Bachelorette 2014 Episode 5: Nick Viall Should Probably Stop Being So Salty
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Bachelorette 2014 Episode 5: Nick Viall Should Probably Stop Being So Salty

Some group dates just seem destined to be Bachelorette classics, repeated for years to come with tiny modifications to make them seem new. The miming date on Andi Dorfman’s Season 10 Episode 5? Yeah, that’s not one of them. While most of the guys had a blast — or at least did a good job of pretending to have fun — Nick Viall failed miserably. Plenty of viewers noticed, too, electing his pouty face this week’s Bachelorette Bleachable Moment presented by Clorox.

Since Nick nabbed the First Impression Rose in the Season 10 premiere, he’s had a bit of a “frontrunner” mentality, as was evidenced in Marseilles, France on the June 16 episode. So, when Andi tossed him into a group date, forced him into a striped shirt, and stuck a beret jauntily on his head, he was not having it. Viggle users were quick with the fingers and just judgment, with 53 percent calling his behavior totally bleachable.

Download the Viggle app and check in with Viggle during The Bachelorette every Monday at 8 p.m. ET to play along and rack up points for cool prizes!

Call us biased, but we honestly think it must’ve been the baby’s fault that Marquel Martin’s miming genius brought tears to its eyes. Confused? Well, on Prints Charming’s pursuit of the Mimery 101 certificate (we made them, don’t worry), he approached a baby stroller and showed off his skills. The little brat couldn’t help but break out in tears at the sight of such perfection, and we get it. But the 47 percent of Viggle voters who thought he might want to Ctrl+Z that moment clearly didn’t get that the baby was crying tears of joy. No worries, friends!

Clearly, some infants just can’t handle the bright lights of Marquel’s smile, and some guys can’t handle competition. But if you like a good challenge and a healthy dose of picking favorites, then you should definitely go download the Viggle app straightaway. (Go ahead, we’ll wait.) In fact, you have all week to settle the score, if you don't think the voting went the way you wanted.

In no time, you’ll be blowing up the app with your opinions on polls and showing your fortitude at trivia for your favorite rose-colored show — and others, if you don’t just watch Bachelorette 24/7. But since everyone can’t win the girl in the end, you'll earn points along the “journey” to get cool stuff like Ray-Bans, for when your shirt says “let’s mime” but your brain is telling you to shield yourself from tourists' cameras.

Julia Wayne is an Editor at Wetpaint Entertainment. Follow her on Twitter and Google+!