‘Bachelor in Paradise’ review: Clare Crawley. Graham Bunn, AshLee Frazier, and drama

When it comes to watching TV programs ironically, there was not a whole lot better than the episode of “Bachelor in Paradise” that aired on ABC Monday night. This was, to be frank, a million different degrees of ridiculous … and we loved almost every minute of it.

Let’s start off with what may have been the funniest part of the whole two hours: Watching Kalon McMahon have to date himself after nobody else wanted to be with him. This was such appropriate karma for this TV d-bag, but it was also still what he wanted given that somebody put him on TV again in the first place. Why even bring him on, when you know that no good will come from it? Well, we suppose that “finding love” is only one part of the equation.

We also have to touch on the crazy-drama of the day, and that was AshLee Frazier spreading rumors about Clare Crawley, thinking that she was off-camera when she wasn’t. Embarrassing for her, but great entertainment for us. These two aren’t going to be getting along for quite a while now, and that much is obvious.

What we ended up seeing her as a result is a paradise of who you are on off-camera versus who you are on-camera, and it ended up impacting AshLee’s relationship with Graham Bunn. This is the sort of thing that could end their relationship, and Michelle Money wanted Graham to reject AshLee’s rose. We didn’t see the result of it tonight, though, thanks tot he wait that the show ended. Grade: C+.

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