The time has come. It’s been ONE WHOLE WEEK since we’ve seen Osher and goodness gracious where has he been our whole lives.
It’s the same mansion. There are an obscene amount of lights on. There are rose petals on the floor. But this time, it’s Georgia’s turn to find love in a hopeless place…
But first, we're presented with a lengthy backstory to explain/justify Love's single status. Because what kind of SICK, twisted, crazy woman is single in her late 20s...Ew gross.
Georgia Love, that's who. Tragically, she's put her career first, but after all these years it's time she made finding a relationship a priority.
She stares longingly into the distance and says "But at the end of the day I come home by myself..."
But that's not true because WE KNOW FOR A FACT she has a cat named Pawdrey Hepburn who features heavily on her Instagram account.
She says "your career's not going to come home and hug you at night," but...but Pawdrey will.
She then tells the cameras, "I've quit my job AND my career to be The Bachelorette." NOT YOUR JOB AND YOUR CAREER. OH GOD NO.
We're meant to feel sad because Georgia's bein' all single, but her life actually looks pretty good. She spends a lot of time staring longingly into sunsets and doing contemplative walking.
Now we get to meet Georgia's 16 eligible bachelors, which is frankly bullshit given Richie had 22 women to choose from. This is like The Bachelor version of the gender pay gap. But guys, let's be honest. We can't just have women running around on national television dating more than SIXTEEN GUYS at once. That would be absurd.
First, we're introduced to Cameron. He's a fireman. OOOOFT. Georgia asks him if he's ever been in one of "those" calendars, and he laughs and says yes, he's the calendar boy for May. Georgia says she'll remember him as Mr May, but we have a much better nickname. He's Fireman Cam. And we like him very much. So does Georgia.
Next she meets Jake. He wears a pinkie ring. Possible red flag.
When Georgia asks what he's looking for, he says "blue eyes." That's it. No strong values or personal qualities, just the eyes, thanks. They don't even have to be attached to anyone. They can be served on a platter.
Then there's...Rhys. Rhys looks like an impersonation of a hipster. We can't right now, so we're not going to. But he tells Georgia, "I do a lot of modelling." The world has ENOUGH models, Rhys. MORE THAN ENOUGH.
Rhys tries to impress Georgia by coming right out and saying "I do have something to say, and it's really important, so you really need to pay attention". NO. NOPE. NUP. NAH. NUH UH.