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"The Key of Doom"
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05-05-03, 09:37 AM (EST)
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"The Key of Doom"
I haven't watched any of this edition of "The Bachelor", but I intend to start this week. My favorite episode, which I affectionately call "The Key of Doom", is coming up. You all know the drill - three women go on all-nighters with our bachelor, get separate rooms at some resort/hotel; but the producers offer them a "fantasy suite" or some such if they're willing to give up their rooms. It's a crude, high-pressure tactic that promises more than it delivers, and is especially unfair to the women, but I enjoy it anyway. Theoretically it answers the question of who's most willing to look like a (censored!) on national TV.

Actually, I thought the Key of Doom worked best (like several other things) on "The Bachelorette". When Charlie and Russell got their offers, they wussed out and deferred to Trista. My hero Ryan didn't hesitate and said, "Let's go!" That was the beginning of the end for Charlie, I think.

Key of Doom, followed by the stretched out season finale (I'm not counting the "women tell all episode" - yawn). Don't miss 'em.

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1. "RE: The Key of Doom"
I don't think it was the beginning of the end for Charlie. Trista made the offer (and Charlie smartly accepted ). Ryan said "Let's go" in an intentionally humorous way.

Stalker Russ got flatly rejected, and if he'd jokingly said "Let's go" he would have still been flatly rejected.



Contradictions don't exist. If you are faced with a contradiction, check your premises. You will find that one of them is wrong. -- Ayn Rand, Atlas Shrugged

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2. "RE: The Key of Doom"
I am thinking this is the 'key of opportunity' for some...
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