming novel that helped me to see that true love can come to the plain Janes (and Joe)s of the world. It is called What the Heart Sees by Janice Zick. I found it at the Desert Breeze Publishing.com site. Oops, no spaces. What a breath of fresh air it was. I love, love, loved it. I laughed and cried throughout the book.

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