Since its premiere in 2002, ABC’s The Bachelor has become a staple of American television. Now, discover the fascinating history of the show, uncover the ins and outs of the phenomenon that has become Bachelor Nation, and take a deeper look at what separates the winners from the losers.
From how best to exit the limo on Night One, to strategies for making a run for the all-important First Impression Rose, to how to avoid being labeled a villain, this clear-eyed guide illustrates the rules and strategies any would-be contestant should know.
The ultimate must-read for every fan, How to Win the Bachelor gives you an inside look at the franchise where The Rose holds all the power.
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About the Author
Lizzy Pace is a network comedy television writer, with credits including NBC’s Bad Judge and the Emmy-nominated series The Good Place, starring Ted Danson and Kristen Bell. Her writing has also appeared on Funny or Die and PopCultureSensation. Follow her on Twitter at @PaceCase.
Table of Contents
History of Our Beloved Game xii
Authors' Note xv
Chapter 1 Fundamentals 1
Chapter 2 The Preseason 23
Chapter 3 Night One: Surviving the Slaughter 51
Chapter 4 Regular Season Part 1: House Life 91
Chapter 5 Regular Season Part 2: Group Dates 119
Chapter 6 Regular Season Part 3: One-On-One Dates 151
Chapter 7 Play-offs Round 1: Hometowns 167
Chapter 8 Play-offs Round 2: Fantasy Suites 191
Chapter 9 Women Tell All 209
Chapter 10 The Finale/ATFR 219
Chapter 11 The Postseason 235
Chapter 12 Being Complicit 243
Appendix: The History of Our Beloved Game 261
The Lexicon 289
The Bachelor Score Sheet 298