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  1. This is what I will never understand and keep waiting for one of the people in the family to wonder out loud. Putting aside that they were fine in Vegas, why did they move to Flagstaff before they built on that property? Also, they don't seem to get that their need for great space is dwindling. I think 6 of those 18 kids are grown and out of the house, which should leave them with 12 kids at home. Four homes and 12 kids isn't a need for enormous homes, right?
  2. I think she has the body of a 12 year old girl. That is not an adult's body.
  3. I'm enjoying it too. I have realized I can't watch it right before bed though because I take on their stress and have trouble sleeping, like their problems are real to me. There's no way. Botox on the forehead would cost her about $100. She lied about what she spent that $3000 on.
  4. When Hannah was showing befuddlement about how "this worked" for other bachelorettes because she clearly wasn't understanding why she wasn't just naturally falling in love with multiple people at a time or whatever, it struck me that it's not the show that "works" or not, but the people on it have to really want to work for each other. She seems to think all she should have to do was show up and look good so that the the show could magically "work." She's shocked that she and the men have to put some effort into their relationships. No, the show doesn't "work." Nothing "works" in good relationships except two people who are committed to staying together and supporting each other through hard times.
  5. Does anyone know what actually happens in this AUB wedding ceremony that they think is such a great secret? I have been searching around the Google and can't find anything of substance. I would really love to know what they think is so sacred. I suspect it is quite demeaning to the women, which might be why they are threatened with an afterlife in hell if they talk about it. There have to be people who have left the faith who talk about though.
  6. Don't people get adopted by their grandparents pretty frequently when their parents either die or are incapable of raising them for some other reason? How does this relate to her and Curtis Stone?
  7. Don't forget she's a single mom. I think most people aren't interested in leading on single parents and also aren't interested raising other people's kids if they aren't 100% sure they're in love. It makes things harder for single parents for sure, but it's also a reasonable consideration when deciding whether or not it's worth it to invest your time in someone.
  8. giaNtsandYankees, that's a lot to take in. But, are you saying that Aspyn Brown's fiance Mitch, Vanessa from this show, Rosemary from My Five Wives, and the husband of Jeff’s secret older daughter, and the wife of Jeff’s secret older son are all siblings (either half or full)?
  9. Wow, I need this in linear form. Does knowing that he is Vanessa's brother make either of these scenarios more likely?
  10. I think "the Rachel" would have been a good hairstyle for her during the mid to late '90s.
  11. Also, in defense of that poster: I know who Kerry Washington is, but couldn't have picked her out of a line up. I know Scandal is a show on tv, but couldn't have told you what channel it was on or that it comes on right before HTGAWM or that Kerry Washington was on it or that the main character was named Olivia or even what the show was about beyond that it has to do with some sort of scandal. I trust that I don't need to catch up on anything or watch another show to understand the introduction of a new character here. It'll be fine.
  12. I think a hometown visit to meet Krystal's family would have been gold though.
  13. The things is, 22 isn't too young to get married. People get married at 22 all the time and make a go of it. I think the issue is that, a lot of changes happen to you in your 20's. It's when you grow and figure out who you are as an adult and how you're going to make your way in the world. You can certainly do this while married to someone WHO IS ALSO GOING THROUGH THE SAME THING. The issue I see with Bekkah and Arie is that Arie isn't feeling it all out anymore. He's ready to settle down with someone who's done with that phase too. If Bekkah is ready to get married, she's not ready to marry Arie. She needs to marry a guy who is 25 or younger and wants to go rock climbing on the weekends, dancing in clubs, traveling around, seizing the day, etc. Arie wants someone who is fun to be around and who he enjoys talking to, but he doesn't seem to want to be out galavanting around taking advantage of his youth. My point is, Bekkah might be ready for marriage at 22, if she meets and falls in love with the right person for her, but it's not Arie.
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