Molly from "The Bachelor" lives in Milwaukee
Season 13 of "The Bachelor" debuted tonight on ABC. It featured a Milwaukee connection in 24-year-old Molly Malaney, who is contending for the heart of single dad Jason Mesnick.
Malaney, according to her abc.com bio, is from Grand Rapids, Mich., and currently resides in Milwaukee. Mlive.com notes that she is an executive for "the Kohl's store in Milwaukee."
The 2003 season of the show featured Oconomowoc native Tina Panas.
"The Bachelor" airs at 8 p.m. Monday on ABC and online at abc.com.
Bachelorette | Jan. 14, 2009 at 3:54 p.m. (report)
I think this Molly chick has a case of the crazy eyes from time to time. They all annoy me.
Broner, understood, and yes, i'm sick of the arguments and admit i was in the wrong slamming mac and cheese, but to use your analogy- if you enjoyed the Bachelor a little bit and got it for free at home, would you really venture out of the house AND pay upwards of $20 just to see something very similar, though better, than the Bachelor?
The Bachelor - bad Mac and Cheese - can be good, can be bad Posting Comments about The Bachelor or mac and cheese - just plain weird. I need to get back to work before more brain cells die.
Are they filming an episode of The Bachelor @ the old Social? What will it be called? Will there be mac & cheese? BTW, the mac & cheese at the Social was pretty darn good and better than what I make at home.
Hey sandstorm I'm back. I ended up getting very busy at work and after work. Whoever that was on The Social talkback did a very good job of explaining what I was getting at. My point wasn't to call you a snob but instead to point out that you were calling someone else a snob while at the same time writing something that could be considered snobbish. Think of it this way: The Bachelor = Kraft Mac N Cheese and The (former) Social's Mac N Cheese = a good reality show (although none comes to mind right now).
Show me the other 10 Talkbacks
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