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But I don't want to live my life with any regrets.” Trashing his good-guy reputation His only regret may be doing all of that on national television, as his “horrible” actions have trashed his reputation, at least to some viewers.
It seems like he bailed on one relationship because he knew he had another option — Molly — standing by.
In New Zealand, Jason told us, “I can see a life with both” Melissa and Molly, and struggled with his decision. After everything I've been through, I've never been so conflicted about a decision in my entire life.” De Anna was no help.
Her long-teased visit to Jason was over in minutes, and although previews made it appear as though she wanted him back and left him in tears, in reality, she just told him she screwed up by not picking him, and gave some greeting card advice: “I wouldn't say follow your heart, I would say lead it.
Those were a hit with some of the older kids, as was the Pinterest-worthy photo booth, which featured a white sequined backdrop and lots of fun props and signs for guests to use.
And for the younger kids, there was a play area with balls, giant blocks, and a short wooden slide.
“She has clothes and toys and gadgets literally everywhere.” “I used to get packages all the time and then all of a sudden it flipped and it’s all baby stuff.”.
Of course Molly and Jason, who met on season 13 of ABC’s “Jason got me a baby book and one of the pages is, ‘How Mommy and Daddy Met.’ That will be an interesting conversation, to say the least! As will the story of the first-time mom’s labor and delivery, which arrived two weeks sooner than expected when Jason decided to take matters into his own hands.
Minutes later, but six weeks in real time, Jason reunited with Melissa and dumped her.During the audience-less reunion, he told her, “We're not right for each other.” She said, “I don't believe you.I thought things were perfect,” and then started to talk about herself in the third person, which is never a good sign.How many “Bachelor” or “Bachelorette” stars were similarly conflicted but stuck with someone for the sake of their television reputation, at least until they could break up away from the cameras?
Although Melissa is clearly hurt, the odds said she and/or Jason would have been hurt eventually.
(Conspiracy theorists might argue that his emotions were about what he was doing or had been asked to do to Melissa, but that's how conspiracy theories work: every piece of evidence can be spun to support the theory.) If anything, that the ending was scripted by producers seems like a comforting alternative, as it serves as some explanation, reason, or excuse as to why Jason did an about-face on both Melissa and on his reputation as a good guy. He was totally devastated last season, so he knows what it's like to be on the dumped end of “The Bachelor.” And to hurt both women, even at different times, seems unlike him. After dumping Molly in New Zealand, he cried on the balcony of the house before proposing to Melissa.