The Bachelor Canada recap, episode 8: and the lucky lady is…
THE BACHELOR CANADA Episode 8
The journey certainly has been interesting, and we’re so (sooo, sooooooo) glad that you made the right decision, because 1) Bianka seems like a pretty cool girl and 2) she is not Whitney. Thank the Lord, thank the stars and thank you, Brad, really, for allowing us to maintain some faith in mankind.
The episode sure didn’t seem promising at the start, with you apologizing to Whitney for putting her in an awkward position at the last rose ceremony. (You know, the one where she behaved like a spoiled brat and totally disrespected the lovely Kara.) Watching that scene, we felt like you had drunk the Cruella Kool-Aid and there was nothing we could do to help you. We thought the same thing when Whit behaved like a sociopath during dinner with your family. She gave the rhymes-with-witch face to your parents, and still you came to her defense, saying that “if you ask [Whitney] a question that she hasn’t thought about, she just needs that time to process.” Maybe it has something to do with the air over in Hudson, but where we come from, Brad, that’s just code for dumb.
Then, of course, Bianka killed it with your family. She was fun and warm and just confident enough to charm your sort-of-scary sister. Still, we were worried. Even as you and Whitney argued your way through your final date, we wondered if you might be mistaking crazy and difficult for passionate and intense (you sure wouldn’t be the first dude or even the first Bachelor to do so).
After that, everything happened at warp speed: one second you were (finally!) seeing the light, and the next Whitney was taking her two greatest assets—self-confidence and determination (what did you think we were going to say?)—and heading home. We didn’t even understand the final scene between you two. Were we supposed to? Who knows? Who cares? Because in the end you chose your “Cheeseburger” Bianka, teaching hundreds of thousands of male athletes that it’s okay to cry, and teaching hundreds of thousands of young women that if a guy really likes you, he won’t mind that you don’t go to the fantasy suite while he’s still exploring “fantasies” with two other women.
Seriously, Brad—you did a great job, you got a great girl and maybe, just maybe, you two can show the American Bachelors how it’s done by actually getting married. We expect an invitation.
12 thoughts on “The Bachelor Canada recap, episode 8: and the lucky lady is…”
Bianca is a prima donna which is the total opposite of what Brad wants. She went on the athletic events because she had to, but in real life she’s just going to sit back ask to be pampered and have maids do all the work. Brad being the nice guy he is will TRY to make it work but it’s bound to fail. 1 1/2 year max I say.
Sigh of relief, it ended beautifully. Brad is so sincere and Bianca is very sweet. They have great families and they are both down to earth. I think they will make it.
As for Whitney, I thought she was from another planet.
Bravo brad! You finally got it right. What took you soooooo long dude?
Congratulations and Best Wishes to two very fine people.
What was the deal with Whitney’s meltdown at the end? Was she even making any sense? It seemed that as soon as the words ‘won’t work out’ left Brad’s lips she was just plain crazy. Talking about respect and saying that he was telling her hurtful things…. huh? So how long before we hear that the engagement is off? 2-3 months? Good luck with the princess. You should have went out on a date with Nicole. Smart, hot small town girl. But instead you got played by the two puppeteers.
Just because Bianka wasn’t totally into the athletic activities that her and Brad did together doesn’t make her a princess, she’s just not athletic. Her profession is nursing, a princess would not be someone willing to help with bedpans and such…
a princess would not be someone willing to help with bedpans and such…
toally agree Ash
Please. She dated the d*ouchebag NBA guy for two years before he dumped her for a Kardashian. I’d bet that Bianka changes as many bedpans as Gabby spends time at that old age home in Oakville.
So what’s wrong with being a princess?
Well, it seems Whitney got all the travel and exposure she wanted. That must have been what she meant when she said she would win earlier on in the show.
Brad and Bianka, all the best. You two are going to have so much fun together.
OH PLEASE! Why would Toronto Life cover this poor excuse for entertainment show? After all of the down to earth and normal seeming women got sent packing I stopped watching. The show was filmed beautifully – I’ll admit that but Bianka seemed fake as can be. I shouldn’t judge but knowing she dated Chris Humphries for so long – how can you not judge her? He comes off as a real dolt! Both Brad and Bianka were looking for fame not love so don’t buy into this crap people please! The show is scripted and bogus.
They both are about as interesting as a flea.
Bianka is beautiful inside and out and I truly enjoyed the relationship that is being shown. I agree with you Citygirl89 and Ash. B said she would work crazy hours to so she can purchase the things she wants. Does not seem very princess like.
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