Before the premiere of “Bachelor in Paradise,” we really did not have a whole lot of history when it comes to Lacy Faddoul. In looking back at Juan Pablo’s season, we at least have a recollection now that she is a nursing home owner and is very ambitious … though she also did go home in the very first episode.
However, on this show it appears more and more that she is front and center for most of the drama, especially when it comes to Robert Graham and Marcus Grodd. After the controversy with Michelle Kujawa plays out Monday night (which you can see over at this link), things will start to get a little crazier for her. Just look below for some highlights about that, and also what Clare Crawley is up to, as well:
“As the week begins, two new bachelors arrive at Papaya Playa Project in Tulum, Mexico with date cards in hand. After feeling like a default choice at the last ceremony, a disheartened Clare is eager to make a romantic connection and is relieved when the first new arrival asks her to be his date. Together, the two head for a romantic couple massage on the beach. Meanwhile, Lacy and Marcus’ relationship begins to blossom as they enjoy a dreamy dinner date at the exotic eco-archeological park, Xcaret. However, their newfound connection upsets a jealous Robert, who Lacy invited on a date last week. For Dylan, having his heart recently broken on ‘The Bachelorette,’ he finds that the woman he’s been spending time with, Elise, is moving way too fast. Elise attempts to make him jealous with a new bachelor but her plan backfires.”
As for some of the new arrivals, we know that one who will stir things up is the always-controversial Chris Bukowski, who is definitely forward with just about every. (We make our feelings of him pretty clear in the latest podcast.)
What do you think: Is this Marcus / Lacy / Robert story interesting, or do you have a hard time caring about these people when you probably can’t remember two of them? Share below, and head over here to get some further updates on all we cover via our newsletter.