Jesse Csincsak — the free wheelin’, free spirited professional snowboarder who won the fourth season of The Bachelorette — is exclusively blogging for, and he’s here to give his candid takes on the 15th season of The Bachelor,  featuring the return ‘engagement’ of Texas bar owner Brad Womack.

So this week is the week everyone has been waiting for — Michelle gets the boot — finally!!!

I can’t believe they didn’t have to call the police to escort her to the airport, but apparently they had some elephant sedative on hand, because she fell asleep as soon as she hit the limo. Good thing, Brad: I think she could have taken you in one of her daily RAGES!

I have to say, this week watching the show, I saw a few first-time happenings that I have never seen on the show, leaving me impressed.

I think Brad is killing it. He is being honest even when it’s hard, and hurts the girls’ feelings, but at the end of the day he knows that’s what he has to do. Good for you, Brad!

EMILY: Three things to bring on a date: Champagne, a picnic lunch, and of course, the fabulous Emily!

You totally have to be the next Bachelorette. I mean, OK, if you don’t accept, it then it might be Vienna Girardi, but at this point, I think they are setting you up to be the next lady in the hot seat.

One thing I have never seen — AND IS TOTALLY AGAINST THE RULES — is saying ‘I Love You’ to a contestant, or sharing feelings with the contestants, or in your case, telling you that you’re for sure getting a rose. Never happens, pretty interesting though …

So, Emily’s date was total proof again that WE DON’T GET TO SEE EVEN HALF OF WHAT GOES ON ON THESE DATES. Notice, Brad and Emily get off the helicopter and sit down to talk and their hair is all wet — yes, everything you see on this show IS REAL but the producers have to leave stuff out of the TV Version. If they showed you all eight hours of this date, you would lose your mind and turn off the show.

So they cut out most of it, and you get to see a 15-20 min version of their eight hour date, which makes for GREAT TV and KEEPS YOU GUESSING.

SHANTEL N: You and Brad look good together, but I don’t think you will be the final lady standing. I have a feeling the hometown showing of your job is gonna freak him out a bit, but who cares if he doesn’t like everything about you? If that’s the case, he’s not the one anyway — keep on keepin’ on, you’re doing just fine.

BRITT: I have to hand it to both Britt and Brad on this one. Brad stepped up to the plate, didn’t waste your time, and as soon as he didn’t feel a spark, he pulled the plug (even when it was awkward) … WELL PLAYED BRAD.

As for Britt you handled rejection like a classy lady — GOOD FOR YOU. That’s not an easy situation to be put in, and you handled it with TONS of class — well done!

Britt, don’t let Michelle hating on your yacht date bother you: Either she might not like what you had going on, but she now has 15 million viewers that DON’T LIKE HER due to her childish behavior! Keep being real, Britt — you will find the right guy soon enough!

Tickets to Anguilla: $1,200 per person
Daily Yacht rental: $10,000 a day
Brad grabbing the only rose on the date in front of the two girls he’s not giving it to and walking away: PRICELESS! 

Brad, you are nuts man: If I woke up my wife (THE BEAUTIFUL ANN CSINCSAK) at 2 am to do anything, ESPECIALLY a topless photoshoot, SHE WOULD MURDER ME! — MURDER ME !!!

Then, taking another girl, and rolling around in the sand half-naked with her — WOW, you have guts every dude in America envies (though every woman in America is shaking her head at you).

Next week, hometown dates: Log on to to see my blog with all the behind-the-scenes details. Same place, same time …

The Bachelor airs Monday nights at 8/7c on ABC.

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