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Four hours. Chris Harrison says drama duo Brittany and Erica Taltos were fighting and screaming for four hours before leaving Bachelor Pad Season 3 on Episode 2. No one was that sorry to see them go. On the other hand, as The Rosemaster put it, Ed Swiderski may not be running the game, but he is currently running the BP3 party. People would probably be sorry to see him go. He’s good TV vs. irritating TV. Agree? Disagree?

Here are more highlights from the Rosemaster’s Entertainment Weekly blog:

The girls’ gymnastics effort was even worse in person: “Let’s just take a second to discuss the girls’ performance. I know it looked bad, but to be perfectly honest, it was even worse in person. They all looked like newborn giraffes, just blindly stumbling into each other. They were so bad, at one point, I started to wonder if it was all just an elaborate joke being played on our guests, the lovely Ashley, J.P., and even our guest judge, an actual Olympic medalist. So, to all the athletes currently competing in London, I only have one thing to say: On behalf of Bachelor Nation, I’m truly and deeply sorry. Carry on.”

Keep an eye on Michael Stagliano and Rachel Truehart: “Michael got the first date and I think you can see that he is true to his word when he said he is here for love and not the money. It’s pretty clear that there is a connection building between him and Rachel, and watching that unfold should be very interesting. Michael and the girls had a great time rocking out with Adelitas Way, and it was one of those big Bachelor dates that fans like Donna had never gotten to go on before. A great night all around.”

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Chris Bukowski + Blakeley Jones = “stranger by the minute”: “Things really started getting interesting when Blakeley decided to take David the fan on her date with Chris and Ed. It was a bold move and you can tell that Blakeley’s relationship with Chris is getting stranger by the minute. Chris seems to be playing Jamie and Blakeley against each other and, at the moment, seems to feel like he has them in the palm on his hand. The question is how long can you keep that up when you’re all living under the same roof?”

The twins are gone! Ears rejoice! “Now, let’s get back to the twins. I have to say in 10 years of this franchise, I have never seen a longer, weirder, more drawn-out, and ridiculous exit than that of Brittany and Erica. They literally were fighting and screaming at each other for about four hours. Because they are operating as one person, if one of them quits, the other has to also, so after several hours of screaming and crying and name-calling and general insanity, they finally packed their bags and left. And for the first time since they moved into Bachelor Pad, everyone took out their earplugs.”

Ryan Hoag was too nice? “This night proves that nothing is definite in Bachelor Pad. As the night started, everyone knew that David was leaving, but within moments of opening the vote, the only two names on the chopping block were Ed and Ryan. Ed and his alliance was quick to offer up Ryan, who thought he had friends on his side. Ryan did not take it well. He had been nice to everyone, including his partner Jamie, but niceness isn’t always enough in this game. Things are going to get even crazier from here on out, believe me.”

We believe it. Who are you rooting for at this point? Anyone? Vote here.

Source: Entertainment Weekly