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Author: Stitcher & Claire Fallon, Emma Gray

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A snarky but affectionate dissection of dating reality shows — and what they say about all of us. Hosted by Emma Gray and Claire Fallon, who created the popular podcast Here To Make Friends, Love To See It is a weekly recap podcast about The Bachelor franchise and beyond. We laugh, we cry, we break down every episode in obsessive detail, and we unpack all the weird messages pop culture sends us about love. Join us on this journey
411 Episodes
Look, we might not agree with Jules’ approach, but we understand that it can be hard to let go of someone you’ve been pining for. That’s what makes ‘My Best Friend’s Wedding’ such a fun movie to revisit! You probably aren’t rooting for the same person as when you were a kid. Here to break it all down with is author and host of Terrible, Thanks For Asking, Nora McInerny!
The leaves are turning orange, apples are ripe for the picking, and Hallmark is starting their flood of vaguely seasonal made-for-TV rom-coms. Today, we’re recapping one of the new “Fall Into Love” releases with ‘Fourth Down and Love’, a film about fundraisers and finding love on the fields of middle school flag football.
What Bachelor universe couples would we want to invite to dinner? Do we still like watching Reality TV? How do you keep up with fashion in New York? Today, we’re answering your questions about everything Emma and Leigh!
The Ultimatum is back, but is it better than ever? This week we break down the latest season all the way from early departures to proposals and beyond. Who stays together? Who breaks up? And why does it feel like there is a severe lack of romance?
The Bachelor Nation news won’t stop coming! While we wait for Bachelor in Paradise and The Golden Bachelor, there has been a steady stream of engagements, babies, and relationship updates to keep us busy. To help us navigate it all is co-hosts of Game of Roses, Chad Kultgen and Lizzy Pace!
Charity’s Bachelorette journey is coming to an end, and it's up to her to make the choice. Who’s getting engaged? Who’s going home? And who will be our next Bachelor? To help us through last night’s live Bachelorette finale is Zakiya Gibbons, host of the new dating reality podcast, Hang Up!
Roll the tape! It’s time for the Men Tell All or, as Sean calls it, The Brayden Show. We revisit all the drama from the season, learn about some more drama off screen, and see what Charity has to say to the men she sent away. Plus, special appearances by past leads and Gerry, our first Golden Bachelor. To help us sort through it all is author Esmé Wang!
JoJo and Jordan found love on The Bachelorette and now they’re helping others to do the same as hosts of The Big D! JoJo and Jordan join us to talk all about their new show and what it means to make the change from reality stars to reality hosts. Plus, we discuss their thoughts on Charity’s season and the upcoming Golden Bachelor.
Charity’s fairy tale continues in Fiji where each of her men have something to prove. Is Xavier ready for marriage? Has Joey been his authentic self? Is Dotun too good to be true? And who is the returning mystery man they’ve teased all season? Let’s find out!
These singles think they’re spending theirsummer partying on a yacht with Captain Blower, but really they’re embarking on a journey of self discovery under the guidance of a cone. That’s right, it’s Too Hot To Handle, the show that turns horndog singles into therapized relationship material. Joining us to break down the latest season is host of TV, I Say w/ Ashley Ray, Ashley Ray!
Grab your knitting needles and let’s head to decor-less AirBnBs to meet the family of Charity’s four final men! Are they being their real, true selves? To help us figure it out is producer of Normal Gossip, Alex Laughlin!
Before there was Charity, there was Emily. Last month we put on three live shows where we got together with listeners to revisit one of our favorite Bachelorette seasons so far. We had such a great time that we wanted to share it here with you! Joining us at City Winery in NYC is one of the original Bachelor recappers, host of Bachelor Party, Juliet Litman!
As we fly through this season, Charity and her men travel to yet another American city. Turns out that “The Bachelorette” is so desperate to save money that they won’t even spring for a quick jaunt to Canada or Mexico. Justice for Charity and her men! Joining us to discuss the most unintentionally patriotic season of “The Bachelorette” in franchise history is friend of the pod, Vella Lovell!
We’re in bigfoot country! The men venture out into the woods where some tiny but mighty girl scouts are there to test their love for Charity. Who will go to the kissing Tree and who will be going home? To help us break it all down is comedian, writer and co-host of the Lady To Lady and Toxic podcasts, Tess Barker!
After a year of anticipation, ‘The Big D’ is finally here! You’ve got your standard chaos of reality TV dating shows but this time the contestants are all divorced and dating alongside– or with– their exes. Plus, we have some Bachelor Nation gossip as some Bachelor stars make waves across some unexpected dating shows.
Throw on your pink suit and double denim, it’s time for Charity to find her Ken! This week we’re breaking down everything from Brayden’s troubling actions to one of the strangest one-on-one dates we’ve seen yet. Joining us is co-host of The Black Roses podcast and DEI consultant, Claudia Thompson!
It may be the middle of Summer, but it's spring break for Charity’s men! As we enter Week 2 of Charity’s season, we get a classic ‘Bachelorette’ rivalry. Is it enough to disrupt the BBQ? Plus, we see the unfortunate return of 2012 men’s fashion.
We’re back to break down the latest news and gossip from Bachelor Nation, including the tumultuous Bachelor Happy Hour host change from Becca Kufrin and Michelle Young to Joe Amabile and Serena Pitt. We’ve also got new relationships, breakups, weddings, and a look towards the cast of Bachelor In Paradise!
We’re kicking off Charity’s season of The Bachelorette with some undercover work from brother-of-the-year Nehemiah, complete with a wig and fake mustache! Plus, there’s backflips, tall men, peacocking, and a surprising first impression rose. Here to recap every minute of it is former Bachelor and Bachelor In Paradise contestant, Jill Chin!
With a professional jumper, an underground welder, and a horde of fitness coaches, Charity’s Bachelorette season is already off to a wild start! To help us get to know these 25 men is an old friend of the pod, our one-time HuffPost colleague, writer Leigh Blickley Zullo!
Comments (16)

yaara gerchman

I love how every conversation you have about nick ends with 'Nickk..'

Aug 19th

Julia Terry

I think you two are the funniest and most real too. I choose your Bachelor podcast first, before any of the others.

Apr 4th
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Jackie Harris

Obsessed with this show!! I love watching reality TV through a race informed, critical viewpoint. This show delves into the sociological implications of the Bachelor franchise and it's fascinating. Been listening for four years and won't stop anytime soon!

Jun 11th

Kathleen F

Taking yourselves way too seriously! I totally agree about the need for diversity etc but holy cow. Say what needs to be said then MOVE ON. When I want that kind of commentary I'll go to places like NPR. I come to The Bachelor for brainless fun.

Dec 8th

Ann Kavanagh

I think you need to change the name of your show. I am looking for recaps ..not feminist I the only one?

Nov 5th

Kathleen F

The first half of this interview was great! While it was cool to hear from her, the portion with LeNease could've been way shorter.

Jul 14th

julie mckenna

I agree with some of the other more recent posts. I know you might have to review these shows for you career but it seems lately you watch more for all the ways to point out your platforms than for the entertainment. and there doesnt seem to be any enjoyment. sometimes it is ok to allow a show to be for heterosexual dating. especially since it seems to be pointing out just how off track it has become. maybe some good comes from these shows. and if even some people learn communication dos and don'ts from watching its could be slightly helpful. also, its ok for a heterosexual man or woman to want to find a realtionship and even marriage with another heterosexual. I believe that you both, as well as some of the people you have on your show, are in committed relationships. as a woman we should be free to make choices even if that is choosing to stay home with their children if it is an option and shouldnt be seen as less than.

Mar 1st

Ann Kavanagh

like your show but you spent sooo long talking about feminism...yes this season is horrible but....

Jan 25th
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Jaime Lester

I get what yall are trying to do, but yall take it too far sometimes. Saying someone's hair is great, who HAS AMAZING HAIR, isnt racist. Not every dang word that comes out of someone's mouth is racist. Chill on the racism, feminism before you scew too far, then lose the goodness of what you are trying to do

Dec 24th


OMG, please stop saying "like". You can't be taken seriously if you use that word in every sentence.

Aug 30th

Jess Javier

Nick is so annoying.

Sep 6th

Leslie Quinones

pretty sure he said wanker.

Jun 5th

Dani Kock

"The friendzone isn't a real thing." 😂👏👏👏

Jun 1st

Kickboxerhitstar Baam Baam Sedam

eease all media

May 18th
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