Love triangle dating
is a filthy, dirty, guilty pleasure -- which I why I'm absolutely crazy about it.
This game, basically a series of tongue-in-someone-else's-cheek conversations, is not necessarily the deepest title on the decks, but neither are the teenie-weenie soap operas that plague (uh, populate) channels like the WB, and it seems plenty o' folks like those.
It's practically impossible to discuss season four of Bachelor in Paradise without acknowledging the cringe-worthy love triangle that developed between Dean Unglert, Kristina Schulman, and Danielle "D-Lo" Lombard on that beach in Mexico.
Although Kristina and Dean started out strong and even spent time together during the infamous shutdown at the beginning of the season, that all changed when D-Lo came into the picture, forming an awkward-as-hell love triangle that revealed Dean's true colors to hordes of now-former fangirls.
Whenever I was in the moment, it was just the relationship between myself and Dean.
I wasn't focused on anyone around me, really, because I was trying to figure out for myself: what am I doing with this?
But what will Paddy do when his best mate’s date slips him her number… On a mission to rattle Emma for what she’s done to her brother and stepmum, Gabby rolls out a plan.
You pop into the game just as Kiki sends Lucas temporarily packing, and it's up to you to steer Erica's chattiness into Lucas' heart and pants. Perhaps because the game is only six short episodes, the writers were able to cram in a slew of zingers and sassy retorts without needing much filler.
Conversations flip between Lucas and Kiki, as you interact in ways to draw Lucas near while keeping Kiki at arm's length.
While doing so, she got to see parts of D-Lo and Dean's relationship that she didn't witness in person.
"I was believing that Dean and I had something, but I was not seeing that he also had something with Danielle until watching it back." When Ben asked whether Paradise was as much of an emotional rollercoaster for her in person as it was for viewers, Kristina admitted, "I would say not as emotional as watching it back.