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When “Bachelor” Ben Flajnik and contestant Courtney Robertson embraced on the beach in Puerto Rico, she whispered in his ear, “Have you ever gone skinny-dipping?
To pull Courtney away from the other nine women, the producers called, saying they had an interview planned with her.
After sharing with the producers that she wanted to “open up” to Flajnik (“Which means make out with him or tell him something deep,” Otis says), the crew approached her in the ladies’ room to tell her Flajnik would pull her aside before the first rose ceremony that evening.
“I’m not going to be able to kiss him just point-blank like this unless I have something to drink,” she said. and then the rest is history.” Otis’ seduction was unsuccessful, and she was sent home that night.
It was mostly notable for its lack of drama and bad cast.
(Host Lance Bass possessed all the shiny, plastic charisma of a grocery store green apple.)These shows were not explicitly focused on the actual challenges posed by dating as a queer, gender-nonconforming person in a straight world.