Reality Show Spinoffs, Canada-style

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Well, she got the rose and the ring. In the meantime, Smith says he has moved in with Kamber and her family in Mississauga, Ont. Usually because he is there for the wrong reasons. She wasn't exactly the liveliest host but she never looked anything but spooky awesome.

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Reality Show Spinoffs, Canada-style

But that not getting along

Kamber says it hasn't been too difficult watching their romantic ups and downs being broadcast to the country, largely because things have worked out in her favour. But the other thing I am trying to catch, and that I almost never see, is the exact moment where two people fall in love.

Yet Smith had fantasy dates lined up with two other women, runner-up Whitney, a Calgary administrative assistant, and Delta, B. For all the reasons above and any that have been covered elsewhere, it is shameful.

Take the villain narrative for example. What we felt was real and what we filmed was real, but we knew that the day that that ended and the next day was real life, that was the start of our relationship. But that not getting along with anyone in the house is often hard to define. Brad thinks he found a future wife with winner Bianka Kamber.

Love on The Bachelor needs helicopters and mountains and date cards to survive. Kamber suspected it even earlier, after Smith came to Mississauga to meet her family, but it was confirmed in Newfoundland. Perhaps viewers were confused.

Brad thinks he foundThe American version has yet

But of course I am ashamed. Whitney, Kara, and Bianka at the rose ceremony in Dalvay, P. It's a journey and it led us to where we are today and I'm thankful for it.

And I live for that stuff. The American version has yet to produce a marriage. And the Canadian judges comic Martin Short, opera singer Masha Brueggergosman, and not-sure-what-he-does Stephen Moccio were a nice mix. The person who is disliked is never someone booted off the show early.

And the Canadian judges comic MartinWhat we feltTake the villain