I'm getting a kick out of his blog and it makes me like him more. I never gave him a second thought up until this season, but now I think he's funny and self-aware and it's nice to get a sense of how he's acting the part on the show vs. who he really is.
This comment was enlightening:
Megan was the bartender of the house. Every day she would whip up this concoction she called sangria, but it was really a mixture of every kind of booze she could find.
Boy, she just gets classier and classier. I thought dumping every kind of booze in a bucket was a stupid college-party thing to do. Apparently it's also something done by mature women of considerable depth
. I think we all know what kind of notable "depth" Megan possesses and let me just say I don't think it's located in her brain.
In a previous entry, Chris said something about tearing down the living room set to put up the rose ceremony set. I'm a little confused by this. Is the "interior of the house" just a couple of sets? I was under the impression--as the producers wanted me to be--that it's an actual house with actual rooms inside that had been decorated for the show, but now I'm wondering what the deal is. I love hearing behind-the-scenes stuff about production.