I never thought I’d say this, but it is the season 4 premiere of The Bachelor.
And, you know, I have a soft spot for those who have a taste for season 4.
For those who can’t tell, the Bachelor season 4 is the first time since last year that we haven’t been forced to go back and rewatch it.
But, even though it is still technically a pre-season, there are a lot of fans who have been waiting for this to happen for so long.
I think it’s a good thing.
And so, for this season, I’m hoping for an unexpected season 4 to keep things fresh, and, if it does happen, we can take a look back at some of the season’s best moments and take a few minutes to reminisce.
So, if you’re going to be there on Sunday, enjoy some of these memories!
If you’re on Twitter, I’ll be tweeting my favorite moments from the season so far.
Claws season 3 The season started off in such a wild, fun way.
When I first got the idea for the season, my favorite thing I wanted to do was to see a wild season of the Bachelor.
I knew it would be a crazy time for some of my friends and I, but I knew we had the ingredients for a crazy season.
We had all the time in the world to take this show to the next level, so it was just about us being able to do that.
It was like, okay, let’s go wild.
I really wanted to see this season come together in a way that felt organic and natural.
That was really the goal of this season.
It was our season to make it feel like the Bachelor, but we weren’t afraid to go wild and create some crazy stories and moments.
It started off like this, a lot more like the season 1 of Bachelor in Paradise, which I think was a really good season for us, but at the same time it was very much like the show in the beginning.
We were just starting out, and we were trying to figure out who we were.
So we weren, like, who is going to win?
What’s going to happen?
And then we would have our big moments and our big decisions, and that’s how the season ended.
So it felt like the first season was kind of like that for us.
It had some of those moments and some of our crazy moments, but there were a lot less of the big decisions.
This season was a little more natural.
It wasn’t as wild and wild, and it was a bit more organic.
And I think that was a huge thing for us to go for.
It allowed us to get to a place where we could just let things play out naturally, and really make sure the contestants and the audience were on board with it.
I just wanted to go with a bit of a more traditional storyline and make sure we didn’t get too far away from the real Bachelor in that first episode.
Unexpected season 3 I was really happy that we got to have this season where we didn.
I’m so glad that the Bachelor got to make a move, where we actually have a real relationship.
It really felt like a natural evolution from season 2, when we had some drama and drama and more drama and then a cliffhanger.
So I was so happy for that.
And for me, it felt good to have a season where it’s like, you guys know, it’s real.
And this was kind.
Like, the girls are actually here and they are not going to have an accident.
They have no one to blame them.
And that’s kind of the feeling I was getting from that season.
And then, I think we did a really great job with that.
I mean, the guys have their own little arcs, so they’re really invested in these relationships.
But the girls, they are actually really invested and they’re getting to really care for each other.
It felt really natural to me, so I think the season did really well.
I’m still not sure if it’s been this season or this season and that season, but the season that we’re really excited for is probably the first one where we have the guys come together as a team.
They get to start a relationship and start a family, and they do it all with this real purpose in mind.
And they get to make some big decisions and make some really tough decisions, so there’s something for everyone.
And the end result is going in the right direction.
That’s what we were hoping for, and I think they did it really well, too.
The Bachelor season 3: The season that really worked for me was season 3, where the guys were actually able to find their own place.
They weren’t going to go somewhere and get thrown together. They were