I also watched "The Bachelorette" in which Jen Scheff (sp?) ended up rejecting both her final choices. And I was somewhat surprised. I didn't watch it from the beginning, only today since my cousin Sue cut our phone conversation short to tune into the show. So I tuned in also. I didn't see any sort of sparks between her and the person she supposedly chose. And when they first saw each other after weeks of separation, the hug was more friendly than of "absence makes the heart grow fonder" lust. She even sat a bit away from him. Body language does give those tell-tale signs. Or am I beginning to hone in on my clinical eye and see things that are there just by examining the body?
I'm still not a big fan of that reality show. I don't know how they expect true love to bloom from a room of producer choices. Love should be found based on fate meetings. What happened to boy meets girl? Not boy meets girl after a screening process (in which neither have a say in). Also what's with getting to make-out and fondle as many prospects as possible, all under the same roof?
But why am I complaining? I am one of the many that watch these shows.