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Ali Fedotowsky, Hurry Up And Choose Roberto! These Other Guys Are A Snooze!

Tue, July 6, 2010 11:57am EDT by 7 Comments


Ty is gone and we’re down to the final four guys on The Bachelorette. Thank goodness, because it’s starting to get old!

Am I the only one sick of hearing Ali Fedotowsky talk about giving up everything to find love? Sure, she quit her job at Facebook and didn’t renew her lease in Northern California — but at the end of the day, the 26-year-old blonde is going to have EVERYTHING just because she’s now famous from this reality show (even if she doesn’t “find love”).

But I digress.

In the July 5 episode, the final five guys — Kirk, Roberto, Chris L., Ty and Frank — battled it out for one of the coveted final four spots in Ali’s heart, which also guarantees a hometown visit next week.

Set in Lisbon, Portugal, the episode was filled with overly romantic gestures and moments that have become staples of The Bachelorette — a horse-drawn carriage, gifts, champagne, a cable car, a rooftop dinner… and a random scooter.

Because it was one of the least drama-filled episodes of the season, here are two of the meatiest gems from Frank “I have a secret girlfriend who hasn’t been exposed yet, but I’m still overly possessive with Ali” Neuschaefer:

  1. Frank gets pissed (as usual) when he finds out he has a two-on-one date with Ty, and tells the guys, “I don’t want to walk around with Ty. I want to walk around with a girlfriend.”
  2. After discussing their goals, Frank admits he lives at home with his parents and for some reason, is overly comfortable with that. “When I told Ali that I live at home with my parents, the look in her eye… I’m pursuing something I’m passionate about and Ali understands that,” he said. Right, Frank. That’s every girl’s dream — for her fiancée to live with his parents. Keep dreaming!

During the rose ceremony, Ty wasn’t given a rose and Ali dramatically followed her wounded suitor out to the limo.

“Are you okay?” Ali asked.

“I wish it could’ve been different, but it’s not,” Ty responded with deep insight.

Ty drove away and ABC quickly cut to the portion of the show everyone actually cared about — the dog fight between failed Bachelor couple Jake Pavelka and Vienna Girardi. Who wants to watch someone find love when we can watch two people virtually spit on one another for 45 minutes? Yeah, that’s what I thought.

Once again, back to Ali — do you think there is any contest between the final four guys, or do you think Roberto will steal her heart?

— Kirstin Benson